Sophomore forward Mira Seregely scored a goal for the Black Bears
Maine Defeated By Clarkson, 8-1

Box Score

POTSDAM, N.Y. - The University of Maine women's ice hockey team falls to #10 Clarkson on the road.

First Goal (0-1 Clarkson): The Golden Knights would score their of the game 15:47 in the first period from Brooke McQuigge assisted by Gretchen Branton and Stephanie Markowski.

Second Goal (0-2 Clarkson): Clarkson would not score again until 2:30 into the second period. Haliey Winn would skate down the ice for the score. Gretchen Branton would get her second assist of the game and Kirstyn McQuigge would also pick up an assist.

Third Goal (0-3 Clarkson): 10:11 into the second period Clarkson would score again by Jaden Bogdan. Stephanie Markowski and Florence Lessard each picked up an assist.

Fourth Goal (0-4 Clarkson): Stephanie Markowski would score one of her own 13:10 into the second period to give the Golden Knights their fourth of the game. Sena Catterall got her first assist of the game and Florence Lessard picked up her second assist of the game.

Fifth Goal (0-5 Clarkson): 15:57 into the second period the Golden Knights would score their fifth of the game from Gabrielle David. Anne Cherkowski and Nicole Gosling earned an assist each.

Sixth Goal (0-6 Clarkson): The Golden Knights would score their sixth of the game unassisted from Jenna Goodwin 16:57 into the second period. 

Seventh Goal (0-7 Clarkson): 6:48 into the third period Clarkson netted a short handed goal during a Maine power play from Sena Catterall. Nicole Gosling and Gabrille David each gathered an assist.

Eighth Goal (1-7 Maine): Mira Seregély would score Maine their lone goal of the game 14:34 into the third period. Ida Kuoppala would pass the puck over to Grace Parker who shot the puck towards the net where Seregély would get her stick on the puck to guide it into the net. 

Ninth Goal (1-8 Clarkson): Clarkson grabbed their last of the game 17:14 into the third from Anne Cherkowski and assisted by Gabrielle David and Darcie Lappan.