NE-10 Field Hockey Report: Week 8Stonehill's Erika Kelly scored three goals in the Skyhawks only game of the week and is now just one goal shy of tying the all-time NE-10 mark
NE-10 Field Hockey Report: Week 7Stonehill's Erika Kelly was named NE-10 Player of the Week for the third time this season as her big week helped the Skyhawks go 2-0.
NE-10 Field Hockey Report: Week 6Adelphi's Lena Pollich had a big offensive week for the Panthers as they won two key NE-10 games, and she has been named the Player of the Week.
NE-10 Field Hockey Report: Week 5Assumption went 3-0 last week and knocked off two nationally-ranked teams in the process, leading to three Greyhounds student-athletes being tabbed for weekly awards from the Northeast-10 Conference.
NE-10 Field Hockey Report: Week 4An impressive 3-0 week by Stonehill, led by senior forward Erika Kelly's offensive prowess lands the Skyhawks a complete sweep of this week's NE-10 Field Hockey awards.
NE-10 Field Hockey Report - Week 1Saint Anselm's Meagan Halligan was selected as the first honoree of the Player of the Week as she helped lead the Hawks to a 2-0 weekend with three goals and an assist.
Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Report: Week 9LIU Post's Dani Crouse anchored the defense during a 2-0 week for the Pioneers. Her squad outshot its opponents (American Int’l and Stonehill) 45-22 and also held a 29-17 advantage in penalty corners. She registered a defensive save in each contest, including making the save on the lone Skyhawk shot in the overtime period.
Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Report: Week 7LIU Post's Keliann Margiotta tallied 10 points (4g, 2a) on the week for the fifth-ranked Pioneers. Against East Stroudsburg, she scored the game-winner in overtime to secure the 2-1 win, and she added a hat trick and a record-setting assist in the Pioneers’ win over Adelphi as she set a new Pioneer record for assists in a season.
Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Report: Week 5Carlee Dragon set a new mark for career goals in LIU Post history. The senior led the fifth-ranked Pioneers to two wins, scoring the game winners in both games. She totaled nine points on the week (4 goals, 1 assist), including the game winner in the Pioneers 4-3 double overtime thriller over Merrimack on Sunday.
Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Report: Week 4LIU Post's Carlee Dragon led the No. 5 Pioneers to a 2-0 week with her second-straight 11 point week. She led the team in many categories on the week including points (11), goals (four), assists (T-three), shots (27), shots on goal (20), and game-winning goals (T-one). Against So. Connecticut, the senior tied her career-high with 10 points on four goals and two assists.
Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Report: Week 3Stonehill's Erika Kelly led the 4th-ranked Skyhawks to a 3-0 week as she scored six of the team’s nine goals scored, including all three game-winners. She netted her third-straight hat trick with all three Stonehill goals in Tuesday’s 3-1 triumph at preseason NE-10 favorites Merrimack, and then scored the go-ahead goal in Thursday’s 3-1 victory over 10th-ranked American Int’l. Closed the week out with two goals in Saturday’s win at So. Connecticut.
Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Report: Week 2Bentley's Lirange, the conference’s second-leading scorer, had three goals and one assist during a 2-0 week for the Falcons. She scored twice in a 3-0 win over Franklin Pierce and had both a goal and an assist in a 2-0 victory over So. Connecticut.
Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Report: Week 1Stonehill's Erika Kelly led the 10th-ranked Skyhawks to a pair of wins over nationally-ranked programs by scoring seven of her team’s nine goals over the weekend. She netted all three goals in Saturday’s 3-2 overtime triumph over #3 Bloomsburg, marking the first victory over the Huskies in program history, and scored four more goals in Sunday’s 6-5 comeback win at #9 East Stroudsburg.
Northeast-10 Field Hockey NCAA Report: Week 11UMass Lowell's Vanessa Kent scored the opening goal in UMass Lowell’s 2-0 victory over Merrimack in the NCAA Tournament semifinal round. Her goal would help propel the River Hawks to the National Title game. It is the first time this season she earned the award.
Northeast-10 Field Hockey Report: Week 10Merrimack College knocked off Bentley University, 3-2, in the opening round of the 2012 NCAA Field Hockey Tournament to advance to the National Semifinals, where they will take on UMass Lowell on Friday at 4 p.m.