Thursday, September 21, 2006

Field Hockey Notebook

Ursinus had its four-game win streak snapped at TCNJ on Tuesday, 2-1 ... the Bears had knocked off #4 Rowan and #20 Catholic in addition to CC victories over Bryn Mawr and Dickinson ... Jess Rogers (Selinsgrove, PA / Selinsgrove) and Jennie Moore (Phoenixville, PA / Phoenixville) lead the team with six goals, while Kait Sutherland (Perkiomenville, PA / Perkiomen Valley) has a team-best four assists ... Sutherland is one assist (17) shy of cracking the Centennial's career top 20 in that category ... Swarthmore's Summer Spicer (Laurel, DE / Laurel), Haverford's Zoe Lloyd (Southampton, NY / Southampton) and Bryn Mawr's Rachel Brady (Glen Ridge, NJ / Glen Ridge) were all named to the All-Seven Sisters team ... Muhlenberg went on the road for the first time this season after six straight home games and defeated Drew, 4-0 - the Mules' biggest road shutout win since 1992 ... seven different players scored goals in Johns Hopkins' 9-0 rout of Notre Dame ... it was the 107th career win for coach Megan Callahan, tying her for the all-time lead at JHU with Sally Beth Anderson ... Conference play kicks into high gear on Saturday ... Franklin & Marshall looks for its ninth straight win against Haverford when it travels to the Main Line ... the Fords' last victories in the series came at home in 1995 and 1997 ... Gettysburg visits Swarthmore looking to extend its five-game win streak over the Garnet ... Muhlenberg crosses the Mason-Dixon line to take on McDaniel ... the Mules are in search of their first win in Westminster since 2000 ... Washington travels north to take on Ursinus ... the Bears are 4-0 all-time against the Shorewomen.

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