MEDFORD, Mass. --Junior Tamara Brown (Annandale, Va.) had a hat trick to lead third ranked Tufts University (10-0, 6-0) to an 8-1 victory against Connecticut College in NESCAC field hockey action played at Bello Field Wednesday. Hannah Wagner (Sudbury, Mass.) accounted for the Camel offense, scoring on a cross from Sierra Olney (Providence, R.I.) in the second half.
Marianna Zak (Concord, Mass.) and Katie Hyder (Winston-Salem, N.C) recorded one save each in shared net-minding duties for the hosts. Steph Quinn (Arlington, Mass.) had 11 stops in the setback for the Camels.
Connecticut College will visit Middlebury College Saturday morning for an 11:00 a.m. NESCAC tilt in Middlebury, Vt.
Junior Abby Hine (Madison, Conn.) leads the club with four goals, three assists and 11 points. Senior Jen Wallace (Farmington, Maine) and first-year Kelsey Nickerson (Weston, Mass.) have both contributed three goals and one assist for the Camels. Steph Quinn (Arlington, Mass.) is second in NESCAC saves (9.17 saves per game) and ranks third in the league with a .846 save percentage.
Liz Rosenfeld (Leola, Pa.) has made two defensive saves in the backfield for Connecticut College.
October 14, 2009