Women’s Hockey Faces Tough Task Against Quinnipiac and Princeton This Weekend

Cornell women’s hockey (5-2, 3-2 ECAC) will face a tough test this weekend when the team takes on No. 8 Quinnipiac (9-4-1, 4-2, ECAC) and Princeton (4-3-1, 2-3 ECAC) in what could be a defining series for the Red. Both games will be played on the road, with Cornell taking on Quinnipiac on Friday and Princeton on Saturday. After back-to-back wins, the team is feeling upbeat and confident heading into the action. “I think our team has a lot of confidence right now,” said freshman forward Kristin O’Neill.

Women’s Hockey Looks to Continue Double-Digit Unbeaten Streaks

Brown and Yale will travel to Lynah this weekend to face Cornell women’s hockey in a pair of key conference matchups. The Red is looking to continue double-digit unbeaten streaks against both teams.

Cornell (3-2, 1-2 ECAC) has gone 18 games without losing to Brown (3-4, 1-3 ECAC). The last time the Bears defeated the Red was in 2007. The Red has also gone a long time since losing to Yale (4-1-1, 2-1-1 ECAC). The Red has not lost to the Bulldogs in 15 straight games.

Women’s Hockey Set to Open Regular Season at Home Against Mercyhurst

Cornell women’s hockey is gearing up to face Mercyhurst in a pair of home games, looking to lock in a rhythm before heading into conference play the following weekend. The Red (0-0) is coming off a 10-0 defeat of Carleton University. Eight different players scored for Cornell in the exhibition match. Senior forward Hanna Bunton, who netted two goals against Carleton, said she has been impressed with the 2016-17 squad thus far. “The amount of energy that we have had in our first few games has been really impressive,” Bunton said.

In First Round Matchup, Women’s Hockey Loses Twice to Clarkson

A winding season’s journey is in the books for Cornell women’s hockey. The Red (13-14-4, 9-9-4 ECAC) lost the first two games of the best-of-three ECAC quarterfinals to Clarkson (28-3-5, 14-3-5 ECAC). On Friday, the Knights won, 2-0, and on Saturday, 5-2. This year is the first since the 2008-09 season that Cornell is not represented in the ECAC Championship game. Facing a formidable foe on Friday, Cornell got off to a strong start, outshooting Clarkson in the first period.