Sports in Brief: September 25

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September 24, 2009

10:19 PM

Women’s golf: Sweet garners second straight Golfer of the Week award

The CAA named sophomore Caroline Sweet the Golfer of the Week for the second straight week Thursday. At the Great Smokies Intercollegiate in Waynesville, N.C. last weekend, Sweet shot a first-round score of 69 (-3), tying the school record held by senior Morgan Stepanek and sophomore Kristen Hamel. Though the event’s final round Sunday was shortened due to inclement weather, the Bowie, Md. native was named a co-medalist.

Field Hockey: Spiders shut down Tribe, 3-1

Senior captain Wesley Drew’s score off a penalty corner was the Tribe’s lone goal in its 3-1 loss against Richmond (4-5) Wednesday at Busch Field. The College (3-5) had many opportunities to score, including sophomore Leah Zamesnik’s two shots past Spiders’ goalie Jackie Raithel, but both attempts were waived off, since Zamesnik was not fully inside the scoring boundary. In net, sophomore Camilla Hill made seven saves on 10 Richmond shots. For a full game story, check out http://www.flathatnews.com/content/71546.

Men’s soccer: College exterminates Spiders

Seven goals by seven different players propelled the College (4-2) to a dominating 7-0 victory Wednesday night over Richmond (2-5). The Tribe’s home opener saw three goals by the 17th minute and four second-half tallies. Senior midfielder Price Thomas’s third goal of the year opened the scoring early, while senior forward Andrew Hoxie led the College in points with one goal and two assists. Defensively, junior Andrew McAdams and sophomore Colin Smolinsky combined for the Tribe’s third shutout of the season as the College outshot the Spiders 21-6. For a full game story, check out http://www.flathatnews.com/content/71546.

Women’s soccer: Bristol’s goal leads Tribe to fourth straight win

The College took down host UNC—Wilmington 1-0 Thursday night, behind a second half goal from freshman forward Cortlyn Bristol. Bristol fired a shot into the upper right corner of the net in the 55th minute after coming on as a substitute. Junior goalkeeper Grace Barnard made five saves to run her streak of consecutive shutouts to four matches. The Tribe improved to 7-2 on the season and is now 1-0 in the CAA.

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