Saturday, January 17, 2015
Ithaca, NY - Megan LeDuc tied a program record in one statistical category and matched her career high in another as part of a 59-39 Big Red win over Columbia Saturday afternoon at Newman Arena.

LeDuc's eight steals in one game tied the most ever by a Cornellian, while her eight assists tied her career high. She also had four points and six rebounds on the afternoon. Nia Marshall led the Red (10-5, 1-0 Ivy) with 19 points, and Nicholle Aston chipped in with 13.


The 10-5 start by the Red matches a team record for best start to a season.

The Big Red opened the contest on an 8-0 run, but Columbia responded with a 7-0 run to make it a one-point contest with 12:27 remaining in the first half.

Leading 18-13 with roughly eight minutes left in the first half, Cornell embarked on a 14-0 run to take a commanding 32-13 lead with two minutes until the break. The run was capped off by three straight baskets from Aston, who finished the first half with 11 points.

Cornell ended the first half up by 19 (34-15), shooting 48 percent from the floor (14-29).

The Big Red held Columbia (6-9, 0-1 Ivy) at arm's length for the entire second half to notch its seventh win in its last eight games.

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Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Ithaca, NY - Brianne Jenner notched a game-high five points (1 goal, 4 assists) and Paula Voorheis made 29 saves as the Big Red (7-6-3, 5-2-2 ECAC Hockey) rolled over the Boston University Terriers 6-2 Tuesday night at Lynah Rink.

Five different players scored for Cornell; Emily Fulton scored twice to go with markers from Jenner, Richardson, Brown and O'Connor.


Fulton's second goal, coming on the power play, gave Cornell a 6-0 lead at the 15:01 mark of the third. Roughly 40 seconds later, Kayla Tutino put the Terriers (13-5-2, 9-3 Hockey East) on the board to spoil Voorheis's shutout bid.

Jenner's second point of the night was the 200th of her career, breaking a tie with Cyndy Schlapfer for 4th on the all-time list. Jenner now has 203 career points, ten back of Digit Murphy for 3rd all-time. She is also 3rd all-time at Cornell in assists (116), nine back of Cheryl Hines for 2nd.

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Saturday, January 10, 2015
Ithaca, NY - Cornell goalie Paula Voorheis turned aside 40 Clarkson shots and her teammates blocked 25 more as the home team battled the defending NCAA champions to a 1-1 tie Saturday afternoon at Lynah Rink.

Following two scoreless periods, Cassandra Poudrier scored her first goal of the season 5:51 into the third to give Cornell (6-6-3, 5-2-2 ECAC Hockey) a 1-0 lead. Clarkson's Erin Ambrose tallied a power play goal at 12:37 to put the Golden Knights (13-6-2, 7-2-2 ECAC Hockey) on the board.


Late in the third, Cornell killed off a five-minute checking major against Emily Fulton to finish the game 6-7 on the penalty kill. Brielle Bellerive was called for a five-minute checking major and a game misconduct halfway through the overtime period, but the Red was unable to capitalize.

Shea Tiley recorded 20 saves for the Golden Knights.

The Big Red finish the regular season series against St. Lawrence and Clarkson with a record of 2-0-2.

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Friday, January 9, 2015
Ithaca, NY - Brianne Jenner notched two power play goals and Hannah Bunton tallied a shorthanded marker for the home team, but the Saints answered with three goals of its own in a 3-3 draw Friday night at Lynah Rink.

The Saints drew first blood at the 13:00 mark of the opening stanza on a goal from Jacqueline Wand; Jenner's first power play tally came shortly thereafter, at 14:19.


Tied 1-1 at the start of the second period, the Saints grabbed a 3-1 lead on two quick goals in the period's opening two minutes, leading Cornell head coach Doug Derraugh to call a timeout.

Cornell (6-6-2, 5-2-1 ECAC Hockey) was able to stabilize things from there, and clawed to within 3-2 on Jenner's second power play goal at 10:11 of the second. Bunton's game-tying shorthanded goal came at 16:07.

Freshman goalie Brooke Wolejko made 33 saves for the Saints (9-8-3, 5-3-2 ECAC Hockey), while sophomore Paula Voorheis stopped 20 shots for the Big Red.

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