Field Hockey: Tribe falls to St. Joe’s in overtime, beats Penn

Written by


September 16, 2008

5:57 PM

Over the weekend, the College of William and Mary (1-5) fell just short of two overtime victories losing to Saint Joseph’s University 3-2 Sunday, just two days after defeating the University of Pennsylvania 3-2 in overtime. Against the Hawks, sophomore Erica Eng and freshman Leah Zamesnik notched tallies to give the Tribe a 2-1 second-half lead before the College allowed a late goal. The Tribe fell midway into the first overtime period without recording a shot in extra time. Against Penn, junior Wesley Drew and senior Lauren Giles gave the College a 2-0 lead before sophomore Jenna Cinalli scored the winning goal in overtime. The Tribe outshot the Quakers 22-14 in its first win of the season.

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

The Flat Hat
  • The Flat Hat

Leave A Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.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