Seniors Reid Berrien (Westport, Conn.) and Lacey Farrell (Greenwich, Conn.) of the Middlebury College field hockey team have been named All-Americans by the NFHCA (National Field Hockey Coaches Association). The pair helped lead Middlebury to a 17-5 record and a third trip to the NCAA title game.
Middlebury saw its hopes of a second NCAA field hockey title come to an end as they fell 4-3 to Bowdoin in the title game at Ursinus. The Panthers scored as many goals in the game as the Polar Bears had allowed all season. The national championship was the first-ever for Bowdoin College, as they finish the year with a perfect 20-0 mark. Middlebury ends the season at 17-5.
Middlebury has advanced to the NCAA Championship game after a 2-1 overtime win over Salisbury in the NCAA semifinals at Ursinus. The Panthers will take on Bowdoin, a 1-0 winner over Lebanon Valley, in the title game on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. This will mark the third NCAA title game appearance for Middlebury, as well as the first All-NESCAC final.
The Middlebury College field hockey team will make its third trip to the NCAA final four in the last five years after three NCAA Tournament wins last week. The Panthers will meet Salisbury at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 16th at Ursinus College in Pennsylvania, while Bowdoin meets Lebanon Valley in the other semifinal at 11:00 a.m. The NCAA Championship will take place on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
Three members of the Middlebury College field hockey team were honored today when the NFHCA (National Field Hockey Coaches Association) announced its 2007 All-Region teams. Seniors Reid Berrien (Westport, Conn.) and Lacey Farrell (Greenwich, Conn.) were named to the first-team, while junior Tayrn Petrelli (Harrison, N.Y.) was a second-team honoree. The three are preparing for this weekend's final four, taking place at Ursinus College.
Middlebury will make its third trip in five years to the NCAA field hockey final four after a 2-1 win at The College of New Jersey in an NCAA Regional Final. The Panthers will meet Salisbury on Friday, November 16th at Ursinus College in Pennsylvania, while Bowdoin meets Lebanon Valley in the other semifinal. The NCAA Championship will take place on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
Middlebury advanced to the NCAA Regional Final with a 4-3 overtime win over Messiah in a game played at The College of N.J. The Panthers will take on the host school at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday for a trip to the final four. Middlebury outshot Messiah 25-10 on the afternoon, holding an 18-9 advantage in penalty corners.
The Middlebury College field hockey team will take part in one of four, four-team regionals this weekend. The Panthers will travel to The College of New Jersey, where they will take on Messiah at 2:00 on Saturday. The host school meets William Smith in the other match-up at 11:00 a.m. The winners meet in the regional final for a trip to the final four on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
Middlebury outshot UMaine-Farmington 40-4 as the Panthers picked up a 5-1 win over the Beavers in an NCAA Tournament first-round game on Kohn Field. The Panthers advance to an NCAA Regional this weekend at The College of New Jersey, where they will take on Messiah (14-4) at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday. If victorious, Middlebury will play in the regional final on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. UMaine-Farmington ends its season with a 13-6 record.
Three members of the Middlebury College field hockey team earned All-NESCAC honors when the team was announced today. Seniors Reid Berrien (Westport, Conn.) and Lacey Farrell (Greenwich, Conn.) earned first-team honors, while junior Taryn Petrelli (Harrison, N.Y.) was a second-team selection. The three are preparing for the upcoming 2007 NCAA Field Hockey Tournament.
The Middlebury College field hockey team will makes its fifth consecutive and eighth overall appearance in the NCAA Tournament when they host UMaine-Farmington in a first-round match-up on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. The winner of the game will advance to The College of New Jersey for an NCAA Regional this Saturday and Sunday.
Middlebury saw its hopes of a NESCAC Championship fall short as they fell at Bowdoin 3-1 on Sunday in the title game. The Polar Bears claim their third-straight NESCAC Championship and fourth overall, improving to 16-0 on the season. With the victory, Bowdoin receives the NESCAC's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament which begins next week. Ninth-ranked Middlebury (13-4) will hope for an at-large bid. Selections will be released late Sunday night.
Middlebury' Reid Berrien scored the game-winning goal just 42 seconds into overtime, lifting the Panthers to a 4-3 victory over Tufts in a NESCAC Field Hockey semifinal game at Bowdoin College Saturday. With the win, Middlebury (13-3) earns their second-consecutive trip- and fourth overall- to the NESCAC Championship Game Sunday against Bowdoin.
Middlebury will make a run at the NESCAC championship as they travel to Bowdoin this weekend. The host school, the two-time defending NESCAC Field Hockey Champions, will host the 2007 NESCAC Field Hockey Championship at Howard Ryan Field in Brunswick, Maine. Top-seeded Bowdoin takes on fourth-seeded Williams in the semifinals on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 11:00 a.m. before second-seeded Tufts battles third-seeded Middlebury at 1:00 p.m. The 2007 NESCAC Field Hockey Championship concludes on Sunday, Nov. 4, with the final at 12:00 p.m.
Middlebury advanced to the NESCAC semifinals with a 4-2 win over Trinity. The Panthers will take on Tufts next Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Bowdoin, while the host school will play Williams at 11:00. The winners meet for the NESCAC Championship at 12:00 on Sunday. The Bantams end their season at 8-7, while Middlebury improves to 12-3 on the year.
Reid Berrien had a goal and an assist to lead visiting Middlebury to a 5-1 win over Trinity in the NESCAC regular season finale for both teams. The two squads will meet again on Sunday at Middlebury in a NESCAC Tournament first-round game at 1:00.
Rensselaer scored the first and last goals of the game, but Middlebury netted 10 in between as the Panthers picked up a 10-2 win over the Red Hawks on Kohn Field. Middlebury earns its seventh straight 10-win season, moving to 10-3 on the year, while Rensselaer (5-9) drops its sixth straight contest.
Heather McCormack registered a hat trick in the second half to help Middlebury pull away for a 7-1 victory at Bates. The Panthers improve to 9-3 (6-2 NESCAC), while the Bobcats fall to 5-7-1 (2-6 NESCAC).
Seventh-ranked Middlebury saw its three-game winning streak come to an end as they fell at #20 St. Lawrence. Meg Danielson scored her second goal of the game with no time left on the clock as the Saints earned a non-league win at SLU's North Country Field Tuesday evening.
Middlebury won its third consecutive game by shutout as the Panthers picked up a 1-0 win over Williams on Kohn Field. Caitlin Pentifallo made five saves to earn the win, having allowed just one goal in her last four games.
Middlebury College field hockey player Caitlin Pentifallo (River Edge, N.J.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. The junior goalkeeper picked up a pair of shutouts last week as the Panthers went 2-0. Pentifallo made a pair of saves in a mid-week win over Keene St. before stopping all nine shots she faced in a 1-0 victory at Amherst on Saturday.
The Middlebury field hockey team improved to 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the NESCAC with a 1-0 road win at Amherst. The Panthers will host Williams next Saturday at noon on Kohn Field.
Middlebury won for the fourth time in its last five games as they picked up a 2-0 non-league win over Keene State on Kohn Field. The loss snaps a five-game winning streak for the Owls, who were out shot 23-3 in the contest.
The Middlebury field hockey team saw its three-game winning streak snapped as second-ranked Bowdoin handed the Panthers a 1-0 loss on Kohn Field. The Polar Bears move to 8-0 on the season and have yet to allow a goal in '07. Tenth-ranked Middlebury falls to 5-2 on the year.
Middlebury won its third straight game as the Panthers topped Colby 2-1 in a NESCAC field hockey game played on Kohn Field. The Panthers return to action on Sunday with a key NESCAC contest against Bowdoin at noon.
Taking advantage of one of its six second-half penalty corners, Middlebury got the game-winning goal from Heather McCormack with 4:22 remaining to pick up a 2-1 win over Wesleyan. The Cardinals got a piece of the ball following the initial play but could not clear. Dana Heritage pushed the ball forward to McCormack who continued the ball on its way into the goal on the left side from in close.
Middlebury held a 4-1 lead and scored the game's final three goals to pick up a convincing 7-2 win over Skidmore on Kohn Field. The Panthers entered the game ranked ninth in the latest Division III national poll, while the Thoroughbreds were 17th. Middlebury moves to 3-1 on the season, while Skidmore suffers its first loss and falls to 4-1.
Tufts earned its first win over Middlebury in 22 years as the Jumbos picked up a 3-1 win over the fifth-ranked Panthers. Ileana Casellas-Katz scored both the game-tying and game-winning goals for Tufts.
Middlebury moved to 2-0 on the season as they picked up an impressive 4-1 road win at Springfield. Middlebury is ranked fifth in the latest national poll, while Springfield entered the game in the 15th slot.
Middlebury looked impressive on Kohn Field as they earned a 7-0 shutout over Connecticut College in the season-opener for both squads. The Panthers outshot the Camels 29-15 and used five different goal scorers in the game.
Former Middlebury College standout Heidi Howard '99 has been named an assistant field hockey and lacrosse coach at her alma mater. Howard comes to Middlebury from Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut, where she served as the head coach of the girls' lacrosse team for the past two seasons, while also assisting the field hockey team.