The Wayne State women swept Union College in consecutive shutouts last week (Dec. 29-30) to up their overall record to 7-10-3.
The Warriors scored once in the first period, added two markers in the middle stanza and sealed the win with a three-goal third period in Wednesday's 6-0 whitewash.
Freshman Ashley King put Wayne State in front just 77 seconds into the contest (WSU's third fastest goal to start a game in school history).
Senior co-captain Kelly Zamora, freshman Kristy Leng, junior Emily McGrath-Agg, sophomore Laura Monk (goal, two assists) and senior Heidi Burns rounded out the scoring barrage.
WSU senior goalie Tina Thibideau stopped all 12 Union shots to earn her second career shutout.
Thursday, Wayne State freshman goalie Val Turcotte pitched an 11-save shutout in a 5-1 win.
Junior Jessica Haydahl scored two first-period goals to go along with singles from Zamora, Monk and King. Burns added two assists.
Wayne State concludes the non-conference portion of its 2004-05 schedule. All 12 games in 2005 for the Warriors will be against College Hockey America league opponents. WSU opens a four-game homestand on Jan. 15-16 against Mercyhurst.