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The Huskies scored once more in the third period with a goal from Renner, which was assisted by Silva and junior center Shelby Herrington.
Merrimack scored the final goal of the game with just 15 seconds left in regulation with another goal from Voight.
“We competed harder,” Coach David Flint said after the game, in comparison to their loss to Merrimack a couple of weeks ago. “We’re still not executing great […], but we got some goals from different players, which was good to see.”
The Huskies got more good news regarding their team on Monday. Kendall Coyne, a Northeastern alumna who played for the women’s hockey team, was named Best Female Athlete at The Globies, an awards show hosted by the Boston Globe.
Coyne was also awarded the 2016 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award and was named a Top 30 finalist for the NCAA Woman of the Year in October.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics