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Women’s hockey team wins back to back

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The Royals started their first 2-game win streak of the season.

By Taylor Fondie and Joe Hiti, Sports Reporters

Four Bethel University players scored, including two goals from sophomore forward Bri Stafne, in a 5-2 win over Northland College at the Bethel University Arena in Blaine. The Royals beat Northland 4-0 the night before. 

“We came into the second down by a goal and we all knew what we needed to do,” said Stafne, who scored in both the second and third periods.

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Freshman defender MiKayla Olson skates the puck into the offensive zone for the Royals against a Northland defender at Bethel University Arena in Blaine Jan. 5. Above, Royals sophomore forward Bri Stafne walks to the bench after the second intermission. | Photos by Taylor Fondie.

Freshman goalie Emily Auge made 34 saves on 36 shots in her first win of the season.

The Royals head into next weekend’s home-and-away series against Saint Benedict with a two-game win streak. 

“Keep the momentum coming,” Stafne said. “We haven’t won two games in a row, it’s exciting for all of us girls to feel that.”

 

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