No. 17 Cornell subject hockey (12-3, 5-1 Ivy) added extra accolades onto its already record-breaking season with two shutout wins in opposition to Brown (6-8, 1-5 Ivy) and Boston College (8-8, 3-2 Patriot).
Seeking to keep on tempo for the Ivy League title, the Crimson headed to Windfall, Rhode Island to face the Bears. Though Brown outshot Cornell, it was a penalty nook within the second quarter by senior defender/midfielder Caroline Ramsey that made the distinction. With a 1-0 lead, freshman goalkeeper Martha Broderick stayed sturdy in web, making 5 crucial saves to provide Cornell the 1-0 shutout win.
Though she is only a freshman, Broderick has had a robust impression on the crew, contributing to all 4 shutouts on the season to date.
“She’s very superb, [but] she’s nonetheless very younger. [People] typically neglect that she’s solely 18 years outdated,” stated head coach Andy Smith. “However what she does have is a command of the sport, a command of the tactical understanding and tactical information. She will be able to put defenders in positions the place she doesn’t must take care of pictures.”
Regardless of the success of Broderick and the opposite freshmen, all eyes have been on the seniors on Sunday. Seeking to enhance on its winning-record, the Crimson returned residence to Ithaca on Sunday to face Boston in its Senior Day recreation.
It was an all-around crew effort within the 6-0 shutout of the Terriers. Sophomore ahead Grace Leahy, sophomore midfielder Rease Coleman and junior ahead Hanke Govaert all completed with one purpose every. Particularly on a day honoring its seniors, there was no higher approach to conclude an already record-breaking profession than All-American Ramsey scoring a hat trick in Cornell’s shutout. Broderick helped backstop the Crimson for a lot of the recreation, making two crucial saves, earlier than senior goaltender Lexie Hausheer took over goaltending duties to safe the win.
With the win over the Terriers, Cornell earned its twelfth win of the season, setting a brand new program document for many wins in a season.
The Crimson will face No. 9 Harvard (12-3, 6-0 Ivy) in its final common season contest on Saturday, Oct. 29 at midday on Marsha Dodson Discipline. The sport will likely be broadcast on ESPN+ and can decide the winner of the Ivy League title and the host of the inaugural Ivy League Match.