Carlie Magier, Gil Talbot Photography
Gil Talbot Photography
Gil Talbot Photography
Carlie Magier, Gil Talbot Photography

Women's Hockey Travels to Harvard Tuesday

Holy Cross Athletics   11-19-2018
Holy Cross (0-12-2, 0-9-0 HEA)
vs. Harvard 
(1-3-1, 1-3-1 ECAC)
Dates • Time: Nov. 20 • 6:00 p.m.
Location: Boston, Mass.
Arena: The Bright-Landry Hockey Center
Series: Tied, 1-1-0
Last Meeting: HC 2, HARV 0 (11/18/17)
Live Stats: Nov. 20
Video: Nov. 20
Live Tweets: @HCrossWHockey
Social Media: Facebook | Instagram
Tale of the Tape
0.71 Goals/Game 1.40
4.29 Goals Allowed/Game 1.60
21.6 Shots/Game 27.0
4.8 Penalties/Game 3.8
2.0% Power Play 5.9%
67.2% Penalty Kill 76.5%

PDF Game Notes

The Holy Cross women’s hockey team will travel to Harvard on Tuesday, Nov. 20 for a 6:00 p.m. matchup with the Crimson. It will be the Crusaders’ final non-Hockey East game of the season.

Talking Points

Amanda Kewer leads the team with four points.

Carlie Magier, Maeve Reilly, and Kewer are tied for the team lead with two goals each.

• Five Crusaders are tied for the team-high of two assists including Danielle Doherty, Katie MacCuaig, Rachel Moore, Emma Lange, and Kewer.

• Lange also is third in Hockey East with 20 blocked shots.  Hannah Gillis is eighth with 16.

• The Crusaders scored their first power play goal of the season against Merrimack on Nov. 10 and held their first lead in a Hockey East game against New Hampshire on Nov. 17.

Recapping Last Weekend

• The Crusaders only played one game last weekend against New Hampshire.

• Holy Cross took the lead, its first against Hockey East competition, in the first period off of Antonia Matzka’s first score of the season.

Jada Brenon recorded a career-high 54 saves in the contest.

Scouting the Crimson

• Harvard has been led by Dominique Petrie so far this season. She has recorded three goals and one assist for a team leading four points.

• Three players are tied for second with three points.

• Lindsay Reed has played four games in goal for the Crimson and has allowed 1.23 goals against per game with a .964 save percentage.

• The Crimson have converted on 5.9% of their power plays while killing 76.5% of their penalties.

Last Time Against Harvard

• The Crusaders faced off agaisnt the Crimson last season in ahome-and-home series.

• Holy Cross dropped the first game, 8-3, with Sam Girard, Reilly, and Doherty registering the goals.

• In the second game, the Crusaders held the Crimson scoreless and Julie Matthias netted two to grab the victory.

Freshman Impact

• Four freshman have recorded points so far this season for the Crusaders.

• Magier, Lange, and Sommer Ross lead the class with two points each. Magier has scored two goals, Lange has recroded two assists, and Ross has a goal and an assist.

Skye Ziehwein has registered one assist on the year.

Inaugural Season in Hockey East

• This is Holy Cross’ first season as a member of Hockey East.

• In the preseason poll, the Crusaders were ranked tenth out of ten teams in the conference. Boston College, Northeastern, and Maine claimed the top three spots respectively.

• The team faced a few Division I opponents last season, losing to New Hampshire, Dartmouth, and Harvard, but also claiming a 2-0 win over the Crimson in Worcester.

Up Next

• The Crusaders will host No. 4 Boston College at the Hart Center this Saturday, Nov. 24 at 1:00 p.m.

Stay Connected

• Follow the Holy Cross women’s hockey team on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @HCrossWHockey.




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