NESCAC Nominations for NCAA Woman of the Year Award Announced
June 17, 2013
Elena Crosley and Lauren Greer, 2013 graduates of Bowdoin and Middlebury, respectively, have been nominated for the 2013 NCAA Woman of the Year Award by the NESCAC.
NESCAC Announces Woman of the Year Nominees
June 11, 2013
Six women have been nominated by their institutions to represent the NESCAC as its Woman of the Year nominee. A committee will select the NESCAC’s representative for the award.
Danielle Ryder Named Head Field Hockey Coach at Bates
May 14, 2013
Ryder has served as head coach at the University of New England for the past two years, compiling a 29-14 record, two postseason appearances and the first national ranking in program history.
Middlebury's DeLorenzo Inducted into Goucher Hall of Fame
April 29, 2013
Middlebury field hockey coach Katherine DeLorenzo was recently inducted into the Goucher College Athletics Hall of Fame.
Middlebury's Greer Receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
April 4, 2013
Senior Lauren Greer, the NESCAC Field Hockey Player of the Year, was named as one of 58 individuals to receive an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Hohlt Departing as Bates College's Field Hockey Coach
February 28, 2013
Wynn Hohlt has announced her intention to leave the Bates College field hockey program, effective at the end of the current academic year.
Quarterfinals - Saturday, October
hosted by Higher Seeds
#1 Middlebury def. #8 Connecticut College, 7-0
#2 Tufts def. #7 Wesleyan, 2-0
#3 Bowdoin def. #6 Williams, 3-0
#5 Amherst def. #4 Trinity, 3-2 (2OT)
Semifinals - Saturday, November
hosted by Middlebury
#1 Middlebury def. #5 Amherst, 3-2 (OT)
#3 Bowdoin def. #2 Tufts, 4-1
Championship - Sunday, November
hosted by Middlebury
#1 Middlebury def. #3 Bowdoin, 3-2 (SO)
Middlebury wins in Penalty Strokes, 3-2
Field Hockey Player of the Week - November 5,
Madeline BrooksMiddlebury College
Senior • Goalkeeper • Clayton, Mo.
Brooks helped lead the Panthers to their second NESCAC Championship
with her stellar play in goal over the weekend. The senior was at
her best on Sunday, when she racked up nine saves in her
team’s 3-2 triumph over third seeded Bowdoin in the
conference finals. She stopped three of five shots in the decisive
shootout to seal things for the hosts. Brooks also turned away five
shots in Middlebury’s dramatic 3-2 overtime victory over
fifth seeded Amherst in the semifinals on Saturday. Player of the Week Archive