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Ohio State Women's Field Hockey (Official Thread)

Discussion in 'Other OSU and Professional Sports' started by MrsB, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

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    My Summer Favorites: Emily Mikac : Buckeye Field Hockey team.


    Emily Mikac had a strong sophomore season in 2006, playing in 18 of 19 games as a forward on the nationally-ranked Ohio State field hockey team. She scored four goals and added an assist for nine points while helping the Buckeyes to the Big Ten regular-season championship. Mikac, a communications major from Upper Arlington, Ohio, also has excelled in the classroom as a two-time National Academic Squad selection by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
    Do you stay on campus in the summer? If so,what for? If not, where do you go?
    Luckily my hometown is really close to campus so I just go home for the summer, but I still find myself on campus just as often as home, usually working out or playing with friends and teammates.
     
  2. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    The Ladies Field hockey team can win too! Good job ladies.
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    Field Hockey Defeats Bucknell, 6-1, as Yesenia Luces Scores her 100th Career Point


    The senior midfielder is tied for fifth with 101 career points as she leads Buckeyes with two goals and an assist
    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? Senior midfielder Yesenia Luces recorded her 100th career point as the No. 13 Ohio State field hockey team defeated Bucknell by a score of 6-1 Sunday at North Turf Field in the concluding game of the Buckeye Invitational. Luces led the Buckeyes with five points on two goals and an assist and is just the sixth player in OSU history to reach the 100-point milestone. Ohio State and Bucknell both move to 1-1 overall on the season.
    Both Ohio State captains had stellar games as well, as forward Michaela O'Malley, a native of Stow, Mass., scored twice for the Buckeyes while junior midfielder Linda Haussener, from Baden, Switzerland, had a goal and assist.
     
  3. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    The Lady field hockey team lost a tough one to Maryland.
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    Ohio State Drops 3-1 Decision to No. 12 American in Terrapin Invitational


    Senior co-captain Michaela O'Malley notches Buckeye goal
    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? The Ohio State field hockey team dropped a 3-1 decision to No. 12 American University Sunday in the Terrapin Invitational in College Park, Md. The Buckeyes led 1-0 but the Eagles scored three answered goals to pull away with the win. Ohio State moves to 2-5 (0-0 Big Ten) while American remains unbeaten on the season at 6-0 (0-0 Patriot League).
    After a scoreless first half in which the Eagles had a 9-6 advantage in shots, the Buckeyes scored just minutes after the start of the second half at 37:47. Senior co-captain Michaela O'Malley, a forward from Stow, Mass., scored unassisted to give Ohio State a 1-0 lead. It was her third goal of the year.
    American scored three goals in a span of 12 minutes for a final
     
  4. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    The lady Buckeyes improve their record with a win.
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    Yesenia Luces Scores Twice as Buckeyes Blank Missouri State, 5-0

    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? Yesenia Luces and Emily Mikac each totaled four points to lead the Ohio State field hockey team to a 5-0 win against Missouri State Sunday at North Turf Field. Goalkeepers Lindsay Quintiliani and Ali Ristas each played a half to combine for the first shutout of the season as the Buckeyes improved to 5-6 (1-0 Big Ten). Missouri State drops to 1-9 (0-0 MAC).
    Luces, a senior midfielder from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, scored twice while Mikac, a junior forward from Upper Arlington, Ohio, scored once and added two assists. Senior forward Michaela O'Malley, a native of Stow, Mass., also had a goal and assist. Two freshmen, Ally Sullivan and Aisling McKeon, each recorded their first two points as Buckeyes as well.
     
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  5. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    The womens field hockey game against Iowa was on the BTN. The loss was disapointing. Let's Go Ladies!.
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    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? Michaela O'Malley, a senior co-captain on the Ohio State field hockey team, scored the Buckeyes? lone goal Sunday in a 2-1 loss to No. 4 Iowa at North Turf Field. The contest was the teams? final regular-season home game and seniors Jamie Gofgosky, Yesenia Luces, O?Malley and Kelly Terwilliger were honored before the match.
    The game also was televised live by the Big Ten Network. It was the second of three Ohio State field hockey regular-season games that will be broadcast by the network this season.
    The first half ended with the score tied at 1-all with the teams exchanging goals in the 13th minute. After a diving save by sophomore OSU goalkeeper Lindsay Quintiliani on a Lauren Pfeiffer penalty corner shot down the middle of the circle, Iowa teammate Katie Naughton tapped in the ball from the right side of the cage to give the Hawkeyes the 1-0 edge at the 13:14 mark.
     
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  6. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Linda Haussener Nets Hat Trick in Ohio State?s 3-0 Shut Out of Northwestern

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    Natalia Ciminello collects two assists as Ohio State ends four-game losing streak
    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? Junior Linda Haussener scored all three Buckeye goals as the Ohio State field hockey team shut out Northwestern, 3-0, Friday in Evanston, Ill. The win snapped a four-game skid for the Buckeyes, who move to 6-10 overall with a 2-3 record in the Big Ten. Northwestern falls to 0-4 in the conference with a 4-10 overall record.
    The three goals marked the second career hat trick for Haussener, a midfielder from Baden, Switzerland. She moved up the second on the team in goals with nine and is second in points as well with 23. Sophomore goalkeeper Lindsay Quintiliani, a native of Mountain Top, Pa., stopped two shots for her second shutout of the season and seventh of her career.
     
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  7. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    No. 10 Women?s Hockey (3-3-2; 2-2-2 WCHA)
    Head Coach: Jackie Barto
    ? After posting its first scoreless tie in program history against North Dakota Oct. 26, Ohio State made a three-goal rally in the third period against the Fighting Sioux in game two Oct. 27 for the 4-3 victory in Grand Forks, N.D.
    ? Junior forward Morgan Marziali scored twice in the last five minutes of regulation to give the Buckeyes the win and three of four points in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association series.
    ? The OSU win snaps a three-game unbeaten streak for the Fighting Sioux.
    Up Next: vs. Bemidji State, 7:07 p.m. Nov. 2 at the OSU Ice Rink
    vs. Bemidji State, 7:07 p.m. Nov. 3 at the OSU Ice Rink
     
  8. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Great work ladies, You earned your honors.

    Ohio State?s Yesenia Luces and Linda Haussener Earn NFHCA All-America Honors
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    Luces becomes only second Buckeye to earn multiple First Team All-America awards
    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? Senior midfielder Yesenia Luces was named to the Longstreth/NFHCA First Team All-America Monday, becoming only the second Buckeye in Ohio State field hockey history to earn multiple first team All-America awards. She joins former Buckeye great Sue Marcellus, who collected three first-team awards during her prestigious career. Also recognized was junior midfielder Linda Haussener, who garnered Second Team All-America honors by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
    Luces added her first team nod to her 2005 award. She was named Second Team All-America last season. Luces is the fourth Buckeye to collect three All-America honors in her career. Haussener?s second-team selection follows her Third Team All-America award in 2006.
     
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