Ithaca, N.Y. — There was high drama on the ice last night as Cornell women’s hockey forward Emily Fulton scored three goals — including one in overtime — to defeat the Colgate Raiders in Hamilton.

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Cornell trailed Colgate 2-0 when Fulton scored the Big Red’s first goal with 6:29 left in the third period.

The senior followed that up with a second, game-tying-goal after Coach Doug Derraugh pulled his goalie for an extra-attacker. Less than 30 seconds after Derraugh pulled the goalie, Fulton got a backdoor feed from Brianne Jenner and banged it past the Colgate netminder.

That set up the overtime heroics. The game winner came off a set play, according to the Cornell press office:

The captain one touched a pass to Fulton, who had somehow found space between three Colgate defenders between the circles.

She one-timed a bomb five-hole past Colgate netminder Ashlynne Rando; getting mobbed by her exuberant teammates as soon as the puck hit the twine.

Cornell is now in a tie with Clarkson for 3rd place in the conference. The Big Red women will play next in Quinnipiac on Friday.

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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.