The Wayne State Warriors losing streak reached three games after a pair of losses at #6 Boston University over the weekend.
Freshman sniper Marie-Philip Poulin four goals paced the Terriers in Friday’s 7-2 victory over the Warriors.
Jenn Wakefield, Kasey Boucher, and Tara Watchorn also scored and Kerrin Sperry stopped 14 shots as BU won their third straight game.
Lauren Ragen and Alyssa Baldin each scored even strength goals for the Warriors (2-4-0).
Delayne Brian started between the pipes for Wayne St and stopped 35 shots in just over 52 minutes of play. Freshman Lisa Marshall played the last 7:53 of the game and turned aside the only shot she faced in her first colligate game.
BU outshot WSU 43-16 in the contest.
The Warriors led early on Saturday, but gave up four unanswered goals in a 4-1 loss to Boston U at the Walter Brown Arena.
Julie Ingratta (pictured) lit the lamp in an unassisted 4-on-4 situation at 15:03 of the first period for the Warriors first lead of the weekend.
After scoring just six goals in her freshman season a year ago, the marker was already Ingratta’s team high fifth marker of the season.
Holly Lorms, Wakefield, Jenelle Kohanchuk, and Jill Cardella scored for BU.
Delayne Brian started her sixth straight game in net for WSU and stopped 40 of 44 shots.
Sperry stopped 24 in net for the Terriers.
The Warriors brutal eight-game road trip rolls into Hamilton, NY for a two game set with the Colgate Raiders on Friday and Saturday.
Photo courtesy Mark Hicks / Westside Photography