Mackenzie Bruch Makes a Career-High 40 Saves in 4-1 Loss at Neumann
|1st - 00:32||Shanelle Doucette (Neumann)|
|2nd - 03:15||Edie Brenning (Neumann)|
|3rd - 01:10||PP - Lynsey Nakamura (Neumann)|
|3rd - 03:19||PP - Ang Gilmour (Neumann)|
|3rd - 13:09||PP - Rachel Martell (Stevenson)|
Rachel Martell - 1
A: 2 Players (#5, #9 - 1)
Sh: McKenzie Taggart - 4
Sv: Mackenzie Bruch - 40
4 Players (#2, #7, #14, #15 - 1)
A: Megan Russelo - 2
Sh: 3 Players (#2, #14, #15 - 6)
Sv: Allie Frank - 23
|Power Plays||1 for 7||2 for 6|
|Penalties (min)||8 (16)||9 (29)|
|Shots on Goal||24||44|
|Face Offs Won||36||33|
ASTON, Pa. - Stevenson women's ice hockey freshman Rachel Martell (Sussex, Wis./Arrowhead High School) ended Neumann's shutout bid at 13:09 in the third period as the Mustangs fell to the Knights 4-1 Sunday at the IceWorks Skating Complex.
Neumann (7-13-1) scored first just 32 seconds into the game on a goal by Shanelle Doucette from Edie Brenning. Brenning then notched the game-winner, her team-leading eighth goal, 3:15 into the second.
Stevenson (6-11-1) continues to struggle on the power play going 1-for-7. Over the last four games the Mustangs are 2-for-15 while going 8-for-77 on the season.
It was a physical game where both teams were whistled for a combined 17 penalties and 45 penalty minutes.
Freshman Mackenzie Bruch (Hiram, Ga./Boston Shamrocks) in her ninth start of the season made a career-high 40 saves.
Stevenson concludes their inaugural season with a four-game homestand at Reisterstown SportsPlex. Saturday's game time versus Connecticut College is 5:30 p.m. and will be televised on MPT2 over-the-air on Channel 67.2, Comcast 268 and Verizon Fios 480.