Archive for the 'Field Hockey' Category

F&M Drops Field Hockey in Season-Finale, 3-1

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

LANCASTER, Pa. – Senior Sophia Agathis scored her fifth goal of the year in Saturday afternoon’s contest against Franklin & Marshall, but it was not enough to spark the offense as the Garnet (6-12, 3-7) dropped its final game of the 2010 season by a 3-1 score at F&M’s Tylus Field

Field Hockey Closes Out Home Campaign With Loss to Haverford

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Swarthmore, Pa. – Playing her final game at Clothier Field Stadium, senior Sophia Ferguson scored a late second-half goal for the Swarthmore College field hockey team (6-11, 3-6), but visiting Haverford scored four goals in each half en route to the 8-1 victory over the Garnet on a wet Wednesday afternoon.

Gettysburg Gets By Field Hockey on Senior Day, 2-1

Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

SWARTHMORE, Pa. – Despite a tenacious attack and gritty goalkeeping from senior Katie Ashmore, the Swarthmore College field hockey team’s playoff hopes took hit on Saturday afternoon, as it was defeated by Gettysburg 2-1 from Clothier Field Stadium on Saturday afternoon in front of a huge crowd on hand for Garnet Homecoming Weekend and Senior Day.

Garnet Sports Network Live Video – Garnet Men, Garnet Women, Field Hockey Garnet Homecoming Games

Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

Field Hockey -1:00
Women’s Soccer – 4:30
Men’s Soccer 7:30

No. 3 Ursinus Blanks Field Hockey

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. – Trying to make good on its quest for a 2010 Centennial Conference playoff spot, the Swarthmore Garnet field hockey team (6-9, 3-4) was unable to combat the prolific offensive outpouring showcased by the first-place Ursinus Bears (13-1, 8-0) as the Garnet fell, 11-0, on Wednesday evening.

Garnet Rally Falls Short as McDaniel Defeats Field Hockey 4-2

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

SWARTHMORE, Pa. – Senior Sophia Ferguson and sophomore Catie Meador both scored second-half goals for the Swarthmore College field hockey team (6-8, 3-3), but it wasn’t enough to a erase a four-goal first half deficit to visiting McDaniel, as the Garnet lost 4-2 on Saturday afternoon from Clothier Field Stadium.

Teleky, Jones Lead Field Hockey Past Muhlenberg 3-0

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

SWARTHMORE, Pa. – Sophomore forward Katie Teleky scored two goals in the first half while Nia Jones added a late insurance goal as the Swarthmore College field hockey team (6-7, 3-2) rolled over Muhlenberg (1-10, 1-4) by a 3-0 score on Wednesday afternoon from Clothier Field.

For the Garnet, who have won three of four games, the sixth win of the season is the most by any field hockey squad since head coach Lauren Fuchs took over in 2008. The Garnet’s 3-2 Centennial Conference record marks the first time the team has been above .500 in conference play five or more conference games into the season since 2006, and also equals the most conference victories by any Swarthmore squad since 2007.

Garnet Sports Network: Field Hockey/Garnet Women vs Muhlenberg

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Note: The video broadcast of the field hockey game will be delayed until halftime. Sorry for the inconvenience. Commentary of the women’s game from Victor Brady ’13.

Garnet Field Hockey Tripped Up By Gwynedd-Mercy 4-2

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

GWYNEDD VALLEY, Pa. – Despite continued production from the ever-more-relevant freshman class, the Swarthmore Garnet field hockey team (5-7, 2-2) could not sufficiently capitalize on ample scoring chances as it fell 4-2 to the Gwynedd-Mercy Griffins (8-5) on Sunday afternoon .

Second-Half Goals Propel Garnet Field Hockey Past Dickinson 2-1

Saturday, October 9th, 2010

CARLISLE, Pa. – A pair of second-half goals from a pair of freshmen – Aarti Rao and Nia Jones – helped the Swarthmore College field hockey team (5-6, 2-2) rally past Dickinson 2-1 on Saturday afternoon at Biddle Field on Dickinson’s campus.

With the victory, the Garnet ties its regular season win total from the past two years and eclipses its Centennial Conference win total from both the 2008 and 2009 seasons.