Field Hockey With Fourth Straight Shutout - Fowler Sets School Mark
October 9, 2012
Middlebury had little trouble at Keene State Tuesday night, as the second-ranked Panthers handed the Owls a 9-0 loss at Owl Athletic Complex. The Panthers improve to 11-0 on the season, with a 32-0 scoring advantage over their last four opponents. Keene State (9-5) sees its six game winning streak come to an end.
After keeping the Panthers at bay for the first 17 minutes, the flood gates opened. The Panthers poured in five first half goals and found the back of the net four more times in the second half.
Catherine Fowler set a new school record with four assists in the game, to go along with her two goals for an eight-point night. Lauren Greer, who leads Division III in goals and points per game, had two goals and an assist for the Panthers, while Anna Kenyon scored a pair. Katherine Theiss and Elinore O’Brien and Shannon Hutteman also scored for Middlebury.
Middlebury held a 31-2 shots advantage while taking 21 of the game’s 23 penalty corners. Maddie Brooks played the first 60:51 and made one save for the Panthers, while Emily Knapp didn’t register a save in the final 9:09. Meaghan Dwyer started in goal for KSC and made 10 saves, while Chloe Audesse played the final 22:53 and made one save.