The Wayne State women (4-6-2) dropped its third consecutive game, falling 7-2 at St. Cloud State on Friday afternoon, but rebounded for a 3-2 win the next day.
On Friday, the host Huskies led 3-0 after 20 minutes, but the Warriors battled back in the second period and pulled within two goals at 3-1 when freshman right wing Kristy Leng scored her third goal of the season and first career power-play goal at the 18:35 mark. Sophomore left wing Laura Monk recorded her team-leading eighth assist, while senior center and co-captain Kelly Zamora earned her 43rd career helper.
WSU senior center Cheryl Anderson scored her second goal of the campaign at the 4:19 mark of the third period off assists from senior left wing Heidi Burns and junior right wing Jessica Haydahl.
Freshman goalie Valery Turcotte was credited with 15 saves, while Huskie netminder Kendall Newell stopped 22 of WSU's 24 shots.
Saturday, freshman Ashley King's goal 7:18 into the third period snapped a 2-2 tie and senior goalie Tina Thibideau made 21 saves for the win. Haydahl and Zamora also scored for the visitors from Motown.
The Warriors are off next weekend, but are back on the ice Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 27-28) for a two-game set at home against Cornell.