Colleges: UMass hockey salvages draw at New Hampshire

Published: 1/26/2020 6:19:55 PM
Modified: 1/26/2020 6:19:40 PM

Jack Suter struck 14 minutes, 37 seconds into the third period to deliver the UMass hockey team a 1-1 draw at New Hampshire on Saturday.

Jake McLalughing sent the puck up the wall to Bobby Trivigno, who sent a cross-ice pass to Suter crashing the net.

“Very similar to last night, two teams playing a good honest brand of hockey, playing hard, hard-fought, a lot of penalties tonight, which could have determined the game, especially for us, but it didn’t,” UMass coach Greg Carvel said. “I’m really happy for my guys. They played hard and they found a way to tie on the road late in the game. That was a big character point for us in the league where every single point is going to be huge. I’m really happy with the effort of our group tonight.”

New Hampshire opened the scoring in the final minute of the first period on the Wildcats’ first power play of the night. Charlie Kelleher hit a one-timer from Max Gildon and Jackson Perison with 37 seconds left.

There were 14 penalties in the game. UMass (16-8-2, 9-5-2 Hockey East) went 0-7 on the power play.

Filip Lindberg saved 18 shots.

Amherst 4, Worcester State 3 — Patrick Daly scored two goals, and A.J. Klein added two assists in a home win Saturday. Joey Lupo and Matteo Mangiardi also found the net, and Sean Wrenn, Ryan Wilson, Mitchell Shults, P.J. Conlon, Nick Bondra and Greg Krisberg each had an assist for the Mammoths (5-9-2). Giancarlo Ventre made 15 saves.

Women’s hockey

Amherst 5, Trinity 2 — Emma Flynn distributed three assists Saturday. Jillian Mazzocca added a goal and an assist. Carley Daly, Angelina Wiater, Kate Pohl, and Eliza Laycock each found the net for the Mammoths (9-4-4,4-3-3 NESCAC). Mia DelRosso, Avery Flynn and Stephanie Nomicos added an assist each.

Caitlin Walker saved 37 shots.

Men’s basketball

Amherst 76, Hamilton 69 — Josh Chery had 12 points and 10 rebounds in a home win Saturday.

Grant Robinson led the Mammoths (12-6, 3-2 NESCAC) with 18 points and three assists.

Fru Che scored 15 with nine rebounds and three steals.

Garrett Day added 11 points. Devonn Allen pulled down 10 rebounds with seven points.

Women’s basketball

Smith 65, Wellesley 48 — Amelia Clairmon scored 16 points to lead the Pioneers to a road conference victory Saturday.

Jessie Rufner added 12 points. Sashelle Gleissner (five steals, five assists) and Hampshire Regional grad Katelyn Pickunka (12 rebounds, three steals, three blocks) added nine points each for Smith (16-2, 2-1 NEWMAC).

Hamilton 56, Amherst 55 — Hannah Fox led the Mammoths with 14 points but missed a potentially game-winning layup at the buzzer on the road Saturday.

Kelci Zarle made the go-ahead three for Hamilton with 38 seconds remaining.

Maggie Shipley (four assists), Courtney Resch (six rebounds) and Cam Hendricks (seven rebounds, three steals) added 10 points each for Amherst (16-3, 3-2 NESCAC)

The fifth-ranked Mammoths have lost two of their past three games by three combined points.

Springfield 75, Mount Holyoke 17 — Annike Brooks scored 10 points with 13 rebounds in a home loss Saturday for the Lyons (1-17, 0-3 NEWMAC).

George Washington 50, UMass 47 — Hailey Leidel scored 19 points and made five 3s, as the Minutewomen lost their third straight game Sunday.

Sam Breen (eight points) hit a go-ahead 3 with 2 minutes, 5 seconds let to put the Minutewomen (14-6, 4-3 A-10) up 47-45. The Colonials scored the next five points to close the game out.

Destiney Philoxy also had eight points, while Maeve Donnely and Bre Hampton-Bey (seven points) each grabbed eight rebounds.

Men’s swimming & diving

Dartmouth 187.5, UMass 142.5 — UMass’ Chase Kent hit the wall first in the 400-yard individual medley in 4 minutes, 11.45 seconds Saturday.

Alexander Madden won the 200 breaststroke in a pool-record 1:56.49 and the 100 breaststroke (57.57).

The Minutemen’s 200 medley relay team of Michael Tartakovsky, Madden William Munstermann and Ryan Pedrick was first (1:33.59).

Noah Witt took first in the 200 backstroke (1:53.05).

James MacDonald finished first in the 200 butterfly (1:55.04).

The Minutewomen’s 400 freestyle relay of Chelsea Meiring, Mariam Labib, Kelsey Cordery and Emiy Rudiman was first (2:36.33).

Munstermann, Charles Rothenberger, Seamus Trzewik-Quinn and Jacques Boff took first in the 400 freestyle relay.

Amherst 203, Connecticut College 95 — Sean Mebust and Scott Romeyn each won two individual events and contributed to two winning relays Saturday.

Mebust took first in the 100 breaststroke (58.26) and 200 breaststroke (2:08.92).

Romeyn was first in the 50 freestyle (20.91) and 100 free (46.41).

They combined with Kevin Ma and Jack Koravos to finish first in the 200 medley relay (1:33.76) . Koravos, Mebust, Tristan So and Romeyn won the 200 freestyle relay (1:25.75).

Women’s swimming & diving

Dartmouth 189, UMass 136 — UMass’ Maja Boric topped the 3-meter diving field with 308.77 points and the one-meter event with 268.72 on Saturday.

Olga Egkorova placed first in the 200 backstroke (2:06.87) and 200 butterfly (2:06.49).

Olivia Mozoki finished first in the 200 breaststroke (2:26.05).

Amherst 181, Connecticut College 107 — Nina Fitzgerald touched the wall first in the 100 breaststroke (1:06.62) and 200 breaststroke (2:24.77) on Saturday. She combined with Grace Tarantola, Ingrid Shu and Natalie Rumpelt to win the 200 medley relay (1:49.53).

Lindsey Rudrman placed first on both the one-meter board (336.6) and the three-meter (244.57).

Simmons 180, Mount Holyoke 120 — Samantha Nemivant swept the one-meter (275.5) and three-meter (265.35) diving events Saturday.

Erin Schrama was first in the 100 IM (1:06.55) and swam on a winning 200 medley relay with Anais Magner, Tamara Mukulu and Northampton’s Caitlyn Richmond (1:59.61).

Richmond was also second in the 50 freestyle (26.28).

Women’s indoor track

Terrier Invitational — UMass’ Emilie Cowan finished first in the 500-meter dash (1:12.62).

Jada Harris cleared 5 feet, 8.75 inches to win the high jump.

Massasoit Invitational — Mount Holyoke’s Olivia Griesmer won the 5,000 in 20:38.51.

Men’s indoor track UMass’ Coston O’Brien cleared 61-1.25 to win the weight throw.

Upstate Challenge — Amherst’s Alexander Mangiafico took second in the 500 (1:08.03), while Spencer Ferguson-Dryden was second in the mile (4:16.9).

The Mammoths’ 4x400 relay team of Kyland Smith, Will SPurrell, Ellis Phillips-Galucc and Mangiafico placed second (3:30.01).

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