Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012 - 12:00 PM
Quinnipiac University (2-2) at University of Vermont (0-4)
Moulton Winder Field - Burlington, Vt.
The Quinnipiac University field hockey will travel to Burlington, Vt. on Sunday, Sept. 9 to take on the University of Vermont in a non-conference match-up set for 12 p.m. at Moulton Winder Field. Quinnipiac is currently 2-2, while the Catamounts are 0-4 on the season.
Quinnipiac will travel to Philadelphia, Pa. to take on St. Joseph's on Friday, Sept. 14 at 3 p.m. The Bobcats return home to host Lafayette on Sunday, Sept. 16 at 12 p.m. at the Quinnipiac Field Hockey Turf Complex.
Vermont is currently 0-4 on the season, in search of its first win of the 2012 season when the Bobcats head to Burlington on Sunday, Sept. 9. UVM opened the year with a 3-2 loss to James Madison, before also falling to Indiana, 3-0. Kent State edged the Catamounts, 4-2, on Aug. 28 before Brown overcame a 2-1 Vermont lead with a pair of goals in the final 11 minutes to win 3-2. Six different Catamount players have scored through the team's first four games. Alana Izzo leads UVM with four points on a goal and two assists. The senior midfielder had a goal and an assist in the Catamounts' loss to Kent State. In goal, Stephanie Zygmunt is 0-4 with a 5.34 goals-against average and a .776 save percentage.
All-Time Against Vermont
Quinnipiac and Vermont have met once, with the Bobcats' topping the Catamounts, 1-0, on Sept. 26, 2003 in Boston, Mass.
|1-1||Record at Home||0-0|
|1-1||Record on the Road||0-4|
|Jennalise Taylor (6)||Points||Alana Izzo (4)|
|Taylor, Jess Rusin (2)||Goals||Six tied (1)|
|Taylor, Lauren Zimniski (2)||Assists||Izzo (2)|
|Nicole Lewis (.800)||Save Percentage||Stephanie Zygmunt (.776)|
|Lewis (1.50)||Goals Against Average||Zygmunt (5.34)|
Live video will be available for Sunday's match-up in Burlington. Bobcat fans can access the video by clicking on the appropriate links on the Field Hockey Schedule at the Official Website of Quinnipiac Athletics, www.Quinnipiacbobcats.com.
Quinnipiac's 2-0 start to open the season marked the first time in the program's Division I history. 1997, before Quinnipiac elevated to the Division I ranks, was the only other year since the program's inception, that Quinnipiac opened the year at 2-0.
Quinnipiac is one of two teams - along with Saint Francis (Pa.) - to have two different players register a four-point game this season. Jennalise Taylor had a goal and two assists in the Bobcats' 3-1 win against Towson, while Jess Rusin had a pair of goals against Yale.
Rusin's showing against Yale was the ninth multiple-goal game by a Northeast Conference player this season. In addition, Rusin now has four multiple-goal games for her career, the most of any active player in the Bobcats' line-up.
Moving Up The Charts
Rusin now has 16 goals for her career, moving her ahead of Meredith Klein '05 and Mackenzie Liptak '11 (15 goals apiece) for 13th place all-time. Her five points for the season give her 36 for her career, moving her past Christine Grady '10 (34 career points) into a tie for 17th place all-time with Courtney Ryan, '03 and Lauren Riesbeck, '98.
Contact: Ken Sweeten (email@example.com)