Field Hockey Hosts Saint Francis (Pa.) On Sunday For Senior Day
Quinnipiac University (5-11, 4-3 NEC) vs.
Saint Francis University (2-15, 2-5 NEC)
Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009 - 12 PM
Quinnipiac Field Hockey & Lacrosse Turf Field - Hamden, Conn.
The Quinnipiac University field hockey team will honor Cassie Adams, Christine Grady, Jenna Grossman, Lauren Hartnett, Brandy Longacre and Bonnie Shea as part of 2009 Senior Day festivities on Nov. 1, 2009 at the Quinnipiac University Field Hockey & Lacrosse Turf Complex. The seniors, playing in their final regular-season game at home, will lead Quinnipiac against Saint Francis (Pa.) University in a Northeast Conference match-up set for a 12 p.m. start. Senior Day festivities will begin at 11:45.
Catch all the action live on WQAQ, the student radio station of Quinnipiac University. Bobcat fans can click on the audio link on the schedule at the Official Website of Quinnipiac Athletics, www.QuinnipiacBobcats.com. In addition, live stats are also available.
There's The Clincher
With a 4-0 win against Robert Morris on Friday, Oct. 30, Quinnipiac clinched the third spot in the Northeast Conference tournament for the second consecutive season. Quinnipiac can finish no lower than third place as they hold the tie-breaker against Monmouth. The winner of the Monmouth (3-4) and Siena (2-5) game will grab the fourth and final spot in the NEC Tournament. Bryant (4-4) is a qualifying member of the NEC as they have just recently reclassified to Division I status and are not eligible for postseason play.
Two With Two
When Kimberly Cunniff and Christine Grady each scored twice in a 4-0 win against Robert Morris on Friday, Oct. 31, it marked the first time since 10/19/08 that the Bobcats had two players score twice in a game. In that game, a 5-0 win against Siena, Kaitlyn Notarianni and Lauren Hartnett both scored twice.
Good Defensive Effort
In the Bobcats win over Robert Morris, it marked the first time this season Quinnipiac held a team without a shot.
Saint Francis is currently 2-15 overall and 2-5 in the Northeast Conference. The Red Flash have lost three straight and five of their last six games. Tia Dudukovich leads Saint Francis with a goal and three assists for five points. Julia Moore and Kellie Mason are tied for the team-lead with two goals apiece.
All-Time Against Saint Francis
Quinnipiac and Robert Morris have met nine times in their all-time history, with the Bobcats taking the first seven games of the series before SFU's first win of the all-time series came on Oct. 5, 2007 in Loretto, Pa. Quinnipiac is 5-0 all-time on their home field and have not allowed a goal to the Red Flash in Hamden since Oct. 6, 2001.