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W. ice hockey claims Mayor's Cup

The women's ice hockey team could have let Friday's 8-1 blowout against Connecticut get them down. They could have given up at the fact that Providence College outshot the Bears 19-7 in the first period. All of these things could have stopped the Bears dead in their tracks, but they didn't quit.

Bruno shocked the Friars Saturday night with a 5-1 victory in the Mayor's Cup rivalry. An impressive showing by a host of rookies edged PC on both sides of the puck. Katie Jamieson '13 had an impressive 29 saves, with 18 coming in the first period. Erica Farrer '13 hit a shot in the second to tie the game and kept the team's spirit high as the Bears headed into the locker room at half time.

The Bears came out firing in the third with Laurie Jolin '13 and Alena Polenska '13 each scoring their first collegiate goals. Erin Connors '10 and Kath Surbey '10 also contributed a goal apiece in the rivalry win.

Saturday's performance was a tremendous improvement after a depressing 8-1 home opener loss to the Huskies of UConn on October 23rd. The Huskies tallied up eight goals before Sasha Van Muyen '10 finally found the net for Brown's only goal of the game.

The Bears travel to upstate New York this weekend, where they will take on the 7-1-1 Golden Knights of Clarkson on Friday and the 3-2-3 St. Lawrence Saints on Saturday.


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