FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Midland University faced former conference foe Colorado State University on Friday night as they began a three-game road trip in Colorado. The Warriors came away with the 4-0 victory to continue their stretch of good games since the turning of the calendar.
Andrea Schreiber picked up the clean sheet along with the Midland defense as she stop an even dozen shots that reached her pads. On the other side of the ice the Warriors shelled the Rams’ goalie with 51 shots on net, lighting the lamp four times.
After an uneventful first period that saw no scoring and only one penalty, a two-minute minor by Colorado State, the Warriors got on the board midway through the second frame. Mylie Ketterson scored the eventual game-winner at the 10:27 mark of the period.
In the third the Warriors would build upon their lead scoring three times in the first half of the time.
Maggie Marcotte scored first as Ketterson and Kenzie Bertolas assisted on 3:13 goal. Just over minutes later Karenna Grothmann scored an unassisted goal at the 9:57 mark. She would remain on the ice after and found the back the net again as Tieryn Arens found her a mere seven seconds later for the fourth and final goal of the night.
In addition to the shutout win the Warriors were able to stay completely out of the penalty box as they took zero penalties compared to four by the Rams.
Midland (13-12) will be back on the ice on Saturday and Sunday as they make the short drive south to take on another former conference foe in the University of Denver. Puck drop is set for 9:30 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. locally at Joy Burns Arena.