UMD Women’s Hockey Falls to Penn State in First Game of DI in D.C. Tournament

Anna Klein scored both goals for the Bulldogs and is now at 49 career goals.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The UMD women’s hockey team gave up two goals in the third period as Penn State got the 3-2 win to open the DI in D.C. Tournament.

Penalties were an issue as UMD committed nine, including a game misconduct from Kylie Hanley. Anna Klein scored both goals for the Bulldogs and is now at 49 career goals, while Gabbie Hughes and Elizabeth Giguere had assists on both goals. Emma Soderberg finished with 22 saves.

UMD falls to 6-5 on the season and will wrap up the tournament on Saturday taking on St. Lawrence. Puck drop is set for 1:30 p.m.

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