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The weekend that was in Division III women’s hockey…

ECAC EAST
Massachusetts-Boston played a pair of overtime games last weekend, setting for a 1-1 tie Friday at St. Anselm and then another 1-1 stalemate Saturday at home against Southern Maine. … Castleton and Manhattanville went to a scoreless tie Friday night. Paula Stephens made 26 saves for Castleton, while Kirsten Shaughnessy stopped 29 for Manhattanville. … Katie Couture’s second goal of the game 47 seconds into overtime lifted Southern Maine to a 3-2 win Friday night over the University of New England. … Third-ranked Norwich won two more games with a 3-0 shutout at Salve Regina Friday night and then a 5-3 win at Manhattanville on Saturday. Celeste Robert finished with 28 saves in the shutout. … Seven different players scored in St. Anselm’s 7-0 win over Nichols Saturday night, and Hannah Synnott earned the shutout, making just 11 saves. … Kara Violette scored the tying goal at 15:36 and then the winner at 19:34 as Holy Cross rallied to beat St. Michael’s 4-3 Saturday night. … Franklin Pierce took two in a row, beating St. Michael’s 1-0 Friday and then U of New England 4-1 Saturday.

ECAC WEST
Oswego and goalie Bridget Smith posted back-to-back shutouts over Potsdam, winning 4-0 Friday and 3-0 Saturday. Smith made 29 saves in the first game, 28 in the second. … Buffalo State took two straight 3-1 wins on the road against Chatham. … No. 2 Elmira won both ends of a home-and-home with Utica. Ashton Hogan recorded two goals and an assist in Saturday’s 4-1 win and then added three more, including the game-winner at 17:41 of the third period, and an assist in a 7-5 win on Saturday. … Catherine Linehan’s overtime power-play goal at the 57-second mark gave William Smith a 3-2 win over Neumann Saturday night. Neumann came back with a 2-1 win Sunday, as Megan Russelo netted both goals.

MIAC
No. 7 Gustavus Adolphus swept a home-and-home with Hamline with a 6-3 win Friday and a 4-0 shutout Saturday on the strength of 19 saves from Lindsey Hibbard. … Ninth-ranked St. Thomas also won a home-and-home, beating St. Olaf 7-0 Friday on the road and then 2-1 on home ice Saturday. Friday’s win featured a hat trick from Nuala Flood and 10 saves from goalie Paige Kittelson. … Bethel and Concordia (Minn.) played a couple of tight games as Concordia won 3-2 on Friday and Bethel defeated Concordia 4-2 the following afternoon. Tori Davis’ goal with 4:24 to play in the third period was the game-winner in the opener. … Augsburg swept a home-and-home with St. Catherine, winning both by a goal (3-2 and 2-1) … St. Mary’s swept St. Benedict, with Marah Shields’ 19 saves enough for the 2-0 shutout on Saturday.

NCHA
St. Scholastica and Lake Forest played two competitive games as the two teams battled to a 2-2 tie Friday and then Lake Forest took a 3-1 win Saturday. … No. 10 Adrian battled St. Norbert to a 1-1 tie on Friday and then Jade Walsh made 33 saves in a 2-0 shutout for the Bulldogs on Saturday. … Amanda Waigand scored two goals in Marian’s 5-1 win at home over Concordia (Wis.) on Friday night.

NESCAC
No. 4 Middlebury used a two-goal, three-assist game from Emily Fluke in a 7-2 win at Trinity Sunday afternoon. This was just one day after dropping a 4-3 decision to Trinity. … After beating Wesleyan 4-1 Friday night, Amherst needed overtime Saturday and Lynddy Smith was the hero on a power play 2:17 into the extra frame. … Bowdoin swept a home-and-home from Colby, winning 6-1 Friday as Miranda Bell popped three goals and then taking a 1-0 shutout Saturday on the back of Lan Crofton’s 30-save performance. … Connecticut College tied Hamilton 3-3 Friday and rebounded for a 4-0 win Saturday as Katherine Chester finished with 24 saves for the shutout.

WIAC
No. 6 Wisconsin-River Falls won both ends of a home-and-home with Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 7-1 Friday and then 3-2 Saturday in a game that saw UWRF take a 3-0 lead into the third period and UWEC score twice to close the gap, but couldn’t find the equalizer. … No. 5 Wisconsin-Stevens Point split with No. 8 Wisconsin-Superior in games that were decided late. Wis.-Stevens Point posted a 3-2 win Friday night with two third-period goals. Wis.-Superior won 3-1 the next afternoon with three unanswered goals.

NONCONFERENCE
Stevenson and Canton split their weekend series, with Canton winning 2-0 Friday and then Stevenson coming back for a big 7-1 win Saturday. Rebecca DiNardo pitched a 40-save shutout Friday night. … Concordia (Wis.) blanked Finlandia 4-0 Saturday as Brittany Sticha scored twice and Andrea Mizanskey turned aside all 31 shots between the pipes.