Fast Start Fuels Ice Hockey to 2-1 Victory Over Framingham State

BOX SCORE

When and Where: November 9, 2019 – Framingham, Mass. (Loring Arena)
Score: Southern New Hampshire 2, Framingham State University 1
Records: SNHU 3-1, FSU 0-2

Sophomores Joe Fiorino (Willow Grove, Pa.) and Travis Quigley (North Babylon, N.Y.) each registered first-period goals, and classmate Alec Marshall (Nashua, N.H.) turned aside 29 shots to lead the Southern New Hampshire University ice hockey team to a 2-1 victory over Framingham State University on Saturday night.

STANDOUT PERFORMERS

  • In his first action of the season, Marshall held the Rams scoreless for the first 56:07 of the contest. His 29 saves mark the second-highest single game total of his career.

KEY MOMENT

  • After Fiorino staked the Penmen to a 1-0 lead 3:08 into the contest, Quigley potted the game-winner at 6:29 of the opening stanza off a feed from freshman Andrew Ray (Cumberland, Maine).

INSIDE THE BOX SCORE

  • Sophomore Dominic DiMambro (Troy, Mich.) tallied a helper on Fioriono's goal to open the contest.
  • Trevor Lewandoski set up Sören Colstrup for the lone Framingham State goal.
  • Southern New Hampshire outshot the Rams, 55-30, over the duration of the contest. After posting 14 shots in the first, the Penmen went for 21 in the second and 20 in the third.
  • Blake Carlson was tagged with the loss despite stopping 53 shots in the setback.
  • Both sides were assessed five penalties and 10 minutes worth of misdeeds. Neither side was able to convert a powerplay opportunity.

NOTES

  • Marshall moves to 2-0 in his career against Framingham State after a 22-save performance in his collegiate debut on November 6 of last season. The Penmen won the game, 4-1, in front of a raucous crowd at the Ice Den.
  • Fiorino's goal moved him into sole possession of the team lead in points with five. Fiorino's goal was his first of the season after notching four assists through the first three contests.
  • Quigley's goal was his first of the season and second of his career.
  • SNHU improves to 25-13-1 all time against Framingham State and are unbeaten against the Rams in their last seven outings (6-0-1) dating back to 2012-13.

WHAT'S NEXT

  • Southern New Hampshire is idle until Friday (November 15) when it heads to Post University for a weekend set beginning at 7:30 p.m.

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