WATERVILLE VALLEY, N.H. - Freshman Katie Little (Victoria, B.C.) scored six goals Friday evening to lead Manhattanville College to a 12-0 victory over Plymouth State University in ECAC Women's East ice hockey action at Waterville Valley Arena.
Little, who tallied four goals in Manhattanville's first three games, exploded for two goals in each period against the Panthers. Classmate Ella Hubley (Santa Monica, Calif.) added a pair of goals and freshman Jessica Kehoe (Kemptville, Ont.) chipped in with a goal and three assists as the Valiants improved to 3-1 on the season.
Manhattanville put the game away in the first period with four unanswered goals. Little notched a pair, including one short-handed, and Hubley and freshman Lynsey Schill (Waterloo, Ont.) each scored once. It turned into a runaway in the second period with five Valiant goals, two more from Little and one apiece from Hubley and freshmen Erin Sidjak (Delta, B.C.) and Mary Rose Morrison (Ridgefield, Conn.) Little added two more in the final frame, and Kehoe finished off the scoring in the final minute.
The Valiants finished with a 46-10 advantage in shots on goal. PSU sophomore Nicole Provencher (Guilford, Conn.) finished with 34 saves in the Panther net. Manhattanville split the shutout among three goaltenders, with senior Sophia Kokkonis (East Meadow, N.Y.), sophomore Kimmy Flanders (Monson, Mass.) and freshman Emy Cote (Saint-Hubert, Que.) each playing one period.
Manhattanville moves on to the University of Southern Maine Saturday, Nov. 21, for a 1:00 p.m. ECAC East match-up. PSU, 0-5, plays its final home game of the first semester in its next outing on Friday, Dec. 4, against Saint Anselm College.
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