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DURHAM, N.H. — Robin Balducci, 14th-year head coach of the University of New Hampshire field hockey program, announced that Brooke Bercari (Bordentown, N.J.) has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the UNH Wildcats in the 2005 season.


DURHAM, N.H. — Seven student-athletes on the University of New Hampshire field hockey team were named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division I National All-Academic Squad, the organization announced Friday. This marks the highest number of Wildcats to earn this distinction, which recognizes players with a grade point average of 3.30 or higher in the fall semester.


DURHAM, N.H. — Robin Balducci, 14th-year head coach of the University of New Hampshire field hockey program, announced Tuesday that an additional four student-athletes have signed a National Letter of Intent and will join the UNH field hockey program for the 2005 season.


Wildcats ink two players from Massachusetts

DURHAM, N.H. — Robin Balducci, the 14th-year head coach of the University of New Hampshire field hockey team, announced Thursday that Hannah Colestock (Oak Park, Ill.), Kara Napolitano (Waltham, Mass.) and Michelle Tavener (Winchester, Mass.) have signed a National Letter of Intent to join the UNH field hockey program for the 2005 season.


DURHAM, N.H. — Senior back Brittany Schneider (Middletown, Md.) of the University of New Hampshire field hockey team was named to the 2004 STX/NFHCA Division I All-Northeast First Team, the NFHCA announced Tuesday. Sophomore forward Caitlin Gillen (New Preston, Conn.) was named to the Second Team.


BOSTON — Senior back Brittany Schneider (Middletown, Md.) and sophomore forward Caitlin Gillen (New Preston, Conn.) of the University of New Hampshire field hockey team were named to the America East All-Tournament Team at the conclusion of the tourney on Sunday, Nov. 7.


Wildcats are No. 4 seed in conference tourney

BOSTON — The top-seeded and 19th-ranked Boston University field hockey team scored an early goal and went on to defeat fourth-seeded University of New Hampshire in Friday afternoon's semifinal game of the America East Championships at Jack Barry Field.


BOSTON — Senior back Brittany Schneider (Middletown, Md.) of the University of New Hampshire field hockey team was named to the America East All-Conference First Team, the conference announced at Thursday night's annual awards banquet.


Wildcats are No. 4 seed in conference tourney

DURHAM, N.H. — Sarah Shute scored with 3:44 remaining in the game to lift the 17th-ranked Boston University field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 2-1 America East victory against the University of New Hampshire in the regular-season finale at Memorial Field.


WALTHAM, Mass. — Second-half goals by Emily Colton (Milton, Mass.) and Liz Edwards (Essex Fells, N.J.) lifted the University of New Hampshire field hockey team within one goal of 11th-ranked Boston College, but the Eagles fended off the Wildcats' late rally to record Thursday night's 3-2 non-conference victory at Bentley College.


Baltimore, Md. – UMBC (4-12, 0-6 America East) scored four unanswered goals in the last thirty minutes, but the Retrievers’ comeback was not enough, as New Hampshire (4-13, 2-3 America East) held on for the 5-4 victory this afternoon at the UMBC Stadium.


Skelley's goal lifts Wildcats

DURHAM, N.H. — Kaitlyn Skelley (Wolfeboro, N.H.) scored in the ninth minute and it proved to be the only goal of the game as the University of New Hampshire field hockey team defeated the University of Vermont, 1-0, in Sunday afternoon's America East matchup at Memorial Field.


DURHAM, N.H.. — Tina Bryson scored with 27 seconds remaining in the first overtime session to lift the University at Albany field hockey team to Friday afternoon's 3-2 America East overtime victory against the University of New Hampshire at Memorial Field.


AMHERST, Mass. — Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.) scored her fifth goal in a three-game span, but the University of New Hampshire Field hockey team was defeated 2-1 by the University of Massachusetts in non-conference action Wednesday night at Garber Field.


BOSTON — Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.), a senior midfielder on the University of New Hampshire field hockey team, was named Player of the Week by the America East conference on Monday.


White scores three goals to pace Wildcats

EVANSTON, Ill. — Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.) scored three goals, including tallies 63 seconds apart in the second half, to propel the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Sunday afternoon's 4-3 non-conference victory against Northwestern University at Leonard B.Thomas Sports Complex.


EVANSTON, Ill. — Kate O'Connell broke a 1-1 tie with 19:58 remaining in the game to lift the Indiana University field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 2-1 victory against the University of New Hampshire at Northwestern University's Leonard B.Thomas Sports Complex.


With the score tied 1-1, UNH goalkeeper Christine Buckley (Walpole, Mass.) stopped the initial shot by Ashley Choren but Knutson was in front to one-time the rebound into the cage and give the Big Green a 2-1 lead at 16:26.


Maine (9-3 overall, 2-0 America East) quickly took a 1-0 lead when Shaunessy Saucier scored 2:16 into the game. Amie Dubois extended the advantage to 2-0 on an untimed penalty corner at the end of the first half.


UNH is now 1-8 while UConn remains unbeaten at 10-0.


Buckley records season-high 19 saves for 'Cats

BOSTON — Christine Buckley (Walpole, Mass.) made a season-high 19 saves but the University of New Hampshire field hockey team was defeated 6-1 Sunday afternoon by 11th-ranked Northeastern University.


UNH is now 1-6 overall while Providence is 4-6.


IOWA CITY, IOWA. — Sarah Dawson scored three goals and Debbie Birrell recorded three assists to propel the University of Iowa field hockey team to Sunday afternoon's 5-0 non-conference victory against the University of New Hampshire at Grant Field.


IOWA CITY, IOWA. — Erica Bundalo scored with 1:31 remaining in regulation to lift the Ohio University field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 2-1 non-conference victory at the University of Iowa's Grant Field.


DURHAM, N.H. — Julie Lane and Gretchen Fuller both scored two goals to lead the Harvard University field hockey team to Thursday afternoon's 4-0 non-conference victory against the University of New Hampshire at Memorial Field.


Skelley scores two goals, including game-winner

DURHAM, N.C. — Kaitlyn Skelley (Wolfeboro, N.H.) scored the first two goals of her career, one of which was the game-winner with 1:57 remaining in regulation, to lead the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Monday afternoon's 3-2 non-conference victory against Towson University at Duke University's Williams Field.


DURHAM, N.C. — Katie Grant recorded four goals and added an assist and Nicole Dudek scored three goals to lead the Duke University field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 11-0 non-conference win against New Hampshire at Williams Field.


DURHAM, N.H. — Mary Fox recorded a goal and two assists to lead the University of Michigan field hockey team to Thursday afternoon's 8-1 non-conference victory against the University of New Hampshire at Memorial Field.


DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire field hockey team battles for the America East conference title year-in and year-out, and the 2004 Wildcats are no different as they have their sights set on advancing to the NCAA tournament for the first time since the 2000 season by utilizing a speedy attack and an experienced defensive unit that features a fourth-year starter in goal.




BOSTON — The University of New Hampshire field hockey team finished second in the final 2003 America East conference standings and was selected to finish there again in 2004, according to the America East Coaches' Preseason Poll that was released Thursday afternoon by the league.






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