Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

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Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:30 am

Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

2015-16 Bates Field Hockey Schedule

September
Wed Sep. 9 Husson 7:00 PM Live stats Video
Sat Sep. 12 at Hamilton 12:00 PM Live stats Video
Tue Sep. 15 Bowdoin 7:00 PM Video
Wed Sep. 23 Thomas 7:00 PM Video
Sat Sep. 26 at Wesleyan (Conn.) 11:00 AM
Sun Sep. 27 at Williams 12:00 PM Video

October
Sat Oct. 3 Trinity (Conn.) 12:00 PM Video
Wed Oct. 7 at Endicott 7:00 PM Video
Sat Oct. 10 at Connecticut Col. 12:00 PM
Wed Oct. 14 Babson 4:30 PM Live stats Video
Sat Oct. 17 Tufts 12:00 PM Video
Sun Oct. 18 Amherst 1:00 PM Live stats Video
Thu Oct. 22 at Southern Me. 3:00 PM Live stats Video
Sat Oct. 24 Middlebury 12:00 PM Live stats Video
Wed Oct. 28 at Colby 7:00 PM

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Sep 11, 2015 6:06 am

Field hockey game vs. Husson suspended in 1st half; Cats lead 4-0

LEWISTON, Maine -- The Bates College field hockey team's season-opening game against Husson University was suspended Wednesday night due to lightning, and is tentatively scheduled to resume on Friday, Sept. 18.

The Bobcats (0-0) led the visiting Eagles (1-3) by a 4-0 score with 10:52 left in the first half when the game was suspended. The action will pick up where it left off on the makeup date.

Four different players scored for Bates in the opening 24 minutes. First-year Adah Lindquist (Wayne, Pa.) struck first on an assist by senior Claire Markonic (Millerton, N.Y.) in the sixth minute of the game, on the first shot of the game.

First-year forward Jessie Moriarty (Springfield, Mass.) got into the act with a goal in the 12th minute. Husson goalie Kaitlin Dolloff saved Moriarty's shot on a penalty corner, but Moriarty was seized upon the rebound and knocked it in for her first collegiate tally and a 2-0 Bates lead.

Senior captain Shannon Beaton (West Newbury, Mass.) made it 3-0 in the 21st minute, driving up the middle and taking advantage of a sagging defense, ripping a shot into the lower left corner after entering the circle.

Just before play was suspended, Markonic was awarded a penalty stroke and converted it for a 4-0 Bates lead. The Bobcats have outshot the Eagles by an 8-2 margin to this point.

Bates will travel to Clinton, N.Y., to open NESCAC play at Hamilton this Saturday at noon. Husson plays at Springfield College at the same time.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:27 pm

Field hockey plays well in 1-0 loss at Hamilton

CLINTON, N.Y. -- Julia Booth made nine saves to preserve the shutout as Hamilton College defeated the Bates College field hockey team 1-0 on Saturday, despite the Bobcats' advantages in shot attempts (20-10) and penalty corners (11-6).

Hamilton's Casey Brown scored in the first half at Hamilton's Campus Road Athletic Complex to lift the Continentals (2-0 overall, 1-0 NESCAC). Booth posted her first shutout in her second collegiate start and has a .929 save percentage and a 0.50 goals against average so far.

Brown scored her second goal in as many games and it was the 11th goal of her career for the Continentals. Margaret Revera, who also notched a goal in Hamilton's season opener against Williams, picked up the assist on Brown's goal.

The goal was scored with 24:58 left in the half as a result of the first penalty corner of the afternoon. Eva Rosencrans took the first shot, which was blocked, and Tori Stapleton corralled the rebound. Stapleton's shot was saved by Bates senior goalkeeper Cristina Vega (Needham, Mass.), who finished with four stops. Revera gained control of the loose ball and unleashed a hard shot from close range that was tipped by Brown past Vega as she stood in front of the keeper.

Bates (0-1, 0-1 NESCAC) dominated play in the second half with an 11-3 shot advantage and a 7-2 edge in penalty corners, but Booth stood tall despite the added pressure in the final 35 minutes. The Bobcats' best chance to even the score came with about 13 minutes to go following their 10th penalty corner of the day. Senior Shannon Beaton (West Newbury, Mass.) hammered a shot from the top of the arc that Booth kicked back in her direction. Beaton's follow-up shot sailed high above the cage, and Bates didn't put another shot on goal.

Bates first-year forward Jessie Moriarty (Springfield, Mass.) attempted a team-high five shots, with three of them stopped by Booth.

The Bobcats were well on their way to a win in their opener on Wednesday against Husson, but the game was stopped due to lightning late in the first half with Bates leading 4-0.

The Bobcats host Bowdoin for another NESCAC game on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 16, 2015 7:49 am

Field hockey holds No. 2 Bowdoin close for a half, falls 5-0

LEWISTON, Maine -- The No. 2 nationally ranked Bowdoin field hockey team turned a 1-0 lead at halftime into a 4-0 advantage seven minutes into the second half, defeating Bates College 5-0 in a NESCAC game played at Campus Avenue Field on Tuesday night.

The Polar Bears (3-0, 2-0 NESCAC) received three goals from Rachel Kennedy and two from Kimmy Ganong in the tidy victory. Bowdoin outshot Bates by a 26-3 margin and collected 12 penalty corners to Bates' two.

Kennedy scored her team-high fourth goal of the season in the sixth minute, banging in a shot on their third penalty corner in the early going, from an assist by Kelsey Mullaney. It would be all the scoring Bowdoin would need, but Bates managed two penalty corners and two shots before halftime, while senior goalie Cristina Vega's (Needham, Mass.) four saves in the period kept the deficit at one.

Bowdoin changed the script swiftly after intermission, with Kennedy feeding Liz Znamierowski, who in turn passed to Ganong for her second goal of the year, just 42 seconds in. Kennedy added her second tally, an unassisted goal, 93 seconds later to make it 3-0.

Bowdoin earned its second penalty corner of the period with 28:49 to go, and Juliana Fiore's shot passed wide of the Bates cage. But a minute later, Ganong scored unassisted for a 4-0 Bowdoin advantage, prompting a Bates timeout. Just a minute after the break, however, Kennedy made it a hat trick with another unassisted tally for the 5-0 lead. Bowdoin outshot Bates 16-1 in the second half, with the Bobcats' lone attempt coming in the waning seconds with senior Shannon Beaton's (West Newbury, Mass.) attempt skidding wide right.

Bowdoin will host Wesleyan Saturday in a NESCAC game at 11am. Bates will resume its suspended game against Husson on Friday at 8pm. Bates holds a 4-0 lead with 10:52 to go in the first half.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 24, 2015 5:22 am

Lough's hat trick marks 4-0 field hockey win over Thomas

LEWISTON, Maine -- First-year forward Taylor Lough scored a hat trick -- the first three goals of her college career -- as the Bates field hockey team scored a 4-0 non-conference victory over Thomas College Wednesday evening.

Bates junior Claire Markonic scored the game's initial goal in the second minute and added an assist for the host Bobcats (2-2).

Bates outshot Thomas by a 20-1 margin, including 13-0 in the first half, and the Terriers were unable to get a shot on goal. Abbie Charrier made eight saves for Thomas (3-5), while Bates senior Katie Knox (Bronxville, N.Y.) got the shutout.

On the first penalty corner of the game, Markonic (Millerton, N.Y.) finished off a pass from sophomore Samantha Reiss (New Haven, Vt.) that was poked by a Thomas defender but still found Markonic, who knocked in her second goal of the season.

Bates made it 2-0 in the ninth minute, connecting on four passes on another penalty corner before sophomore Caroline O'Reilly's (Longmeadow, Mass.) dish to Lough (Little Compton, R.I.) resulted in her first goal, scored from close range.

Bates controlled play throughout but didn't score again until five minutes remained, and Lough found the back of the cage on an assist by sophomore Caroline Gettens (Concord, N.H.). She struck once more in the 67th minute from Markonic.

Bates plays back-to-back NESCAC games this weekend, at Wesleyan on Saturday at noon and at Williams Sunday at 11am.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:17 am

Beaton, Lough lead field hockey past Wesleyan, ending NESCAC drought

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- Senior Shannon Beaton scored the game-tying and go-ahead goals for the Bates College field hockey team, propelling a 3-1 NESCAC victory at Wesleyan University on Saturday, the Bobcats' first conference win of the year.

Bates (3-2, 1-2 NESCAC) also got an insurance goal from first-year Taylor Lough, Lough's fourth goal this week.

After Lauren Yue put the Cardinals (2-5, 0-2 NESCAC) on top in the 11th minute, Beaton (West Newbury, Mass.) answered in the 15th minute with her second goal this season. The captain notched another unassisted tally in the 47th minute of the game for a 2-1 Bates lead.

Lough (Little Compton, R.I.) scored in the 57th minute on an assist by sophomore Caroline O'Reilly (Longmeadow, Mass.), giving Bates three goals on eight shot attempts. The first-year forward scored three times in Bates' 4-0 win over Thomas on Wednesday.

The win snapped a 14-game winless streak in conference games for the Bobcats, dating back to a 2-1 defeat of Connecticut College on Oct. 5, 2013.

Bates' weekend on the road takes the Bobcats to Williams on Sunday for a noon start.

Senior Cristina Vega (Needham, Mass.) had one save in net for Bates, which outshot Wesleyan 8-7 and accumulated eight penalty corners to the Cardinals' six. Sara Grundy had four saves for Wesleyan.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:43 am

No. 18 Williams pulls away from field hockey in second half, 3-0

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The Bates field hockey team played No. 18 nationally ranked Williams to a scoreless draw through one half, but the host Ephs conjured three goals in the second half for a 3-0 shutout win on Sunday.

Rachel Brissette got the Ephs on the board in the 38th minute, 2:50 after intermission, on an assist by Annie VanWagenen. Williams tacked on two goals to its lead in the 54th and 65th minutes, both scored by Hannah Goodrick.

All four of Bates' shots in the game -- one each by senior Shannon Beaton (West Newbury, Mass.), first-year Adah Lindquist (Wayne, Pa.), first-year Emma Patterson (Denver, Colo.) and first-year Jessie Moriarty (Springfield, Mass.) -- were on target, but turned away by Williams, three times by goalie Margaret Draper. Williams put 11 of its 20 shots on the Bates cage, with senior goalkeeper Cristina Vega (Needham, Mass.) making a season-high eight saves.

Bates will host Trinity in another NESCAC game on Saturday, Oct. 3, part of Back to Bates Weekend.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:10 pm

Beaton powers field hockey to 2-0 win over Trinity

LEWISTON, Maine -- Senior forward Shannon Beaton scored near the beginning of both halves as the Bates College field hockey team won for the fourth time in five games, 2-0 over Trinity College on Homecoming Saturday at Campus Avenue Field.

The Bobcats (4-3, 2-3 NESCAC) outshot Trinity by a 12-9 margin and held off a late charge by the Bantams, who accumulated five penalty corners in the final six minutes but couldn't convert.

The visiting Bantams' (4-4, 3-3 NESCAC) three-game winning streak was snapped, as was their three-game conference winning streak.

Beaton (West Newbury, Mass.) gave Bates a 1-0 lead in the fourth minute of the game, on Bates' first shot of the game. The senior captain knocked the ball past a defender near midfield and streaked ahead for a breakway. Beaton carried just inside the circle before unleashing a hard shot that found a gap between Trinity goalie Sophie Fitzpatrick and the near (right) goalpost.

Beaton then scored her team-high fifth goal of the season with 32:51 left in the second half, taking one touch on a Bates penalty corner, inserted by first-year Adah Lindquist (Wayne, Pa.), before striking the ball home just off the center of the cage.

Trinity attempted four shots in the final nine minutes, three of them blocked by Bates defenders and one saved by goalkeeper Cristina Vega (Needham, Mass.) off the stick of Mia Olsen.

Vega made four saves to post her first shutout of the season. Fitzpatrick made five saves for Trinity.

Bates plays a non-conference game at Endicott on Wednesday at 7pm.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 08, 2015 5:33 am

Beaton, O'Reilly score as field hockey wins 2-1 at Endicott

BEVERLY, Mass. -- The Bates field hockey team got goals from Shannon Beaton and Caroline O'Reilly, then withstood a late Endicott goal to pick up a 2-1 non-conference victory Wednesday night at Endicott College.

Bates (5-3) won for the fifth time in six games. It is the Bobcats' second straight win, with both of them coming against opponents with winning records at the start of the game.

Endicott (7-6) faced a 2-0 deficit for 43 minutes of the 70-minute contest before cutting the deficit in half off the stick of Samantha Crowley with 7:29 left in the game.

Beaton (West Newbury, Mass.) scored her team-high sixth goal in the first minute of the game, getting her shot to roll past Endicott goalie Rose Bradley for the 1-0 advantage. The goal was the captain's fifth in the past four games, and the 15th of her career.

Bates doubled its lead in the 20th minute, as O'Reilly (Longmeadow, Mass.) found the back left of the goal from a wide angle to the right, her first goal this season. Sophomore midfielder Lauren Foster (Pawling, N.Y.) assisted on the goal for her first career point.

The Bobcats outshot the Gulls 11-9 and had 11 penalty corners to Endicott's five.

Senior captain Cristina Vega (Needham, Mass.) made two saves in earning her fourth victory of the season. Bradley made three saves for the Gulls.

Bates will play at Connecticut College on Saturday at noon.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:23 am

Connecticut College tips field hockey, 1-0

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Katlyn Paiva scored 1:56 into regulation and the goal stood as the only one of the game, as Connecticut College earned a 1-0 NESCAC victory over the Bates College field hockey team on Saturday.

The Bobcats fell to 5-4 and 2-4 in conference action, with only their second loss in the past six games.

Paiva has tallied 13 goals in her first two seasons with the Camels. Colbi Vaillancourt made a nice feed to Paiva in the center of the circle to earn the assist on the difference making score.

The Camels improved their record to 2-9 and are 1-7 in NESCAC action.

Lauren Pianucci made three saves en route to the first shutout of her career. Senior Cristina Vega (Needham, Mass.) stopped nine shots in the loss for the Bobcats.

Senior forward Shannon Beaton (West Newbury, Mass.) recorded four shots in the loss for the visitors.

Bates will return home to host Babson Wednesday for a 4:00 p.m. game in Lewiston, Maine.

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