In the ECAC Championship Game, Clarkson women's hockey team fell 3-0 to Colgate in a rematch from the previous year, despite a strong effort. The Knights outshot the Raiders in the opening period at 15 to 14 but could not convert their opportunities into goals. Colgate broke the deadlock in the third period with a goal at 8:25, and despite Clarkson's efforts to equalize, Colgate sealed the win with two empty-net goals.

The Big Picture

Colgate's victory over Clarkson marks a significant success in the ECAC Championship, solidifying their position as a formidable team in women's college hockey.

By the Numbers
  • Clarkson outshot Colgate 15 to 14 in the opening period.
  • Michelle Pasiechnyk, Clarkson's goalie, made 38 saves during the game.
  • Colgate scored two empty-net goals in the final minutes of the game to secure their 3-0 victory.
State of Play
  • Colgate's win positions them favorably in the college hockey rankings, showcasing their strength as a team.
  • Clarkson's players Haley Winn and Sena Catterall received recognition by being named to the ECAC Championship All Tournament Team.
What's Next

Clarkson's women's hockey team will await their fate in the NCAA Tournament during the Selection Show on ESPN News, scheduled for noon on Sunday.

Bottom Line

Despite a valiant effort, Clarkson's women's hockey team fell short in the ECAC Championship Game, facing a resilient Colgate team that capitalized on key scoring opportunities. The loss serves as a motivation for Clarkson to regroup and focus on their upcoming NCAA Tournament prospects.