Women’s Hockey Cruises Past Anna Maria, 9-0

Women’s Hockey Cruises Past Anna Maria, 9-0

EAST BOSTON – Tess Adams had a hand in six of Suffolk women's hockey nine goals to lead 11 Rams with at least one point in an offensive onslaught, 9-0, victory over Anna Maria Wednesday night at Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Rink. 

SCORE: Suffolk 9 | Anna Maria 0
RECORDS: Suffolk (4-3-0) | Anna Maria (1-4-0)  

Suffolk scored four goals in the first and second periods, respectively, and added one in the third for good measure to cruise past Anna Maria.  


  • Kristen Caporusso picked up five saves in the cleansheet. 
  • Gabriella Gibson and Gabrielle Ohanesian split time in net for the AMCATs. The former made 22 saves, while the latter picked up 18 stops.  



  • Suffolk remains undefeated all-time versus Anna Maria, improving to 2-0-0 all-time versus the AMCATS.
  • The Rams have shutout the AMCATS in each of the two meetings in the all-time series. 
  • Suffolk has outscored Anna Maria 13-0. 
  • The 11 skaters who recorded a point are the most for Suffolk in a single game. 
  • Adams dished out a career-high five assists, the most by a Suffolk women's hockey player to finish with a personal-best six points, also a game-high for a Ram. 
  • Johnston's two goals and points are each a career-high for the freshman. 
  • Duff matched a personal-best in points and assists with two handouts.
  • Dockus' produced career-highs in goals (2), assists (2) and points (4).
  • Kennedy registered personal-bests in goals (2) and points (3).
  • Donahue has dished out one assist in each of the last two games. The one handout is a career-best for the rookie.
  • Dowd and Tietz recorded their first collegiate points with one goal and one assist, respectively.
  • Cote put together a multi-point game for the second time in her career.
  • Johnston had career-highs in goals (2) and points (2). 


Suffolk returns to NEHC action this weekend with the Rams on the road for a pair of conference clashes. The blue-and-gold will first visit Johnson & Wales Friday, Nov. 16 for a 3:55 p.m. puck drop, before traveling to UMass Boston Saturday, Nov. 17 for a 3 p.m. tilt.