Field Hockey: Tribe goes to 2-0 after weekend homestand

Written by

|

August 31, 2007

2:42 PM

Back-to-back hot, humid days did not slow down the Tribe this weekend as the College defeated Lock Haven University 4-2 and Fairfield University 5-0 to start the season. Freshman forward Rebecca Wagner came off the bench to score two goals in her collegiate debut Saturday against Lock Haven. In Sunday’s match with Fairfield, Wagner scored another goal. Her impressive weekend performance earned her womensfieldhockey.com National Rookie of the Week and CAA Rookie of the Week honors. In both matches the College pulled away from its opponents in the second half, outscoring Lock Haven and Fairfield 8-1 combined.

Share This Article

Related News

College, RBC unveil program aimed at helping low-income students transfer more easily
Power outage, Boutetourt Complex evacuation costs College $63,000
Publix to expand Virginia locations, move in on Monticello Avenue

About Author

Leave A Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *