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Posted: March 6th, 2014

College Hockey America Tournament schedule
at Mercyhurst Ice Center
Semifinals – Today

No. 1 Mercyhurst (22-7-4) vs. No. 4 Syracuse (20-12-3), 4 p.m.
No. 2 Robert Morris (24-7-3) vs. No. 3 Rochester Institute of Technology (17-15-3), 7:30 p.m.
Championship game – Saturday
Mercyhurst-Syracuse winner vs. RMU-RIT winner, 3 p.m.

*** On the air: (live stream), (real-time statistics)

Teams at a glance
* Mercyhurst - The Lakers have won 11-of-12 CHA tournament championships under head coach Michael Sisti. … They are 26-0-2 all time against Syracuse, including 1-0-1 this season. Mercyhurst beat the Orange 1-0 in the 2013 CHA title game. … They are unbeaten in nine straight games, which is the third longest in NCAA Division I this season. … The Lakers play better with a lead, as they are 2-6-1 when trailing in the third period and 2-1-3 when tied after two periods. … Senior F Christine Bestland ranks fifth nationally with 1.52 points per game. … Senior F Christie Cicero needs two points to reach the 100 mark for her career.
* Syracuse - The Orange swept Lindenwood in an opening-round series last weekend behind scoring from eight different players. … They have three wins against nationally ranked teams (Boston College, Northeastern and Robert Morris). … Sophomore F Melissa Piancentini leads the team with 17 goals and 29 points. … Senior G Jenesica Drinkwater (16-6-1 record, 1.82 goals-against average, .929 save percentage, 4 shutouts).
* Robert Morris - The Colonials won the 2012 conference title by beating Mercyhurst under head coach Paul Colontino, a former associate coach under Lakers head coach Michael Sisti. … RMU won three of four regular-season meetings with semifinal opponent Rochester Institute of Technology. … The Colonials swept Penn State in the first round. … Freshman F Brittany Howard leads the team with 41 points (17 goals, 24 assists), followed by junior F Rebecca Vint with 23 goals and 40 points.
* RIT - The Tigers have won five straight games, their longest streak as a D-I program. … Junior G Ali Binnington leads the conference (and ranks sixth nationally) with a .940 save percentage and is tied for second in CHA (11th in the nation) with a 1.82 GAA. She has stopped 147-of-151 shots during the Tigers’ current win streak. … Junior F Marissa Maugeri leads the way with 27 points (9 goals, 18 assists).

- Victor Fernandes

Posted: February 10th, 2014

Meghan Agosta (Contributed photo/

Four years later, Christine Bestland still looks on in awe as Meghan Agosta-Marciano works her magic.
The former Mercyhurst University hockey star’s knack for making everything on and off the ice appear easy never gets old for Bestland, her former Lakers teammate.
That’s because Bestland, now the Lakers’ senior captain who has played alongside Agosta at Canadian National Team camps, has witnessed the secret to the three-time Olympian and two-time gold-medal winner’s success. “She has talent that came easy to her,” Bestland said. “But you know behind the scenes she’s working hard.”
Agosta, a leader on a Canadian National Team vying for a fourth

Christine Bestland (Contributed/Mercyhurst University)

straight Olympic gold medal in Sochi, Russia, always has been arguably the most gifted athlete in the sport every step of the way – a phenom, as Lakers head coach Michael Sisti said. She was “a better skater than most of the other players, if not all the other players,” he said. “What separates her from almost any female player in the world is her first three strides. She obviously has great skills, great hands, a good mind for the game. But I think those three steps enable her to get to pucks and possess the puck so much more than everyone else.”
Then add in the skill, work ethic and desire to take her game to the highest level, which has Agosta on the path to being the most decorated player in women’s hockey history.

Michael Sisti (Contributed/Mercyhurst University)

“That was her goal – to be regarded as one of the best,” Sisti said of Agosta-Marciano, who holds several NCAA career records, including the most goals (157) and points (300). She’s the only player in the NCAA era to top the 300-point mark. She also has a most valuable player award in the Olympics, earned at the 2010 Games in Vancouver after scoring a record nine goals in the tournament. Agosta, a native of Leamington, Ontario, has earned 13 medals – eight of them gold – in international events – over the past decade.
Agosta turns 27 on Wednesday, the day Canada meets the rival United States in a key preliminary-round game in Sochi, Russia. So Sisti figures she could play in another two or three Olympics in the future. “That would be just amazing to see,” he said. “It’s been great for us just watching her grow, mature and get better every year.”
Bestland, 21, a native of Brunkild, Manitoba, played alongside Agosta at a national team camp in Calgary this past summer. “She’s improved even more,” Bestland said.
Perhaps the best is yet to come from Agosta. “With everything she’s accomplished,” Sisti said, “she certainly has earned the right to be considered one of (the best) players.”

- Victor Fernandes

Olympic women’s hockey
Who: Canada (2-0) vs. United States (2-0)
When: Wednesday, 7 a.m.
Where: Sochi, Russia
TV: NBC Sports Network*
* DirecTV – Channel 220, DISH Network – Channel 159, Time Warner Cable – Channel 324
Note: Former Mercyhurst star Meghan Agosta-Marciano has one point, a goal, in two games.

Check out this preview of Canada’s preliminary-round game against United States on Wednesday from The Toronto Globe and Mail…

Check out this video about the rivalry between Canada and the U.S.

Posted: February 7th, 2014

Rochester Institute of Technology (13-12-3, 8-4-2 CHA) at No. 10 Mercyhurst (17-7-3, 10-3-1)
When: Today, 7 p.m.; Saturday, 2 p.m.
Where: Mercyhurst Ice Center
On the air: (live stream), (real-time statistics)
What to expect: Mercyhurst moved into a first-place tie with Robert Morris in the College Hockey America standings with a two-game sweep of Syracuse and the Colonials’ two-game split with Lindenwood last weekend. RIT is three points behind in third. All three teams have six regular-season games left. … The Lakers have won three straight games. … They are 8-3-2 this season at Mercyhurst Ice Center. … They have won six of seven career meetings with RIT, but the loss occurred in a two-game split at MIC in November. … Senior F Christine Bestland (14 goals, 25 assists, 39 points) ranks among the top five in NCAA Division I with 1.44 points per game. She leads an offense that stands fifth nationally with 3.41 goals scored per game. The Lakers also rank ninth at 1.96 goals against per game. … The Tigers are unbeaten in their past four games (3-0-1), and are 4-2-2 in the second half to move above the .500 mark. … Freshman F Mackenzie Stone has five goals this season – all game-winners. … Freshman G Brooke Stoddart, the CHA’s reigning rookie of the week, stopped 31-of-33 shots and earned her first collegiate win in two games against Penn State last weekend. … Fans attending tonight’s game are entered into a special giveaway featuring a $300 prize, two $100 prizes and a a ski or golf package at Peek’n Peak Resort & Spa in Findley Lake, N.Y.

- Victor Fernandes

Check out head coach Michael Sisti‘s preview of this weekend’s series here

Posted: January 25th, 2014

Kaleigh Chippy scored two goals and Shelby Bram added a goal and two assists to lead the Mercyhurst women’s hockey team to a 5-3 College Hockey America win over No. 8 Robert Morris today in front of 675 fans at Mercyhurst Ice Center. The Lakers (15-7-3, 8-3-1 CHA) salvaged a split of the two-game series, while RMU (20-4-2, 9-2-1) had its 14-game overall and eight-game conference unbeaten streaks snapped with its first loss in two months. Molly Byrne added three assists for the Lakers, which held RMU without a shot on goal for the opening 23 minutes, 1 seconds of the game.

Check out post-game interviews with Chippy and head coach Michael Sisti by clicking on the links…

Posted: January 23rd, 2014

No. 8 Robert Morris (19-3-2, 8-1-1 CHA) at Mercyhurst (14-6-3, 7-2-1)
When: Today, 7 p.m.; Saturday, 2 p.m.
Where: Mercyhurst Ice Center
On the air: (live stream), (real-time statistics)
What to expect: Mercyhurst plays for the first time since a loss and tie at home against nationally ranked Cornell two weeks ago, which snapped a season-high, seven-game winning streak. … The Lakers have won five straight in College Hockey America play. … The Lakers received 10 votes in the latest Division I poll, seven points outside of the top 10. … Senior F Christine Bestland stands third on the Lakers’ career scoring list with 207 points. She needs 19 to pass Jesse Scanzano (225 points from 2007-11) for second place. Bestland ranks fifth on the school’s goals list with 83. She could move as high as second, as she trails Scanzano (85), Bailey Bram (87 from 2008-12) and Valerie Chouinard (91 from 2005-09). Bestland also could move as high as second in assists. She stands third with 124, only 16 behind Scanzano (140). … RMU head coach Paul Colontino, who served on Mercyhurst head coach Michael Sisti‘s staff from 2006-11, has the most wins in program history (53). … The Colonials are 7-6-1 in their last 14 games against the Lakers after losing the first 27 meetings in the all-time series. … They are 7-0-2 on the road this season, with a goal differential of more than two goals per game (2.89 goals scored and 0.67 goals against). … Freshman F Brittany Howard (12-20-32) leads all rookies in the nation in points and points per game (1.39). … Former Colonials G Brianne McLaughlin (2005-09) will represent the United States at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, next month.

- Victor Fernandes

Posted: December 4th, 2013

Mercyhurst women’s hockey coach Michael Sisti has signed three players – defenseman Callie Paddock and forwards Brooke Hartwick and Kirsten Miller – to national letters of intent. All three will join the Lakers for the 2014-15 season, and will fill the roster spots of current senior forwards Christine Bestland, Christie Cicero and Kaleigh Chippy.
Hartwick, 17, a native of Thorndale, Ontario, had 19 goals and 34 points in 38 games with the Bluewater Jr. Hawks from Strathroy, Ontario, a season ago. She won gold with Team Ontario Red at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship in Calgary, Alberta, last month. She also was invited to Canada’s Under-18 strength and conditioning camp and Under-18 selection camp this year. Miller, 17, of Oakville, Ontario, won a national title in 2012 with Ontario’s U18 team and a silver medal last month.
Miller, who joined Hartwick at Canada’s U18 selection camp, played for the Oakville Jr. Hornets in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League. Paddock, 17, plays for the St. Mary’s Academy Prep Flames on the midget AAA level.

Posted: October 17th, 2013

The Mercyhurst women’s hockey team will hold its annual Beef & Beatles fundraiser on Oct. 26. Tickets to the all-day event cost $50, and gain admission to the team’s 2 p.m. against Maine at Mercyhurst Ice Center, a meet-and-greet at 5 p.m. at Egan Dining Hall, a steak dinner and open bar at 6 p.m., live auction at 7 p.m. and an evening of music, dancing and drinks starting at 8 p.m.
Some of the auction items available include:
* Jeff Skinner-signed Carolina Hurricanes sweater (his sister, Jillian Skinner, is a freshman defenseman with the Lakers)
* Framed poster of the 1979-1983 New York Islanders (sophomore forward Jaclyn Arbour‘s grandfather, Al Arbour, was the legendary coach of those four Stanley Cup championship teams)
* Golf outing for three with Lakers coach Michael Sisti at Lawrence Park Golf Club
* Jersey and plaque signed by former Lakers star Meghan Agosta-Marciano
* Peek ‘n Peak overnight stay and ski package

For more information, contact Lakers assistant coach Delaney Collins at (814) 824-3019 or Head to to register.

Posted: March 21st, 2013

NCAA Women’s Frozen Four schedule
at Ridder Arena – Minneapolis, Minn.
Semifinals – Friday

No. 1 Minnesota (39-0-0) vs. No. 4 Boston College (27-6-3), 6 p.m.
Mercyhurst (29-6-1) vs. No. 3 Boston University (27-5-3), 9 p.m.
Championship game – Sunday
Semifinal winners, 4 p.m.
Note: All three games will be streamed live on WMCE-FM/88.5 will broadcast Mercyhurst’s game tonight and Sunday’s championship game (if the Lakers advance).

Frozen Four teams at a glance
Mercyhurst Lakers (29-6-1)
Michael Sisti, 14th season (363-98-30)
Players to watch: Jr. F Christine Bestland (28 goals, 41 assists, 69 points), Sr. G Stephanie Ciampa (19-1-0 record, 1.37 goals-against average, .937 save percentage, 4 shutouts), Fr. F Jenna Dingeldein (14-27-41), Fr. F Emily Janiga (19-21-40), So. D Molly Byrne (8-24-32)
Frozen Four facts: Has reached the Frozen Four for the third time (2009-10, 2013) during a NCAA-record nine straight appearances in the national playoffs, but has never won a national championship. … Has a 1-2 Frozen Four record, with the lone win coming against Minnesota in the 2009 semifinals. … Lost to Wisconsin in the 2009 title game. … Lost to Cornell in the 2010 semifinals at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis, site of this weekend’s Frozen Four. … Has a 4-7 record in the NCAA playoffs. … Has a 4-2 all-time record against Boston University, tonight’s semifinal opponent, including a 4-2 national quarterfinal loss in Boston in their last meeting (March 12, 2011).
Outlook: The Lakers are decided underdogs as the only unseeded team in the field. But is this the year they claim their first national title?

No. 3 Boston University Terriers (27-5-3)
Brian Durocher, 8th season (158-92-37)
Players to watch: Jr. F Marie-Philip Poulin (17 goals, 34 assists, 51 points), Jr. G Kerrin Sperry (23-4-3 record, 2.19 goals-against average, .914 save percentage, 4 shutouts), Sr. F Isabel Menard (15-29-44), Sr. F Jenelle Kohanchuk (23-20-43), Fr. F Sarah Lefort (23-19-42)
Frozen Four facts: Has reached the Frozen Four for the second time and the NCAA playoffs for the fourth straight time in the program’s eight-year history. … Reached the Frozen Four in 2011 at Erie Insurance Arena (beat Cornell 4-1 in the semifinal, but lost 4-1 to Wisconsin in the title game. … Lost to Cornell 8-7 in overtime in the 2012 quarterfinals. … Tied a school record for wins in a season. … Poulin was named to the Canadian Women’s National Team that will play in the IIHF Women’s World Championship next month in Ottawa, Ontario. … Menard transferred from Syracuse, Mercyhurst’s College Hockey America rival, after her sophomore season.
Outlook: The Terriers have another shot at the national title that slipped away in Erie two years ago. Mercyhurst stands in their way.

No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers (39-0-0)
Brad Frost, 5th season (145-36-16)
Players to watch: Jr. F Amanda Kessel (44 goals, 53 assists, 97 points), Sr. G Noora Raty (36-0-0 record, 0.88 goals-against average, .959 save percentage, 17 shutouts), Fr. F Hannah Brandt (31-49-80), Sr. D Megan Bozek (20-35-55), Fr. F Maryanne Menefee (16-19-35)
Frozen Four facts: Have won three national championships (2004, 2005, 2012) in nine trips to the Frozen Four (2002-06, 2009-10, 2012). … Was led in 2012 by Jen Schoullis, a Girard native who now plays for the Boston Blades (CWHL) and the United States National Team. … Has a 47-game winning streak. … Needed three overtimes to beat WCHA rival North Dakota in the quarterfinals. … Has all three finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, which honors the national player of the year (Bozek, Kessel and Raty). … Has won 21 games by shutout. .. Has outscored opponents 207-31. … Lost in the semifinals in the Frozen Four’s last trip to Ridder Arena in Minneapolis in 2010.
Outlook: The Golden Gophers are the clear favorite to win the natioal title on their home ice. They also have all the pressure on their shoulders.

No. 4 Boston College Eagles (27-6-3)
Katie King Crowley, 6th season (119-61-34)
Players to watch: So. F Alex Carpenter (32 goals, 37 assists, 69 points), Sr. D Blake Bolden (6-23-29), Fr. F Haley Skarupa (24-27-51), Sr. G Corinne Boyles (22-4-1 record, 1.79 goals-against average, .927 save percentage, 3 shutouts), So. F Emily Field (15-29-44)
Frozen Four facts: Has reached the Frozen Four for the third straight season. … Lost to Wisconsin in the semifinals the past two seasons – 3-2 in 2011 at Erie Insurance Arena and 6-2 a season ago in Duluth, Minn. … Enjoying the best season in program history, headlined by an offense that set a school record with 4.36 goals per game. … Lost to Northeastern in the Hockey East Association semifinals, but rebounded with a 3-1 NCAA quarterfinal win against Harvard last weekend. … Has a 1-4-1 all-time record against Minnesota, their Final Four opponent.
Outlook: The Eagles never have won a Frozen Four game. But a win over the defending champs could vault them to their first national title.

- Victor Fernandes

Posted: March 16th, 2013

ITHACA, N.Y. – Mercyhurst women’s hockey coach Michael Sisti spent only a few moments in the dressing room before overtime.
He knew his Lakers played well for the first 60 minutes against Cornell, the nation’s second-ranked team. He simply reminded them of that.
“I wanted them to play fearless and confident and let it all hang out,” Sisti said. “I don’t know what they said after I left.”
The team’s message was simple – stay focused and positive. “We knew why we were working hard,” said freshman forward Jenna Dingeldein, who scored her 15th goal of the season 4 minutes, 49 seconds into the extra period Saturday at Lynah Rink to seal a 4-3 win in the NCAA Division I quarterfinals and earn a spot in next weekend’s Frozen Four at the University of Minnesota’s Ridder Arena in Minneapolis.
Mercyhurst (29-6-1) will face third-seeded Boston University (27-5-3), a 5-3 quarterfinal winner against Clarkson Saturday, in Friday’s semifinals at either 6 or 9 p.m. The Lakers, which avenged a 4-0 loss to Cornell Jan. 29 in Ithaca, will play in the national semifinals for the third time in the program’s history and for the first time since losing 3-2 in overtime to Cornell at Ridder Arena in 2010.

- Victor Fernandes

NCAA Women’s Division I Tournament schedule
Quarterfinals – Saturday
Mercyhurst 4, No. 2 Cornell 3 (OT)

No. 4 Boston College 3, Harvard 1
No. 3 Boston University 5, Clarkson 3
North Dakota (26-11-1) at No. 1 Minnesota (38-0-0), 5 p.m.
Friday at Ridder Arena – Minneapolis, Minn.

UND-Minnesota winner vs. Boston College (27-6-3), 6 or 9 p.m.
Mercyhurst (29-6-1) vs. Boston University (27-5-3), 6 or 9 p.m.
Championship game*
March 24 at Ridder Arena – Minneapolis, Minn.

Semifinal winners, 4 p.m.
* Streamed live on


Mercyhurst 4, Cornell 3 (OT)
Mercyhurst 1 0 2 1 — 4
Cornell 0 2 1 0 — 3

1st Period — 1. Mercyhurst, Gina Buquet 6 (Hendrikx, Bestland), 8:34. Penalties — Brown (C) cross checking, 12:33; Byrne (M) tripping, 13:00; Woods (C) tripping, 19:02.
2nd Period — 2. Cornell, Brianne Jenner 35 (Fortino, Rougeau), 12:21 (pp). 3. Cornell, Jess Brown 3 (Richardson), 19:00. Penalties — Byrne (M) hooking, :47; DeSutter (M) delay of game, 10:56; Byrne (M) interference, 11:55; Gagliardi (C) interference, 14:44; DeSutter (M) unsportsmanlike conduct, 15:28; Fulton (C) unsportsmanlike conduct, 15:28; Dingeldein (M) cross checking, 16:12; Campbell (C) roughing, 16:12; Rougeau (C) body checking, 19:08.
3rd Period — 4. Mercyhurst, Stephanie DeSutter 8 (Bestland, Dingeldein), 7:29. 5. Mercyhurst, Caroline Luczak 3 (Welch), 18:47. 6. Cornell, Jillian Saulnier 10 (Jenner), 19:04. Penalties — Gagliardi (C) body checking, :08; Chippy (M) body checking, 12:12; Richardson (C) body checking, 16:16.
Overtime — Mercyhurst, Jenna Dingeldein 15 (Kilroy, DeSutter), 4:49. Penalties — None.
Shots on goal — Mercyhurst, 16-11-5-2—34; Cornell, 7-11-10-4—32.
Goaltenders — Mercyhurst, Stephanie Ciampa 20-1-0 (32 shots, 29 saves); Cornell, Lauren Slebodnick 24-6-1 (34 shots, 30 saves).
Power plays — Mercyhurst (0-6), Cornell (1-4).
Referees — Katie Guay, Tom Quinn. Linesmen — Bridget Waitkus, Bob Sloper.
Attendance — 2,327.

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Posted: March 9th, 2013

The Mercyhurst University women’s hockey team are College Hockey America tournament champions again.
The Lakers exploded for four goals in the third period of a 4-1 title-game win against Syracuse in front of 1,127 fans Saturday at Mercyhurst Ice Center. But will the program’s 10th conference championship in the past 11 years serve as the last positive moment of the Lakers’ season?
Mercyhurst (28-6-1) learns its NCAA Division I Tournament fate today at 6 p.m. during a webcast on Lakers coach Michael Sisti said “it would be a crime if we are left out. I think 100 percent we should be in the tournament, and we shouldn’t be the eighth seed either.”
The Lakers hope for one of five at-large spots into the eight-team field, since CHA won’t earn an automatic bid until the 2014-15 season. The other three spots belong to the champions of ECAC Hockey, Hockey East Association and Western Collegiate Hockey Association.
“Anything can happen,” said senior goaltender Stephanie Ciampa, who earned tournament MVP honors after stopping 45-of-47 shots in the top-seeded Lakers’ two wins, including 19-of-20 against the second-seeded Orange (20-15-1). “I think we’re in good enough shape.”

- Victor Fernandes

CHA All-Tournament team
MVP: Stephanie Ciampa, Mercyhurst (45 saves on 47 shots)
Goaltender: Ciampa
Defense: Stephanie DeSutter, Mercyhurst (2 assists)
Defense: Brittney Krebs, Syracuse (2 assists)
Forward: Christine Bestland, Mercyhurst (2 goals, assist)
Forward: Lauren Jones, Mercyhurst (goal, 2 assists)
Forward: Sadie St. Germain, Syracuse (GWG in semifinal)

College Hockey America tournament schedule
Semifinals – Friday
at Mercyhurst Ice Center

No. 1 Mercyhurst 2, No. 4 Robert Morris 1
No. 2 Syracuse 2, No. 3 Rochester Institute of Technology 1 (OT)
Championship game – Saturday
at Mercyhurst Ice Center

Mercyhurst 4, Syracuse 1
Note: Champion doesn’t earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I tournament.


Mercyhurst 4, Syracuse 1
Syracuse 0 1 0 — 1
Mercyhurst 0 0 4 — 4
1st Period — None. Penalties — Bestland (M) body checking, :12; Scharfe (S) tripping, 5:15; Janiga (M) interference, 11:14; Johnson (S) hooking, 12:36.
2nd Period — 1. Syracuse, Shiann Darkangelo 16 (Krebs), 19:59 (pp). Penalties — LaCombe (S) tripping, 2:00; Jones (M) hooking, 5:09; Hendrikx (M) cross checking, 6:57; Renault (S) interference, 10:27; DeSutter (M) hooking, 12:41; Piacentini (S) hooking, 13:01; Higson (M) indirect contact to the head – cross checking, 14:03; Hosoyamada (S) hooking, 15:10; Byrne (M) cross checking, 18:51.
3rd Period — 2. Mercyhurst, Molly Byrne 8 (Bestland, Dingeldein), 4:41. 3. Mercyhurst, Caroline Luczak 2 (Jones, Buquet), 6:33 (pp). 4. Mercyhurst, Christine Bestland 28 (Jones), 9:32 (sh). 5. Mercyhurst, Christie Cicero 13 (unassisted), 18:45 (en). Penalties — Piancentini (S) tripping, 4:41; Chippy (M) hooking, 8:16; Goodnough (S) hooking, 9:32; Welch (M) hooking, 11:44.
Shots on goal — Syracuse, 4-9-7—20; Mercyhurst, 10-7-14—31.
Goaltenders — Syracuse, Kallie Billadeau 16-9-0 (30 shots, 27 saves); Mercyhurst, Stephanie Ciampa 19-1-0 (20 shots, 19 saves).
Power plays — Syracuse (1-9), Mercyhurst (1-7).
Referees — Timothy Holtz, Brian Skursky. Linesmen — Jason Leisten, Dorsey Dick.
Attendance — 1,127.

Three stars
* Christine Bestland, Mercyhurst (SH goal, assist) ** Stephanie Ciampa, Mercyhurst (19 saves) *** Caroline Luczak, Mercyhurst (GW goal)

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