Senior forward Amy Budde became the fifth player in program history with at least 100 career points and the Lake Forest College women's hockey team defeated visiting Concordia University Wisconsin 3-1 on Sunday.
Budde's power play score at the 14:43 mark of the second period gave the home team a 2-0 lead at the time but turned out to be the official game-winner. Her second score of the year was assisted by junior forwards Kristina Bellomo and Sydney Simone. Budde now has 42 goals and 58 assists in her career.
Simone started the scoring on Sunday at the 9:59 mark of the second period. Her first goal of the season was set up by junior defenseman Amanda Boisjolie.
Lake Forest's third tally of the game also came in the second when junior forward Lexi Morgan lit the lamp with 1:47 on the clock. Morgan's unassisted score was her first of the year.
Forester sophomore goaltender Julieana Tarantino kept the Falcons off the scoreboard until the visiting converted a power play opportunity with just 68 seconds to play in the contest. Tarantino finished the game with 13 saves and is now 2-0-0 on the season.
The home team had a 29-14 advantage in shots on goal on the evening.
The victory evened the Foresters' overall record on the season at 2-2-0 and improved their Northern Collegiate Hockey Association mark to 2-0-0. Concordia Wisconsin fell to 2-2-0 overall and 0-2-0 in the league.
Lake Forest will be at home against next weekend against Aurora University with Friday night's game beginning at 7:00 and Saturday afternoon's at 2:00.