Ashland, WI -
The Jills hosted the Concordia University Wisconsin Falcons today at the Bay Area Civic Center.
The Jills came out strong offensively to start the first period. With 6:22 elapsed in the period, Michaela Isetts-Williams
found the back of the net to give the Jills their first lead of the game. Mikayla Santjer
and Megan Adair
assisted in the goal. They would continue to create scoring opportunities throughout the period, but wouldn't be able to build on their lead. They would go into the first intermission up 1-0 over the Falcons.
The Falcons tied it up at 1-1 to start the second period. The Jills would create more opportunities, but the Falcons would keep them out of the net. The Jills finally broke through with under a minute remaining, when Allyson Reilly
ripped a shot into the net, giving the Jills a 2-1 lead. She was assisted by Saylor Donnely on the play. They would go into the third with their 2-1 lead intact.
The Jills added an insurance goal when Saylor Donnely recorded her first career collegiate goal to put the Jills up 3-0. She was assisted by Karadyn Kiviaho
. The Falcons cut the Jills lead down to one, a few minutes later. The Jills would hold on as the clock expired, winning by a final score of 3-2.
recorded 20 saves in the game.
The Jills will be back on the ice at home tomorrow (12/1) against the Concordia University Wisconsin Falcons. Puck drop is scheduled for 6pm.
Northland College is an NCAA Division III institution located in Ashland, WI. The LumberJacks and LumberJills sponsor 14 varsity sports and compete in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference and the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association.