Posts Tagged ‘Tracey Scanlon’
The No. 3 Maryland field hockey team (8-1, 2-0 ACC) notched its 100th win at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex Saturday with a 5-0 victory over ACC opponent Wake Forest (1-7, 0-2 ACC).
Frazer put Maryland on the board just under eight minutes into the game. After a penalty corner, Frazer knocked in the goal off of senior co-captain Jemma Buckley’s saved shot.
In the 31st minute, freshman Katie Gerzabek added the Terrapins’ second goal. She drove into the circle and scored to put Maryland up 2-0 before the break.
Maryland will play host to Princeton (3-4) Sept. 27 at 7 pm.
CARDINALS FLY. Catholic University’s field hockey team (7-1)visit McDaniel tonight at 7. The Cardinals are flying high after a pair of wins last week including one over a top-20 team.
No. 14 CU opened the Landmark Conference schedule with a 6-0 road win at Moravian (5-2) on Sept. 24. Freshman Kim Hermann netted a hat trick for the Cardinals (6-1), and Colleen Harwood, Tracey Scanlonand Rebecca
Lukaszczyk also added scores.
Earlier in the week, the Cardinals improved to 5-1 with a 2-0 shutout of No. 11 Mary Washington. Hermann and Mary Swarthout took care of the scoring for the Cardinals and Megan Comunale posted a five-save shutout in goal.
ROLLERCOASTER PEAKS AT AU. The up-and-down American University field hockey season is up again, after the Eagles soared to a 2-1 upset of sixth-ranked Boston College Sept. 26. This was AU’s second victory over a top 10 opponent this year.
Jenn Bradley put AU (3-5) on the scoreboard in the second minute of play when she converted a breakaway opportunity. Following American’s goal, defense was the story for the rest of the first half as the Eagles held BC (7-3) without a shot in the opening 35 minutes.
AU extended its lead to 2-0 in the 53rd minute on an Alex McMackinstrike following American’s fifth consecutive penalty corner.
Sophomore Ashley Dalisera was a pleasant surprise for the Eagles, stopping 12 of 13 shots she faced in the second half for Dalisera’s first career win.
Boston College cut the American lead in half in the 64th minute when sophomore Chapin Duke converted a rebound opportunity.
by CU Athletic Department
The Catholic University field hockey team returns to action Sept. 21 when the Cardinals take on the nation’s 11th ranked team, Mary Washington, inside Cardinal Stadium. Action is set to begin at 7 p.m.
After going 1-1 a week ago with its loss coming vs. a to a-10 foe, Catholic University checks in at No. 14 in this week’s Kookaburra/NFHCA Coaches Poll, announced on Tuesday. The Cardinals enter this week at 4-1 and received 274 points in the poll.
CU took down Gettysburg in its first game last week by a score of 8-0. Six
different Cardinals scored, including Tracey Scanlon who netted a hat trick,
while Megan Communale and Alison Dillard combined for the shutout in goal.
On, Sept. 17 the Cardinals dropped their first game of the season to No. 10
Rowan by a 3-2 score. CU led 2-1 at halftime but was unable to hold on in the
end. Freshman Kim Hermann scored both goals for CU, and finished the week with seven points in the two games, which earned her the Landmark Conference Offensive Player of the Week award.
Through five games CU has outscored its opponents 18-6, and out shot them