Northeastern Defeated By Harvard, 3-0

Freshman goaltender Brittany Bugalski made 31 saves for the Huskies
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 18:24  HAR1-0 EV GW Sydney Daniels (4)Haley Mullins/8, Miye D'Oench/5
2nd 13:47  HAR2-0 PP Grace Zarzecki (4)Abigail Frazer/1, Lexie Laing/3
3rd 4:43  HAR3-0 EV Jessica Harvey (3)Kaitlin Tse/4, Miye D'Oench/6
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Northeastern  0000
Harvard  1113
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Northeastern  1211831
Harvard  8111534
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Northeastern (11-3-1)  0/5 4/8 0
Harvard (7-1-1)  1/4 5/10 0
Northeastern Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Brittany Bugalski (L, 10-3-1)60:003 7101431
Harvard Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Emerance Maschmeyer (W, 3-1-0)60:000 1211831

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Harvard netminder Emerance Maschmeyer stopped 31 shots to backstop No. 8 Harvard (7-1-1) to a 3-0 win over the No. 4 Northeastern women's hockey team (11-3-1) on Tuesday night at Bright-Landry Center.

The Crimson scored once in each period to extend their unbeaten streak to eight games, while handing Northeastern its second road loss of the season.

Goal Recaps

- Harvard struck first with 1:51 to play in the first period when Sydney Daniels sniped a shot over the shoulder of Brittany Bugalski (31 saves) from the left circle.

- The Crimson doubled the advantage at 13:47 of the second stanza. On a power play, Abbey Frazier snapped a shot from the point that was deflected home by Grace Zarzecki in front.

- The hosts tacked on a third goal at 4:43 of the third period when Jessica Harvey jumped on a rebound and buried the puck at the right of the cage.

Stats of the Game

- The Huskies were held off the scoresheet for the first time this season.

- Northeastern fell to 4-2-1 in non-conference play.

- NU did not score the first goal for the first time in nine games.

- The Huskies are now 1-2-0 against ranked opponents this season.

- Harvard held a 34-31 advantage in shots on goal.

- Senior Kendall Coyne led all players with eight shots.

- Northeastern went 0-for-5 on the power play, while Harvard went 1-for-4.

Up Next

The Huskies will dip back into Hockey East play on Saturday when No. 2 Boston College visits Matthews Arena for a 2 p.m. showdown.