The Wildcats Field Hockey team is honored with the 2011 Gladiator by SGI / NFHCA Collegiate National Academic Team Award as 10 Individuals received a 2011 Gladiator by SGI / NFHCA Collegiate National Academic Squad Award
This fall athletics season has marked many ups and downs as are usual for the world of athletics. With the end of the season All-NECC Conference Selections and awards out, several of our Bay Path Wildcats were honored.
CHICOPEE, Mass. – Elms College junior defender Rachel Schrutt (Chicopee, Mass.) scored on a penalty corner service from sophomore midfielder Brianna Lyons (Canton, Mass.) to help pace the Blazers to a 3-1 victory over Bay Path College in Tuesday afternoon’s New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) field hockey game at Leary Field.
NASHUA, N.H.-- Junior Ashley Ruocco (East Kingston, NH) scored a pair of goals the Raiders defeated visiting Bay Path College, 4-0 today in non-conference Field Hockey action. Bay Path senior goalkeeper Samantha Berrios (New York, NY) made 13 saves in defeat.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- The Wildcats of Bay Path fell in New England Collegiate Conference action 3-1 to the Eagles of Daniel Webster today at Ryan Field in women’s field hockey action. Freshman forward Shayna Fish (Jaffrey, Vt.) scored the Wildcats lone goal.
WESTON, Mass. – The Regis College field hockey team picked up its first New England Collegiate Conference win on Saturday afternoon with a 4-0 victory over visiting Bay Path College. The Pride improves to 2-9 overall and 1-1 in the NECC while the Wildcats drop to 2-7 and 0-2 in the league. Katherine Chabot (Brookfield, Mass.) led the Bay Path attack, taking six shots.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.-Bay Path freshman forward Katherine Chabot (Brookfield, Mass.) earned her first collegiate hat-trick, while junior teammate Deanne Flagg (Enfield, Conn.) tallied two goals and two assists en route to a 6-1 victory over the Hawks of Roger Williams University in field hockey action today at Ryan Field.
Longmeadow, Mass.-Anna Maria College prevailed in their first ever New England Collegiate Conference match in true sudden death style winning 2-1 over new conference rivals the Wildcats of Bay Path 2-1 in women’s field hockey overtime action. Sophomore forward Brooke Denver (New Britain, Conn.) notched the game winner in the 79th minute of play off a cross inside from senior midfielder Katie Schebel (Ludlow, Mass.).
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Wildcats freshman midfielder Amanda Bridge (Laconia, N.H.) broke up the scoreless match in the 45th minute after coming back from the break with a shot inside slipping through the sticks. This goal would eventually become the game winner with Bay Path shutting out their NECC rival Elms College 3-0 today at the Ryan Field in field hockey action.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Bay Path fell 4-2 to the Simmons Sharks in the Wildcats first home contest of the 2011 field hockey campaign today at Brantley Field. Two freshman Wildcats forward Katherine Chabot (Brookfield, Mass.) and midfielder Amanda Bridge (Laconia, N.H.) tallied their first career goals despite the tough home loss.
AURORA, N.Y.- The Wildcats of Bay Path fell 5-0 in field hockey action to Wells College today on the road. Wells’ Avary McKinney notched the first goal and eventual game winner at 4:37 on the clock. Avary would repeat at 23:12 with teammate Kweita Holmes finishing off the scoring in the first half heading into the break 3-0.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y -- The Vassar College field hockey team's hopes of repeating as Betty Richey Tournament champions were dashed on Saturday as Manhattanville College team won the 23rd annual Betty Richey Tournament with a 4-1 victory over Vassar at Weinberg Field. In the consolation game match-up the Wildcats of Bay Path were unable to overtake Smith College falling 12-1. Junior forward Deanna Flagg (Enfield, Mass.) once again broke up the shut-out for their opponent scoring two goals during the tournament.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.- In a rematch of last year's Betty Richey Tournament Championship game, the Vassar College women's field hockey team knocked off Smith College in dominating fashion with a 6-2 win in the opening game of the 23rd Annual Betty Richey Tournament Friday evening at Weinberg Field. In game two of the night, the Wildcats of Bay Path making their first ever appearance in the tourney fell 9-1 to Manhattanville College.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.- The Wildcats of Bay Path opened up their 2011 season on the road at Springfield College facing Eagles of Brockport State falling 8-0 in women’s field hockey action. Senior goalie Samantha Berrios (New York, N.Y.) tallied eleven saves for the Wildcats despite the tough loss.
Daniel Webster College has been chosen to finish at the top of the 2011 NECC field hockey standings in a vote by the league's coaches. The Eagles, who received four first place votes and 44 points, return ten starters including senior goalkeeper Amy Prince from a squad that was 7-1 in conference play a season ago allowing only seven goals in eight conference contests.