The Bermuda Ball Hockey League Season continued at the PCC Hockey Rink with 10 goals scored in a double header.
Muskegon Lumberjacks 3 Manitoba Moose 2
In the opener the Muskegon Lumberjacks edged the Manitoba Moose 3 – 2. The Muskegon Lumberjacks got single strikes from Jeremy Estey, Hugh Vickers and Steve Jean, while the Manitoba Moose got goals off the sticks of Andrew Bonner and Paul Debarros.
Lone Star Brahmas 4 San Francisco Spiders 1
In the nightcap the Lone Star Brahmas defeated the San Francisco Spiders 4 – 1. Matthew Benson scored 2 goals to lead the Lone Star Brahmas to victory, Chris Cairns and Chad Cundliffe added a goal each, while the San Francisco Spiders lone goal came from JM Tremblay.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Boonstra Scores Babson College Winner
Sophomore Isabella Boonstra broke a scoreless deadlock with 1:13 remaining in the third quarter as 19th-ranked Babson College defeated Wesleyan University, 1-0, in Non-Conference Field Hockey action at Smith Field.
Babson, which won its sixth consecutive game, improves to 11-3 on the year, while Wesleyan slipped to 5-7 with its third straight one-goal loss.
Junior Maddy Paro contributed an assist and sophomore goalkeeper Cassidy Riley made three saves, all in the second half, for Babson.
Senior goalkeeper Delaney Wood made seven of her eight saves over the final 30 minutes for Wesleyan, who were outshot 25-9 in the match by Babson.
After combining to put just one shot on goal in the opening half, Babson forced Wood to make three saves over the first 5:09 of the third quarter. Riley made her first save of the afternoon when she kicked away sophomore Paris Cipollone's one-timer in the 42nd minute, and Boonstra redirected Paro's shot less than two minutes later to put Babson in front with her first career goal.
Riley kicked away first-year Diana Schwarz's bid to tie the game in the 49th minute and denied her again in the 58th minute with a stick save to secure her fourth shutout of the season.
Sunday, October 13, 2019
Bermuda Field Hockey Round Up
The Bermuda Field Hockey Federation held a triple header at the National Sports Center.
Canaries 2 Griffins 4
The Griffins defeated the Canaries 4 – 2, Griffins got two goals from Sydney Fisher and single strikes from Peter Loade and Zina Jones, while Nat Rood and Alex Godet scored a goal each for the Canaries.
Hawks 0 Sandpipers 1
The Sandpipers edged the Hawks 1 – 0, the lone goal of the game came in the final period off the stick of Zina Jones.
Ravens 1 Dragons 4
The Dragons defeated the Ravens 4 – 1 in the final game, the Ravens took the lead in the 16th minute when Connie Betts scored a Field Goal.
The Dragons leveled the match at 1 – 1 when Alan Gilbertson scored a Field Goal in the 32nd minute, two minutes later the Dragons took the lead when Tim Davies scored a Field Goal, Davies scored from a Penalty Corner in the 50th minute to give the Dragons a 3 – 1 lead before Rupert Cudden-Large scored a Field Goal in the 54th minute to make the score 4 – 1.
Saturday, October 12, 2019
Smith & York End Scoreless with University of Toronto
Chrysda Smith and her OUA defending champion York University Field Hockey teammates and the University of Toronto Field Hockey played to a scoreless draw at the Back Campus Fields.
Toronto controlled the play for the majority of the game, including a spectacular fourth quarter with numerous penalty corner opportunities, but they could not break Smith and her teammates.
The Blues remain atop the OUA standings with a 7-0-2 record with three games remaining in their regular season schedule.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Boonstra's Babson College Defeated Wellesley College
Isabella Boonstra’s teammate senior Tori Roche twice to reach the 100-point mark for her career as 19th-ranked Babson College rolled to a 5-1 win over Wellesley College in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Field Hockey action at Butler Stadium.
With its fourth straight win, Babson improves to 9-3 overall and 4-0 in league play, while Wellesley slips to 6-5 overall and 2-2 in the NEWMAC.