|Colby College||Trinity College|
HARTFORD, Conn. — Anna Cosentino scored with 1:20 left in overtime for the Colby College women’s hockey team in a big 3-2 victory over Trinity College in NESCAC play Friday night.
The Mules, winners of two games last year, improved to 6-7-4 overall and 2-5-4 in the conference under second-year head coach Holley Tyng. Colby is in sixth place in the conference.
The Bantams dropped to 4-13 and 0-9 in the league. The two teams will play again Saturday at 4 p.m.
* The Mules scored the overtime goal on the power play after a tripping penalty at 3:11. Colby need just 29 seconds with the extra player to earn the win.
* After a face-off win to the left of Trinity goaltender Kai-Lilly Karpman, Cosentino found some skating space and ripped a high shot to the upper right corner.
* Cosentino, who now has four goals on the season, gave the Mules a 1-0 lead after one period. She scored with just 1:26 remaining in the period from Elizabeth Brashich and Mikayla McLaughlin. Brashich had her first collegiate assist on the play.
* Kelcie Finn tied the game for Trinity just 38 seconds into the second period. The Bantams then took the lead when Taylor Peracchio tallied with just one second to go in the second period.
* Moira Mullaney tied the game with her fourth of the season at 2:31 of the third period.
* The Mules had to kill off an interference penalty for the final 42 seconds of regulation and then 1:18 at the start of overtime.
By the numbers
* Colby first-year goaltender Cierra San Roman stopped 23 shots, including two in overtime.
* Karpman stopped 21 shots and made nine saves in the third period.
* The Bantams were 0-for-3 on the power play, while Colby ended up 1-for-2.