September 11, 2010
Field Hockey Hosts Colgate On Sunday, Sept. 12 At 1 PM
The Bobcats return to
Hamden to host Colgate University on Sunday, Sept. 12 at 1 p.m. at
the Quinnipiac Field Hockey and Lacrosse Turf Complex. Both teams
are coming off defeats as Quinnipiac lost to Northeastern on
Friday, 5-1, while Colgate lost to Yale, 6-0. The Bobcats are
currently 1-3 through their first four games while the Raiders
stand at 1-4.
Kaitlyn Notarianni scored Quinnipiac's only goal in the Bobcats'
5-1 loss to Northeastern on Friday. Notarianni's goal came in the
60th minutes, stopping a string of four unanswered goals by the
Huskies. She now has a career-high four goals through Quinnipiac's
first four games.
Colgate is currently 1-4
following a 6-0 loss to Yale on Friday. Colgate has lost four
straight after a 5-0 season-opening win against NEC school Robert
Morris. The Raiders have been held to two goals over their last
four games. Offensively, the Raiders top scorer is Laura Denenga
with three goals for six points. Halle Biggar is second with two
goals while Kendall Zaharris leads the team with three
Quinnipiac is 2-0
all-time against Colgate, dating back to the two teams' first
meeting on Oct. 23, 1999 when the Bobcats defeated the Raiders,
5-3, in Hamden. Quinnipiac took the second game of the two-year
series on Oct. 21, 2000, 5-1, in Hamilton, N.Y.
Well, That Didn't
Freshman forward Amanda
Danziger had a career game against Yale, tallying four points on a
goal and two assists in just her third collegiate game. Danziger
became the first Quinnipiac freshman to total four points in a game
Senior captains Katie Van
Nostrand and Tina Watkins had career games against Yale on Sunday.
Van Nostrand scored two goals, both off of corners, while Watkins
picked up two assists.
Amanda DeLouise (#00) got
her first start in goal against Yale on Sunday, recording 10 saves
over 63 minutes of play.
Kaitlyn Notarianni's hat
trick against Lehigh was the first at Quinnipiac since former
Bobcat captain Ann Marie Mangano accomplished the feat 6-0 win
against Saint Francis (Pa.) on Oct. 22, 2006.
Notarianni's two goals in
the second half of Sunday's season-opener came within 24 seconds of
each other - the two fastest goals scored by one individual in
Junior Nicole Lewis got
her first start in goal for her career against Lehigh, turning back
seven-of-eight shots-on-goal for her first career victory.