Daily Collegian staff writer Jason Kates caught up with UMass field hockey head coach Carla Tagliente
and junior midfielder Renee Suter
to recap the 3-1 victory at Boston University on Sunday. With the win, UMass improved to 9-4 on the season at the conclusion of the non-conference portion of the 2013 schedule. Suter produced two goals, including the game-winner, to lead to charge against the Terriers.
The No. 13 Massachusetts field hockey team scored three unanswered
goals in the second half to defeat in-state rival Boston University 3-1
on Sunday afternoon in the final non-conference game of the season.
A two-goal performance from junior midfielder Renee Suter led the way
for the Minutewomen (9-4), tallying her first collegiate multi-goal
game. UMass coach Carla Tagliente was proud of the way her midfielder
stepped up and played a crucial part in the victory...
The conclusion of the story can be found through the Daily Collegian website. More information on UMass field hockey is available on UMassAthletics.com.