NORTH DAKOTA SWEEPS BEMIDJI STATE WITH 6-2 VICTORY
Sophomore Jocelyne Lamoureux nets two goals and adds assist for Fighting Sioux

Jocelyne Lamoureux had two goals and an assist for UND

Three players recorded two goals a piece tonight as the eighth-ranked University of North Dakota women's hockey team went on to defeat Bemidji State 6-2 to complete the series sweep.

Holly Perkins scored her first goal of the game and of the year when she put away the rebound off of a blast from Monique Lamoureux-Kolls. Jocelyne Lamoureux closed out the first period with her first of the game. Both goals came in the last three minutes of the first period.

BSU's Zuzana Tomcikova showed her strength throughout the first period when she threw aside two big break away opportunities for the Fighting Sioux.

Bemidji State was able to find the back of the net at 8:55 in the second period with a goal from Annie Bauerfield. BSU's climb to catch up was short lived when UND's Holly Perkins pulled the puck off the side boards and took it to the net to record her second goal of the game and season, unassisted.

That goal put the Sioux up 3-1. Unable to score on the power play attempt, UND still found their way to the net shortly after BSU returned to full strength as Alyssa Wiebe started her power surge, scoring her first of two at 14:26 in the second. The Beavers would go into the locker room down three to begin the third period.

BSU switched goalies to start the third period as Alana McElhinney entered the game and faced a nightmare of a situation within the first minute. Jocelyne Lamoureux scored her second of the game in the first minute of the stanza off a perfectly patient play from sister Monique Lamoureux-Kolls right in front of the net. Had she not had a disallowed goal in the second period that would have been a hat-trick finish for Lamoureux. Erin Cody scored the only power play goal of the game late in the third period but her goal wasn't enough to start a rally late in the game.

UND's Stephanie Ney finished the game with 20 saves and her second win of the weekend.