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West Chester University Takes Out Slippery Rock University 10-1

02/16/2013, 9:00pm EST

Lindsay Howard golden with a hat trick while West Chester University shoots often to dominate the game, extends win-streak to 7 games

DE, February 16, 2013, 9:00 PM

In a blowout game, West Chester University was superior against Slippery Rock University 10 - 1 at Centre Ice Rink -- Harrington in DE on Saturday. West Chester University racked up six goals to jump in to the lead in the first period. West Chester University gained one goal in the second period and held on to its lead. In the final period, West Chester University outscored their opponents by two goals and kept the lead to win the game.

Leading the way to a win for West Chester University, Lindsay Howard earned the hat trick with three goals. During the first period, Howard got a shorthanded goal. Becky Dobson assisted on this goal. Howard put the biscuit over the goal line. Becky Dobson assisted on this goal. West Chester University kept up the momentum when Howard scored a third goal in the third period with an assist from Becky Dobson. Leading the scoring for West Chester University, Becky Dobson scored the hat trick with three goals and also three helpers. Making it happen on the ice for West Chester University, Dobson netted an unassisted goal in the first period. During the second period, Dobson netted a second goal with an assist from Amanda Vito. During the third period, Dobson lit the lamp. Kirsten Baron got the assist on this goal.

Showing off a strong glove, West Chester University's Aly Golia blocked 24 out of 25 shots on goal to earn the win. Slippery Rock University's Erica Enders had only 38 saves on 48 shots on goal and got the loss.

West Chester University extended their winning streak to seven games and ended the game with a record of 13-1. Slippery Rock University finished the game with a record of 6-7.

Tag(s): Slippery Rock Univ.  West Chester Univ.