Field Hockey: College splits a pair of conference matches

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October 23, 2007

3:18 AM

The Tribe, now 8-9 overall and 2-5 in the CAA, recorded a 3-0 victory against VCU before losing 3-0 to no. 8 James Madison University over the weekend. Outshooting VCU 8-1 Saturday, the College put away three goals in the first half, including the game-winner from senior captain and midfielder Jes Kacerek in the 19th minute.

p. Freshmen forwards Michelle Krewinghaus and Jenna Cinalli added a goal apiece to extend the Tribe’s lead and secure victory. In Sunday’s match at JMU, the game remained tied after 35 minutes of scoreless play, but the College yielded three second-half goals en route to a 3-0 loss. The Dukes enjoyed a 19-2 advantage in shots, holding the Tribe to one shot in each half. Senior goalkeeper Gwen Hunter recorded six stops and is now one of three Tribe goalkeepers with over 300 career saves.

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