Millar, Hull score goals in same game for 2nd time for Concordia
For the second time since Jan. 25, Alaskans Maddy Millar of Anchorage and Ally Hull of Wasilla scored goals in the same game for Concordia University of Wisconsin.
This time it happened in a 7-0 win over Finlandia in Hancock, Michigan, that helped the NCAA D3 Falcons clinch a playoff berth in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association.
Concordia is 2-0 when the Alaskans each find the net in the same game.
Millar, of East High fame, is a freshman forward who has collected 11-2—13 scoring totals in 22 games.
Twice, she has bagged two goals in a game. She also rattled off a four-game goals streak from Jan. 18 to Jan. 26.
Millar ranks second on Concordia with 11 goals and third with a +9 rating.
Hull, of Wasilla High fame, is a sophomore forward who has posted 6-1—7 scoring totals in 19 games.
She has doubled her goals total from her freshman season and has registered more points this year (7) than she did last year (6) in eight fewer games.
Last season, Hull was named the team’s Rookie of the Year after starting all 27 games and leading all freshmen in goals and points.
Hull also plays soccer for Concordia.