SEAHAWK FIELD HOCKEY RESULTS
Endicott 4, Salve Regina 2
Gaudet Field- Middletown, R.I.
Saturday, October 19, 2019
MIDDLETOWN, R.I. - Visiting Endicott College won its eighth straight game, defeating the Salve Regina University field hockey team 4-2 in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) action Saturday afternoon.
Series and Streaks
Endicott is now 33-8-0 all-time versus Salve Regina and has won the last eight matchups.
Three Stars of the Game
- Endicott senior Kristen McCarthy (Danvers, Mass.) scored her 16th goal of the season and handed out an assist.
- Salve Regina senior Ashley Cody (Pawling, N.Y.) scored twice, her 19th and 20th goals of the season.
- Endicott sophomore Abby Carter (Richmond, Vt.) handed out two assists, including a helper on what proved to be the game-winning goal.
The Gulls never trailed in the game, but Salve Regina did tie the contest 1-1 early in the second quarter. McCarthy scored in the waning moments of the half to put the Gulls back on top 2-1, then Julie Champigny (Acton, Mass.) scored to open the third quarter. Sydney Poulin (Watertown, Mass.) fired home her 10th of the season later in the quarter to cap a 3-0 scoring run for the Gulls where they outshot the Seahawks 5-0 during that span.
Key Stat of the Game
Salve Regina managed to keep the shot totals close, but the Gulls outshot them 11-5 during the second and third quarters where they made their move to take control of the match.
- Ashley Cody scored late in the third quarter to draw the Seahawks within two scores and the team battled the entire fourth quarter, outshooting the Gulls 8-3 in the frame and drawing four corners.
- Emily Graham (Westford, Mass.) kept the Seahawks off the board in the game's final two minutes, stopping a rolling ball from going into the cage after it had trickled by the goalie. The defensive save preserved a two-goal lead for the visitors.
- Casey Febus (Soudertown, Pa.) made eight saves in the loss for Salve Regina to fall to 9-5 on the season.
- Taylor Farrin (Danvers, Mass.) also made eight saves and improves to 12-4 between the pipes for Endicott.
- The Gulls outshot the Seahawks 20-18.
- Both teams earned seven corner opportunities in the game.
Both teams played today in support of Angela's Army by wearing bracelets during the game. Angela Augusta graduated from Salve Regina in May and was a four-year member of the women's ice hockey team. Shortly after graduation she was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. It is Angela's mission and vision that "Angela's Army" will raise awareness about Hodgkin's Lymphoma and give back to cancer patients who cannot afford certain health care expenses. The money accumulated from this fundraiser will help donate wigs, beanies, clothes, and blankets to cancer patients in need. To learn more and make a donation to Angela's Army please CLICK HERE.
Salve Regina (9-5, 4-4 CCC) hosts Gordon on Tuesday, October 22, in another CCC matchup. Endicott (12-4, 8-0 CCC) returns home to host University of New England on Tuesday.