The Weekly Countdown

35 Brendon Pineda dropped 35 points on the road against Wayne State last Friday night shooting 80 percent on field goals, but the Bulldogs were unable to come out of their road trip with a win, falling to both Wayne State and No. 2 Augustana.


4 Future Bulldog and Minnesota native Sydney Brodt had four points in the 016 International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Women's World Championship. (3 goals, 1 assist). Women’s head hockey coach Maura Crowell was an assistant coach on team USA, which won gold after rallying from two goals down to beat Canada in overtime.

3 In six games against the top three teams in the NCHC (St. Cloud State, North Dakota and Denver) the men’s hockey team has scored just three goals, going (0-4-2) against them. However, UMD’s lone goal in last Saturday’s 1-1 tie with SCSU was enough to give the Huskies their first tie of the season.

2 In both games this weekend, the women’s hockey team scored a goal with a 6-on-5 advantage after puling their goalie late in the game. Overall, three of their four goals scored this weekend came within the last 2:30 of the third period.

1 Track & Field sophomore Josh Peterson finished first in the 3,000 meter run with a time of 8:51.78, at the Minnesota Open on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus. Emilee Trost of the women’s Track & Field program also finished first in the 3,00 meter run with a personal best time of 9:46.81.

0 Both the men’s and women’s hockey teams, as well as both men’s and women’s basketball teams, each played two games this past weekend. Not one team came out of the weekend with a win (0-7-1). Five of UMD’s eight overall opponents were nationally ranked.


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