HOBOKEN, New Jersey (October 8, 2022) – The Stevens Institute of Technology field hockey team posted an impressive 6-0 victory at home over Wilkes University in a MAC Freedom matchup. Senior lynda farinella he led the way for the Ducks with two goals and two assists.
It didn’t take long for Stevens to take the lead. They took a 1-0 lead after two minutes of play. Second year student Makena Quigley He received a pass from Farinella facing the net and put it in the right side of the goal. The Ducks scored two more times in the first quarter. Freshman Gabi Maroney scored a goal reminiscent of the first of the game and was assisted for the second emily smart. Farinella completed the first by picking up a loose rebound and firing it home to give Stevens a 3-0 lead heading into the second quarter.
The Ducks scored only once in the second. Farinella found the back of the net in an unassisted effort. His opening shot was saved and then he picked up the rebound and made his second attempt count by finding the back of the net and giving his team a 4-0 lead. Stevens had a 12-3 shooting advantage and a 4-1 penalty corner lead heading into halftime.
Stevens continued to dominate the game in the second half. Smart scored in the third to extend the lead to 5-0. He picked up a shot from Farinella that deflected off a defender and sent it past the Wilkes goalkeeper. The Ducks’ sixth goal came in the fourth quarter. Maroney played a ball past Wilkes’ defense and the first year Elizabeth Sullivan he scored into a wide open net for his first collegiate goal to make the score 6–0.
With the win, Stevens improved to 7-6 overall and 3-1 in the conference. Wilkes fell to 2-9 overall and 0-4 in conference play.
inside the numbers
- Fifth year emily frankfirst year Lily Wierzbicki and junior amanda munick everyone saw action at the net for Stevens. Franco took the start and was credited with the victory.
- The Ducks did not allow a single shot on goal and earned their third shutout of the season.
- Stevens led in shooting by a total of 24-4 and led in penalty corners by a total of 11-2.
Until next time
- The Ducks hit the road for a MAC Freedom vs. FDU-Florham matchup on Wednesday, October 12. The game is scheduled for 7 pm in Madison, New Jersey.