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Postby mainejeff » Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:56 pm

#18 Maine shuts out Cornell 5-0 to move to 6-0! UC-Davis on tap tomorrow.
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Re: Field Hockey

Postby MattyB » Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:44 am

They are tearing it up right now.

No. 18 Black Bears blank Cornell 5-0 to for their sixth consecutive victory!

Maine's 6-0 start in 2018 is the program's best since the Black Bears went 8-0 to start the 1975 season: https://t.co/EyeQAfLbvo
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Re: Field Hockey

Postby MattyB » Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:45 pm

BURLINGTON, Vt. - Scoring four unanswered goals to open the game, the No. 18 UMaine field hockey team cruised past UC Davis 7-1 on Sunday afternoon at Moulton-Winder Field. The Black Bears (7-0) now need just one win to match their best start in program history.

Maine's seven goals came from six different Black Bears, as Libby Riedl led Maine with two scores. Emliy Hindle, Nina Keur, Casey Crowley, Lydia Gavner and Samantha Wagg also found the back of the net for Maine. Crowley, Brianna Ricker and Riley Field all recorded an assist. Shannon Wong tallied the lone goal for the Aggies (4-5) in the 30th minute.

In the cage, Mia Borley earned her seventh consecutive victory for the Black Bears. Chelsea. Bigelow made six saves for the Aggies in the loss.

MAINE GAME NOTES AND HIGHLIGHTS

The Black Bears outshot UC Davis by an impressive mark of 19-2, allowing the Aggies just a single shot in each half.
On penalty corners, Maine was awarded five, while UC Davis earned one in the first half.
With the win, Maine improves to 2-0 all-time over UC Davis.
Maine has now out-scored the opposition by a mark of 33-7 on the season.
With two goals, Riedl is now eight points away from 100 career points.
The Black Bears have scored at least five goals in three consecutive games for the first time since they accomplished the feat against Holy Cross, Fairfield and Hofstra in the 2011 season.

HOW IT HAPPENED
1:30 | It didn't take long for Maine to get on the scoreboard, as Riedl shot deflected off the goalkeeper's blocker and into the net.
12:26 | Off of a penalty corner, Emily Hindle redirected a shot past the diving goalkeeper
19:00 | Keur's third career goal came happened next when Brianna Ricker dribbled up the right sideline, making a move past the defender before setting up Keur in front of the net for the score.
26:13 | Crowley accepted a pass from Riedl and the fired a shot in front of a crowded net, which slid past the goalkeeper.
30:56 | UC Davis scored on a penalty corner, as Wong redirected the initial shot on goal from the pc.
43:08 | Maine countered on a penalty corner as well, as Riedl's second goal beat the goalkeeper stick side.
62:47 | Crowley made a move past a defender, dribbling the ball up the right side of the field, before passing to Ricker, who passed back to Crowley, who found Gavner in front of an open net.
65:59 | On a penalty corner, Wagg belted a shot that was blocked, but gained possession and fired a shot that bounced into the back of the net.

UP NEXT
The Black Bears wrap up their seven game road trip next Friday when they head to Dedham Field on Friday to play Northeastern. Maine returns to the UMaine Field Hockey Complex for the first time in September on Sunday, Sept. 23 at 1:00 p.m. against nationally-ranked Harvard.
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Re: Field Hockey

Postby MattyB » Wed Sep 19, 2018 10:37 am

Maine field hockey stays put in national poll: https://t.co/KzfXD0jciK
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Re: Field Hockey

Postby mainejeff » Sat Sep 22, 2018 7:25 am

Maine had a huge 9-1 win over Northeastern last night in Boston. I don't ever remember Maine thrashing a Northeastern field hockey team like this. The #18 Black Bears moved to 8-0.
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Re: Field Hockey

Postby MattyB » Tue Sep 25, 2018 11:17 am

Maine stays put at No. 18 for the 3rd consecutive week

GILBERT, Ariz. – Following a 1-1 weekend, the University of Maine field hockey team remained at No. 18 in the Penn Monto NFHCA Division I Coaches Poll for the third consecutive week.

The Black Bears trounced Northeastern 9-1 on Friday, before falling for the first time this season to now No. 12 Harvard, 4-1 on Sunday.

The 8-0 start to the 2018 season was the best start to a season in modern program-history. The eight consecutive wins to start the season was matched only by the 1975 UMaine team, who defeated UMaine Farmington three times, along with victories over Bates, Colby, UMPI, Bowdoin and Southern Maine.

Offensively, the Black Bear offense continues to score goals among the best in the country, leading the nation in goals per game (4.78), ranking second in points per game (12.11) and third in scoring margin (3.42) at the mid-way point.

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Re: Field Hockey

Postby MattyB » Wed Oct 03, 2018 8:15 am

Maine field hockey rises in national poll, Borley earns America East honors: https://t.co/IIyAjwGNb8
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Re: Field Hockey

Postby MattyB » Tue Oct 09, 2018 10:02 pm

No. 17. Black Bears Blank the Big Green in 4-0 Victory

ORONO, Maine - In the final non-conference contest of the season, the No. 17 Maine Black Bears shutout the Dartmouth Big Green in a 4-0 victory on Tuesday afternoon at the UMaine Field Hockey Complex.

The Black Bears (11-2, 2-1 AE) complete their non-conference record with a 9-1 record, with their lone blemish coming against now No. 11 Harvard on Sept. 23.

Freshman Nina Keur opened and closed the scoring for the Black Bears with two goals, while seniors Casey Crowley and Emily Hindle tallied goals for Maine in the second half.

Mia Borley stopped the one shot on goal she faced for her second-consecutive shutout and the third of her career. Hailey Valerio recorded an impressive 16 saves for the Big Green (4-6, 1-2 Ivy) in the loss.

MAINE GAME NOTES AND HIGHLIGHTS
The Black Bears outshot the Big Green by a mark 34-3 on the day, allowing just one shot on goal. Maine's offense also forced 11 penalty corners, to Dartmouth's one.
Maine led 1-0 at halftime, allowing just one shot from the Big Green.
Borley and the Black Bear defense have not allowed a goal in 214:58 of game-time, last allowing a score in the 8th minute of an 83-minute double-overtime win over UAlbany.
Maine posted back-to-back shutouts for the first time since Emma Cochran accomplished the feat with back-to-back 1-0 wins over UAlbany (10/22/17) and Vermont (10/27/17) last season.
Maine's 214:58 scoreless streak is the longest since Cochran went 243 minutes without allowing a goal, which spanned three games last season.
Over her past eight games, Keur has registered 14 points on six goals and two assists.
Riley Field has tallied five points in her last four games.
Maine now leads the all-time series over Dartmouth by a mark of 17-6, with the Black Bears winning nine-straight since 2009.
HOW IT HAPPENED
11:56 | Keur stole possession from just outside the circle on the right-side, before deking right past the incoming goalkeeper and sniped a shot into the open net.
35:20 | After Field gave Crowley possession with a pass, the senior beat three oncoming defenders, including the goalkeeper to push the shot into an open net.
46:06 | Off a penalty corner, Libby Riedl fired two shots, but both were saved. With the rebound in mid-air, Hindle redirected the ball in the left corner of the cage for the goal.
64:45 | Riedl passed a bumpy ball to Field, who one-timed a pass to Keur, as the freshman beat the goalkeeper to low right-side of the cage for her seventh goal of the season.
UP NEXT
The Black Bears remain at home this weekend, hosting UMass Lowell at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, before hosting New Hampshire on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
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