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Morrisville Mustangs teammates earn SUNYAC honors

Morrisville Mustangs Women’s Hockey teammates Hailee Easson and Maggie Jones were selected for this week’s SUNYAC weekly honors.

The Morrisville Mustangs Women’s Hockey Team (8-5-0 overall, 3-3-0 SUNYAC) won both games they played last week. On Tuesday, the Mustangs defeated Alvernia 5-0 on the road. They returned home on Friday and beat SUNYAC rival Canton 3-2. The SUNYAC took notice of two Mustangs in particular in those wins as reflected in this week’s weekly honors. Forward Hailee Easson was named the SUNYAC Player of the Week, while Maggie Jones is the reigning SUNYAC Goaltender of the Week.

In Tuesday’s win over Alvernia, Easson registered one goal and one assist with five shots (the goal was shorthanded). In Friday’s come-from-behind victory against Canton, Easson set up both of Allie Davidson’s third-period goals – the second of which was the game-winner with under one minute remaining in the game. She totaled one goal and three assists for both games.

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In thirteen games played the season, Easson has four goals and seven assists along with fifty-five shots. The junior forward is tied for the team lead assists, second in points, and tied for second in goals.

Jones did not play in the win over Alvernia but was instrumental in the defeat of Canton. She made thirty-two saves and posted an impressive 0.941 save percentage.

The sophomore netminder has a record of 3-4-0 so far this season, with a 2.13 GAA, 0.944 save percentage, and one shutout.

For more information about Morrisville Mustangs hockey, visit https://morrisvillemustangs.com.

In this episode of the Central New York Hockey Report Podcast college hockey is back in Central New York and to help look at the second half of the season is Chris Sugar of the D-III Hockey News! We’ll look at the outlook for Utica, Hamilton College, Oswego, and Morrisville! Colgate hockey is also back, we’ll go over the Women’s team’s Battle at the Burgh championship and preview the Men’s team series against Maine! Also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon Music.
🥅 Intro + an inside look at The Full 60: 00:00 – 5:09.
🥅 Oswego St. Lakers Men’s Hockey: 5:10 – 14:22.
🥅 Utica Pioneers Men’s Hockey: 14:23 – 19:17.
🥅 Hamilton College Continentals Men’s Hockey: 19:19 – 23:10.
🥅 Morrisville Mustangs Men’s Hockey: 23:11 – 25:40.
🥅 Hamilton College Continentals Women’s Hockey: 28:16 – 34:02.
🥅 Utica Pioneers Women’s Hockey: 34:04 – 39:40.
🥅 Morrisville Mustangs Women’s Hockey: 39:41 – 46:16.
🥅 Oswego St. Lakers Women’s Hockey: 46:17 – 50:29.
🥅 Colgate Raiders Men’s + Women’s Hockey: 50:45 – 58:29.
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