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Connecticut College 3, Wesleyan University 1 Camels Extend Their Unbeaten Streak to Six Games with Two Game Sweep of Wesleyan

Leah Kallen
Leah Kallen
NEW LONDON, Conn.--Sophomore Olivia Farrell (New York, N.Y.) scored the goal that proved to be the difference with 15:05 remaining in regulation as Connecticut College completed a two-game NESCAC sweep with a 3-1 victory against intra-state rival Wesleyan University The Camels extend their unbeaten streak to six games, improving to 8-5-2 with a 5-4-1 record in the NESCAC. The Cardinals drop their 12th straight game and are 2-16 with a 1-9 mark in the NESCAC. Courtney Dumont (Lewiston, Maine) recorded a goal and an assist. Junior forward Ariel DiPasquale (Whitestone, N.Y.) potted her eighth goal of the season for the winning side. Junior defenders Molly Murphy (Woodstock, Conn.) and Andrea McRae (Stittsville, Ontario) chipped in with assists for the hosts in the victory. Kelsie Fralick (West Chester, Pa.) stopped 20 shots en route to the win for the home side. Wesleyan University freshman Hannah Jellinek (Newton, Mass.) supplied a goal in the loss for the Cardinals. Becca Koppel (Huntington Beach, Calif.) assisted on the Cardinal tally. Junior net-minder Ashleigh Corvi (Barrington, R.I.) stopped 32 shots in the loss for the Cardinals and made 62 saves in the two-game set. Jellinek tied the game at one at 4:35 of the third period. But the Camels responded with the critical goal just 20 seconds later. Junior Caroline Corbett (Norwood, Mass.) made a cross-crease pass to Farrell from her backhand and the sophomore forward finished with her fourth goal of the season. Dumont added some insurance with 7:12 to go. The sophomore sharp-shooter broke free in a one-on-one situation and went top shelf to beat Corvi at the near post. Connecticut College out-shot the Cardinals 35-to-21 in the win. Both teams will return to action Friday night for 7:00 p.m. NESCAC games. Wesleyan will host Hamilton College in Middletown, Conn. The Camels will host Amherst College Friday night for a 7:00 p.m. game at Dayton Arena.

January 21, 2012

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