Merrimack wins against New Hampshire in overtime

With no decisive score in regulation, Merrimack's home game against New Hampshire ran into overtime on Saturday. Merrimack snatched the win with a final score of 5-4.

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With no decisive score in regulation, Merrimack's home game against New Hampshire ran into overtime on Saturday. Merrimack snatched the win with a final score of 5-4.

Merrimack's Hayley Chang scored the game-winning goal.

The visiting team took the lead late in the first period, with a goal from Annie Berry.

The Warriors tied the game 1-1 with a goal from Hannah Corneliusen late into the first, assisted by Sophie McKinley.

Three goals were scored in the second period, and the Warriors led 3-2 going in to the third period.

Hayley Chang increased the lead to 4-2 early into the third period, assisted by Raice Szott.

Nicole Kelly narrowed the gap to 4-3 eight minutes later, assisted by Emily Rickwood and Marina Alvarez.

The Wildcats tied the score 4-4 with 40 seconds remaining of the third after a goal from Brianna Brooks, assisted by Shea Verrier and Emily Rickwood.

In overtime, it took 59 seconds before Hayley Chang scored the game-winner for the home team, assisted by Sam Lessick.

Coming up:

The Warriors hosts Vermont on Thursday at 6 p.m. CST. The Wildcats will face Boston College on Friday at 5 p.m. CST.