UMD women’s hockey extend unbeaten streak to nine games
The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) women’s hockey team extended their unbeaten record to nine games (8-0-1) on Sunday with a weekend sweep and 5-1 win against St. Thomas.
That ties the longest unbeaten streak in head coach Maura Crowell’s tenure, the last of which was January 13th through February 11th, 2017.
“I thought today was better, I really liked our first period, not only the goals, but the pace that we are playing at. Sticking to the game plan, getting pucks deep and going hard and using all five in the ozone. We did a good job on the special teams for sure, and coming away with six points is great,” said Crowell.
This also marks the fourth time in the last 10 years that UMD has been unblemished in nine or more games.