No. 1 Bloomsburg rolls Kutztown
Aulenbach, DiSabatino each score two goals apiece
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. -- Bloomsburg (14-0, 7-0 PSAC East) extended its win streak to 14 games Thursday as they topped Kutztown (8-6, 3-4 PSAC East) 6-1. Amber Aulenbach registered two goals while Jenna DiSabatino came off the bench to score another two.
Amanda Riley broke a 0-0 tie at the 17:43 mark of the first half as she re-directed a pass from Cassie DiSabatino that beat the goalie on the right side for a 1-0 lead. Less than a minute later Jenna DiSabatino would make it 2-0 by slapping a shot in front of the net on a cross from teammate Lindsay Danz.
Nine minutes would go by before the Huskies struck again. Bloomsburg's Amber Aulenbach made it a 3-0 game as she rifled a shot that lifted in the air over the goalies head for a score.
Just over a minute later Jenna DiSabatino notched her second goal of the evening, registering an unassisted goal by slapping a shot past the goalie on the left side of the net. Bloomsburg would carry a 4-0 lead entering the half.
Three minutes into the second Riley broke free for a one-on-one opportunity with the goal. Riley cut to the left but was taken down by the Golden Bear goalie, producing a penalty stroke. Aulenbach took the penalty stroke, beating the goalie on the left side of the net for Bloomsburg's fifth goal of the game.
Less than two minutes later Brooke Simonovich scored her first goal of the night. Simonovich would re-direct a pass from Brittany Mathews in the air that beat the goalie on the left side for a 6-0 lead.
Kutztown would eventually get on the board at the 49:16 mark on a Emily Labowitz goal. Jenna Gregory was credited with the assist.
Bloomsburg goalie Meghan Hollenbach made three saves in 70 minutes of action while Emily Falko of Kutztown came up with 11 saves. The Huskies out-shot the Golden Bears 20-4, with only three shots not making their way on frame.