Field Hockey Falls to Yale in Season Finale

2021 was a season of missed opportunity for the Red. The team found itself in a number of close matchups, including multiple games in which it blew leads, that would have significantly changed its final record.

Field Hockey Falls to 8-8 Record Following Losses to Harvard and Syracuse

Field hockey looked to build on momentum this past weekend when they faced No. 10 ranked Harvard (14-1) and No. 12 ranked Syracuse (12-4). However, these two top 25 programs proved to be too tall a challenge for the Red, as it fell 3-1 against the Crimson on Saturday and 6-0 against the Orange on Sunday.

Field Hockey Wins in Double Overtime Against Brown

Up until the fourth quarter, it seemed as though this was the Red’s game to win, with the team outshooting the Bears 12-5. However the momentum changed completely in the final period, and the Bears proved they were not going down without a fight. The Bears scored two back-to-back goals by sophomore Imogen Govan and van Rootselaar, tying up the game at three apiece. 

Staunch Defensive Effort Leads Field Hockey to 2-0 Start

“I think we all have a ton of confidence in our goalies and in our goalies’ ability to not only save balls coming in but direct the backfield really well,” said junior defender Caroline Ramsey. “And so that sense of reliability in the backfield stemming from our goalies gives the rest of our field a ton of confidence.”