New Hampshire women’s ice hockey shuts out Ohio State, 4-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Jen Huggon (Plymouth, Mass.) recorded 35 saves and Kira Misikowetz (Mississauga, Ontario) recorded a goal and an assist to lead the University of New Hampshire women’s ice hockey team to Friday night’s 4-0 victory against Ohio State University at OSU Ice Arena.

UNH, which blanked the University of Findlay (7-0) in Wednesday’s season opener, is now 2-0-0 while OSU is 2-2-0.

Misikowetz, a junior transfer from the University of Maine, gave New Hampshire an early advantage by scoring 49 seconds into the game. Carolyn Gordon (Petrolia, Ontario) registered her first collegiate point with an assist. It was the first point as a Wildcat for Misikowetz.

Jenn Wildman (London, Ontario) extended the lead to 2-0 at 4:51 with the help of Kristine Butt (Pembroke, Mass.) and Nicole Stefanilo (Sanford, Maine). Allison Edgar (Bridgen, Ontario) netted her first collegiate goal on the power play at 16:08 to give the ‘Cats a 3-0 lead at the first intermission.

Annie Fahlenbock (Toronto, Ontario) potted an unassisted goal at 13:25 of the middle stanza to complete the scoring.

This is Huggon’s fifth career shutout. OSU goalie April Stojak stopped 18 shots.

New Hampshire completes its road swing at Ohio State on Oct. 28 before playing its Nov. 4 home opener against Dartmouth College. Game time at the Whittemore Center is 7 p.m.


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