RECAP: Marywood Field Hockey October/November


Photo credit/ Sabrina Resuta

The Marywood field hockey team was defeated by Cabrini University on Oct. 19 by a final score of 4-1 with the Pacers’ lone goal from sophomore Lauren Youngken.

Marywood field hockey’s first October game was away against Kean University. Kean had scored two goals in the first quarter, three in the second, two in the third and one in the fourth. Marywood was shutout by the then seventh ranked team in the nation with a final score of 8-0. Senior goalkeeper Rachel Yohn had 14 total saves.

Marywood took on Neumann University at home on Wednesday, October 5. Senior Shannon Gosline, freshman Meghan Van Wert and sophomore Brianna Sumner each put points on the board during the third quarter. During the fourth quarter, Van Wert scored once again along with a goal from Senior Angie Genter and a second goal from Sumner. Marywood was victorious with a final score of 6-0.

During senior night, Marywood field hockey got the win over Gwynedd Mercy University at home with a final score of 5-0. The seniors on the team include Klair Bievenour, Angie Genter, Shannon Gosline and Rachel Yohn. Gosline had two goals for the Pacers along with individual goals from Sumner, sophomore Belle Coleman and Genter making the final score 5-0.

The Pacers lost a hard fought game to Immaculata University on Tuesday, October 11. Immaculata took the lead early on in the game with two goals scored in the first quarter. Sophomore Corrin Hasty scored Marywood’s first goal during the second quarter. Following Immaculata’s third goal of the game in the third quarter, Genter added one more point to Marywood’s score. Marywood could not catch up in the fourth quarter giving Immaculata the win with a score of 3-2.

The Pacers fell short to St. Mary’s College of Maryland with a close score of 3-2. St. Mary’s had individual goals in the second, third and fourth quarter. Sophomore Milana Straub scored Marywood’s first goal in the third quarter followed by Coleman scoring a singular goal in the fourth quarter. Yohn had eight total saves in the goal.

Marywood field hockey took on Cabrini University at home on Wednesday, October 19. Cabrini scored three goals in the second quarter and one goal in the third. Marywood’s only goal was scored by Sophomore Lauren Youngken in the third quarter with an assist from Straub. The final score was 4-1.

The Pacers took on Manhattanville College away on Saturday, October 22. Sophomore Amanda Leeland scored the game’s first goal in the second quarter with an assist from freshman Jordan Saybe. During the third quarter Youngken and Leeland both scored. Leeland’s goal was assisted by Straub. In the fourth quarter, Younken scored her second goal of the game and Leeland scored her third resulting in a 5-0 victory over Manhattanville.

In their final game of the regular season, the Marywood field hockey team fell short to Susquehanna 4-1. Susquehanna had scored once in every quarter with Marywood’s lone goal coming from Hasty in the second quarter. Yohn had a total of seven saves in the goal.

On Saturday, October 29, Marywood defeated Manhattanville college once again with a final score of 3-2, advancing Marywood to the Atlantic East Conference semifinals. Saybe started Marywood out with a goal in the first quarter followed by sophomore Emma Wagner’s first career goal seven minutes later. Manhattanville scored once in the second quarter and once in the fourth. Marywood’s third goal was scored by Sumner, assisted by Younken. Yohn had two saves in the cage.


The Marywood field hockey team was eliminated from the Atlantic East Conference semifinals by Cabrini University with a final score of 3-1. Cabrini put up one goal in the second quarter and two in the fourth. Marywood’s lone goal was scored by Youngken in the third quarter with an assist from Hasty. Yohn had 14 total saves in the goal. The Pacers finished their season with a record of 6-11.

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