Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

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Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:54 am

Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

SEPTEMBER
Wed. 9 at U. of New England 7:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 12 at Amherst * 12:00 PM Live stats | Video
Tue. 15 at Bates * 7:00 PM Video
Sat. 19 Wesleyan (Conn.) * 11:00 AM Live stats | Video
Sun. 20 Williams * 1:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 26 Middlebury * 12:00 PM Live stats | Video

OCTOBER
Thu. 1 at Wellesley 4:00 PM Live stats | Video
Tue. 6 Me.-Farmington 6:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 10 at Trinity (Conn.) * 12:00 PM
Tue. 13 Southern Me. 6:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 17 Hamilton * 2:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sun. 18 Colby * 1:00 PM Live stats | Video
Wed. 21 Husson 7:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 24 at Connecticut Col. * 12:00 PM
Wed. 28 at Tufts * 7:00 PM Live stats | Video

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:00 am

Bowdoin Field hockey team opens with win over UNE
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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:26 am

Field Hockey Weathers Nor'Easters in Season Opening Win

BIDDEFORD, Maine – The Bowdoin field hockey team used one first half goal and a pair in the second to collect its first win of the 2015 campaign against the University of New England on Wednesday night.

The third-ranked Polar Bears (1-0) did not allow a single shot in the opening 35 minutes of play, holding the Nor'Easters (2-1) to four shots throughout the entire game.

How It Happened

Liz Znamierowski put away Bowdoin's first goal of the season 12:58 into the contest. Kimmy Ganong carried the ball down the left side and slid a pass across the goal face for Znamierowski to finish on the right post.
Rachel Kennedy doubled the Polar Bears' lead less than ten minutes into the second half as she stuffed the ball past UNE goalie Holly Smith from traffic on the left.
Bowdoin jumped out to a 3-0 lead after Alexa Baumgartner successfully converted on a penalty corner with a stroke drive from the top of the circle.
UNE's Vonde Saunders scored her second goal of the season with 15:15 remaining in the game. Saunders drew Bowdoin goalie Clara Belitz and slipped a shot past to spoil the shutout.
Bowdoin held a 15-4 edge in penalty corners and 22-4 advantage in shots.
Smith made 11 saves for the Nor'Easters. Belitz made one stop for Bowdoin with Emma Olney recording a defensive save.

Up Next

Bowdoin travels to Amherst for a Saturday matchup beginning at 12:00 p.m. The game will be the first conference matchup for either team this season.
UNE hosts MIT on September 9 with a 3:00 p.m. start

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:39 pm

Field Hockey Opens NESCAC Season with 4-1 Win at Amherst

AMHERST, Mass. – Rachel Kennedy netted a pair of goals as the Bowdoin field hockey team captured its first NESCAC victory of the season in a 4-1 contest at Amherst on Saturday afternoon.

The third ranked Polar Bears (2-0, 1-0 NESCAC) defeated 12th ranked Amherst (1-1, 0-1 NESCAC) to open the conference schedule with a commanding offensive showing.

How It Happened

Nicole Barvieri scored her first collegiate goal with 11:48 remaining in the opening half, tipping in a Kennedy shot from the top left side of the circle.
Kennedy doubled Bowdoin's lead with less than five minutes to play in the opening half as she tipped a shot by Kelsey Mullaney during one of seven Bowdoin penalty corners in the half.
Just over ten minutes into the second half, Kennedy successfully converted on a penalty stroke to put Bowdoin ahead 3-0.
Amherst answered two minutes later as Sara Culhane buried her fourth goal of the season.
Kimmie Ganong stuffed in a rebound 17 minutes into the second half to put the game out of reach.
Bowdoin outshot Amherst 32-3, including 21 shots in the second half. The Polar Bears held a 12-4 edge in corners.
Emily Horowitz made 25 stops in net for the Jeffs
Up Next

Bowdoin travels to Bates for a mid-week conference matchup on Tuesday evening. The Polar Bears and Bobcats face off at 7:00 p.m.
Amherst hosts Keene State on Wednesday with a 7:00 p.m. start.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 16, 2015 7:50 am

Kennedy Tallies a Hat Trick and Ganong Adds Two in Field Hockey Win at Bates

LEWISTON, Maine - The Bowdoin field hockey team turned a 1-0 lead at halftime into a 4-0 advantage seven minutes into the second half, defeating Bates 5-0 on Tuesday evening.

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

How It Happened

Kennedy scored her team-high fourth goal of the season in the sixth minute, banging in a shot on their third penalty corner of the game with an assist by Kelsey Mullaney.
Kennedy fed Liz Znamierowski, who in turn passed to Ganong just 42 seconds into the second half, putting Bowdoin up 2-0.
Kennedy added her second tally, an unassisted goal, 93 seconds later to make it 3-0.
Ganong scored unassisted for a 4-0 Bowdoin advantage, with a hard drive from high on the left side of the circle eight minutes into the half.
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 Shannon Beaton's breakaway attempt skidding wide right.
Up Next

Bowdoin will host Wesleyan Saturday in a NESCAC game at 11 a.m. on Ryan Field.
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: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:38 am

Field Hockey Grounds Cardinals in 5-0 Shutout

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Rachel Kennedy tallied her second consecutive hat trick in Bowdoin field hockey's 5-0 NESCAC victory over visiting Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon.

The second ranked Polar Bears improve to 4-0 (3-0 NESCAC) while holding the Cardinals (2-3, 0-1 NESCAC) without a shot through all 70 minutes of regulation.

How It Happened

Kimmy Ganong put away the first goal of the game just 5:44 into the contest. Bowdoin held the 1-0 lead for nearly 20 minutes before Kennedy would put away two quick goals.
Kennedy scored her first of the game with 9:40 remaining after beating a defender down the left side, spinning around a pair of defenders at the top of the circle, and driving in a shot.
The senior captain scored 24 seconds later, tracking down a feed from Juliana Fiore in traffic, and slipping the ball past Wesleyan keeper Sara Grundy.
Sarah Jane Weill gave Bowdoin the 4-0 lead with a hard shot from the right side with less than four minutes remaining.
Kennedy completed the hat trick 13 minutes into the second with her team leading ninth of the season.
Grundy made 13 saves for the Cardinals as the Polar Bears outshot the visitors 25-0.
Up Next

Wesleyan travels to Mount Holyoke for a night game on Tuesday beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Bowdoin hosts Williams tomorrow afternoon with a 1:00 p.m. start.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:43 am

Field Hockey Prevails in Battle of the Unbeaten Downing Williams 6-0

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin field hockey team came away with a 6-0 victory against Williams College on Sunday afternoon in a battle of the unbeaten at Ryan Field.

The second ranked Polar Bears (5-0, 4-0 NESCAC) handed the Ephs their first loss of the season, dropping the visitors to 5-1 (2-1 NESCAC).

How It Happened

Kimmy Ganong got Bowdoin on the board early with a tipped in goal 2:37 into action. Following the insert on a penalty corner, Kim Kahnweiler had a stick stop that left the ball primed for a drive from Kelsey Mullaney. Ganong tipped Mullaney's hit at the left post for the 1-0 lead.
The game remained a one goal differential until Rachel Kennedy scored consecutive goals. The senior captain's first goal came from a Mettler Growney feed with just under nine minutes remaining in the first half. On a restart at the 25, Growney carried the ball through the Williams defense before flipping a reverse stick pass to Kennedy on the left post.
Kennedy scored her second goal of the half with 30 seconds remaining on the clock after Williams' goalie Margaret Draper successfully stopped the initial shot from Mullaney on a penalty corner. Kennedy collected the ball at Draper's feet and spun around to score and put Bowdoin up 3-0 at the half.
Ganong and Kennedy combined for Bowdoin's fourth goal of the game, with Kennedy moving the ball down the right side with Ganong sprinting down the center. Kennedy crossed to Ganong after pulling the goalie to the right post, allowing Ganong an open look at net 2:20 into the second half.
Kennedy tallied her third hat trick in as many games as she finished off a pass from Mullaney with six minutes remaining.
Growney tallied a goal of her own with three left on the clock, putting in a feed from Alexa Baumgartner on the left post.
Williams earned one penalty corner and managed four shots, forcing Clara Belitz to make three stops to preserve the shutout. Draper made nine saves for the Ephs.
Allie Holle had two defensive saves for Williams, including a goal line stop on a Growney drive 11 minutes into action.
Bowdoin held a 17-1 edge in corners and 21-4 shot advantage over the Ephs.
Up Next

Bowdoin hosts Middlebury in a rematch of last year's NESCAC Championship on Ryan Field at 12:00 p.m. Saturday.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:22 am

Field Hockey Stays Perfect with 2-1 Win Over Middlebury

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Rachel Kennedy scored both goals for the Bowdoin field hockey team in a 2-1 victory over Middlebury in a rematch of last year's NESCAC Championship game.

The second ranked Polar Bears remain perfect on the season with a 6-0 record, including a 5-0 mark in conference play. Fourth ranked Middlebury suffers its first lost of the season to fall to 4-1 (3-1 NESCAC). The Panthers and Polar Bears split games last season as Bowdoin captured a win at Middlebury during the regular season, with the Panthers notching a victory for the conference championship.

How It Happened

Just under four minutes into play, Bowdoin was awarded a penalty stroke. Kennedy missed the net and both teams traded possession and opportunity throughout the remainder of the half.
Kennedy put Bowdoin on top 1-0 with six seconds remaining in the opening half, finishing off a feed from Liz Znamierowski. Znamierowski worked the right sideline and cut across the endline before making a quick centering pass to Kennedy.
Middlebury evened the game with 10:17 remaining in regulation off a successfully executed corner. Annie Leondard cleanly stopped Jillian Green's insert for the Panthers and riffled off a shot from the top of the circle.
The Panther's successfully defended a pair of corners in the final ten minutes to keep the game tied. Middlebury successfully defended 17 corners against the Polar Bears, as Bowdoin held a 17-10 edge in the category and was unable to convert on any opportunity.
Nicole Barbieri nearly converted on a one-on-one with Middlebury keeper Emily Miller, with the goalie making a split save to preserve the tie, but the result was a second penalty stroke for Bowdoin. Kennedy converted in the 66th minute to give the Polar Bears a 2-1 victory.
Bowdoin outshot the visitors 24-8, with Miller making 10 saves and Clara Belitz making three stops.
Up Next

Middlebury returns home for a 6:00 p.m. Wednesday night contest against Skidmore.
Bowdoin travels to Wellesley on October 1 for a 4:00 p.m. contest.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 02, 2015 7:12 am

Field Hockey Captures Road Win at Wellesley

WELLESLEY, Mass. – The Bowdoin field hockey team used a pair of second half goals to earn a 2-0 win over previously undefeated Wellesley College on Thursday evening.

The second ranked Polar Bears improve to 7-0 on the season, handing the ninth ranked Blue (8-1) their first loss of the year.

How it Happened

Rachel Kennedy broke the 0-0 tie in the game's 50th minute after corralling the ball at the top of the circle. Before Wellesley could clear the ball and eliminate the Bowdoin thread, Kennedy drove a shot on net that caught a piece of Blue goalie Lucy Hurlock before crashing into the cage.
The Polar Bears converted on their final penalty corner to double their lead with just under four minutes to play. Mettler Growney inserted to Emily McColgan who found Kelsey Mullaney in the center. Mullaney's drive beat Hurlock on her right side to put Bowdoin ahead 2-0.
Hurlock made 10 saves in the contest, including seven in the second half, as Bowdoin outshot the hosts 16-1. The Polar Bears held a 9-1 edge in corners.
Up Next

Bowdoin returns home for another non-conference matchup against UMaine-Farmington on Tuesday evening at 6:00 p.m.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 07, 2015 5:46 am

Polar Bears Bury Beavers in 4-0 Tuesday Matchup

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Kimmy Ganong supplied the Bowdoin field hockey team with a pair of goals as the Polar Bears downed visiting UMaine-Farmington 4-0 on Tuesday evening.

The Beavers (5-3) were shutout for the eighth consecutive year by the second ranked Polar Bears (8-0) who have not surrendered a goal to UMF since 2005.

How It Happened

Rachel Kennedy got Bowdoin on the board with an early goal three minutes into the contest. Setting up the penalty corner, Kelsey Mullaney took a hard drive from the top of the circle that Kennedy, standing on the stroke line, deflected inside the right post.
Patty Smith made the initial stop on another Mullaney drive from the top in the eighth minute, but Ganong quickly tracked the rebound and batted in her first goal of the evening.
Smith made 11 saves in the opening half, keeping her team within striking distance as Bowdoin entered halftime with a 2-0 lead.
Ganong scored her second of the game eight minutes into the second half, finishing off a quick transition play with a feed from Kennedy.
Liz Znamierowski rounded out the day's offense with a goal at 23:00. After forcing a turnover in UMF's defensive end, Emily McColgan carried into the circle before dishing left to Ganong. Ganong crossed the ball, allowing Znamierowski to pressure pads and find the back of the net.
Smith made six saves in the second half before being relieved by Alyssa Arsenault. Arsenault made three stops in 12:18 minutes of play. Bowdoin's Clara Belitz and Liz Rill combined for the shutout.
Torrie Nightingale made a goal line stop on a Bowdoin shot in the first half. Bowdoin outshot the Beavers 36-0 with a 15-0 edge in penalty corners.
Up Next

Bowdoin travels to Trinity for a 12:00 p.m. NESCAC contest on Saturday.
UMaine-Farmington hosts Thomas on October 10 at 10:30 a.m.

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