Nov. 19, 2011
The Gophers got out to an early lead, as Amanda Kessel scored a goal just three minutes, 15 second into the game, with an assist by Jen Schoullis. Schoullis scored a goal of her own two minutes later, assisted by Sarah Erickson. Junior Megan Bozek gave
With three points in the first period, Schoullis set a career record for points in a period.
Kessel earned her second hat trick of the weekend, scoring less than two minutes into the third period, with assists from Bozek and Schoullis. With her sixth point of the game, Schoullis moved into a tie for second place in the
Shoullis had a point on every goal of the night, and set a career-best for points in a game. Her previous best was four points, scored in her freshman season, at
The Gophers are next in action at Harvard Nov. 25-26. Saturday's game will begin at 3 p.m. central (4 p.m. local), while Sunday's game will start at noon central (1 p.m. local).
Non-Conference Road Series Up Next
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Minnesota travels to St. Charles, Mo., for a non-conference series with Lindenwood this weekend.
Gophers Sign Six for 2018-19
11/19/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Abby Boreen, Taylor Heise, Crystalyn Hengler, Emily Oden, Gracie Ostertag, and Catie Skaja make up the newest class of Golden Gophers.
Minnesota Completes WCHA Sweep
11/18/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Sydney Baldwin, Emily Brown, and Nicole Schammel scored in the Gophers’ 4-3 win over St. Cloud State.