Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 08, 2015 5:43 am

FH: Husson falls to Colby, 5-1

BANGOR, Maine - Husson surrendered four first-half goals in a 5-1 loss to Colby (Maine) on Wednesday evening inside Winkin Sports Complex. Despite the loss, the Eagles outshot the Mules 19-15.

Colby (6-4) scored the first three goals, starting in the 13th minute when Megan Fortier found the back of the cage with an assist by Hannah Hearn. Becca Moore (1) and Eleanor Fitzgerald (1) each scored their first goals this year in the 19th and 22nd minutes, respectively.

Husson (3-6) got on the scoreboard in the 31st minute when Lauren Russell (3) put back a rebound after a Taylor Lovley shot.

However, the Mules pushed the difference back to three goals in the 35th minute when McKayla Blanch (3) scored.

Hearn and Anna Rudinski each had an assist as Fortier (10) struck again in the 56th minute for the final tally.

Fortier ended with four shots, including two on goal.

Lovley had six shots with four on goal. Mikayla Toth had five shots, including three on goal.

Sarah Evans (6-4) played the first half and recorded five saves. Riley Whitmyer spent the second half in net and also made five saves.

Anne Marie Provencal (1-3) made six saves in the loss.

Husson travels to New England (N.H.) on Saturday, Oct. 10, for a 1 p.m. ET start.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:35 am

FH: Husson shuts out Pilgrims, 8-0

HENNIKER, N.H. – Husson shut out New England (N.H.), 8-0, in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday at Don Melander Field. The Eagles win their 10th-straight game (including playoffs) against a league foe.

Husson (4-6, 3-0 NAC) opened the scoring five minutes into the first half as Mikayla Toth received a corner and sent in a pass that was one-timed in by Britt Mellor. Kerianne Downing made the score 2-0 in the 17th minute after putting in a loose ball. The Eagles tacked on two more first half goals, including one from Taylor Lovley and one by Olivia Plaisted.

Husson added four additional goals after intermission, including a penalty stroke by reigning NAC Player of the Week Libby Kain. Three different players scored the other three goals, including Heather Douglas, Toth and Austyn Thomas.

Kaitlin Dolloff (3-3) started in net in the win. Abby Greenleaf played the second half.

Michaela Clark (2-10) saw the bulk of time in net for the New England (2-12, 0-3 NAC), finishing the game with 18 saves in 54:57.

The Eagles outshot the Pilgrims 36-0 and held the edge in penalty corners 15-1.

Husson travels to Rivier (N.H.) for a non-conference game on Monday, Oct. 12, starting at 6 p.m. ET.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Oct 13, 2015 4:38 am

FH: Royer records hat trick as Husson sinks Raiders, 7-3 in non-conference action

Nashua, N.H. - The talented Husson University field hockey squad defeated Rivier University on Monday evening by score of 7-3 in non-conference action at Raider Field.

The Eagles tallied the first five goals of the game as both Elizabeth Terry and Taylor Shaw scored twice before Kayla Royer added the fifth and final goal for Husson (5-6) in the first half. With about four minutes left to play, Rivier's (2-11) Jordan Parece was able to get the Raiders on the board as Linsey Roth collected the assist.

MayKate Sweeney scored her fourth goal of the season as the Raiders closed the deficit to three goals as the second half began. However, a goal from Lauren Russell and Royer completing the hat trick sealed the game to give the Eagles the win. Leah Ingalls would add a late unassisted goal to account for all of the scoring.

Stevie Charest made nine saves on fourteen shots before giving way to Emily Foster in the second half. Foster made three saves on five shots over the final 35 minutes. Kaitlin Dolloff was successful on seven of 10 shots in the win for Husson.

Husson will travel to Castleton for a North Atlantic Conference contest on Saturday afternoon at 4:30pm. Rivier, meanwhille, will have a full week of rest before their next scheduled contest on Tuesday, October 20 against New England College. The non-conference tilt will begin promptly at 7:00pm at Raider Field.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:37 am

Husson defeats Castleton, 4-1; Extends NAC Streak to 11

CASTLETON, Vt. – Husson defeats Castleton, 4-1, in a North Atlantic Conference matchup to on Saturday evening at Spartan Stadium. The Eagles win their 11th-straight game (including playoffs) against a league foe.

The Eagles now sit at 6-6 on the season, and remain unbeaten in conference action at 4-0.

Haley Spittle scored the lone Castleton (4-9, 1-3 NAC) goal, while Meeghan Doris made 14 saves in the defeat.

Husson (6-6, 4-0 NAC) got on the board early, when Hanna Jordan collected a loose ball in the shooting circle and scored at 13:33 of the first half. Libby Kain would double the Eagles' lead to 2-0 when she took a pass from Mikayla Toth and found the back of the cage just 10 minutes later. Taylor Lovely would extend the lead to three goals before the end of the half for the Eagles, scoring unassisted with less than five to play before the break.

The Eagles struck again with less than nine minutes remaining in the contest when Elizabeth Terry took a cross in front of the cage from Jordan and buried it to give the visiting squad a 4-0 lead.

Spittle would get the Spartans on the board with less than five to play when she took a pass from Rachel Holland and fired a shot past the Husson goalkeeper to make it 4-1.

Doris stopped 14 of the 18 shots she faced, while Kaitlin Dolloff made five saves for the Eagles.

Husson held a 22-15 shot advantage, while also holding a 9-7 advantage in penalty corners.

Husson will travel to Middlebury tomorrow to face the No. 3 Panthers for a 1 p.m. game and the Spartans are back in action on Wednesday evening at 4:00 p.m. when they host No. 10 Skidmore.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:37 am

Eagles lose to #3 Middlebury

MIDDLEBURY, Vermont – Third-ranked Middlebury scored four first-half goals on its way to a 5-0 win over Husson (6-7) in the first-ever meeting between the two schools.

Middlebury took a 1-0 advantage just 3:40 into the game on the 11th goal of the season from Pam Schulman. After her initial shot was saved by Husson goalkeeper Anne-Marie Provencal, Schulman gathered her own rebounds and found the back of the cage.

Annie Leonard took a pass from Grace Jennings and converted at the 6:50 mark to make it a 2-0 game. The tally was her team-leading 13th of the season. Jennings assisted on the next goal as well, working a give-and-go with Bridget Instrum, who finished for her seventh of the year.

Leading 3-0, the Panthers converted on a penalty corner at 27:10. Instrum inserted the ball to Anna Kenyon, who stopped it before Shannon Hutteman blasted a shot past Provencal for her fourth tally this fall.

The game remained 4-0 before Audrey Quirk carried the ball downfield and sent a crossing pass from right to left. Carson Peacock was there to convert for her second of the year and a 5-0 advantage.

Middlebury nearly added to its lead in the 68th minute, but Husson's Kayla Royer made her second defensive save of the game, keeping it a 5-0 contest.

Emily Miller picked up the win in goal with one first-half save, while Evangeline Dunphy played a scoreless second half. Provencal finished with 10 stops for the Eagles.

Middlebury held a 28-3 shots advantage in the game and led by a 17-2 margin in penalty corners.

The Panthers are off until next Saturday when they visit Bates, while the Eagles have no break in their schedule as they visit second-ranked Bowdoin on Wednesday.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 22, 2015 5:15 am

Eagles lose 4-0 to #1 Polar Bears

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Husson University fell to the number one team in the nation Bowdoin College Wednesday night, 4-0, in the Eagles' second contest against a nationally ranked opponent in the last three days. Husson was anchored by goalkeeper Anne Marie Provencal who recorded 12 saves on the game in the loss.

The Polar Bear attack was powered by Rachel Kennedy who had two goals on six shots, five of which were on cage. Kimmy Ganong tallied the other two scores for Bowdoin (13-0) who reeled off 21 total shots with 16 on goal and Kelsey Mullaney added three assist.

Libby Kain, Mikayla Toth and Taylor Lovley all managed shots for Husson (6-8), with Lovley's on target.

Husson looks to get back to their winning ways as they return to the Winkin Sports Complex this Saturday to take on Thomas on Senior Day at 1:00pm to close out the regular season. Bowdoin resumes conference play with a noon matchup at Connecticut College on Saturday.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:39 am

Eagles lose to Terriers on Senior Day, 1-0

Bangor, Maine - Husson University's field hockey team suffered a tough, 1-0, loss against in state rival Thomas College on Senior Day in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action at Winkin Sports Complex for the first time since 2004. The Terriers end a 16 game losing streak to Eagles and Husson's 11 game winning streaking (including playoffs) against a league foe.

In the first half of play Husson (6-9, 4-1 NAC) and Thomas (8-8, 4-1 NAC) were at a stalemate until the 14:40 mark when Taylor Bergeron scored the lone goal of the game with an assist from her teammate Katie Taylor. Thomas would head into intermission with a lead of 1-0.

Husson came into the second half playing aggressively to try and put a goal on the board but Thomas' netminder Abbie Charrier stop each shot she faced in the half to record the first shutout of Husson since 1997.

Husson out shot Thomas 11-8, both teams had 6 shots on goal.

Charrier registered 6 saves in the win and Kaitlin Dolloff racked up 5 of her own in the loss.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:57 am

Shaw's five goals helps Eagles advance to NAC Championship Final

Bangor, Maine – Taylor Shaw's five goals help propel the defending North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Champions Husson to a 6-1 win over Colby-Sawyer in a NAC Championship semifinal match-up on Saturday evening at the Winkin Sports Complex to advance to their second consecutive NAC Championship final.

Lauren Russell gave Husson (7-9) the lead one minute and seven seconds into game with an unassisted goal before Shaw scored the game-winner in the sixth minute with an assist from Olivia Plaisted when she put the ball pass Colby-Sawyer (8-8) keeper Jodi Dumayne for her first of the game.

Shaw tallied two more unassisted goals in the first half at the 6:19 and 19:23 marks as the Eagles headed into intermission with a 4-0 lead.

Coming out of the break, Shaw extended the Eagles lead eleven seconds into the half with her fourth of the game when she found the back of the net off a nice pass from Russell.

Husson scored once again seven minutes later, when Russell found Shaw for her fifth, tying the school's single-game record of five goals held by two-time All-American Sabrina Vaillancourt. She set the mark on November 3, 2012 in the 2012 NAC Championship game vs. Castleton.

Taylor O'Connor scored the Chargers lone goal in the game at the 57:33 mark with a unassisted goal to close out the scoring in the game for both teams.

Dumayne registered ten saves in the lost. Anne Marie Provencal made four saves to pick up her second win on the season.

The Eagles outshot the Chargers 20-11 and Colby-Sawyer edge out Husson by one in penalty corners, 10-9.

Husson will host second seeded University of Maine at Farmington on Saturday, November 7 to determine who will receive the NAC's automatic qualifier into the 2015 NCAA DIII Championship Tournament. The Beavers defeated third seeded Thomas earlier in the day by a score of 2-1. The game time will be announced at a later time.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 08, 2015 8:22 am

Shaw leads Husson to Second Consecutive NAC Field Hockey Championship

BANGOR, Maine – Taylor Shaw netted two goals to help propel Husson to their second consecutive NAC Field Hockey Championship with a 2-0 win over UMaine-Farmington on Saturday afternoon at Winkin Sports Complex.

In the first half, Husson (8-9) and UMaine-Farmington (10-5) had numerous scoring chances but the game remained scoreless going into intermission.

Taylor Shaw gave the Eagles the lead in the 39th minute when she found the back of the net off a nice pass from Taylor Lovely.

The Eagles extend their lead to two goals seven minutes later when Libby Kain's shot attempt defected off UMaine-Farmington's keeper Patty Smith right to the stick of Olivia Plaisted and she passed it over to Shaw who tip it in for her second of the game.

Smith registered eleven saves in the lost. Anne Marie Provencal made seven saves to pick up her second shut out and her third win on the season. Husson has not allowed a goal to UMaine-Farmington in the last four matchups.

Whitney Arno recorded two defensive saves in the win for the Eagles.

The Eagles outshot the Beavers 19-14 and took the advantage on penalty corners, 14-8.

Husson midfielder Mikayla Toth was named the Most Valuable Player and she is joined on the all-tournament team with her teammates Kain, Abigial Simmons, Shaw and Provencal; UMaine-Farmington's Delainey Kein, Emmah Spahr and Smith; Thomas's Emily Leighton and Caitlin Poulin; and Colby-Sawyer's Taylor O'Connor and Courtney Andrews.

Husson advances to their second consecutive appearance in the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship tournament for the fifth time in program history.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Nov 10, 2015 4:47 am

Husson field hockey team gains NCAA tourney berth

Husson University second-year head coach Madeline Hoeppner was faced with a dilemma when standout captain Kayla Royer, the only returning defender from 2014, suffered a season-ending leg injury on Oct. 24. “It has been quite a challenge. Kayla was such a force. She’s our career record holder for defensive saves, …

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