The UNB Reds have extended their win streak to three with weekend wins over the Mount Allison Mounties and Université de Moncton Aigles Bleues, allowing them to secure a playoff position.
A hattrick from Danika Lefebvre led the UNB Reds to a 6-0 win over the Mount Allison Mounties Friday night. Other goals came from Cierra Thomas, Abby Sullivan and Olivia Rowinski. Reds goalie Brynn Nash finished the night with 7 saves for the shutout victory.
The Reds then edged the Aigles Bleues 3-2 in Fredericton Sunday afternoon. Lefebvre led UNB once again with a pair of goals in the victory. Rachael Burton also scored for the Reds in the win, with Catherine Dupuis adding two goals of her own for Moncton in the loss.
The Acadia Axewomen still remain undefeated on the season with a 9-0-2 record to sit in first place. They topped the Saint Mary's Huskies Friday evening with a 4-1 win. Acadia was led by Madicynn Harnish, Lauren Jodrey, Grace Longley and Jenna Boudreau who all found the back of the net, with Saint Mary's getting credited for a team goal in the loss.
The Axewomen then played to a 4-1 victory over the Universite de Moncton Aigles Bleues Saturday afternoon. Jenna Boudreau, Jayden Boudreau, Grace Longley and Alexandra Scovil got on the board for Acadia in the win, with Natalie Fleming earning the lone goal for Moncton.
The StFX X-Women also remain undefeated on the season as they handed the Cape Breton Capers just their second loss of the season with a 3-2 win on Saturday. Amanda Smith led the X-Women with two tallies in the win, with teammate Hannah Engdahl-Hawac also finding the back of the net. Alliyah Rowe scored two goals for the Capers in the loss.
The X-Women then hosted the Memorial Sea-Hawks in Antigonish Sunday afternoon where they played to a 2-2 draw. Holly O'Neill and Kristyn Lee found the back of the net for the Sea-Hawks while Amanda Smith and Talia Morin recorded tallies for the X-Women.
Despite their loss on Friday evening, the Capers bounced back against the Sea-Hawks Saturday. The Capers received goals from Rachel Leck and MacKenzie Smith in the victory, while Spencer Wilkins got on the board for Memorial.
The Panthers visited the Saint Mary's Huskies Saturday, evening a 2-1 victory. Braylan MacEachern led the Panthers with two goals in the win, while Fiorella Morales scored the lone goal for the Huskies in the loss.
The Dalhousie Tigers played just one game this weekend, blanking the Mounties 3-0 in Halifax Sunday afternoon. Maya Venkataraman led Dalhousie with a hattrick in the victory, earning Player of the Game honours for her efforts.
With just one week of the regular season remaining, the Axewomen, X-Women, Capers, Tigers, Reds and Sea-Hawks have all secured playoff positions.