Jimmies women's hockey lose big, men's hockey win big
The Jimmies men's hockey team has now won three games in a row.
JAMESTOWN — The No. 11-ranked University of Jamestown women’s hockey team’s struggles on the power play continued in a 5-0 loss to No. 3-ranked Midland University on Friday, Feb. 10, at John L. Wilson Arena. Over the last three games, the Jimmies (8-17, 5-15) are now 1-for-20 on the man advantage.
The Warriors (21-5-3) opened the scoring midway through the first period thanks to Ally Rakowski to make it 1-0. Later in the period, Rakowski would score her second of the day to make it 2-0. 37 seconds into the second period, Rakowski would complete the hat trick pushing the Warriors' lead out to 3-0.
The Warriors added two more in the third to get the win.
The two teams rematch at 12 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Wilson Arena.
MU 5, UJ 0
MU: 2 1 2–5
UJ: 0 0 0–0
MU: Ally Rakowski (PP), 4:55
MU: Rakowski (2), 9:43
MU: Rakowski (3), 0:37
MU: Brynn Tosh (PP), 4:30
MU: Darbi Poole, 17:08
MU: Hannah Stone: seven saves on seven shots, no goals allowed
UJ: Makenzie Gibson: 32 saves on 37 shots, five goals allowed
Jimmies carry fast start to win over Illinois State
The Jimmies men’s hockey team’s Jordon Kromm scored a hat trick and it helped his team get a 5-1 win over Illinois State on Feb. 10, at Wilson Arena.
Kromm scored his first of the day at the 5:26 mark of the first period before the Jimmies (18-7, 11-1) added two more in the period to go up 3-0. The Redbirds (24-4) cut into the lead in the second to make it 3-1. At the 6:33 mark of the third period, Kromm potted his second to push the lead out to 4-1 before finishing the hat trick off at the 19:24 mark to give the Jimmies the 6-1 win.
The two teams face off again at 6 p.m. on Feb. 11.
ISU 1, UJ 6
ISU: 0 1 0–1
UJ: 3 0 3–6
UJ: Jordon Kromm, 5:26
UJ: Alek Erichuk (PP), 16:01
UJ: Phillippe Lessard, 19:26
ISU: Sam Salemi, 15:39
UJ: Kromm (2), 6:33
UJ: Jordan Baranesky (PP), 17:42
UJ: Kromm (3), 19:24
ISU: Mark Imburgia: 32 saves on 38 shots, six goals allowed
UJ: Brandon Weare: 27 saves on 28 shots, one goal allowed