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This marked the fourth overtime game played against St. Anselm in the NEHC Open Championship.
The Crusaders have won the NEHC Open Tournament six times (2003, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015 and 2016).
Five members of the Holy Cross women's ice hockey team earned New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) accolades, as announced by the league on Thursday afternoon.
The Crusaders are the defending NEHC Open Tournament champion, defeating St. Anselm, 4-3 in overtime last season to capture the title.
The Crusaders end their home slate with an 11-1 record at the Hart Center at the Luth Athletic Complex.
Holy Cross wraps up its regular season at home on Saturday, Feb. 18, when the Crusaders take on Franklin Pierce for senior day. The puck drops at 2:05 p.m.
A weekend sweep will guarantee a first-ever regular season NEHC title for the Crusaders.
With today's victory, Holy Cross has extended its winning streak to five games.
With her two assists tonight, senior co-captain defender Isabela Bagi is now tied for ninth all-time in Holy Cross history with 50 career assists.
Holy Cross enters the weekend coming off two home victories. The Crusaders are tied for second in the NEHC with an 11-2-0 conference mark.