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Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 6:36 am

Monks Picked Second in GNAC Field Hockey Preseason Poll

WINTHROP, Mass. – Simmons College has been selected first in the 2015 Great Northeast Athletic Conference Field Hockey Preseason Poll, as voted upon by the league's head coaches. The GNAC league office handed down the announcement on Thursday.

Saint Joseph's, which went 14-3 overall and was undefeated (6-0) in GNAC regular season play under the watch of 11th-year Head Coach Rupert Lewis last season, has been forecasted to finish second this season. The Monks garnered 39 points and a pair of first-place votes in the coaches' poll.

Simmons has been picked to defend the 2014 GNAC Field Hockey Championship after receiving four first-place votes and 46 points overall in the preseason ledger.

Saint Joseph's went a perfect 6-0 in GNAC regular-season play last fall – the first season in which the conference sponsored field hockey – but the Monks fell to Anna Maria College, 1-0, in the 2014 GNAC Tournament Semifinals.

Anna Maria, which finished third in this year's preseason poll with 33 points, went on to fall to Simmons in the GNAC Championship contest.

Johnson & Wales University finished fourth in the voting with 31 points and one first-place tally.

Making up the remainder of the poll was Lasell College in the fifth spot with 25 points, Rivier University with 14 points and Mount Ida College with eight points.

Four GNAC teams will be in action next week on Tuesday, September 1. Conference action will begin on Saturday, Sept. 12 and the six-team GNAC Tournament is scheduled to begin with first-round action on Saturday, October 31.

Founded in 1995, the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) is an NCAA Division III association made up of 12 member institutions and over 3,000 student-athletes across the New England region. Each year, the GNAC sponsors and administers 17 championships, while balancing academic integrity, athletic opportunities and community involvement.



2015 GNAC Field Hockey Preseason Coaches' Poll

1. Simmons (4) - 46

2. Saint Joseph's of Maine (2) - 39

3. Anna Maria - 33

4. Johnson & Wales (1) - 31

5. Lasell - 25

6. Rivier - 14

7. Mount Ida – 8

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 6:37 am

Comeback Bid Falls Short in 3-2 Loss at Husson

BANGOR, Maine – Husson University (1-3) edged Saint Joseph's College (0-1), 3-2, in non-conference field hockey action on Monday afternoon. Junior Kelsey Dumond (Lewiston, Maine) scored a goal with 14 shots in the losing effort.

The host-Eagles netted all three of their goals in the first half, as Lauren Russell, Kerianne Downing and Britt Mellor found the back of the cage to make it a 3-0 game heading into intermission.

The Monks came out firing in the second stanza and held a 15-4 shots advantage in the closing 35 minutes. St. Joe's finally solved Husson keeper Kaitlin Dolloff in the 50th minute when freshman Michalia Parent (Westborough, Mass.) scored off a Kayla Kelly (York, Maine) feed. Dumond netted her first goal of the season two minutes later, off a Meghan Williams (Greenland, N.H./St. Thomas Aquinas) pass, cutting the Husson advantage to 3-2.

St. Joe's continued to pepper the Eagles' cage, including a four-shot flurry in a matter of 40 seconds – but failed to convert.

Dolloff made 22 saves for the Eagles while SJC junior keeper Emma Astbury (Bridgewater, Vt.) made a pair of saves in the losing effort.

Saint Joseph's returns to action Wednesday with the team's 2015 home opener against New England College, a contest that starts at 3:00 PM.


BEYOND THE BOX

With the loss, Saint Joseph's falls to 10-10-1 in season-opening contests
The Monks' setback at the hands of the Eagles today ends the team's eight-year opening day win streak – St. Joe's had not dropped an opener since falling to UNE, 2-0, in 2006
SJC held considerable advantages in both shots (22-10) and corners (13-9) in the losing bid

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First-year players Elyse Caiazzo (Scarborough, Maine/Cheverus), Arianna Kahler (Lisbon Falls, Maine), Mackenzie Rague (Old Orchard Beach, Maine), Parent, Kayla and Kara Kelly (York, Maine) and Reagan Emerson (Gorham, Maine) all made their collegiate debut today against the Eagles
With the result, Saint Joseph's falls to 15-18 all-time against Husson University

UP NEXT

Saint Joseph's is 4-2 in the history of the series with New England College and toppled the Pilgrims by a 7-1 margin in Henniker, N.H. last season
New England is off to an 0-3 start to the 2015 season and fell to Wells College by a 3-0 margin on Sunday afternoon
The Pilgrims are on a 26-game losing streak spanning parts of three seasons, with their last win being against Rivier University on October 15th, 2013 – NEC went 0-19 last fall
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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:34 am

Field Hockey Wins Home-Opener, 4-0

STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (1-1) blanked New England College (0-4), 4-0, in a non-conference field hockey game at Mercy Field on Wednesday afternoon. Freshman Michalia Parent (Westborough, Mass.) scored a goal and added an assist in the shutout effort.

The Monks dominated the stat sheet and maintained possession in the Pilgrim's defensive end for the majority of play in their 2015 home opener, as the hosts outshot the visitors by a 42-0 margin with a 25-0 lead in penalty corners on the afternoon.

New England sophomore goalkeeper Michaela Clark (Dorchester, Mass.) played very well despite the final tally, making a whopping 31 saves while maintaining a respectable score in the complete-game performance.

St. Joe's had plenty of chances early and finally found the back of the cage when Parent steered a shot past Clark in the eighth minute. Freshman Kayla Kelly (York, Maine) set up the play with a perfect pass to Parent, who was stationed near the right post and slammed a shot into the left corner of the cage.

Sophomore Bailey Cutler (Lisbon Falls, Maine) doubled the Monks' cushion with her first goal of the season, scored 17 minutes after the Parent strike and set up by an impressive effort by senior captain Meghan Williams (Greenland, N.H./St. Thomas Aquinas), who delivered the feed after dangling through several Pilgrims players.

The 2-0 margin remained at intermission, but the Monks came out firing in the second stanza and the efforts paid off when junior Kelsey Dumond (Lewiston, Maine) scored on a Parent helper 3:37 into the latter frame.

Williams capped the game scoring at the 40:16 mark when she converted a penalty stroke attempt for her first goal of the season.

Monks freshman keeper Megan Baker (Gorham, Maine), making her first collegiate start, was untested in the shutout victory.

Saint Joseph's opens conference play with a game at Mount Ida College on Saturday at 6:30 PM. New England College hosts Anna Maria College at 1:00 PM on Saturday.

BEYOND THE BOX

With the win, Saint Joseph's improves to 5-2 in the history of the series with New England College and has now defeated the Pilgrims in three-consecutive meetings
Saint Joseph's is now 60-16 (.790) at home since the start of the 2007 campaign
With the loss, the Pilgrims extend their losing streak to 27 games – their last win was a 7-0 triumph versus Rivier University on October 15th, 2013
For Williams, the goal was the seventh of her career and matches her goal total of the 2014 season
Dumond has 19 goals over 38 career contests
Clarks save total (31) is the most ever recorded by an opposing goalie in the 21-year history of the SJC field hockey program

UP NEXT

Saint Joseph's is 1-0 all-time versus Mount Ida College, a program in the midst of its second varsity season
The Monks defeated the Mustangs, 9-0, at Mercy Field on October 11th and Cutler netted an SJC single-game record four goals in the triumph
Mount Ida is currently 0-3 and has a game at Daniel Webster College tomorrow at 4:00 PM

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:15 am

Saint Joseph’s Blanks Rivier, 6-0

STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (3-1, 2-0 GNAC) blanked Rivier University (1-4, 0-2 GNAC), 6-0, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) field hockey contest at Mercy Field on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore midfielder Elyse Caiazzo (Scarborough, Maine/Cheverus) scored twice and added an assist in the triumph.

As it played out, the Monks put the game away early as the hosts netted three markers during in the first 12 minutes. Caiazzo kicked off the game scoring with her first NCAA goal, off a Bailey Cutler (Lisbon Falls, Maine) pass, just 3:12 after the opening whistle and freshman forward Michalia Parent (Westborough, Mass.) scored her fourth of the season off a Meghan Williams (Greenland, N.H./St. Thomas Aquinas) pass just 2:02 later. Senior Amanda Celata (Dedham, Mass.) capped the early scoring at the 11:25 mark with junior Kesley Dumond (Lewiston, Maine) claiming an assist on the play.

Dumond closed out the first half with her fourth goal of the year, an unassisted strike, at the 33:40 mark.

Caiazzo connected with Williams for her second score of the day in the 39th minute and was credited with an assist on the hosts' sixth goal, a marker by Dumond in the 49th minute.

Freshman keeper Megan Baker (Gorham, Maine) did not face a shot and recorded her second shutout in as many starts while Raiders first-year netminder Emily Foster (West Lebanon, N.H.) recorded 10 stops in a complete-game performance.

Saint Joseph's will play at University of Southern Maine on Tuesday at 4:00 PM while Rivier returns to action tomorrow with a 1:00 PM non-conference match at Maine-Farmington.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 23, 2015 7:57 am

Dumond Leads Saint Joseph’s Past Southern Maine 2-1

GORHAM, Maine – Junior Kelsey Dumond (Lewiston, Maine) scored a goal in each half to lead Saint Joseph's College to a 2-1 win over University of Southern Maine in a non-conference field hockey game Tuesday afternoon at Hannaford Field.

With the win, the Monks extend their winning streak to four games and improve to 4-1 overall. Saint Joseph's has not lost since dropping its season-opener 3-2 to Husson University. Southern Maine drops its second straight game to fall to 4-5.

Dumond scored the first goal of the game in the 22nd minute to putting the Monks ahead 1-0. After receiving a pass from senior Meghan Williams (Greenland, N.H./St. Thomas Aquinas), Dumond launched a hard and high driven shot that ricocheted off of the padded hand of Southern Maine junior goalie Amanda Kasbohm (York, Maine). The Monks' lead was short-lived, however, as the Huskies surged back to tie the game in the 25th minute. Huskies' senior captain Allison Ward (Rockland, Maine/Oceanside) laced in her fourth goal of the season after receiving an insertion pass from sophomore Kaitlin Hilton (Saco, Maine/Thornton Academy) on a penalty corner to send both teams into the break tied at one goal each.

In the second half, the game seemed destined for overtime with the score locked at one all in the 64th minute. The Monks, however, benefitted from a series of four penalty corners before Dumond connected on her second goal of the game and eighth of the season in the 66th minute. Dumond's game-winner was an unassisted tally as she collected a rebounded ball in front of the cage.

The game was evenly played between the two local rivals with Saint Joseph's holding a slim 11-10 advantage in shots and an 11-9 edge in penalty corners. Kasbohm finished the game making seven saves in the loss. Huskies' sophomore Tayla Smedberg (Oxford, Maine/Oxford Hills) made a defensive save. Saint Joseph's freshman Megan Baker (Gorham, Maine) played strong in net making three saves and several key plays. Senior Chelsea Bordeau (Rumford, Maine/Mountain Valley) had a defensive save for the Monks.

Southern Maine returns to Little East Conference action on Saturday (3:30 p.m.) when it travels to Westfield State. Saint Joseph's travels to Salem State on Thursday (6:00 p.m.) for a non-conference game.


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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Sep 25, 2015 7:01 am

Saint Joseph’s Stops Salem State, 1-0

SALEM, Mass. - Sophomore Bailey Cutler (Lisbon Falls, Maine) notched the lone goal as the Monks of Saint Joseph's College earned a 1-0 victory over the Vikings of Salem State on Thursday night at Alumni Field. The Monks improve to 5-1 on the year while the Vikings drop to 2-5.

Despite being outshot 6-2, Carolyn Woodin (Arlington, Mass.) kept the Monks off the scoreboard in the first half as she saved all six Saint Joseph's shots, including a penalty shot from Elyse Caiazzo (Scarborough, Maine/Cheverus). However, the Vikings were only able to get off two shots in the period, with both being stopped by Saint Joseph's freshman keeper Megan Baker (Gorham, Maine).

After an uneventful first half, Cutler broke the silence at the 22-minute mark when she beat Woodin low, on her left side, to give the Monks a 1-0 edge. Salem State's offense was unable to get in a rhythm as they combined for four shots total throughout the match. Unable to answer the Monk's goal, the Vikings absorbed the 1-0 loss.

Woodin totaled nine saves in the match while Baker picked up four saves in the victory.

The Vikings will next host conference opponent Worcester State at 1:00 p.m. on September 26th. The Monks will entertain GNAC-rival Anna Maria College in a rematch of the 2015 GNAC Tournament semifinal on September 26th at 11:00 am.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 6:01 pm

Parent Strikes Late to Lift Monks Past AMCATS, 2-1

STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (6-1, 3-0 GNAC) defeated Anna Maria College (6-4, 1-1 GNAC), 2-1, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) field hockey contest at Mercy Field on Saturday afternoon.

THE LEAD

With the game tied 1-1, Saint Joseph's freshman forward Michalia Parent (Westborough, Mass.) scored what proved to be the game winner – her third of the young season - in the 55th minute off a perfect left-to-right crossing pass near the goalmouth.

SCORING LEDGER

The Monks opened the game scoring in the 13th minute when senior Meghan Williams (Greenland, N.H./St. Thomas Aquinas) netted her fourth penalty-stroke goal of the season.

The 1-0 edge remained until the 45:57 mark when Anna Maria sophomore forward Nicole Denver (Springfield, Mass.) found the back of the cage on a penalty corner play. Junior Lauren Beauregard (Hubbardston, Mass.) served as the injector and, after a scrum in front of the goal, Denver beat SJC freshman keeper Megan Baker (Gorham, Maine) to knot the game at 1-1. Junior midfielder Kaitlyn Moran (Leicester, Mass.) was credited with an assist on the play.

NOTABLES

Parent led the Monks with seven shots, including four on target, while Williams and junior forward Kelsey Dumond (Lewiston, Maine) registered five shots apiece in the GNAC triumph.

Anna Maria senior midfielder Kylie Dalbec (Portland, Maine) paced the visitors with three shots, including a pair on goal.

THE KEEPERS

Baker was tested early and proved up to the task, improving to 5-0 after making four stops in the victory.

AMCATS senior keeper Mary Kate Breen (Londonderry, N.H.) was busy in the losing effort with 12 saves on the afternoon.

TEAM TOTALS

Saint Joseph's held sizeable advantages in shots (22-8) and penalty corners (13-3) in the conference conquest.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the win, Saint Joseph's improves to 11-4 in the history of the series with Anna Maria College, a team that ended the Monks' 2014 season with a 1-0 GNAC Tournament Semifinal victory at Mercy Field on November 5th.

The Monks also maintain their spotless GNAC regular-season record and improve to 6-0 in one-and-a-half seasons in the conference, which began sponsoring field hockey last fall.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's travels to #9 Wellesley College (7-0, 2-0 NEWMAC) on Tuesday to face off against the nationally ranked program in a 4:00 PM start. The contest marks the Monks' first-ever meeting versus Wellesley, a team that has advanced to the third round of the NCAA DIII Tournament in each of the last two seasons.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 30, 2015 5:08 am

#9 Wellesley Tops Saint Joseph’s, 3-1

WELLESLEY, Mass. – Saint Joseph's College (6-2, 3-0 GNAC) fell to #9 Wellesley College (8-0, 2-0 NEWMAC), 3-1, in a non-conference field hockey contest on Tuesday afternoon.

THE LEAD

Wellesley, ranked ninth nationally in the latest NFHCA Poll, scored all three of their goals in the 30 minutes, as freshman Rachel Hwang (Campbell, Calif.), senior Hannah Flesch (Rockville, Md.) and senior Anissa Sridhar (London, Ontario) propelled the hosts to a 3-0 cushion before the break.

The Monks scored the only goal of the second half when first year Michalia Parent (Westborough, Mass.) pounced on her own rebound in front to net her sixth of the season.

NOTABLES

Parent recorded five of the Monks' nine shots and senior Amanda Celata (Dedham, Mass.) steered a pair of attempts on goal in the loss
The loss snaps the Monks' six-game winning streak
Sridhar paced the Blue with eight shots, including seven on target
THE KEEPERS

SJC freshman Megan Baker (Gorham, Maine) was solid in net, making a career-high nine saves in the setback.

Wellesley junior Lucy Hurlock (Needham, Mass) and first year Maggie Connelly (Duxbury, Mass.) each made four saves, as Connelly came on in the second half in relief.

TEAM TOTALS

Wellesley held considerable advantages in both shots (17-9) and penalty corners (12-5) in the win over Saint Joseph's.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

Today's game was the Monks' first-ever meeting versus Wellesley, a team that has advanced to the third round of the NCAA DIII Tournament in each of the last two seasons.

Saint Joseph's is now 1-2 all-time against New England Men's and Women's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) foes. The Monks have split a pair of games with NEWMAC opponent Wheaton College over the years and defeated the Lyons, 2-1 in strokes, in a thrilling ECAC Tournament contest on November 7th, 2007.

NEXT!

Saint Joseph's will travel to Boston on Saturday for a key Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) matchup with Simmons College (7-2, 2-1 GNAC), the reigning GNAC Champions, at 11:00 AM. The Monks are 14-6 all-time versus Simmons and have defeated the Sharks in 10-consecutive meetings dating back to the 2006 campaign.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:41 pm

Simmons Tops Saint Joseph’s, 2-0

BOSTON, Mass. – Sophomore forward Julie Saltamartini (East Hampstead, N.H.) scored both goals to lead the Simmons College field hockey team to a 2-0 victory over visiting Saint Joseph's College (Maine) today in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference contest on Winsor Field in Boston, Mass. The Sharks improve to 8-3 on the season and 3-1 in league play for their best start in over a decade, while the Monks fall to 6-3 and suffer their first loss in GNAC action to slip to 3-1.

There were only nine total shots between both teams in the match and just four penalty corners attempted.

Simmons got on the board early in the first half, scoring in the seventh minute to take a 1-0 edge. Junior forward Jenna Gagnon (Waterville, Maine) carried the ball into the box, where she found Saltamartini on her right. Saltamartini weaved through a couple defenders and collected a rebound off her own shot that was blocked by a defender. The forward deposited her ninth scoring strike of the year into the left corner of the cage at 6:56 of the opening half.

Saltamartini gave the Sharks an insurance goal with less than 10 minutes to play in the match. She carried the ball down the right side and fired a shot, while on the move, into the right side from five yards out, for her team-leading 10th marker of the season with 8:42 to play in the contest.

Saint Joseph's was unable to capitalize on a penalty stroke when first year midfielder Arianna Kahler's (Lisbon Falls, Maine) attempt went wide right of the cage with 6:02 remaining in the match. Monks' junior midfielder Kelsey Dumond (Lewiston, Maine) also got a clean look at the cage, prior to the second Simmons goal, but was turned away after firing a shot with less than 10 minutes to go in the contest.

Junior keeper Brianna Rastello (Salem, N.H.) stopped three shots to earn her fourth shutout of the year and 10th of her career for the Sharks, while first year goalie Megan Baker (Gorham, Maine) made one save for Saint Joseph's.

Simmons returns to action on Tuesday, October 6 when they travel to New London, N.H. to take on Colby-Sawyer College at 3:30 p.m., while the Monks play again tomorrow in Castleton, Vt. at 1:00 p.m. against Castleton State College.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Saint Joseph's College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:42 am

Spartans Defeat Monks, 2-1

CASTLETON, Vt. – The Castleton field hockey team picked up their second win in as many days on Sunday afternoon, defeating Saint Joseph's by a final score of 2-1 in a non-conference contest.

Rachel Holland buried the game-winning goal on a penalty stroke with just 4:03 to play for the Spartans.

The win moves the Spartans to 4-6 overall, while Saint is now 6-4.

Neither team could find much offense in the first half, as the squads went into the break locked in a scoreless draw. The Monks held an 11-1 shot advantage in the first half, as well as a 6-1 edge in both shots on goal and penalty corners.

Castleton came out firing, as Anna-Michelle Fabian broke the scoreless tie just over two minutes into the second half. Haley Spittle found Fabian in front of the cage on a pass from the endline to make it 1-0 in favor of the home team.

Saint Joseph's would score the equalizer nearly 20 minutes later, when Kelsey Dumond took a pass from Amanda Celata on a penalty corner and blasted one past the Spartan goalie.

With time winding down, the Monks scored what looked to be the go-ahead goal, however the call was quickly overturned the by officials, who ruled that the ball glanced off the body of a St. Joseph's player.

Minutes later, Spartans were awarded a penalty stroke after a physical encounter in the shooting circle. Holland stepped to the line and drove one into the upper-left side of the cage to give Castleton a 2-1 advantage with just over four minutes remaining, a score that would hold until the final whistle.

Meeghan Doris stopped seven shots in the win, while Gabrielle Ryan chipped in with three defensive saves for the Spartans. Emma Astbury stopped two shots for the Monks in the game.

Saint Joseph's held a 21-9 shot advantage in the contest, while taking 11 penalty corners to Castleton's four.

Saint Joseph's will host non-conference foe Thomas College on Tuesday at 3:00 PM.

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