Jimmies women's hockey dominate in 10-3 win over Colorado St

The Jimmies have now won three games in a row.

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Members of the University of Jamestown's women's hockey team catches the action earlier this season at John L. Wilson Arena.
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FORT COLLINS, CO — The University of Jamestown got its biggest blowout win in program history in a 10-3 win on the road at Colorado State University on Sunday, Nov. 6, at the Edora Pool and Ice Center.

The Jimmies(5-8) opened the scoring early in the first period on a goal by Emma Strouse before the Rams’ Gabby Demorat scored to make it 1-0. The Jimmies would add three more in the period to go into the first intermission up 4-1. It didn’t take long in the second for the Jimmies to add on as early in the period, Bethany Wielgosh scored to make it 5-1. After the Rams (8-3) scored to make it 5-2. However, 10 seconds later, the Jimmies’ Annika Braun scored to make it 6-3. Later in the period, Crystal Wale scored to go up 7-3, off a feed from Wielgosh.

The Jimmies added three more in the third period including two from Wielgosh to finish off her hat trick and give the Jimmies the 10-3 win.

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In the net, the Jimmies’ Bailey Lindsay made 18 saves on 21 shots for her first career win.

The Jimmies are back in action at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12, when they go to Dakota College at Bottineau.


UJ 10, CSU 3

UJ: 4 3 3–10

CSU: 1 2 0–3

Scoring plays:

First period:

UJ: Emma Strouse, 4:50

CSU: Gabby Demorat (PP), 6:56

UJ: Jayden Baker, 10:41


UJ: Mackie Couling, 17:57

UJ: Ashton Lee, 18:25

Second period:

UJ: Bethany Wielgosh, 5:28

CSU: Michelle Harcrow, 6:30

UJ: Annika Braun (PP), 7:40

CSU: Kylie Melz (PP), 11:40

UJ: Cyrstal Wale, 14:38


Third period:

UJ: Strouse (2), 6:23

UJ: Wielgosh (2), 16:05

UJ: Wielgosh (3), 19:20

My name is Max O'Neill. I am a Sports Reporter at The Jamestown Sun. I am a native New Yorker, who graduated from Ithaca College in 2020 with a degree in Television-Radio.
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