No. 18 Michigan Spoils Senior Night for the Hoosiers in Overtime.
March 30, 2013
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - A career game from freshman goalie Mary Campbell couldn't stop No. 18 Michigan from spoiler senior day in an 8-7 overtime win against No. 12 Indiana at the Councilman-Billingsly Aquatic Center.
The neck-and-neck battle started with Michigan throwing the first strike. Freshman Mary Campbell got the start for the Hoosiers in goal and was able to hold the Wolverines within one the rest of the match, despite a stalling Indiana offense.
Campbell finished the overtime thriller with a career high 15 saves on 30 shots on goal. Her previous career high of 13 came in the Hoosiers last home match against Washington and Jefferson Feb. 14. Campbell only allowed eight goals go against the Hoosiers in 38 minutes of play and added one assist and one steal as well.
Every goal from the Hoosiers was counteracted by Michigan, and the third quarter ended tried at 4-4. Not even eight more minutes of playing time was able to add much separation, senior Jakie Kohli was able to score the final goal of regulation time for Indiana, and the conference opponents headed to overtime tied at 7-7.
The lone senior honored at Senior Day, Kohli scored two of Indiana's seven goals, adding one assist and three steals. Kohli's parents were in from Burnaby, B.C., Canada to watch their daughter be honored as one of Indiana's all-time greats. Kohli is 16 goals shy of breaking the all-time scoring record at IU. She currently has 55 on the season and 231 for her career.
A single goal from Michigan in the first overtime period held off Indiana's comeback and the Wolverines snuck away with an 8-7 win over their conference rival. Indiana is now 16-12 (3-2) heading into the CWPA Western Championships which will be held in Cleveland, Ohio in two weeks.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1OT 2OT Final Indiana 2 0 2 3 0 0 7 Michigan 1 0 3 3 1 0 8
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