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2018 Field Hockey Standings

Schools CAC Overall
Salisbury 5-0 17-3
York (Pa.) 4-1 10-8
Chris. Newport 3-2 13-6
Mary Washington 2-3 11-6
St. Mary's (Md.) 1-4 7-9
Frostburg St. 0-5 2-17
Full Standings
Results
Nov 11
Field Hockey Final - 2OT
1 Tufts
0 at Salisbury
NCAA Tournament Third Round (Tufts 3-2 SO)
Nov 10
Field Hockey Final - OT
0 Washington & Jefferson
1 at Salisbury
NCAA Tournament Second Round
Nov 03
Field Hockey Final
1 Chris. Newport
3 at Salisbury
CAC Tournament Championship
Oct 31
Field Hockey Final
0 Mary Washington
3 at Salisbury
CAC Tournament Semifinal
Oct 31
Field Hockey Final
2 Chris. Newport
1 at York (Pa.)
CAC Tournament - Semifinals
Oct 28
Field Hockey Final
1 St. Mary's (Md.)
4 at Mary Washington
CAC Tournament First Round
Oct 28
Field Hockey Final
0 Frostburg St.
7 at Chris. Newport
Oct 25
Field Hockey Final
6 York (Pa.)
1 at Frostburg St.
Oct 24
Field Hockey Final
1 Chris. Newport
2 at Salisbury
Oct 24
Field Hockey Final
1 Mary Washington
0 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Oct 23
Field Hockey Final
0 Frostburg St.
3 at Shenandoah
Oct 23
Field Hockey Final
3 Franklin & Marshall
2 at York (Pa.)
Oct 21
Field Hockey Final
2 Chris. Newport
1 at Catholic
Oct 20
Field Hockey Final
4 Salisbury
0 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Oct 20
Field Hockey Final
4 York (Pa.)
3 at Mary Washington
Oct 20
Field Hockey Final
0 Frostburg St.
5 at Chris. Newport
Oct 17
Field Hockey Final - 2OT
2 Frostburg St.
3 at McDaniel
Oct 17
Field Hockey Final
0 St. Mary's (Md.)
3 at Chris. Newport
Oct 17
Field Hockey Final
4 Salisbury
3 at York (Pa.)
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Champ Info

2018-19 CAC Championships

Fall Sports   Championship Location               Date or Champion           
 Men's Cross Country  Southern Virginia  YORK
 Women's Cross Country         Southern Virginia  YORK
 Field Hockey  Campus Site  SALISBURY
 Men's Soccer  Campus Site  MARY WASHINGTON
 Women's Soccer  Campus Site  CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT
 Volleyball  Campus Site  CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT
     
 Winter Sports  Championship Location  Date or Champion 
 Men's Basketball  Campus Site  Feb. 19, Feb. 21, Feb. 23
 Women's Basketball  Campus Site  Feb. 19, Feb. 21, Feb. 23
 Men's Swimming  St. Mary's (Md.)  Feb. 14-17
 Women's Swimming  St. Mary's (Md.)  Feb. 14-17
 Men's Indoor Track & Field  Christopher Newport  Feb. 15-16
 Women's Indoor Track & Field  Christopher Newport  Feb. 15-16
     
 Spring Sports  Championship Location  Date or Champion
 Baseball  Campus Site  May 3-4, May 10-11
 Men's Golf  TBD   TBD
 Women's Golf  TBD  TBD
 Men's Lacrosse  Campus Site  Apr. 27, May 1, May 4
 Women's Lacrosse  Campus Site  Apr. 27, Apr. 30, May 4
 Softball  Campus Site  Apr. 26-27, May 3-4
 Men's Tennis  Campus Site  Apr. 26, Apr. 30, May 3
 Women's Tennis  Campus Site  Apr. 27, May 1, May 4
 Men's Track & Field  Christopher Newport  May 3-4
 Women's Track & Field  Christopher Newport  May 3-4

Athlete Of The Week

Jessica Cavolt, Mary Washington, Field Hockey, Senior
Jessica Cavolt Mary Washington Field Hockey Senior Cavolt registered a shutout in a 1-0 victory at St. Mary's midweek to secure the fourth seed in the CAC Tournament, and then gained a 4-1 win in the first round over the Seahawks on Sunday. She made eight saves on the week with a .889% save percentage and 0.50 goals against average.  Read More
Courtnie Greene, Christopher Newport, Field Hockey, Senior
Courtnie Greene Christopher Newport Field Hockey Senior Greene led the Captains to a 7-0 victory over Frostburg State in the first round of the CAC Tournament on Sunday. Against the Bobcats, she erupted for five points, including a pair of goals. With that performance, she became the first Captain to score twice in a postseason contest since 2013. Overall, Christopher Newport's seven goals marked the most by the program in a playoff game since the 2012 squad dropped eight against Gwynedd-Mercy in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.  Read More
Greta Plappert, York, Field Hockey, Junior
Greta Plappert York Field Hockey Junior Plappert tallied five goals in a high-scoring 1-1 week for the Spartans. She began the week with two goals in a 4-3 loss to No. 8 Salisbury. Trailing 3-0 at the half, Plappert notched the first two scores of the second half to pull the Spartans within striking distance. Against Mary Washington later in the week, she registered a hat trick in a hard-fought 4-3 victory. For the season, Plappert has 31 points on 13 goals and five assists. She has two game-winning goals and is 3-for-3 in penalty strokes for the year.  Read More
Shelby Press, Mary Washington, Field Hockey, Senior
Shelby Press Mary Washington Field Hockey Senior Press has emerged as a top defender for Mary Washington of late, and continued her outstanding play with four defensive saves in the Eagles' three games last week. She had two defensive saves in a 3-1 win over Rhodes, one defensive save in a 3-1 win over Frostburg State, and another in a 4-3 loss to York. Read More
Sam Keating, York, Field Hockey, Junior
Sam Keating York Field Hockey Junior Keating registered a 2-0 week in the cage with 11 saves and one shutout. She opened the week with her second consecutive shutout, blanking St. Mary's with six saves in a 4-0 win over the Seahawks. She followed that with a stellar performance in holding the high-flying Christopher Newport offense to one goal as she made five stops in leading York to a 2-1 overtime victory on Saturday. Keating finished the week with 11 saves in 143:39 of work in cage, posting a .917 save percentage and goals against average of 0.49. Read More
Dana Meehling, York, Field Hockey, Sophomore
Dana Meehling York Field Hockey Sophomore Meehling led the Spartans to a pair of CAC wins with two goals and an assist in victories over St. Mary's and No. 10 Christopher Newport. She began the week with an assist in the Spartans' 4-0 win at St. Mary's. Later in the week, she scored both goals in York's 2-1 victory over the 10th-ranked Captains on Saturday. She opened the scoring late in the first half with a blast from the left side off a penalty corner. She then was the hero in the overtime, putting home a game-winning penalty stroke after senior Lindsay Nye was taken down on a breakaway. The penalty stroke was her first career game-winning goal.  Read More
Tara Daddio, Salisbury, Field Hockey, Junior
Tara Daddio Salisbury Field Hockey Junior Daddio led the Sea Gulls to a pair of wins last week, accounting for seven of the team's 12 goals in the two victories. In Salisbury's 6-1 win against Catholic, Daddio notched her second hat trick of the season and third of her career. In Salisbury's first CAC game of the year, a 6-0 win at Frostburg State, Daddio accounted for two goals and a pair of assists. This season, she leads the team in both goals and assists while her 12 goals leads the CAC and her five assists rank second in the league. Read More
Olivia Davis, Christopher Newport, Field Hockey, Junior
Olivia Davis Christopher Newport Field Hockey Junior Davis was named Defensive Player of the Week for the second week in a row after leading the 11th-ranked Captains to a pair of shutouts. On Wednesday against Lynchburg, she blanked the Hornets with five saves during a 1-0 victory. That marked the first time Lynchburg was shut out in over a calendar year. The Hornets had scored a goal in 22 straight games before Wednesday's clash. Following up that performance, she registered seven saves during a 3-0 triumph over Centre on Sunday. The Colonels entered that game ranked fourth in the NCAA in goals-per-game with a 5.00 average. With her two shutouts, Davis became the first Captain since 2016 to record back-to-back 70-minute shutouts. Additionally, coupled with her six saves at the end of the game against Mary Washington on September 30, she has now stopped 18 consecutive on-target shots. That is tied for the fifth-longest streak in program history and the best run since Bailey Lien established the school record with 22 straight saves during the 2014 campaign. Read More
Olivia Davis, Christopher Newport, Field Hockey, Junior
Olivia Davis Christopher Newport Field Hockey Junior Davis registered a pair of victories while limiting the opposition to just a single goal over 125 minutes of work during the week. On Saturday against Concordia, she made five saves during a spotless 35 minutes before exiting at halftime with a comfortable 8-0 lead. Eventually, the Captains finished off the shutout, marking the first time Concordia was blanked in 2018. On Sunday, Davis returned to the field for her finest performance of the year in a key CAC bout at Mary Washington. After the Eagles scored in the 18th minute, Davis held UMW scoreless for the next 72 minutes, including a pair of overtime sessions. She eventually contributed six saves, including four in overtime. Still deadlocked at 1-1, she came back and withstood all four of Mary Washington's shootout attempts to secure the 2-1 win. With that effort, she became the first goalkeeper in program history to post a scoreless performance in a shootout session.  Read More
Julea Truskey, York, Field Hockey, Sophomore
Julea Truskey York Field Hockey Sophomore Truskey scored three goals last week as the Spartans took No. 17 Johns Hopkins to the brink before capturing a come-from-behind win over Lynchburg. Against the nationally-ranked Blue Jays, Truskey scored her first collegiate goal in the 56th minute as the Spartans built a 4-1 lead. She followed that with a career day on Saturday against Lynchburg. With the Spartans trailing 2-1 with 3:29 left in regulation, Truskey tapped home a pass from Greta Plappert at the top of the circle to tie the game with her second goal of the week. Truskey struck again 1:32 later on a penalty corner, poking him a pass from Peyton Martino that proved to the be the game-winner with 1:57 remaining. Truskey's three goals came on just three shots.  Read More
Lauren Hopkins, Mary Washington, Field Hockey, Junior
Lauren Hopkins Mary Washington Field Hockey Junior Hopkins scored three goals, marking her second straight hat trick, as Mary Washington defeated Washington & Lee, 4-0, on Wednesday, and added one score in a 4-3 win over Shenandoah on Saturday, earning Offensive Player of the Week honors for the second straight week. She became the first UMW player since Morgan Jones in 2011 to record back to back hat tricks, and provided the game-winning goal in both Eagle contests this week. She moved into ninth place in school history with her 38th career goal, which came on Saturday. Hopkins leads the CAC in goals (10) and points (21).  Read More
Meghan Ronan, St. Mary's, Field Hockey, Sophomore
Meghan Ronan St. Mary's Field Hockey Sophomore Ronan helped St. Mary's to a 1-1 week, holding two opponents to a combined 14 shots (six on goal) and two goals on the week. She added a score of her own in a tough 3-2 loss to Shenandoah. Read More
Domanique Farrace, Salisbury, Field Hockey, Sophomore
Domanique Farrace Salisbury Field Hockey Sophomore Farrace earned a pair of wins last week and was the final line of defense to begin a pair of shutouts. She turned away all four shots that got to her on target, playing just over 118 minutes in net as the Sea Gulls won 6-0 and 5-0 against Washington College and Cabrini, respectively.  Read More
Lauren Hopkins, Mary Washington, Field Hockey, Junior
Lauren Hopkins Mary Washington Field Hockey Junior Hopkins scored a career-high four goals on just four shots in a 5-3 win over Lynchburg. Her four goals came within one score of tying the UMW single-game goals record. She leads the Eagles with six goals and one assist through five games (13 points). Read More
Courtney Fiest, Christopher Newport, Field Hockey, Sophomore
Courtney Fiest Christopher Newport Field Hockey Sophomore Fiest continued her strong start to the 2018 campaign with three more goals during a pair of victories last week. On Friday, she kicked things off with the opening strike in a 2-1 triumph over Vassar. Two days later, she came back with her second multi-goal effort of the year after scoring the first and last goals in a 3-0 shutout against Virginia Wesleyan. Her first strike against the Marlins went as the game-winner. Coupled with her two-goal effort against Bridgewater, Fiest is just the fourth Captain in program history to record at least one goal in each of the first three games of a season. Her five goals also equal the most ever scored by a Captain in the first three games of a year. Read More
Jennifer Morrissette, York, Field Hockey, Senior
Jennifer Morrissette York Field Hockey Senior Morrissette spearheaded a shutout defensive effort for the Spartans and registered four defensive saves in a tight loss last week. Morrissette and the Spartan defense opened the week by holding Dickinson scoreless in a 2-0 victory on Wednesday. In Saturday's 2-1 loss to Shenandoah, she recorded a school-record four defensive saves against the Hornets. Those four defensive saves also moved her into first place in the York career record book with 21, passing former Spartan defensive standout Kari Moyer (1996-99) for the school record.  Read More
Jillian Hughes, Salisbury, Field Hockey, Junior
Jillian Hughes Salisbury Field Hockey Junior Hughes anchored a Salisbury defense which pitched a pair of shutouts at the Misericordia Invitational this past weekend, allowing just one shot on goal through the 140 minutes. In the Sea Gulls' 1-0 win against Dickinson on Friday, the Salisbury defense allowed just two shots, one of which was on goal. In Saturday's 4-0 win against Misericordia, the Cougars managed just three shots, none of which required a save. Read More
Emily Lemanski, Salisbury, Field Hockey, Senior
Emily Lemanski Salisbury Field Hockey Senior Lemanski scored three of Salisbury's five goals in the team's two-win weekend at the Misericordia Invitational. She had the game-winner in each win, scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win against Dickinson on Friday and adding the first score in a 4-0 win against Misericordia on Saturday. Lemanski scored the three goals on just six shot attempts, putting five of them on target. Read More