|2nd||0:19||CC||1-0||EV||Sam Rothstein (4)||Teemu Kivihalme/7, Luc Gerdes/8|
|2nd||8:34||ALH||1-1||PP||Adam Wilcox (3)||Jack Prince/4, Jetlan Houcher/2|
|3rd||2:56||ALH||2-1||EV GW||Richard Buri (1)||Brennan Saulnier/9, Frank Misuraca/3|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Colorado College (4-16-0)||0/5||3/6||0|
|Alabama Huntsville (4-12-2)||1/3||6/23||0|
|Colorado College Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Jacob Nehama (L, 4-9-0)||58:31||2||8||12||11||31|
|Alabama Huntsville Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Matt Larose (W, 2-4-0)||59:21||1||13||13||9||35|
HUNTSVILLE | The University of Alabama in Huntsville hockey team topped Colorado College 2-1 in the non-conference series finale at the Von Braun Center on Saturday night to finalize the 2015 calendar year's slate. UAH improves to 4-12-2, while CC dips to 4-16-0.
After a scoreless opening period that featured 13 saves by UAH starting goalie Matt Larose, Colorado College was able to break the scoreless tie just 19 seconds into the second frame with a goal by Sam Rothstein.
The Chargers bounced back later in the second with Adam Wilcox's second goal - a redirected tally off a shot by Jack Prince - of the series coming on a power play at 8:34. Both Prince and freshman Jetlan Houcher were credited with helpers on the play.
Near the end of the second period, Hans Gorowsky received a five-minute major and a game misconduct for checking from behind, but the Chargers were able to stave off the CC man-advantage to keep the game tied 1-1 after 40 minutes of play.
Sophomore Richard Buri was then able to net the game-winning goal at 2:56 of the third period, which was his first marker of the 2015-16 season. Buri was assisted by Brennan Saulnier and Frank Misuraca on the tally.
Larose's record improved to 2-4-0 on the campaign, after stopping 35 of 36 Colorado College shots and holding the Tigers scoreless in five power-play opportunities.
The Chargers totaled 33 shots on goal in the contest, led by Max McHugh with four shots on target. Defensively, Brandon Parker posted a season-best seven blocks, followed by Misuraca's six.
UAH returns to action early in the New Year with the program's second-ever trip to Grand Forks, North Dakota to take on UND on Jan. 1-2.