The NCAA Division III Field Hockey Committee has announced the field of 24 teams which will compete in the 2014 NCAA Championship and Mount Holyoke College was one of four teams to earn an At-Large selection.
ophomore Charlotte Wagner’s goal in the 29th minute proved to be the winner as the second-seeded Mount Holyoke field hockey team defeated third-seeded MIT in the semifinals of the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Field Hockey Championship Tournament at the Wellesley Outdoor Fields Complex.
Senior captain Kirsten Kilburn scored twice and added an assist to lead nationally-ranked Mount Holyoke College to a 4-1 non-conference win Thursday over host Western New England University at Golden Bear Stadium.
Behind the efforts of six different scorers, the Mount Holyoke College field hockey team powered past Smith College by a 7-1 margin in New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) action on Tuesday evening.
First year Sophie Perekslis scored a pair of goals, including the eventual game-winner, to lead the Mount Holyoke College field hockey team to a 4-1 win over Clark University in NEWMAC action on a rainy Saturday afternoon.
The ECAC has released its weekly honors in field hockey and Mount Holyoke College student-athlete Liz DiCesare was honored. On the heels of her NEWMAC Defensive Performer of the Week on Monday, she was recognized as the ECAC Division III New England Defensive Player of the Week.