Story Links The Susquehanna Field Hockey team defeated Scranton 2-0 in the Landmark Conference Championship on Saturday, earning an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. The River Hawks are set to take on the Devils of Fairleigh Dickinson Florham in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Susquehanna enters the NCAA Tournament with an overall record of 11-8, having won six out of its last seven games. FDU earned an automatic bid into the NCAA's after winning the MAC Freedom Tournament, defeating DeSales University 1-0. The Devils have an overall record of 17-4, and are playing in the NCAA Playoffs for the first time since 2014. The game is set to be played at Fairleigh Dickinson this Wednesday, November 7th, at 4 pm on Robert T. Shields Field in Madison, NJ. The winner will take on Johns Hopkins (17-2) on November 10th in Grantham, PA.
Field Hockey Makes Statement In Bid For Machine
A new crop of Lancers has Longwood University women's soccer team headed back to the Big South semifinals. LU makes statement in bid for MAC berth.
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. FARMVILLE, Va. – The Bucknell field hockey team was edged by Longwood, 2-1, in the 2018 opener for both teams on Friday night at Elizabeth Burger Jackson Field.
Olivia Wawrzyniak netted what proved to be the game-winning goal with 21:54 remaining in regulation, and Katie Wyman denied three Bison bids the rest of the way to help the Lancers emerge victorious. Shortly after Wawrzyniak's strike, Bucknell had a flurry of opportunities. After Wyman turned aside a shot with 19:28 on the clock, fired a shot just wide at 18:13 and missed high at 14:58. Wyman, who finished with seven saves, later made a key stop on with just 3:14 left to play. That proved to be the Bison's final scoring chance of the contest. The first half was uneventful, with the first shot on goal coming at the 12:16 mark on a Quick bullet.
Longwood jumped out to a 1-0 lead with 8:53 left to play, taking advantage of a corner to get Leonie Verstraete a look in tight. Just when it appeared the Lancers would go to the locker room up by one, the Bison were awarded a corner with no time left on the clock in the half. Rupnik, who Wyman had denied on back-to-back bids at the 2:01 and 1:54 marks, ultimately found the back of the cage; connected with Quick in front for a shot, which Rupnik tipped past Wyman.
- Every team but Central Michigan (1-6, 0-3) in the MAC's West Division already has three wins or more. The real desperation is with the Ohio teams in the MAC East Division.
- Coar had another opportunity to score in the 53rd minute with a rocket from just outside the box. However, Cecere was able to get a glove on it knocking it over the crossbar for a corner kick. On the corner kick Jacinto found Casey Genovese in the middle of the box for a shot on goal but Cecere was able to make the save.
During the second half, the teams combined for 16 shots, 10 of which were on target., who finished with three saves, made her first of the contest at the 32:51 mark while came up with a clutch defensive save following a Longwood corner with 22:41 on the clock. Rupnik led the Bison with five shots while Quick and Willwerth finished with three apiece. Because of their efforts, Bucknell held a 14-11 advantage in shots; Longwood held a slim 7-6 edge in corners. The Bison return to action on Sunday when they take on James Madison at 1 p.m. In Harrisonburg, Va.