GILBERT, Ariz. – Seven University of Scranton players have been recognized as Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division III Scholars of Distinction, which recognizes student-athletes who have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.9 or higher through the first semester of the 2018-19 academic year.
GILBERT, Ariz. – The University of Scranton field hockey team saw 22 players earn 2018 Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad honors on Wednesday as the Royals tied for the second-most honorees among NCAA Division III institutions in the nation.
GILBERT, Ariz. – For the seventh year in a row, The University of Scranton field hockey squad has earned the Zag Field Hockey / NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Award as the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced on Wednesday that the Royals were one of 131 teams from across the country to capture the award.
The University of Scranton field hockey team is set to host a Spring ID Clinic on Weiss Field at the Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus Sunday, March 31st beginning at 9 a.m. and running through 12:30 p.m.
GILBERT, Ariz. - University of Scranton junior forward Gracie McClatchy (Havertown, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) was named to the 2018 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III All-South Atlantic Region First Team on Wednesday.
Junior Gracie McClatchy (Havertown, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) was named the Landmark Conference Player of the Year on Tuesday, highlighting seven year-end awards for The University of Scranton field hockey team which was well-represented on the league’s All-Conference teams for the 2018 season.
Sophomore Megan Gallagher (Thorndale, Pa./Bishop Shanahan) of The University of Scranton field hockey team scored one of the biggest goals in program history last week, netting the game-winning goal in the Royals’ 1-0 upset of Catholic in the Landmark Conference semifinals. As a result, she has been named The University of Scranton Athlete of the Week.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Susquehanna won its first-ever Landmark Conference field hockey championship on Saturday, defeating The University of Scranton 2-0 behind a pair of first half goals from Hunter Pitman.
A first time champion will be crowned on Saturday afternoon when The University of Scranton visits Susquehanna for the Landmark Conference field hockey championship game. The Royals are hoping to leave Selinsgrove with that title and the automatic bid the NCAA Tournament that goes with it.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Just four nights ago, The University of Scranton field hockey team wasn’t even sure it had qualified for the Landmark Conference playoffs. Now, the Royals are headed to the championship game. Fourth-seeded Scranton posted one of the biggest wins in program history, stunning top-seeded Catholic, 1-0, on Wednesday on a late goal by sophomore midfielder Megan Gallagher (Thorndale, Pa./Bishop Shanahan) to advance to Saturday’s title game.
The University of Scranton field hockey team is looking for its first Landmark Conference championship this fall. In order to achieve that goal, the Royals will have to win a pair of games on the road, starting with Wednesday’s semifinal contest at Catholic.
Trailing one of the nation’s top teams, 2-0, The University of Scranton was all over sixth-ranked Vassar in the opening 20 minutes of the second half, but was unable to push home a goal before the Brewers pulled away late for a 5-0 victory in non-conference field hockey action at Weiss Field on Wednesday night.
The University of Scranton field hockey team moved a step closer to locking up a Landmark Conference playoff berth on Saturday, defeating visiting Susquehanna in an exciting contest at Weiss Field, 3-2. The Royals, now 12-3 on the season with a 4-2 mark in conference play, can clinch the #3 seed with a win at Juniata next Saturday.
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. – Host Elizabethtown clinched home field advantage for the semifinal round of the upcoming Landmark Conference playoffs on Saturday by edging The University of Scranton in a shootout, 2-1, after the two teams were unable to break a 1-1 tie over 90 minutes of play.
The University of Scranton field hockey team scored four second half goals to break open a tight Landmark Conference field hockey game at Drew on Wednesday night as the Royals defeated the Rangers, 5-0.
The University of Scranton scored the first three goals of Saturday afternoon’s Landmark Conference field hockey game against Moravian and held off the Greyhounds to secure a 3-1 victory at Weiss Field.
READING, Pa. – Albright used two goals separated by just 41 seconds in the second half of Wednesday night’s non-conference field hockey game against The University of Scranton to defeat the Royals, 2-0.
Junior forward Gracie McClatchy (Havertown, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) of The University of Scranton field hockey team scored a hat trick on Saturday at Goucher to lead the Royals to their first conference win of the season. As a result of her performance, she has been honored as the Landmark Conference Offensive Athlete of the Week.
BALTIMORE, Md. – Gracie McClatchy (Havertown, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) recorded a hat trick and Amanda Gerenza (Stroudsburg, Pa./Pocono Mountain East) scored the first two goals of her collegiate career to lead The University of Scranton to a 6-0 victory at Goucher in Landmark Conference field hockey action on Saturday.
EDWARDSVILLE, Pa. – Trailing by a goal early in the second half of Tuesday night’s non-conference field hockey game at Wilkes, The University of Scranton scored three goals in a 6:44 span to rally for a 3-1 victory.
Junior Gracie McClatchy (Havertown, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) scored with 20.6 seconds remaining in regulation to send Saturday’s Landmark Conference field hockey opener between The University of Scranton and Catholic into overtime, but the Cardinals scored with 2:45 left in the second overtime to claim a 3-2 victory.
Seniors Elizabeth Tolley (Brookside, N.J./West Morris Mendham) and Katherine McVeagh (Flourtown, Pa./Springfield Township) scored second half goals to lead The University of Scranton to a 2-0 victory over visiting Marywood on Tuesday at Weiss Field. The win lifts the Royals to a perfect 7-0 on the season while the Pacers slip to 4-2 overall.
Sophomore Megan Gallagher (Thorndale, Pa./Bishop Shanahan) of The University of Scranton field hockey team played a key role in three wins for the Royals last week, factoring in six of the team’s nine goals. For her efforts, she has been named the Landmark Conference Offensive Athlete of the Week for the second time this season.
GLENISIDE, Pa. – Junior Gracie McClatchy (Havertown, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) scored with 9:25 remaining in the first half and sophomore Jenna Cyr (Coopersburg, Pa./Southern Lehigh) made seven saves to lead The University of Scranton field hockey team to a 1-0 victory at Arcadia on Saturday.
Elizabeth Tolley (Brookside, N.J./West Morris Mendham) netted a hat trick to go along with an assist while Megan Gallagher (Thorndale, Pa./Bishop Shanahan) dished out four helpers on Thursday night to lead The University of Scranton to a 6-1 victory over King’s in non-conference field hockey action at Weiss Field.
Following an outstanding offensive display over two games last week, University of Scranton field hockey player Gracie McClatchy (Havertown, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) netted another weekly award today by being selected to the Longstreth/NFHCA Division III Player of the Week Honor Roll.