Field Hockey: Tribe shut out in weekend contest against Princeton

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September 9, 2008

9:33 PM

The College of William and Mary (0-4) dropped a pair of home matches this weekend, falling to no. 16 Princeton University 4-0 and Columbia University 2-0. Princeton out-shot the Tribe 19-8 and used that advantage to jump to a 3-0 lead in the first half.

Redshirt freshman goalkeeper Camilla Hill made her debut for the Tribe in the second half, allowing one goal and recording six saves, but the College’s offense could not penetrate a strong Princeton defense. The Tribe also dropped its home opener against Columbia, as its offense failed to generate points. The College has not scored in its last 200 minutes of action.

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