Field Hockey Hosts Pink Out Day to Help Raise Awareness
CHICOPEE, Mass.- Bay Path hosted New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) opponents Wheelock today in their Pink Out Field Hockey match falling 9-0 in the battle of the Wildcats. Senior forward Katie Frade (Dartmouth, Mass.) topped all players scoring six goals for the Blue and Gold Wildcats including the first and eventual game winner at 3:30 on the clock. Despite a tough loss, Bay Path senior goalkeeper Bethany Rogers (Plymouth, Mass.) finished with 30 saves facing 59 shots, 44 on goal for her seventy minutes of play. Rogers is still holding the #2 spot in the Nation out of all DIII goalies for saves per game at 16.55. The Wildcats also hosted their annual Pink Out game to help raise money and awareness for the Cure.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- The Falcons of Cedar Crest College defeated host Wildcats of bay Path 6-0 in NCAA Division III women’s field hockey action today the Blazer Field in Chicopee, Mass. Freshman forward Ally Arabio (Egg Harbor, N.J.) led the way for the Falcons scoring two goals including the first and eventual game winner at 4:42 on the clock off an assist from freshman midfielder Annalise Unger (Burlington, VT.).
Dawson and Oliveira Honored During Senior Night
CHICOPEE, Mass. – Despite a late surge by the Wildcats of Bay Path, Wheelock proved the better cats defeating their host 9-2 in the final regular season match tonight at Leary Field on the campus of Elms College for Senior Night. Seniors honored were forward Jennifer Dawson (Buckland, Mass.) and defender Kristen Oliveira (Thorndike, Mass.).
LONGMEADOW, MASS.-The Wildcats defeated Daniel Webster in a shortened match due to snowy conditions 1-0 in w New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) field hockey action. Bay Path University is now 3-10 overall and 3-6 in the NECC with the victory. Daniel Webster falls to 0-13 and 0-8 in conference play.
CHICOPEE, Mass. – Despite taking the lead early the Wildcats were not able to solidify the victory today falling 3-1 to Becker College in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) field hockey action today at Leary Field on the Elms College Campus. Freshman midfielder Sabrinna Dubiel (Agawam, Mass.) scored the first goal for the Wildcats at 9:29 on the clock.
CHICOPEE, Mass.— The Wildcats of Bay Path fell 6-0 to New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) opponent Regis College. The Pride had two players each score two goals in today’s match played at the Blazer Field. Regis is now 4-4 overall and 2-0 in conference play, while Bay Path falls to 0-6 on the season and 0-2 in the NECC.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- The Wildcats of Bay Path University shut-out the Pride or Regis College 1-0 in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) for the first time in the Wildcats eight year history. Bay Path is now 3-6 overall and 2-3 in the NECC; while Regis falls to 5-7 overall and 3-2 in conference play. Senior goal keeper Anna Meyer (Millbrook, N.Y.) earned her first shut-out on the season with 14 saves facing 15 shots for the contest.
CHICOPEE, Mass.- Senior forward Alison Schoen (Southampton, Mass.) came off the bench to lead the Wildcats of Bay Path to a 2-to-1 victory over the Eagles of Daniel Webster College in New England Collegiate Conference field hockey action today at the Blazer Field. Schoen scored one goal in the first half and broke the tie in the second half to secure the win.
CHICOPEE, Mass. – Three different Chargers scored goals to help visiting Colby-Sawyer College extend its winning streak to three games with a 3-0 victory over host Bay Path University on Sunday. Bay Path (0-4) was bolstered by a solid effort in goal by senior Anna Meyer (Millbrook, N.Y.), who registered 18 saves, just two shy of her best single-game total of the year. Meyer’s save percentage of .857 was her top effort of the season.
Senior Katherine Chabot Led her Team with Two Goals and One Made Shot in the Penalty Round
CHICOPEE, Mass.- The Bay Path of Wildcats concluded their 2014 campaign on a high note with the help of the lone honored senior Katherine “Kat” Chabot (Brookfield, Mass.) upending the Elms College Blazers on their home turf despite being the host team. Chabot topped all players with two goals and a made Penalty Stroke in the PK round.