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Field hockey: Bombers finish season with 5–10 record

By | Oct 30, 2010

The field hockey team came out strong with a new formation and was looking to generate more offensive opportunities this season. From the start of the season, the Bombers stressed working on corner plays as one of their best opportunities to score in a game.

Field hockey: Bombers drop first game on new turf field

By | Oct 19, 2010

The field hockey team lost 5­–2 to The College of Wooster in a non-conference game Monday. “Today was a tough loss,” senior forward Katie Brown said. “All of the teams that we’ve faced in the past and our upcoming games are games we should be winning. Games we have opportunities to win.” This was the…

Field hockey: South Hill squad posts shutout for win

By | Oct 18, 2010

The field hockey scored one goal in each half and defeated Elmira College 2–0 in Pine Valley, N.Y. yesterday. With the win the Blue and Gold evened their Empire 8 record to 2–2. The Bombers are now 5–6 overall on the season. In the first two minutes of play, sophomore forward Tracy Rivas scored by…

Field hockey: South Hill squad drops match in overtime

By | Oct 14, 2010

The field hockey team lost to Rochester in a high scoring 5–4 overtime game Wednesday. The two teams combined for 52 shots on goal. The Blue and Gold scored four goals in less than 20 minutes and led 4–0 at halftime. Sophomore forward Tracy Rivas opened the scoring for the Bombers in the first half.…

Bombers focus on double-teams to control tempo

By | Oct 6, 2010

Senior defensive back Mia Muzio chases down the Utica College player carrying the ball as senior defensive back Key Fox yells out, “double.” Muzio runs alongside the opponent while Fox goes in for the block tackle. The field hockey team comes up with the ball and sprints down the field, looking to score a goal…

Field hockey: Bombers beat top team in conference

By | Oct 2, 2010

The field hockey team defeated Utica College 2–1 Saturday at Yavits Field. This was the first Empire 8 Conference win for the Bombers this season. The Blue and Gold’s record is now 4–5 overall and 1–2 in Empire 8 competition. “Today’s game was a huge game because Utica is ranked No.1 in our conference and…

Assistant coach brings new perspective to team

By | Sep 30, 2010

Head Coach Tracey Houk isn’t the only one who’s giving the field hockey team coaching input this season. New Assistant Coach Lindsey Hendricks has joined the team this season from Skidmore College and brings a whole new perspective to the field.

Field hockey: Bombers drop fourth straight game

By | Sep 30, 2010

The field hockey team lost 3-0 to SUNY-Oneonta in a non-conference matchup Wednesday. The Bombers had the advantage in shots on goal over the Red Dragons but couldn’t find the back of the net. The team is now 3-5 this season. Ithaca made many substitutions in an attempt to control game play but were not…

Field hockey: South Hill squad drops second straight Empire 8 match

By | Sep 25, 2010

The field hockey team lost its second conference matchup this season, falling 2–1 to Nazareth College on Saturday. The Bombers are now 3–4 on the season. “It’s just a little frustrating. Sometimes it goes your way sometimes it doesn’t,” junior forward Heather Kozimor said. “We just need to clean things up and play our game.”…

Field hockey: Bombers fall to reigning Empire 8 champion

By | Sep 18, 2010

The field hockey team fell 2–1 to reigning Empire 8 champion Stevens Institute of Technology on Saturday in Hoboken, N.J. At halftime, neither team had scored. The Bombers stepped it up on defense in the second half and did not allow Stevens to score until the closing minutes of the game. In the second half,…

Blue and Gold prepare to switch playing surfaces

By | Sep 16, 2010

The days of practicing on grass are numbered for the field hockey team. With the construction of the new Athletics and Events Center comes a new outdoor turf field, situated behind the facility, that is scheduled to be completed by Oct. 4, John Wallace, facilities and operations assistant for intercollegiate athletics, said.

Field hockey: Blue and Gold fall 3–1 against nationally ranked team

By | Sep 15, 2010

The field hockey team lost 3–1 to No. 19 William and Smith College. William and Smith scored three goals in the first half. The only Bomber goal came on a penalty corner with no time left on the clock to end the game. William and Smith freshman midfielder/defender Melanie O’Connor’s shot got behind sophomore goalie Kelly…