Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:06 am

Field Hockey Improves to 10-0 on the Season After 5-0 Shutout of Southern Maine

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin field hockey team secured its sixth shutout of the season on Tuesday evening in a foggy 5-0 victory over visiting Southern Maine at Ryan Field.

The second-ranked Polar Bears remain perfect at 10-0 on the season, while dropping the Huskies to 5-10.

How It Happened

Southern Maine staved off four Bowdoin penalty corners before the Polar Bears would convert on their fifth attempt in the 19th minute of the opening half. Kimmy Ganong inserted to Kim Kahnweiler who set up Kelsey Mullaney with a stick stop at the top of the circle. Mullaney blasted a shot to the left post for the 1-0 lead.
Bowdoin doubled its lead just over a minute later. Emily McColgan collected the ball in the midfield off a Southern Maine turnover and quickly fed Ganong in the circle on the left side. Ganong swept the ball in stride and directed a shot towards the opposite post to avoid the diving Amanda Kasbohm.
The Huskies opened the second half with several minutes of pressure in Bowdoin's defensive end, including a shot from Samantha Crosman that skidded wide left.
Rachel Kennedy made it 3-0 in favor of Bowdoin 2:06 into the second frame. Kennedy finished off a pass from Liz Znamierowski who sped down the right wing and centered a pass to Kennedy at the stroke line. Kennedy swept the ball as it approached and found the back of the net to extend Bowdoin's lead.
Intercepting a pass in Southern Maine's defensive zone, Mettler Growney fired off a shot from 18 yards out ten minutes into the half. Ganong, positioned on the stroke line, deflected the ball as it came streaking into the circle and watched her shot go top right corner for the 4-0 advantage.
Alexa Baumgartner rounded out the day's scoring with a successful straight shot from the top right side of the circle on another Bowdoin penalty corner, receiving the insert from Growney.
Kasbohm stopped 17 shots in net for the Huskies, as the Polar Bears outshot USM 30-2. Clara Belitz and Grace Linnan combined for 70 minutes of scoreless goaltending on Bowdoin's end.
Up Next

Bowdoin hosts Hamilton on Saturday with the game beginning at 2:00 p.m.
USM returns home for a conference matchup against Framingham State at noon the same day.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:20 am

Znamierwoski Nets A Pair as Polar Bears Hold Off Hamilton

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin field hockey team scored two goals in each half to defeat visiting Hamilton on Saturday afternoon by a 4-1 margin.

The second ranked Polar Bears (11-0, 7-0 NESCAC) remain perfect on the season after receiving offensive production from three individuals in Saturday's contest. The Continentals (7-5, 3-5 NESCAC) spoiled Bowdoin's shutout with just over a minute remaining in the game.

How It Happened

Rachel Kennedy put Bowdoin on the board 13:36 into the game as she tipped a drive from Emily McColgan off a penalty corner.
Liz Znamierowski scored her first of two goals with just over 11 minutest to play as she collected a loose ball in the circle outside the left post and spun around to sweep a shot to the opposite corner.
Hamilton's offense pressured Bowdoin early in the second, with a promising scoring opportunity coming off a Polar Bear turnover deep in their own defensive end. Merisa Dion intercepted a free hit coming outside the circle and carried the ball back in to challenge Clara Belitz. As Dion went to shoot, Belitz dove and absorbed the shot in the pads.
Hamilton followed with a penalty corner and again sent a shot on goal that was deflected away.
Znamierowski responded with her team's third goal of the game 8:20 into the half after burying a feed from Emma Olney. Olney sent a long ball into the circle from a side-in just outside the 25, with Znamierowski pulling to her reverse stick and sweeping in her second of the game.
Kimmy Ganong rounded out Bowdoin's scoring three minutes later flipping in a rebound off the goalie's pads to go ahead 4-0.
The Continentals broke through Bowdoin's defense in the final minutes, scoring off a penalty corner with 1:09 remaining in the game. Margaret Revera blasted a shot from the top of the circle off a penalty corner insert from Merisa Dion. Revera' shot found the far right side of the net to put Hamilton on the board.
Hamilton goalie Julia Booth made seven stops in a complete game performance, while Belitz made five saves for Bowdoin.
The Polar Bears outshot the visitors by a 15-6 mark with a 7-3 edge in corners.
Up Next

Bowdoin returns to action tomorrow afternoon at 1:00 p.m. for the Polar Bears' senior game against Colby College.
Hamilton travels to Williams on October 21 for a 6:00 p.m. NESCAC contest.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:21 am

Polar Bears Mute Mules in Senior Day Showdown

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Kimmy Ganong tallied her first career hat trick in a 5-1 Bowdoin field hockey win over Colby College on a Sunday afternoon at Ryan Field.

The second-ranked Polar Bears continue their successful 2015 campaign with a 12-0 (8-0 NESCAC) record. The Mules, coming off an upset victory over Amherst on Saturday, are 7-6 with a 2-6 mark in conference play.

How It Happened

Bowdoin's first tally of the day came off a Ganong to Rachel Kennedy finish across the goal face. With the ball and goalie on the left post, Ganong flipped a pass across to Kennedy who stood with an open look at the center of the cage to put Bowdoin up 1-0 18:29 into the game.

Kennedy tallied her second of the day two minutes later to double the Polar Bears lead. Following a turnover in Colby's defensive end, the ball was fed to Liz Znamierowski on the stroke line who found Kennedy on the left post for the goal.

Nicole Barbieri set up Ganong for Bowdoin's third of the game with just over five minutes remaining in the half. Following a broken corner for the Polar Bears, Barbieri collected the ball on the end line and passed beyond the reach of Sarah Evans to the far left side for a Ganong redirect.

Colby responded less than 30 seconds later with the Mules' first goal of the game off an unassisted effort from Becca Moore. Intercepting a Bowdoin pass in the backfield, Moore charged down the right side behind the defense and forced Bowdoin goalie Clara Belitz to come out and challenge. Moore maneuvered the ball around the prone Belitz and got Colby on the board.

Ganong tallied her second of the game 37 seconds later, streaking down the field off the restart from Colby's goal. Ganong carried the ball into Mules territory and made a move to draw the goalie before depositing Bowdoin's fourth of the game.

Bowdoin scored with just over 12 minutes remaining in the second half to round out the day's offense. Ganong finished off a low cross pass from Znamierowski to finish the day.
Evans ended the day with eight saves, while Belitz made one stop for Bowdoin.
The Polar Bears outshot Colby by a 22-2 mark with a 10-2 edge in corners.

Up Next
Bowdoin host Husson on Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Polar Bears' final regular season home game.
Colby travels to Hamilton next weekend for a 12:00 p.m. NESCAC contest.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 22, 2015 5:14 am

Field Hockey Edges Eagles in 4-0 Wednesday Night Contest

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Rachel Kennedy scored two goals in the first half and Kimmy Ganong added two more in the second as the Bowdoin field hockey team concluded its regular season home schedule with a 4-0 win against Husson University on Wednesday evening.

The top-ranked Polar Bears improve to 13-0 on the season, while dropping the Eagles to 6-8.

How It Happened

Kennedy tipped in Bowdoin's first goal of the game 8:15 into the contest. All four of Bowdoin's goals were scored off of penalty corners, with Kennedy tallying the first as she deflected a drive from Kelsey Mullaney who teed up a shot at the top of the circle.
Kennedy doubled the Polar Bears' lead five minutes later after the initial two shots from a corner were denied. The senior captain collected her own rebound off the pads of Anne Marie Provencal to find the back of the cage.
Taylor Lovely tallied Husson's only shot of the first half, directing her shot on net and forcing keeper Clara Belitz to dive towards her right post to deny the bid.
Ganong and Mullaney combined for identical goals within three minutes of each other in the second half. With Ganong inserting, Mullaney received the feed at the top of the circle and dished back to Ganong for a one-timer on the left post. The two goals were scored seven and ten minutes into the second half.
Husson earned two corners in the second frame, but was unable to direct any shots on net and capitalize on the opportunity. The Eagles tallied a pair of shots in the half.
Bowdoin outshot the Eagles by a 21-3 margin and held a 16-2 advantage in penalty corners. Provencal made 12 saves in a complete game performance. Belitz made one stop for the Polar Bears.
Up Next

Bowdoin resumes conference play with a noon matchup at Connecticut College on Saturday.
Husson plays in its final regular season game of the year at home on Saturday. The Eagles host Thomas College and look to stay perfect in NAC action.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:21 am

Field Hockey Clinches Top Spot with 4-0 Shutout Over Camels

NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Bowdoin field hockey team clinched the top spot in NESCAC post-season play after defeating Connecticut College 4-0 on Saturday afternoon.

The top-ranked Polar Bears remain perfect at 14-0 (9-0 NESCAC) after shutting out the host Camels (4-10, 1-8 NESCAC).

How It Happened

Bowdoin got on the board just under 13 minutes into play as Kelsey Mullaney converted on a penalty corner, with a quick one-timer on the feed from Emily McColgan.
Mettler Growney and Kim Kahnweiler tallied unassisted marks with five and two minutes remaining in the half, respectively. Growney put the Polar Bears up 2-0 as she buried a rebound from the center of the circle. Kahnweiler extended Bowdoin's lead with a shot from the top of the circle that found the back of the net.
Bowdoin's final goal of the game came off the stick of Rachel Kennedy 3:20 into the second half. Kennedy redirected a Kahnweiler hit to put Bowdoin ahead 4-0.
Bowdoin outshot their hosts by a 16-4 margin and held an 11-2 edge in penalty corners. Clara Belitz stopped four shots for the Polar Bears as Ryley van der Velde made 10 saves for the Camels.
Up Next

Bowdoin sealed the top spot In NESCAC playoffs, but must first travel to Tufts on October 28 for a 7:00 p.m. matchup in their regular season finale.
Connecticut College hosts Wesleyan for a 6:00 p.m. contest on Wednesday.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:36 am

Field Hockey Delivers Pearson's 300th, Wraps Perfect Regular Season With Wet Win At Tufts

MEDFORD, Mass. – The Bowdoin College field hockey team completed the fifth perfect regular season in school history, and delivered the 300th career win for head coach Nicky Pearson, in a thrilling 4-3 victory over Tufts on Wednesday evening.

Bowdoin concludes the 2015 regular season with a perfect 15-0 (10-0 NESCAC) record. This is the fifth undefeated regular season in program history (1972, 2005, 2007, 2011). Tufts finishes third in the NESCAC standings with a 10-5 overall mark, including a 7-3 record in conference play.

It is the 300th career win for Bowdoin head coach Nicky Pearson, who becomes just the 16th coach in Division III history to reach the plateau. In her 20th season, Pearson owns a 300-57 career record (.840).

Also, in the victory, senior Rachel Kennedy notched her 92nd career goal, equaling the school's career record established by Lindsay McNamara '09.

How It Happened

Bowdoin jumped out to an early lead 2:11 into the contest off a successful penalty corner conversion by Kim Kahnweiler. Kahnweiler buried her shot from the top of the circle after receiving a feed from Mettler Growney as the inserter.
Tufts responded with an equalizer in the 12th minute, taking advantage of its second penalty corner of the game. Dominique Zarrella notched the score after deflecting a shot from Dakota Sikes-Keilp.
The two teams entered halftime tied, but Bowdoin scored another early goal in the second to jump out to a quick 2-1 advantage. Liz Znamierowski finished off a feed from Kimmy Ganong just 1:03 into the half allowing Bowdoin to regain the lead.
Zarrella tallied her second of the game, in a similar fashion to the first, to even the score ten minutes into the half. Zarrella again deflected a drive from the circle, this time from Elle Chrupcala.
Chrupcala gave the Jumbos their first and only lead of the evening ten minutes later following another successful corner. This time Chrupcala was credited with the goal as Sikes-Keilp tallied another assist.
The Polar Bears scored a pair of goals in the final ten minutes of play to take the 4-3 victory. Ganong tied the game with 7:45 to play, collecting a rebound off an Emily McColgan shot that she cracked to the upper left corner.
Following an illegal play on a Ganong shot with 3:04 remaining in the game, Bowdoin was awarded a penalty stroke. Rachel Kennedy tallied her seventh game-winning goal of the season as she converted on the opportunity to match McNamara's record.
Emily Polinski ended the day with 12 saves for Tufts as the Polar Bears outshot their hosts 24-9. Bowdoin held a 15-6 edge in penalty corners, with Clara Belitz stopping a pair of shots for the Polar Bears. Nicole Arata and Chrupcala each supplied the Jumbos with a defensive save.
Up Next

Bowdoin is set to host Bates on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. in the opening round of NESCAC post-season play.
The Jumbos will host Trinity the same day, with a matching start time.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:46 am

Kennedy Becomes Field Hockey's All-Time Leading Scorer as Polar Bears Beat Bates

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The top seeded Bowdoin field hockey team used a three goal opening half to eliminate Bates 4-1 from the NESCAC tournament.

Bowdoin (16-0) received its first goal of the game 2:44 into play from senior Rachel Kennedy who set a new school record with her 93rd career goal. Kennedy eclipsed the 92 goal mark set by Lindsay McNamara in 2008, and now sits at 94 all-time goals following a pair against Bates. The Bobcats (7-9) reached their first NESCAC playoff since 2010 after clinching the eight seed with a 1-0 win against Colby.

How It Happened

Kennedy's first goal of the game came under three minutes into play, finishing off a feed from Liz Znamierowski who worked the ball down the right line. Once she was inside the 25, Znamierowski found Kennedy at the top of the circle and swept a pass in that direction. Kennedy connected with the ball and worked around a defender before finding the short side of the net for her 93rd career tally.
Bates tied the game in the 13th minute, capitalizing on the team's first penalty corner of the game. Lauren Foster inserted the ball directly to Jessie Moriarty who waited at the top of the circle. Moriarty lined up for a direct shot on goal and watched as her ball deflected off a stick and into the back of Bowdoin's net.
The game remained tied for under four minutes as Kimmy Ganong tipped a Kelsey Mullaney shot on Bowdoin's next penalty corner. With Mullaney driving from the top of the circle, Ganong stepped in from of the left post and deflected a shot around Bates keeper Cristina Vega.
Bowdoin scored 24 seconds later off Kennedy's second goal of the game. Mettler Growney set up the play as she carried through Bates' defensive end and found Kennedy with a through pass.
The Bates defense stifled the Polar Bears' attack with a pair of key back-to-back ground saves from Vega and a defensive save by Foster in the second half. Bowdoin scored its final goal of the game with less than four minutes remaining in regulation. Nicole Barbieri broke through for Bowdoin on a breakaway pass from Kennedy. The first-year had a one-on-goal opportunity that she converted on with a drive to the right post.
Bowdoin held a slight edge in penalty corners with a 5-4 margin over the Bobcats, but outshot the visitors by a 14-5 advantage. Vega ended the day with six saves while Clara Belitz stopped a pair for Bowdoin.
Up Next

The top-ranked Polar Bears are set to host the NESCAC Championship next weekend, with the semifinals being played on Saturday. Bowdoin will face fourth-seeded Amherst at 11:00 a.m.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 08, 2015 8:14 am

Field Hockey Advances to Sixth Consecutive Championship

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin field hockey team advanced to its sixth consecutive NESCAC Championship following a 4-0 semifinal win over fourth-seeded Amherst on Saturday afternoon.

The top-ranked Polar Bears remain perfect and improve to 17-0 following the shutout. Amherst ends the season with a final 12-5 overall record. The Jeffs earned the fourth seed and advanced to the semifinals following a 2-1 overtime win against Williams.

How It Happened

Rachel Kennedy tallied her first of three goals in the game just 1:31 into the contest. Bowdoin lined for a penalty corner with Kelsey Mullaney launching a direct shot on pads from the top of the circle. Emily Horwitz made the initial stop, but Kennedy quickly buried the rebound for the 1-0 lead.
Mullaney and Kennedy connected for Bowdoin's second goal in the 22nd minute to extend the Polar Bears' lead. Once again taking advantage of a penalty corner, Mullaney fired off a shot that Kennedy tipped for a redirect.
Despite trading possession in the midfield throughout the opening half, Amherst's first challenge of Bowdoin goalie Clara Belitz came off the stick of Caroline Feeley with ten minutes remaining,
The Jeffs and Polar Bears traded opportunities to open the second half as Belitz and Horwitz were each challenged in goal. Bowdoin broke through 9:16 into the second frame to extend its lead to three. Emily McColgan collected a ball on the left side of the circle and backhanded a centering pass to Kennedy on stroke. Kennedy quickly tracked the ball and slid a shot inside the left post to cap her hat trick.
Bowdoin capped its scoring with another successful corner midway through the half. Kimmy Ganong inserted to McColgan on the left side who quickly teed up a shot that connected with the backboard for the Polar Bears' fourth.
Two minutes later Amherst looked to spoil the shutout with a penalty corner shot from Katie Paolano. Paolano's bid from the top was blocked out of the air by Kim Kahnweiler and cleared beyond the circle by Emma Olney.
Following a Bowdoin green card Paolano took another shot, this time finding Belitz, but the Jeffs were unable to capitalize on the extra-player advantage.
Bowdoin outshot Amherst by a 22-4 margin with a 6-2 edge in penalty corners. Belitz ended the day with three saves for the shutout as Horwitz made 11 stops for the Jeffs.
Up Next

Bowdoin advances to the NESCAC Championship tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. The Polar Bears will face Middlebury for the fifth straight year in the final.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Nov 09, 2015 5:25 am

Field Hockey Tops Middlebury For NESCAC Championship Title

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin field hockey team captured its eigth NESCAC Championship while snapping Middlebury's three-year win streak with a 2-1 victory on Sunday afternoon at Ryan Field.

The top-ranked Polar Bears (18-0) remain perfect on the season after handing rival Middlebury (16-2) the team's second loss on the season. Middlebury captured consecutive NESCAC titles from 2012-14, defeating Bowdoin by a single goal on each occasion.

How It Happened

Clara Belitz and Emily Miller each made a pair of saves to keep the game scoreless through the opening 12 minutes before Bowdoin would strike at 12:02. Kimmy Ganong fired a shot at Miller who made the initial save only to see Rachel Kennedy extend towards the right post and put away the rebound for the 1-0 lead.
Molly Freeman responded seven minutes later for Middlebury, tallying the equalizer 19:11 into play. Several Panthers and Polar Bears crowded the center of the circle, to the left of the stroke line, and battled for a neutral ball. Freeman popped a shot into the air that deflected off Belitz 's blocker and into the back of the net.
Miller saved another Kennedy attempt with nine minutes remaining to keep the game tied at one, while the Middlebury defense came up with a big block on Kelsey Mullaney's corner drive in the final four minutes.
Emily McColgan scored the game-winner for Bowdoin 19 minutes into the second half following a broken corner. The Panthers' defense disrupted Bowdoin's corner and the resulting play left the loose ball skidding towards the left side of the circle. McColgan collected the ball and flicked a shot through an open hole to tally Bowdoin's second.
Bowdoin nearly added a third goal a couple minutes later, but Caroline Knapp denied the Polar Bears on the right post.
The Middlebury attack consistently pressured Bowdoin in the midfield and defense, finding its way through for one final shot by Audrey Quirk in the last seven minutes.
The Panthers pulled their goalie with 1:36 remaining in the game, in favor of an additional attacker, but the Polar Bears were able to hold off the offense.
Bowdoin outshot Middlebury by an 11-5 margin. Both teams earned three corners in the contest, with both goalies making four saves.
Up Next

Bowdoin earns the New England Small College Athletic Conference's automatic qualifying bid to the NCAA tournament. Middlebury, currently ranked third in the nation, will wait for the tournament bracket and at-large bids to be released tonight.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 15, 2015 8:50 am

Bowdoin Ousts Owls From NCAA Tournament Play

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin field hockey team jumped out to a three goal lead in the opening half of Saturday afternoon's NCAA second round matchup as the Polar Bears eliminated Keene State with a 5-1 showing.

The top-ranked Polar Bears (19-0) defeated the Owls (17-8) for the second time in program history. Bowdoin and Keene State faced each other in the 2011 NCAA tournament, with the Polar Bears coming out on top.

How It Happened

Bowdoin got on the board early as Kimmy Ganong stuffed in a rebound off the pads of Meaghan Dwyer 6:23 into the game. Dwyer made the initial save on a shot by Rachel Kennedy, but Ganong waited on pads to put away the loose ball.
Keene State answered quickly with a goal from Sami Smith four minutes later. The ball came bouncing into the circle through a pair of defenders, with Smith connecting on a sweep to expedite its progress and best Bowdoin keeper Clara Belitz.
The Keene defense shut down Bowdoin for ten minutes, denying five shots and a pair of corners, before Ganong found the back off the net off a broken corner feed from Kelsey Mullaney.
Liz Znamierowski made it 3-1 in favor of Bowdoin with 10:32 to play in the first half following another broken corner. Dwyer sent a rebound towards the left side of the circle where Kelsey Bumgardner collected the ball and looked toward the far post. Znamierowski tipped in the cross for Bowdoin's third of the game.
Kennedy successfully converted on a stroke in the final four minutes to give Bowdoin the 4-1 lead.
Kennedy tallied an assist on Bowdoin's final goal of the game 22 minutes into the second half as she set up Sarah Jane Weill. Kennedy carried down the right side of the circle, working her way through a pair of defenders, before flipping a ball on pads where Weill got her stick out for a redirect to the right post.
Bowdoin outshot the Owls by a 30-2 margin, with Dwyer stopping 15 shots for the visitors. Gwendolyn Thayer came in to play the final 18:53 in net for Keene State and recorded a save. Casi Smith and Paige Hefferan each recorded a defensive save for the Owls. Belitz made one stop for Bowdoin.
The Polar Bears held a 12-1 edge in penalty corners.
Up Next

Bowdoin faces Wellesley in the NCAA Quarterfinals tomorrow afternoon on Ryan Field at 1:00 p.m.

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