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Plattsburgh will surely maintain the top spot in this week’s USCHO.com Division III Women’s Poll after the Cardinals dominated Neumann with wins of 8-0 and 9-1 over the weekend. Melissa Sheeran (three goals, assist) and Kayle Meneghin (goal, three assists) led the way in Saturday’s 8-0 win and then Sunday, Meneghin posted her same line as Saturday and Giovanna Senese, Bridget Balisy, and Sheeran all had three-point afternoons.

Camille Leonard and Kassi Abbott each picked up a win in goal for Plattsburgh, which also outshot Neumann 139-29 in the two games.

No. 2 Adrian won both of its games at home, beating both St. Norbert and Concordia (Wis.). Saturday, in a 4-2 win over SNC, Jade Walsh finished with 29 saves and Sydney Smith scored and added a helper. Sunday, the Bulldogs spotted Concordia a 2-1 lead after two periods, but roared back to take another 4-2 victory with three goals in the final period. Brooke Lupi’s goal at 13:18 of the third stood as the game-winner.

No. 3 Elmira was idle this past weekend, as was No. 4 St. Thomas and fifth-ranked Middlebury.

Wisconsin-River Falls came into the weekend sixth in the nation and earned two wins against Hamline and Bethel. The Falcons used seven different goal-scorers (Chloe Kinsel with two) and a 23-save combined effort from Angie Hall and Kylie Hommerding in the 8-0 win over Hamline Friday night before Kinsel scored two more in a 5-1 win over Bethel on Saturday.

No. 7 Norwich grabbed back-to-back shutouts on the road, beating both University of New England Friday and Southern Maine Saturday by identical 3-0 scores. Celeste Robert won both in net for Norwich.

At No. 8, Gustavus Adolphus tied Wisconsin-Superior, 2-2, last Tuesday before beating St. Olaf, 4-1, Friday night. Four different players scored for GAC and all three goalies — Lindsey Hibbard, Amanda DiNella and Paige Press — all saw time in the crease during the game. DiNella was credited with the win.

Trinity, ranked No. 9 last week, did not play.

No. 10 Lake Forest nailed down three wins last week, starting with a 7-0 win over Marian on Wednesday as Allie Carter stopped all 11 shots and Amy Budde, Michelle Greeneway, and Olivia Spellmire all posted two-goal efforts. The Foresters then swept St. Scholastica at home Saturday and Sunday with wins of 5-2 and 3-0, respectively. In the shutout, Carter made 13 saves and Greeneway popped a pair of goals and the day prior, Melissa Paluch went for two goals and two assists.

Check back later in the week as our weekly column will feature Greeneway and her unique college and athletics life at Lake Forest.

  • kdiff77

    “Meehan should have a warning on the door, discouraging attendance by fans with heart conditions or who may be pregnant.”NO!! We’ll take any attendance we can get! :P

    • Now, now, that just sounds desperate. Nobody will like you if you don’t show a little self-confidence. ;)