Seven conference champions have been crowned in Division III women’s circles. Suffice to say, several title games had their share of drama.
Stevenson’s Jessie Capanelli’s power-play goal at 13:15 of double overtime lifted the Mustangs to a 2-1 win over Endicott Sunday afternoon.
Lexi Klein opened the scoring for Endicott early in the first period before Chelsea Blackburn tied it at 1:18 of the third period.
Stevenson’s Sarah Modzelewski and the Gulls’ Vendela Jonsson each made 44 stops in goal.
No contest here as Plattsburgh cruised to an 8-0 win over Utica on Sunday.
Courtney Moriarty and Jordan Lipson each scored twice for the Cardinals and Camille Leonard made all 17 saves in goal.
Keira Goin finished with 42 saves for Utica.
Megan Juricko’s goal 3:31 into the third period snapped a 1-1 tie and St. Thomas held on to beat Bethel 2-1 Saturday afternoon.
Becca Zarembinski also scored for UST, while Lauren Kolak notched the lone goal for the Royals.
Mackenzie Torpy kicked aside 21 shots in goal for the Tommies and Michelle Klimstra stopped 33 for Bethel.
Adrian won the Slaats Cup as NCHA champs Sunday afternoon with a 2-0 shutout over St. Norbert.
Jade Walsh nailed down the 27-save shutout and Shelly Czarnowczan broke a 0-0 tie at 11:49 of the third period. Kaylyn Schroka added an empty-net goal at 18:30 for the Bulldogs.
SNC’s Leigh Grall made 31 saves in net for the Green Knights.
Massachusetts-Boston pulled off the upset in blanking Norwich 2-0 Saturday to win the first-ever NEHC championship.
Jenny Currie and Kayla Smith scored for UMB and Rachel Myette was stellar in stopping all 35 Cadets’ shots.
Celeste Robert stopped 15 shots for Norwich.
More overtime heroics Sunday afternoon as Maddie Winslow’s goal 6:37 into extra time lifted Middlebury over Amherst by a 5-4 count.
Janka Hlinka had tied the game for the Panthers with five minutes to play in the third period.
Katie Mandigo added a pair of goals for Middlebury and Sara Culhane posted two for Amherst.
In net, Julie Neuburger turned aside 31 shots for Middlebury and Sabrina Dobbins fashioned a 21-save outing for Amherst.
Wisconsin-River Falls goalie Angie Hall made 23 saves to lead the Falcons past Wisconsin-Stevens Point 4-1 in the WIAC final Saturday afternoon.
Chloe Kinsel notched two goals and an assist and Dani Sibley a goal and two assists for River Falls.
Sydney Conley stopped 24 shots for the Pointers.
The women’s D-III NCAA tournament selection show is scheduled for Monday morning (March 7) at 10 a.m. EDT.