2018-19 WCHA Game Recap

Alabama Huntsville senior defenseman Cam Knight (pictured)
Alabama Huntsville Shut Out By Miami, 4-0

OXFORD, Ohio | The University of Alabama in Huntsville hockey team fell in the series finale on Sunday against Miami by a final score of 4-0 in the nonconference meeting. UAH dips to 0-2-0, while MU improves to 2-0-0.

Next Time Out

- The Chargers have a pair of matchups against NCHC affiliates in the state of Colorado next weekend as UAH takes on Colorado College on Friday before a trip to Denver on Saturday.

Turning Point

- After a scoreless opening period, Miami turned in a pair of second period goals by River Rymsha at 5:39 and Karch Bachman at 8:23 to help the RedHawks to the 4-0 victory.

Scoring Breakdown

- Following the scoreless first, the RedHawks took the first lead of the game at the 5:39 mark on a goal by Rymsha prior to Bachman's tally at 8:23 which made it a 2-0 advantage for the hosts.

- Miami added two more goals in the third period to bring the game to its final score of 4-0 as Josh Melnick scored at 3:24 and Ryan Siroky notched a tally at 13:46.

Inside the Box Score

- Jake Theut - a graduate transfer from Northeastern for this season - made his first start in goal for the Chargers, totaling 41 saves in the loss.

- UAH totaled 11 shots on goal in the game, as Madison Dunn, Hans Gorowsky, Christian Rajic, and Levi Wunder had two shots saved apiece.

- Cam Knight finished with a team-high three blocks, with UAH totaling 13 blocks as a team.

- The Chargers held the RedHawks to zero goals in three power-play opportunities.


- Theut's 41 saves are the most by a Charger since Jordan Uhelski has 41 stops against Lake Superior State on Nov. 18, 2017.

Game Summary

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Game statistics
11 Shots 45
0 / 3 Power Plays 0 / 3
4 / 8 PIM 4 / 8
0-2-0 Records 2-0-0
Alabama Huntsville Miami
River Rymsha (1)
2nd/5:39  GW
Karch Bachman (2)
Josh Melnick (1)
Ryan Siroky (1)
Alabama Huntsville Miami
Jake Theut
60:00, 41 Saves, 4 GA
(L, 0-1-0)
Ryan Larkin
60:00, 11 Saves, 0 GA
(W, 1-0-0)