Yellowjackets report: UWS women's hockey tops Northland

The UWS men's hockey team lost 5-1 at UW-Eau Claire.

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Jamie Davidson's power-play goal near the mid-point of the game helped Wisconsin-Superior to a 3-1 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory over Northland in college women's hockey on Friday in Ashland.

Kailey Swerhun added an insurance tally in the third to cement the Yellowjackets' lead and their first WIAC win of the season.

Amanda Sergent scored in the first period and assisted on Davison's game-winner, while C.C. Hayes notched a pair of assists for UWS (4-2, 1-1 WIAC).

Molly Black made 15 saves for the Yellowjackets, who held a 42-16 shot advantage. UWS continues its road trip with a game Saturday afternoon at Wisconsin-Stevens Point.


Early goal doesn't hold up for UWS

Troy McTavish's game-opening goal at the 3:17 mark of the first period was as good as it got for Wisconsin-Superior in a 5-1 WIAC loss at Wisconsin-Eau Claire on Friday.


The Blugolds tied the game up less than three minutes afterward, then took the lead for good 90 seconds later. The hosts' lead held up despite their taking six consecutive minor penalties over the second and third periods.

Kyle Oleksiuk, Connor Szmul and Simon Sagissor had a goal and assist apiece for UWEC, which had a 33-22 edge in shots on goal.

Landon Pavlisin made 21 saves for UWS before being replaced by Myles Hektor (seven) early in the third period.

The Yellowjackets (3-2, 1-1 WIAC) return home today for a single game vs. tenth-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

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