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FIELD HOCKEY HOSTS MAINE SATURDAY FOR AMERICA EAST PLAY ON SENIOR DAY
Tiffany Deinzer is one of four seniors who will be honored before Saturday's game against Maine.
The Black Bears (10-5, 3-0 America East) are tied with
As is tradition on a team’s final home game of the season, the Retrievers will honor their four seniors – attack Katie Cutchall (
Moving Up the Ranks
With a goal in Saturday’s 5-3 loss to
Player G A Pts. Yrs.
1. Robi Tamargo 16 13 45 1979-82
2. Julie Moore 18 7 43 2003-
3. Chris Marsiglia 15 12 42 1981-84
4. Kristin Ramsay 15 4 34 2001-04
5. Katie Cutchall 12 8 32 2002-
Kristi Troster 12 8 32 2003-
7. Monica Penn 13 2 28 1980-82
8. Althea Stewart 9 8 26 1981-84
9. Cecile Banas 7 6 20 2001-04
10. Becky Cagle 8 3 19 1980-82
Leslie Chilcote 5 9 19 2001-04
Deinzer leads the nation with 11 defensive saves and a 0.85 DSv/game average. She registered at least one defensive save in each of the first four games of the season and had another four-game streak snapped on Sunday at Cornell. Deinzer’s 2005 total to date surpasses her three-year total of six. Freshman defender Emily Smith (Rising Sun, Md./Rising Sun) is tied for fourth in the country with six defensive saves and tied for third with 0.46 DSv/game, while freshman Courtney McNamara (Southampton, N.J./Lenape) is tied for 12th with 0.33 DSv/game and is tied for 15th with four defensive saves.
Beast in the
Troster and freshman attack Paige Hartman (
The Retrievers as a team rank second in the conference with 5.85 points per game, 2.08 goals per game, 1.69 assists per game and 7.69 saves per game. UMBC is also third with 11.46 shots per game.
Hartman was named America East Rookie of the Week for the week ending Oct. 9. She scored a school-record four goals in the Retrievers’ 9-3 victory over Robert Morris, tripling her season total in one game. Hartman recorded the first multi-goal game of her career against the Colonials. She is tied for the team lead with six goals and ranks second with 13 points… Troster leads the Retrievers with six goals and 14 points… Freshman attack Danielle Guldner (