Rough Final Period Dooms Foresters at St. Norbert
|Lake Forest (10-6-1, 9-4)||1||0||0||1|
|St. Norbert (7-10, 5-7)||0||0||3||3|
|1st - 07:55||Jenn Caldwell (Lake Forest)|
|3rd - 05:06||PP - Henriette Ostergaard (St. Norbert)|
|3rd - 07:34||Henriette Ostergaard (St. Norbert)|
|3rd - 17:04||Andrea Senne (St. Norbert)|
|Lake Forest||St. Norbert|
Jenn Caldwell - 1
A: Angie Chronis - 1
Sh: TEAM - 36
Sv: Stacey Dierking - 40
Henriette Ostergaard - 2
A: Lotta Haarala - 1
Sh: Team - 43
Sv: Katie Aluia - 35
|TEAM STATISTICS||Lake Forest||St. Norbert|
|Power Plays||0 for 6||1 for 5|
|Penalties (min)||6 (12)||6 (12)|
|Shots on Goal||36||43|
|Face Offs Won||0||0|
The Lake Forest College women's hockey team fell 3-1 at St. Norbert College Friday night. Forester junior Jenn Caldwell scored the only goal of the game for the visitors.
Caldwell's fourth goal of the 2011-12 season gave the Foresters the lead at the 7:55 mark of the opening period. She was assisted by fellow junior Angie Chronis.
Lake Forest was out-shot 18-8 in the opening period but had an 18-6 advantage in that category in a scoreless second stanza.
St. Norbert put 19 shots on goal to the Foresters' 10 in the final 20 minutes. The home team tied the game on a power play score at 5:06 in the third, took the lead at 7:34, and tacked on an insurance goal at 17:04.
Sophomore goaltender Stacey Dierking's 40 saves on the night were the most by a Forester goaltender this season and just one shy of her career-high.
Lake Forest fell to 10-6-1 overall and 9-4-0 in Northern Collegiate Hockey Association play. The Green Knights raised their overall record to 7-10-0 and NCHA mark to 5-7-0.
The Foresters will try to salvage a split in the weekend series tomorrow afternoon at 2:00.