Double OT objective offers UMaine subject hockey 5-4 win over Stanford

Freshman midfielder Brynn Dzengelewski scored her first collegiate objective for the College of Maine’s subject hockey workforce, and it couldn’t have come at a greater time Sunday afternoon.

The Highlands Ranch, Colorado, native scored 4:44 into the second 10-minute time beyond regulation to offer the defending two-time common season champion Black Bears a 5-4 America East victory over Stanford College on the UMaine subject hockey advanced.

The groups performed seven apart in time beyond regulation somewhat than the regulation 11, and UMaine sophomore ahead Mallory Mackesy fired a cross to Dzengelewski, who broke in alone on Stanford goalkeeper Daisy Ford and tucked the ball between the goalie’s pads.