Falcons subdue Pipers 7-4
Ozaukee Ice Center
Host Concordia (5-5-2) got four goals in the second period and three more in the third to overcome a 2-0 deficit and defeat Hamline 7-4 Sunday afternoon at the Ozaukee Ice Center.
This was a record-tying performance in a number of ways for the Falcons. Besides defeating Hamline for the first time in six tries, CUW got 4 goals in a period (tying a school record) and 7 goals in a game (tying another record).
Jaime Athens, Alex Barton, Sam Meuwissen, and Alyssa Isaackson scored in succession over a 17 minute second period stretch as Concordia took control.
Tracy Tyrakowski, Meuwissen, and Sarah Luberda added third period tallies that allowed the Falcons to pull away. Jim Ingman's team outshot the visitors 53-20.
"We improved from Saturday to Sunday", appraised Ingman. "Today we showed our team speed. Our forwards did a great job of forechecking and creating offensive opportunities. It's a good jump start for the stretch of games in January."