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Field Hockey

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  • Eagles stunned by Cowboys

    Eagles stunned by Cowboys
    The Philadelphia Eagles are no longer in control of their playoff destiny following Sunday's 38-27 loss to the Dallas Cowboys… Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said "Everybody, in every phase, didn't play well enough to win the game," while our own...
  • 19 area field hockey players named to Pennsylvania All-State teams

    19 area field hockey players named to Pennsylvania All-State teams
    The Pennsylvania All-State Field Hockey teams were announced Monday and a number of area high school athletes were honored. In The Morning Call's coverage area, six student athletes from Class 2A and 13 from Class 3A were named to the teams or listed as...
  • 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...
  • Field hockey Player of the Year: Elizabeth George, McDonogh

    Field hockey Player of the Year: Elizabeth George, McDonogh
    Elizabeth George McDonogh George was the heart and soul of a team that went 13-0-2 and captured its first Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title. She finished with 18 goals and 14 assists, including two game-winners. The...
  • Field Hockey Coach of the Year: Denean Koontz, North Carroll

    Denean Koontz North Carroll Fresh off her first career state title in 2013, Koontz faced the daunting task of rebuilding her defense after the graduation of eight seniors. It was a project that proved more successful than even she had dreamed....
  • Hull named Penn State football's most valuable player

    Penn State first-team All-Big Ten selection Mike Hull (Canonsburg) has been named the Most Valuable Player of the 2014 Nittany Lion football team. The Big Ten Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year, Hull was presented the Lions' Pride Outstanding...
  • Tabb's Kara Enoch is 4A field hockey state Player of the Year, and Tigers' Wendy Wilson is Coach of the Year

    Tabb's Kara Enoch is 4A field hockey state Player of the Year, and Tigers' Wendy Wilson is Coach of the Year
    Tabb senior Kara Enoch was named the state Group 4A Player of the Year, and Wendy Wilson was honored as Coach of the Year after leading the Tigers to the state title. The first team also included several other Tabb players: M.C. Evans, Maddie Vann,...
  • Tabb High field hockey standout Kara Enoch selected NFHCA All-American

    Tabb High field hockey standout Kara Enoch selected NFHCA All-American
    A day after it was announced that Kara Enoch is the Group 4A Field Hockey State Player of the Year, she has earned designation as an high school All-American. Enoch, a Tabb High senior who will play on scholarship at Boston University, has been selected...
  • All-Metro field hockey first team

    All-Metro field hockey first team
    Alex Argo Bryn Mawr, defender, senior * Returned from an early injury to help lead the Mawrtians into the IAAM A Conference semifinals * Covered and shut down some of the league's top offensive threats; will play at Princeton next year Jen...
  • 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...
  • 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...