ORONO, Maine – The Central Michigan field hockey was unable to finish against New Hampshire in a 2-1 loss on Saturday, September 21.
The Wildcats’ (3-4) offensive started off with high energy, scoring its first goal just after the first minute of the contest. Megan Bozek tipped in her first goal of the 2013 season in the books off a penalty corner. Casey Pohlmeyer contributed the assist.
The Chippewas (2-5) responded at the 15:08 mark in the first half. Senior forward Bailey McKeon chipped in her third goal of the season off a penalty corner assisted by sophomore back Anne Middeldorp and senior midfielder Skylar VanNatta.
Despite the loss, goalkeeper Sadie Reynolds had another ten saves totaling to 53 for the season. The Maroon and Gold defense continues to aid Reynolds with defensive blocks. Senior Simone Lazar and junior Jordyn Brengosz played all 70 minutes defensively.
The Blue and White sealed the deal at the 68:28 mark in the second half. Meg Faltley found the back of the cage assisted by Pohlmeyer on a penalty corner.
The Chippewas are back in action Sunday, September 22 versus Maine at 1 p.m.