BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin women's ice hockey team skated to a 0-0 overtime tie against Hamilton on Saturday afternoon.
The tie is the second of the season for Bowdoin (9-7-2, 3-7-2 NESCAC) and third shutout of the year for Kerri St. Denis in net. The Continentals did not allow a goal while playing in Brunswick and leave with a 12-6-2 (8-3-1 NESCAC) record.
- Olivia Hawes nearly put Hamilton on the board just over a minute into the game as she skated down the right side and wristed a shot off the near post.
- With three minutes to play in the opening period, Karina Sirabian took a shot from the low slot through traffic, collecting the puck off a quick rebound, but sent her bid wide left.
- Hamilton had another promising look to open the second as Missy Segall tried to finish off a give and go to the left post.
- Julia Surgenor made a move around a Continental defender seven minutes into the period, wristing a shot towards Sam Walther. Walther made a stick save to deny the bid.
- Midway through the final frame, Marissa Fichter started with the puck behind Bowdoin's net and carried up the ice into Hamilton territory. Fichter fired a shot on net and Julie Dachille made the second effort, but Walther turned both shots away.
- In the final seconds of a power play, Tala Glass directed a shot from the left point. Dachille tipped the puck as it came through the crease and deflected in to Walther.
- During overtime, Surgenor couldn't put the puck away after a beautiful passing sequence in front of the Hamilton net.
- Nell Fusco cleared away the Continentals best chance at an overtime game-winner, sweeping a loose puck out of the crease.
By the Numbers
- St. Denis made 19 saves for the Polar Bears.
- Walther made 27 stops for Hamilton.
- Hamilton went 0-for-2 on the power play.
- Bowdoin went 0-for-3 on the power play.
- The Polar Bears head to Connecticut College next weekend for a NESCAC series beginning on Friday at 7:00 p.m.
- The Continentals remain on the road for a conference matchup at Amherst.