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Field Hockey

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  • Virginia men's soccer joins elite ACC company with seventh NCAA title

    Virginia long ago secured its place in college soccer royalty, but the Cavaliers’ seventh national championship Sunday also elevates them among ACC programs in all sports. Defeating UCLA in penalty kicks 4-2 after a scoreless draw makes Virginia...
  • On The Fly: President Applauds Socially Conscious Athletes

    President Barack Obama was a guest on Colin Cowherd's ESPN radio show Friday and said he liked seeing professional athletes speak out on social issues, as many have done recently about the events in Ferguson, Mo., and New York. "When you think of our...
  • Regional Digest: New Britain Pop Warner Football Team Advances

    New Britain Pop Warner Advances The New Britain Raiders defeated the La Costa Canyon Mavs (Calif.), 22-14, on Wednesday in the semifinals of the Pop Warner Division I Midget Division in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The Raiders advance to play the Northwest...
  • Former field hockey Olympian Diane Bracalente-Molinaro to head Quakertown program

    When Quakertown High graduate Diane Bracalente-Molinaro left for Old Dominion University for her freshman year in 1981, she encountered a new turf field awaiting her. On Friday, the 1988 Olympian was named head field hockey coach of the Panthers, who...
  • On The Fly: XL Center Again Lands Huge Gymnastics Event

    On The Fly: XL Center Again Lands Huge Gymnastics Event
    Hartford has been home to big-time gymnastics before — in 2010 and 2013 — but this one is really special because it will be an Olympic year. The men's P&G championship will be at the XL Center in June 2016, and that will decide who makes the...
  • Morgan State's Lee Hull named MEAC Coach of the Year

    Morgan State's Lee Hull named MEAC Coach of the Year
    Morgan State football coach Lee Hull was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, and senior Darren Pinnock was named MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Year. In just his first season as a head coach, Hull helped Morgan State improve from a...
  • Dieruff to name basketball court in Linda Cruttenden's honor

    Dieruff to name basketball court in Linda Cruttenden's honor
    One of the highlights of the 2014-15 high school basketball season that's set to begin this weekend will come on Jan. 17. That Saturday afternoon, Dieruff High School and the Allentown School District will name the basketball court inside the Huskies'...
  • Several former Lehigh Valley girls soccer stars making their mark in college

    Several former Lehigh Valley girls soccer stars making their mark in college
    Kayla Cunningham, a three-time Morning Call player of the year from Whitehall High School, was recently named to the American Athletic Conference all-rookie team in women's soccer. Cunningham played field hockey at Indiana University in 2013 before...
  • On The Fly: Fourth Field Hockey Title For UConn

    On The Fly: Fourth Field Hockey Title For UConn
    UConn won its second straight NCAA field hockey championship with a 1-0 victory over Syracuse Sunday at the University of Maryland. Junior Mckenzie Townsend scored the only goal off a penalty corner in the first half, and redshirt freshman goalkeeper Nina...
  • UConn Field Hockey Wins Second Straight National Title

    UConn Field Hockey Wins Second Straight National Title
    College Park, Md. —¬†Mckenzie Townsend scored the only goal with 25:33 left in the first half and the UConn defense held off Syracuse, including a penalty corner in the last 21 seconds, as the field hockey team won its second straight national...
  • UConn Beats Albany 1-0; Headed To Field Hockey Final

    UConn Beats Albany 1-0; Headed To Field Hockey Final
    COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The UConn field hockey team might not have spent a lot of time in the scoring circle Friday night in the national semifinal game. But what time it did spend there was productive. Senior Chloe Hunnable scored 3 minutes, 15...