PINE VALLEY, N.Y. - Stevenson women's ice hockey freshman Sarah Modzelewski (Bloomington, Ind./Little Caesars) made a career-high and school record 50 saves as the Mustangs held No. 3-ranked Elmira to its second-lowest output in a win this season in a 3-0 loss Saturday at the Murray Athletic Center.
Stevenson (6-10-1) was outshot 53-13, but allowed just one goal in each period as it lost for just the second time in the team's last six road contests.
Meanwhile, Elmira (18-3-1) posted its 11th shutout of the year and its eighth at home where the team is 10-0 this season.
The game was scoreless until the 19:21 mark of the first period when Ashton Hogan scored her team-leading 16th goal of the season on the power play off assists from Samantha Curk and Olivia Nystrom. It was also Hogan's third game-winning goal.
The Soaring Eagles added their second goal at 7:06 of the second period when Audrey Juneau scored for the fourth time this season, unassisted.
Cassidy Delainey capped the scoring at the 14:16 mark of the third period with her seventh marker off an assist from Ashley Ryan
Lisa Marshall needed just 13 saves to earn her fifth shutout of the season for Elmira.
Stevenson returns to action on Sunday when it travels to Neumann for a 2:00 p.m., face-off with the Knights. Neumann won the first two meetings between the two teams earlier this season at Stevenson, 4-1 on December 30 and 3-0 on December 31.