UJ Roundup: Women's hockey struggle, men collapse

The Jimmies combined to go 0-for-7 on the power play in the losses.

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Midland's Grace Halvorson (97) tries to hide the puck with a spray of ice as University of Jamestown's Chloe Gauthier moves in on the action Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022, at Wilson Arena.
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JAMESTOWN— The University of Jamestown could not keep up with Midland University in a 5-1 loss on Saturday, Oct. 29, at John L. Wilson Arena.

After the Warriors (7-3, 3-0) opened the scoring in the first period, the Jimmies’ Gabriella Schroder tied the game up at one at the 3:48 mark of the second period. The Warriors would score the next four goals to get the 5-1 win, including two from Ally Rakowski.

The end of the game was marked by controversy as with 15.1 seconds to go in the game, the referees ejected Warriors head coach Jason White and a fan for complaining about calls.

The Jimmies (2-7, 2-7) and the Warriors are back in action to face off again at noon on Sunday, Oct. 30.

MU 5, UJ 1


MU: 1 2 2–5

UJ: 0 1 0–1

Scoring plays:

First period:

MU: Ally Rakowski, 3:03

Second period:

UJ: Gaby Schroder, 3:49

MU: Kayla Flanigan, 14:47


MU: Rakowski (2) , 17:53

Third period:

MU: Rakowski (3), 1:24

MU: Kaeleigh Kachmarski, 3:00

Jimmies men’s hockey collapse

MINOT, N.D. — The University of Jamestown could not stop the floodgates from opening in the third period to continue their struggles against Minot State University. The Jimmies gave up five third-period goals to lose 5-2 against the Beavers on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Minot’s Maysa Arena.

The Jimmies (4-4) opened the scoring at the 9:54 mark of the first period when Justin Dumont scored to make it 1-0. The Jimmies’ Greg Susinski scored to make it 2-0 early in the third period before the Beavers’ Drew Carter scored to make it 2-1. A few minutes later, the Beavers’ Connor Navrot scored to tie the game up at two. Less than a minute later, the Beavers’ Joey Moffatt scored to take a 3-2 lead. Carter would score two more in the period to give the Beavers (8-0) the 5-2 win.

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The Jimmies had 19 players make an appearance in the win.

The Jimmies are back in action at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, when they host Northern Illinois.


UJ 2, MSU 5

UJ: 1 0 1–2

MSU: 0 0 5–5

Scoring plays:

First period:

UJ: Justin Dumont, 9:54

Third period:

UJ: Greg Susinski, 8:13

MSU: Drew Carter, 11:16

MSU: Connor Navrot, 15:54

MSU: Joey Moffatt, 16:54

MSU: Carter (2), 17:04

MSU: Carter (3) (EN), 19:01

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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