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Women's Hockey Comes Up Short Against Williams

Photo Courtesy of Bre Cavanaugh '19
Photo Courtesy of Bre Cavanaugh '19

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The Wesleyan women's ice hockey team fell short against Little Three archrival Williams College on Saturday afternoon, 4-1. 

With four remaining contests, all which are home, the Cardinals overall record now stands at 6-13-1 overall and 0-11-1 in conference play. The Ephs improved to 11-6-4 and 8-4-2. 


  • Williams went ahead 2-0 during the first period, scoring during the eighth minute then the 15th minute off of a power play.
  • Amanda Reisman tallied the first goal unassisted and Kelly McCarthy gave the home team some insurance as she was assisted by Maddie Tix and Elizabeth Welch.
  • Williams scored once again in the second period off a tally from Michaela O'Connor in the 17th minute as she was assisted by CC Wallin.
  • Reisman found the back of the net once again in the fourth as she scored just under four minutes into the period.
  • Wesleyan answered 30 seconds later as Cali Stevens took advantage of a power play, notching her fifth goal of the season. She was assisted by Allie Damren who tallied her sixth assist of the year.


  • Wesleyan goalie Allegra Grant recorded 40 saves.
  • William's goalie, Chloe Heiting, recorded 17 saves and is now 9-5-2 overall.


  • The Cardinals will return to the ice on Friday, February 14 to host Hamilton. The puck is scheduled to drop at 7 p.m.