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Field Hockey Falls To #1 Maryland In NCAAs

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A fantastic season for the UMass field hockey team came to a close on Saturday when Justine Sowry's Minutewomen, winners of the Atlantic 10 Championship and an NCAA at-large team, fell to No. 1 Maryland, 4-2 at the Terps Field Hockey Complex. Maryland, the winners of three of the last five National Championships, jumped out to an early 2-0 lead and led 4-1 at halftime, but the Minutewomen outplayed the host team for the latter part of the first half and almost all of the second half. Seniors Makaela Potts and Jaime Bourazeris netted the UMass goals in the final game in the Maroon & White for them and senior captain Katie Kelly.

  • Minutewomen Fall To No. 1 Maryland, Michael Wood, Daily Collegian
  • Field Hockey Falls To #1 Maryland In NCAAs, 4-2, UMassAthletics.com
  • Terps Advance To NCAA Second Round, UMTerps.com

  • Wrap-Up Of Field Hockey's 2-0 Senior Weekend

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    It was a big weekend for the UMass field hockey team as it improved to 5-0 in A-10 play and ran its winning streak to seven with wins over Temple (1-0) on Friday and Saint Joseph's (4-1) on Senior Day on Sunday. Below is all the coverage.

  • For Sowry This Senior Day Is A Special One, Daily Collegian
  • UMass Topples St. Joe's On Senior Day, UMassAthletics.com
  • Hawks Fall At UMass, 4-1, SJUHawks.com
  • Defense Leads UMass Over Temple, 1-0, UMassAthletics.com
  • Temple Falls To League-Leading UMass, 1-0, OwlSports.com

  • Recapping Field Hockey's 2-0 A-10 Weekend

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    The field hockey team recorded two huge Atlantic 10 victories over the weekend to take over first-place in the conference standings at 3-0. On Friday, the Minutewomen knocked off previously conference unbeaten Lock Haven, 2-1 at Garber Field. On Sunday, UMass travelled to defending A-10 champ Richmond and defeated the Spiders, 2-1 in overtime. Below is more coverage of the wins.

  • Video Highlights of Win vs. Lock Haven
  • Video Interviews Following Lock Haven Win
  • Minutewomen Continue A-10 Unbeaten Streak, Michael Wood, Daily Collegian
  • Zono's Comeback Fuels Second Half Surge, Pete Vasquez, Daily Collegian
  • Field Hockey Blanks SLU, Faces Dartmouth Tuesday

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    Under the lights at Garber Field on Saturday, the UMass field hockey team (6-6) started Atlantic 10 Conference play on the right foot by defeating Saint Louis in convincing fashion, 4-0. The Minutewomen outshot the Billikens, 28-0, the first time in over a decade UMass held an opponent without a shot.

    The Minutewomen close non-conference play on Tuesday with a 3 p.m. game at Dartmouth. They then return home to host new A-10 member Lock Haven on Friday at 3 p.m. before heading to Richmond on Sunday.

    Video Highlights
    Postgame Interviews
    Historic Night For Minutewomen, Pete Vasquez, Daily Collegian
    Minutewomen Offensive Side Gains A Boost, Michael Wood, Daily Collegian
    UMass Field Hockey Beats St. Louis, Hampshire Gazette
    Billikens Tripped Up At Massachusetts, SLUBillikens.com

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