Mid-Week Field Hockey Recap
Nicole Hanby, Ursinus College
Photo Credit: Ursinus College
COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. - Ursinus senior defender Nicole Hanby's hat trick propelled No. 11 Ursinus to a wet and windy 5-4 win Wednesday at Eleanor Frost Snell Alumnae Field over visiting Washington College. The game between two of the Centennial Conference's top teams had critical seeding implications for the upcoming Conference tournament heading into the final week of play.
LANCASTER, Pa. - In a back-and-forth battle between two of the top 20 Division III teams in the nation, No. 19 Lebanon Valley rallied from a second-half deficit to defeat No. Franklin & Marshall, 3-2, in non-conference action on a rainy Wednesday at Tylus Field. The loss ends the Diplomats' nine-game home winning streak, while the Dutchmen have now won eight-straight contests.
BALTIMORE, Md. - Junior Meghan Kellett scored a pair of goals to lead the Johns Hopkins field hockey team to a 5-1 win over visiting Dickinson Wednesday at Homewood Field. It was the 100th Centennial Conference win for Head Coach Megan Fraser, making her the first field hockey coach in Conference history to reach the milestone.
HAVERFORD, Pa. - It only took a few seconds longer than a minute for the Haverford field hockey team to score the eventual game-winning goal Wednesday in its 11-0 Centennial Conference win over visiting Bryn Mawr at rainy Swan Field.
SWARTHMORE, Pa. - A stellar performance from freshmen Beth Johnson, which included two goals and one assist, led the Swarthmore field hockey team to a 5-1 victory over Muhlenberg in an important Centennial Conference matchup Wednesday at Clothier Field.