Jessica Turi scored a huge goal in the third period to give the York Lions a 2-1 upset win over the defending OUA champion Laurier Golden Hawks Sunday in Waterloo. Melanie Quinn made 24 saves in the York net, while Mandy Cole scored York's first goal and then assisted on Turi's winner. Quinn was solid in the third as she made 10 saves with Laurier putting on pressure. Andrea Bevan scored the Hawks' only goal in the second period. The loss was the Hawks' first of the season and second to the Lions in as a many years, dropping them to second in the league behind Queen's with a game in hand.

Bevan, Lauren Barch and Laura Bartolini all scored as the Hawks skated to a 3-1 win over Waterloo Saturday. Morgan Wielgosz got the call in the Hawks net and stopped 18 of 19 shots for the victory. Laura Sturch had the lone Waterloo goal. Laurier is 4-1-0-0 for eight points, while the Gaels are 4-1-0-1 with nine points.

Queen's started the week on a positive note with a tight 2-1 win over the Varsity blues. Miranda Costie and Keri Baker tallied for the Gaels, while goaltender Katherine Boyd made 26 saves for the victory. Alison Foster scored for Toronto in the second period before Queen's iced the game with a goal in the third. The Blues responded in the second meeting between the two teams Sunday, rallying from a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2 in overtime. Laura Foster scored her second of the night in overtime to give the Blues a dramatic win. Michelle Clark-Crumpton and Victoria Kauffman gave the Gaels a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes but Foster and Emily Patry scored in the second to bring the game even. Stephanie Lockert was tremendous in the Blues net, stopping 38 of 40 shots that came her way.

The Guelph Gryphons improved to 3-2-0-1 with a pair of wins over the Windsor Lancers and the Brock Badgers this past week. Aleisha Lusk made 25 saves for the Gryphons as they beat the Lancers 4-2 Saturday in Guelph. Elysia Desmier, Arden Sullivan, Sarah Finbow and Carrie Tokarcyzk each had goals for Guelph, while Jodilyn Brown and Ashley Drouillard replied for Windsor. Lusk came up big for Guelph Sunday as she stopped 37 of 38 shots in a 4-1 win over Brock. Carla D'Angelo scored twice, while Sullivan added a goal and an assist. Kelly walker had the only Brock goal.

Megan Casey, Ashley Kirby and Darris Ford each found the net as the Lancers beat Western 3-2 Sunday for the team's first win of the new season. Western led 2-1 after 40 minutes but Windsor stormed back with a pair in the third to earn two important points. Jamie Tessier was credited with the win after making 20 saves in the Lancers' net.
January 15, 2007 WINDSOR UPSETS NO.6 QUEEN'S