Field Hockey keeps Middlebury attack at bay
A brutal loss to Bates College ended the field hockey season this week.
Colby field hockey had a bittersweet week, losing to Williams College a few days after their victory against St. Joseph’s College on Tuesday night.
Colby field hockey found its way into the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) win column this past weekend with a victory over Hamilton College on Sunday, Oct. 16.
Colby field hockey took ninth-ranked Tufts University to the brink this past Saturday, Sept. 24, but ultimately fell 2-1 in a heartbreaker at Bill Alfond Field.
The Middlebury Panthers field hockey team defeated visiting Colby College 5-1 in a contest that remained competitive despite what the final score indicates.
Colby field hockey allowed a game-winning goal as time expired against Connecticut College.
The Colby field hockey season ended last Friday with a 2-1 loss to league rival Bates. Though the Mules started strong with a goal from Heather Quadir ’11 in the first five minutes of the match, Colby could not hold off the determined Bobcat attack. Both teams were playing for a spot in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament.
In their final game on the Bill Alfond turf, a collective team effort led by a determined senior class earned Colby their first NESCAC win of the season. All five seniors played important roles in a huge 3-0 victory over Connecticut College (Conn) on Saturday.
The Colby field hockey team faced its toughest stretch yet with two weeks of competition against some of the top teams in the league.
The Colby field hockey team shut out Thomas College on Tuesday night when co-captain Meryl Poulin â€™11 recorded her 50th career point.
The team spent the weekend on a bus, traveling first to Williamstown, Mass. to play New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) opponent Williams on Saturday and then to Henniker, NH to face New England College on Sunday.
In an exciting display of teamwork and relentless offensive and defensive effort, the Colby field hockey team earned their first win against non-league opponent Husson University on Wednesday night.
The Colby field hockey team opened the season with a 5-1 loss against a tough NESCAC opponent, the Trinity College Bantams, who finished last year's regular season first in the league and hosted the NESCAC tournament.
After recording its first New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) win last week, in spectacular fashion, the field hockey team looked for its second NESCAC triumph against Williams College this Saturday, September 26, this time in front of its home crowd. However, it was not to be, and Colby lost by a score of 4-3 for the second time this season.