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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: November 29, 2006
BOSTON, Mass. --- Colby College first-year player Kaitlyn Conway scored her first collegiate goal with 1:06 left in the second period to tie the game at 3-3 and that is how the contest finished as the Mules and University of Massachusetts at Boston played an overtime tie on Wednesday night.
Conway had an unassisted goal at 18:54 of the second period after UMass-Boston (0-4-1) had went ahead 3-2 on goal by Jennifer Senecal at 15:15.
Colby (1-2-1) had a 44-28 advantage in shots, but Beacon goaltender Jessica Sams stopped 41 shots. Genevieve Triganne made 25 saves for the Mules.
UMass-Boston had two leads in the game, including a 1-0 margin after Maria Guanci scored at 10:46 of the first period. Colby fought back to take a 2-1 lead at the break on goals by Amanda Comeau and Colette Finley.
The Beacons tied the game at 4:27 of the third period on a score by Andrea Ciarletta and then got the lead goal from Senecal.
Colby 3, UMass-Boston 3, OT
UMB: Maria Guanci (Katelyn Sawyer-Lajoie), 10:46
C: Amanda Comeau (Laura Anning, Lauren Bizzari), 12:26
C: Colette Finley (Laura Clemson), 18:51
UMB: Andrea Ciarletta (Sarah Cronin), 4:27
UMB: Jennifer Senecal (Casey Turner), 15:15
C: Kaitlyn Conway, 18:54
Shots: Colby 44, UMass-Boston 28. Goalies: Genevieve Triganne (Colby, 65 minutes, 25 saves); Jessica Sams (UMB, 65 minutes, 41 saves).