Field Hockey—2009-10 News Archive

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Saccone leads field hockey to victory (09/27/2009)
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College senior captain Meghan Saccone (Andover, Mass.) had a goal, an assist, and did the job helping to lead the defense to a shutout in a 2-0 victory over New England College in non-conference field hockey play Sunday at Bill Alfond Field.

Field hockey battles hard in loss (09/26/2009)
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Lindsay Davies (Greenwich, Conn.) scored two second-half goals to offset two scores by Colby College’s Heather Quadir (Medfield, Mass.) as the Williams College field hockey team held on for a 4-3 win over the Mules at Bill Alfond Field on Saturday.

Field hockey takes easy win over Monks (09/23/2009)
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Heather Quadir (Medfield, Mass.) continued her hot start to the season with three goals and one assist to power the Colby College field hockey team to a 5-0 non-conference win over St. Joseph’s College on Wednesday night at Bill Alfond Field.

Field hockey earns big league road win (09/19/2009)
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. --- The Colby College field hockey team has had problems the past few years winning road games and capturing overtime contests.

Field hockey team earns road game win (09/15/2009)
BANGOR, Maine --- After scoring on two penalty corners against 12th-ranked Trinity College on Saturday, the Colby College field hockey team added two more goals off corners in taking a 2-1 non-conference victory over Husson University on Tuesday night.

Field hockey falls in OT to 12th-ranked Trinity (09/12/2009)
WATERVILLE, Maine --- The Colby College field hockey team battled back from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits against 12th-ranked Trinity College, but the Bantams scored 5:03 into overtime to earn a 4-3 victory in a New England Small College Athletic Conference opener for both teams Saturday at Bill Alfond Field.

Top scorers, captains lead field hockey team (09/11/2009)
WATERVILLE, Maine --- With the top two scorers back from last year and senior captains Megan Saccone and Jevan Jammal leading the defense, the Colby College field hockey team wants a return trip to the New England Small College Athletic Conference playoffs.

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