Endicott 13, Wellesley 12 (OT): Beverly native Ellie Clayman had four goals and an assist, including the game-winning tally off a free position shot, as the Gulls kicked off their 2014 season with a big win.
Siri Mason, Meghan Lennon and Rachel Campos all finished with two goals for Endicott while Emily Whitney had a goal and two assists in the win. Kristen Thor and Katie Tierney also had goals while Ryan Socolow stopped six shots in the nets.
Endicott 9, Connecticut College 6: Colin Bannon scored four goals while Harrison Cotter added a pair as the visiting Gulls scored three times in the third quarter to snap a halftime tie and win for the second time in as many games. Kyle Weber also had a fine game offensively with a goal and two assists. Nick Pinciaro of Beverly and Jonathan Morgan also scored for Endicott, with Peter Erickson and Joshua Tordik having assists. Cameron Bell stopped six shots for the victory in goal.
Mount Ida 12, Salem State 8: Mount Ida scored seven times in the second quarter after falling behind 4-1 to knock off the Vikings. Sophomore Alex Pearsons led Salem State (1-1) with four goals.
Endicott 58, wELLESLEY 51: Sophomore Kelsey Cuddy scored 18 points and had six steals to lead the Gulls into the ECAC tournament semifinals. Kayleen Whall came off the bench to contribute 14 points in the win while Julie Manning and reserve Nicole Catizone both added eight points. Endicott will face Framingham State, who upset top-seeded Emmanuel last night, in the semifinals Saturday in Beverly.