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College women’s hockey: Power, McCoy lead No. 6 Gustavus to shutout of St. Scholastica

Saints were first team in school history to compete in MIAC tournament semifinals.

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ST. PETER, Minn. — Brooke Power scored the first two goals to lead No. 6 Gustavus Adolphus to a 5-0 victory over St. Scholastica in the MIAC women’s hockey tournament semifinals Wednesday night before 821 at Lund Arena.

Emily Olson and Hannah Gray each contributed a goal and an assist and Katie McCoy only had to make 10 saves to notch the shutout for the first-seeded Gusties (21-3-2), who had a commanding 38-10 advantage in shots on goal.

Sophomore Ashlea Arvidson (29 saves) and senior Lori Huseby of Babbitt (four saves) combined for 33 saves for the fourth-seeded Saints (12-10-2).

Gustavus will host Hamline at 2 p.m. Saturday for the MIAC championship.

CSS, which was held scoreless in three of its final four road games, was the first Saints athletic program to compete in a MIAC semifinal.

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