ORONO — Brittany Ott stopped all 19 shots she faced as the University of Maine women’s ice hockey team shut out Niagara University 3-0 at Alfond Arena Saturday.
Tori Pasquariello and Brittany Dougherty each scored a goal in the first period for the 7-5-1 Black Bears. Myriam Croussette chipped in with a goal in the third period.
Abby Ryplanski made 29 saves on 32 shots for the 6-6-2 Purple Eagles.
Daemen wins Bengal Classic
At Fort Kent on Sunday, Dom Mazzocchi collected a game-high 33 points to power Daemen College of Amherst, N.Y., by the University of Maine at Fort Kent 83-75 in the championship game of the Bengal Classic.
Daemen defeated the University of Maine-Machias on Saturday 91-68.
In Saturday’s game, Daemen outscored UM-Machias 45-25 in the second half en route to victory in the second day.
Kadeem Johnson led six Daemen scorers in double figures with 13 points.
Zach Armstrong led the Clippers with a game-high 16 points. Mack Hampton scored 14 points while Will Lewis added 10.
In Sunday’s game, Mazzocchi went 12-for-19 from the field to propel 3-1 Daemen to the win.
Manny Odugbela netted 22 points to pace the 4-2 Bengals. Pablo Llamas scored 19 points while Jeremy Thomas added 18. Othniel Hyliger grabbed 10 rebounds.
EMCC wins two
Eastern Maine Community College earned a pair of wins over the weekend. The Eagles defeated Southern Maine Community College 90-74 on Saturday and topped Hampshire College 90-22 on Sunday.
At South Portland on Saturday, John Caputo netted 17 points to pace EMCC to the win. Michael Baltimore and Thelbert Green scored 16 points apiece. Edson Pierre and Kyle Pluchino each had 14 points while Jefe Dubois added 11.
Josh Mackie led 4-1 SMCC with 19 points. Jake Loveridge scored 12 points while Dan Jamieson added 11.
At Amherst, Mass. on Sunday, Pluchino registered 17 points to propel 5-1 EMCC. Green scored 11 points while Brian Bolduc and Baltimore added 10 apiece.
Daemen sweeps Bengal Classic
At Fort Kent on Sunday, Ellie Allen and Chelsea Andorka scored 20 points apiece to spark Daemen College of Amherst, N.Y., by the University of Maine-Fort Kent 78-58 in the title game of the Bengal Classic.
Daemen topped the University of Maine-Machias 63-40 on Saturday.
In Saturday’s game, Chelsea Andorka registered 14 points to propel Daemen by UM-Machias in day two of the Bengal Classic.
Amber Frey led the way for the Clippers with 11 points off the bench.
In Sunday’s game, Daemen (7-0) outscored the Clippers 47-35 in the second half en route to the win.
Ericka Christensen scored 15 points to pace the 0-2 Bengals. Taylor Boucher chipped in with 14 points.