The third-ranked Colgate Raiders were defeated 3-1 by the second-ranked Wisconsin Badgers in the NCAA Semifinals, ending their season. Kayle Osborne's 18 saves and a strong defensive effort with eight blocked shots slowed down Wisconsin's high-scoring offense. Despite outshooting the Badgers and killing penalties effectively, Colgate fell behind early and couldn't recover.

By the Numbers
  • Colgate outshot Wisconsin 7-4 in the first 20 minutes.
  • Wisconsin's average goals per game is 5.18, but they were held to only two even-strength goals in this game.
  • Colgate had four power-play opportunities throughout the game.
  • Kaltounková scored her 27th goal of the season for Colgate.
State of Play
  • Colgate's season ended one game short of the National Championship.
  • Wisconsin advances to the National Championship game.
Bottom Line

Despite a strong defensive effort, Colgate fell short against Wisconsin, ending their season in the NCAA Semifinals.