Middlebury

Field Hockey Falls In NCAA Quarters

November 14, 2010

The Middlebury College field hockey team saw its season come to an end with a 3-0 loss at Ursinus in the NCAA Quarterfinals. The Panthers end their season with a 13-5 mark, while the Bears improve to 20-1 as they advance to the final four for the third straight season.

Three different players scored for Ursinus, with Bridget Resetco, Corinne Freeman and Alyssa Thren each netting goals. Resetco scored the first goal of the game on a hard shot from the top right corner 12:56 in for a 1-0 Ursinus lead.

At 20:03, Freeman gave Ursinus a 2-0 lead with an assist from Jennifer Bayzick . The final goal of the game came at 40:36, when Thren scored off of a penalty corner when she dribbled through the Middlebury defense for a 3-0 lead.

Ursinus, who owned a 28-9 shot advantage, held Middlebury scoreless as goalkeeper LauraLee Lightwood-Mater had one save. For Middlebury, junior goalkeeper Becca Shaw had 13 saves. Ursinus held an 18-6 advantage in penalty corners.

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