Hawks Shutout 3-0 in CHC Play at Endicott

Gabby Petrisin, women's ice hockey

BEVERLY, Mass. – Gulls freshman Bailey Thieben (North Syracuse, N.Y.), in her first career game in goal, made 20 saves, recording her first career win and shutout, as the Endicott Gulls shutout the Becker Hawks, 3-0, on Saturday night in Colonial Hockey Conference action.



November 16, 2019

Raymond J. Bourque Arena

Score: Endicott 3 – Becker 0

Records: The Becker College Hawks 2-4-0 (1-3-0 CHC) | The Endicott College Gulls 5-1-0 (4-0-0 CHC)



A goal in each period provided the 3-0 win for Endicott on the night. A power-play goal got the scoring started on the second goal of the season for Gulls senior Jade Meier (Fairbanks, Alaska).

Meier fired a one-timer from the right-wing circle, over the blocker of Hawks goalie Amber Lee (Nashua, N.H.) to give Endicott a 1-0 lead.

Gulls sophomore Courtney Sullivan (North Yarmouth, Maine) scored her team-leading fourth goal of the season in the second period.

Sullivan crashed the net, scoring off a rebound at 10:54 to give the Gulls a 2-0 lead.

An early third period goal at 3:25 by senior Emma McDowell (Alexandria, Va.) capped off the scoring.

McDowell's first of the season came on a shot from the right-wing circle that appeared to deflect off a Hawks leg and into the goal, giving Endicott a 3-0 lead.



  • Lee made 34 saves for the Hawks, but the loss drops her to 1-2-0 this season.
  • Sophomore Clare Conway (Billerica, Mass.) led the team with five shots on goal.



  • Meier's goal gives her nine points in nine games this season.
  • Sullivan is up to six points with her goal.
  • McDowell boosts her point total to two this year.



The Hawks are back next Friday and Saturday for another CHC home-and-home series, this time facing the University of New England. Becker travels on Friday to UNE for a 4:00 p.m. game and returns to Worcester Ice Center on Saturday for a 6:40 p.m. puck drop. The Gulls have Salve Regina for a home-and-home series next Friday and Saturday.