Field Hockey Blanks Keene State
October 13, 2009
Heather McCormack and Lauren Greer scored two goals apiece to lead Middlebury to a 6-0 win over Keene State on Kohn Field. The victory is the sixth for the Panthers in their last seven games, while the Owls see their winning streak stopped at three.
Chase Delano opened the scoring with her first of the season just 1:59 into the contest. Greer took a feed from McCormack down low at 6:15 to give the Panthers a 2-0 advantage. The lead grew to 3-0 just 12:23 into the game as McCormack took a pass across the circle from Delano and found the back of the cage. Middlebury entered the intermission with a 3-0 advantage and 13-7 lead in shots.
Middlebury controlled the play in the second half, adding three more goals and holding a 14-2 margin in shots. McCormack netted her second of the day just 2:36 into the half, tipping a pass from Mullery Doar. Sally Ryan entered the scoring column at 42:43 with a helper going to Dana Heritage, her second of the game. Greer wrapped-up the scoring with her team-leading 10th goal of the season at the 49:32 mark.
Becca Shaw made five saves in goal to earn her first shutout of the season. Vikki Stoessel and Meghan Ledoux combined to make 14 stops for the Owls.
Keene St. (10-4) vs. Middlebury (7-3)
Date: Oct 13, 2009 Attendance: 110
Goals by period 1 2 Tot
Keene St............ 0 0 - 0
Middlebury.......... 3 3 - 6
1. 1:59 MIDFH Chase Delano (Dana Heritage)
2. 6:15 MIDFH Lauren Greer (Heather McCormack)
3. 12:23 MIDFH Heather McCormack (Chase Delano)
4. 37:36 MIDFH Heather McCormack (Mullery Doar)
5. 42:43 MIDFH Sally Ryan (Dana Heritage)
6. 49:32 MIDFH Lauren Greer (unassisted)
Shots: Keene St. 9, Middlebury 27
Saves: Keene St. 14 (Meghan Ledoux 5; Vikki Stoessel 9), Middlebury 5 (Becca Shaw 5)