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Field Hockey Falls to No. 21 Boston U., 9-0
Reigning America East Offensive Player of the Year Sarah Shute posted a hat trick and added a helper for the Terriers, the defending conference champions, while Hayly Ross scored twice and eight different players tallied assists.
Haley Robinson got the scoring started just into the game, converting a pass from Pam Spuehler just inside the circle on the right side. Amy Seaman made it 2-0 with an assist from Hadley Adams at the mark. Three minutes later, Shute scored the first of her three goals off a long corner. Robinson was credited with the assist.
Up by three goals, the Terriers did not score again until the 30:07 mark, as Spuehler dribbled through the defense and tallied from 10 yards out.
Just 39 seconds into the second period, Shute rebounded a deflection for her second goal, with the assist from Sarah Hudak. At 40:19, Hudak scored one of her own off a corner, three yards outside the left post. Erin Calamari was credited with the assist.
Shute notched her final goal at 44:31, redirecting the ball near the far post with an assist from Hayley Hamada on the right side to make it 7-0.
Ten minutes later, Ross posted her first goal, collecting the ball in a scramble at the near post, with the assist credited to Seaman. Ross posted her second goal and the Terriers’ last just four minutes later, redirecting a pass from Shute for the 9-0 victory.
The Retrievers managed only one shot in the game, coming in the first period by senior midfielder Julie Moore.
Junior Ashley Benitez started the game in goal for the Retrievers and allowed five goals while making four saves in 50:24 of play before senior Kat Tag took over in the cage and allowed four goals while stopping on shot in . Terrier goalie Erin Prediger did not record a save while posting the shutout in 70 minutes.
The Retrievers return to action Saturday, Oct. 14, when they return home to host America East foe