Cornell men’s ice hockey beat Colgate at home on Friday night and again in Hamilton on Saturday on a pair of shutouts for freshman goalie Matthew Galajda. The Big Red wins and Clarkson’s first loss of the season in conference play on Saturday leaves Cornell men’s ice hockey in a tie with Clarkson for first place in the ECAC.
Anthony Angello scored both goals on Friday night for Cornell against the visiting Raiders, and a pair of freshmen, Cam Donaldson and Kyle Betts, got the pair of tallies on Saturday.
Galajda is now tied for the Cornell program record for shutouts for a freshman goalie, matching the record of five held by All-American David McKee. Cornell’s unbeaten streak now stands at eight games.
Cornell takes their 10-1-1 conference record (16-2-1 overall) on the road to Harvard and Dartmouth next weekend. The team held the #4 ranking in both major college hockey polls coming into this weekend.