The Saint Anselm College women’s hockey team extended its winning streak to four games with a 2-1 win over Connecticut College on Tuesday at Sullivan Arena. A pair of second-period goals and 25 saves from Maddie Scavotto sealed the deal for the Hawks (14-2-1, 9-0-1 NEWHA), who have won seven of their last eight games.

Kaley Campbell tallied the opening goal for the Hawks before Katy Meehan capped the scoring two minutes later. Scavotto allowed a power-play goal with 2:43 to play, but she was brilliant otherwise while making at least eight saves in each period.

Men’s hockey

Bowdoin 5, Saint Anselm 3: In Brunswick, Maine, two goals apiece in each of the first two periods by the Polar Bears doomed the Hawks (10-10-1). Bryan Green found the net twice for Saint Anselm while Sean Verrier added a goal and an assist. Saint Anselm outshot Bowdoin 31-23.

Salve Regina 2, Plymouth State 1: In Portsmouth, R.I., John McLean broke a 1-1 tie for the Osprey in the second period and it proved to be the difference to downing the Panthers (9-5-3, 6-2-2 NEHC). Ryan Stevens tied the game with a first-period strike for PSU, which got 33 saves from goalie Evan Morelli.

New England College 5, Salem State 0: In Henniker, the Pilgrims (12-3-4, 6-3-4 NEHC) stretched their unbeaten streak to 12 games behind a pair of goals from Channing Gorscak and the shutout by Spencer Kozlowski (31 saves). Daniel Bergqvist, Carlos Fornaris and Nikita Pintusov scored the other goals for NEC, which scored three times in the third period and posted 53 shots overall.