The Oswego State women’s hockey team dropped their contest against Elmira by a score of 4-1. With the loss, the Lakers fall to 2-1 overall while the Soaring Eagles open their season with a win.
During the first period, Oswego struggled on the penalty kill as two of Elmira’s three goals came on the power play. The Soaring Eagles finished 3-8 in power play opportunities while the Lakers failed to capitalize, going 0-8. Oswego’s lone goal came with just under two minutes left in the game off the stick of Jean-Marie Padden with assists by Natalie Giglio and Victoria Blake.
Goalie, Mariah Madrigal, finished with a season high 33 saves for the Lakers while playing the full 60 minutes.
Oswego will be back in action next Saturday at 3 p.m when they take on Buffalo State for Military Appreciation Night.