|1st||8:59||CC||1-0||SH||Hunter Fejes (1)||-|
|1st||19:56||CC||2-0||EV||Alex Roos (1)||Sam Rothstein/1, Peter Stoykewych/1|
|2nd||0:25||CC||3-0||EV||Christian Heil (1)||Matt Hansen/1|
|2nd||6:12||ALH||1-3||PP||Brandon Carlson (1)||Cody Marooney/1, Doug Reid/1|
|2nd||16:26||ALH||2-3||EV||Frank Misuraca (1)||Brandon Carlson/1, Matt Salhany/1|
|2nd||18:26||ALH||3-3||EV||Brandon Carlson (2)||Frank Misuraca/1, Cody Marooney/2|
|3rd||14:34||CC||4-3||EV GW||Peter Stoykewych (1)||Peter Maric/3, Christian Heil/1|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Alabama Huntsville (0-2-0)||1/3||7/14||0|
|Colorado College (2-0-0)||0/6||4/8||1|
|Alabama Huntsville Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Matt Larose (L, 0-1-0)||59:57||4||13||19||9||41|
|Colorado College Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Tyler Marble (W, 2-0-0)||20:00||0||0||0||14||14|
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. | The University of Alabama in Huntsville (0-2) hockey team dropped the series finale to Colorado College (2-0) on Saturday night by a final score of 4-3 at World Broadmoor Arena.
Colorado College was first on the board for the second night in a row, as the Tigers' Hunter Fejes notched a short-handed goal at the 8:59 mark in the first period to put CC up 1-0. The Tigers added another goal late in the first by Alex Roos with four seconds left to take a 2-0 advantage into intermission.
The Tigers posted another goal 25 seconds into the second period by Christian Heil to make it a 3-0 CC lead, before the UAH offense took over in the second period.
Sophomore Brandon Carlson scored the second goal of his collegiate career on a power play at the 6:12 mark of the second period to cut the Tigers' lead to 3-1. Sophomores Cody Marooney and Doug Reid tallied assists on the score.
After a scoreless 10 minutes, junior Frank Misuraca buried his first goal of the season, assisted by Matt Salhany and Carlson, to bring the Colorado College lead to one with 3:26 remaining in the period. A mere two minutes lapsed until Carlson registered his second goal of the contest to tie the game at 3-3.
Despite allowing three goals in the first and second period, goalie Matt Larose played well in the crease and allowed UAH to mount the second-period comeback, as the sophomore notched 13 saves in the first period and 19 in the second. He went on to finish the game with 41 total saves.
Larose and the UAH defense held the game at 3-3 heading into the second intermission and throughout the majority of the third period. However, Colorado College broke the scoring silence with a goal by Peter Stoykewych at 14:34 to take a 4-3 lead which went on to be the night's final score.
Carlson set a career high with three points after his two goals and one assist against the Tigers. Marooney and Misuraca each totaled two points during the game for UAH. Marooney's two-point night was the first of his career, after assisting Carlson's first goal and Misuraca's score.
Defensively, the Chargers limited the Tigers to zero goals on power plays on Saturday. UAH has allowed one power-play goal in 12 chances in two games this season.
The Chargers will look ahead to the home opener at the Propst Arena at Von Braun Center on Oct. 17-18, when UAH will welcome WCHA opponent Bowling Green for a two-game series. Puck drops at 7:07 p.m. for both contests.