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DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire field hockey team recently held its annual banquet to honor the athletic and academic achievements attained by its student-athletes in the 2005 season.


DURHAM, N.H. — Sam Geary (Norwood, Mass.), Brittany Jacobs (Frederick, Md.) and Margaux Shute (Norridgewock, Maine) of the University of New Hampshire field hockey team were named to the 2005 NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad on Monday.


Sam Geary (Norwood, Mass.), Brittany Jacobs (Frederick, Md.) and Margaux Shute (Norridgewock, Maine) of the University of New Hampshire field hockey team were named to the 2005 NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad on Monday.


Robin Balducci, 15th-year head coach of the UNH field hockey team, announced Friday that both Gabrielle Cafone (Fairfield, N.J.) and Cally Cooke (Newburyport, Mass.) have signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of New Hampshire and will join the program in the fall 2006 semester.


DURHAM, N.H. — Robin Balducci, 15th-year head coach of the UNH field hockey team, announced Friday that both Gabrielle Cafone (Fairfield, N.J.) and Cally Cooke (Newburyport, Mass.) have signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of New Hampshire and will join the program in the fall 2006 semester.


BOSTON — Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.), a senior midfielder on the University of New Hampshire field hockey team, was selected to the America East All-Conference First Team, the league announced Thursday at its annual banquet.


Four other Wildcat field hockey players honored

BOSTON — Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.), a senior midfielder on the University of New Hampshire field hockey team, was selected to the America East All-Conference First Team, the league announced Thursday at its annual banquet.


White leads Wildcats with four goals, assist

DURHAM, N.H. — Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.) celebrated Senior Day with four goals and an assist to lead the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 7-0 America East victory against the University of Maryland-Baltimore County in the season finale for both teams at Memorial Field.


DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire field hockey team took a 2-1 lead at the end of the first half, but the 14th-ranked Boston College Eagles increased the offensive pressure in the second half, eventually earning two goals to defeat the Wildcats, 3-2, Sunday afternoon at Memorial Field.


BURLINGTON, Vt. — The University of Vermont field hockey team, led by a goal and two assists from Danielle Collins, scored a pair of goals in both halves to defeat the University of New Hampshire, 4-0, Friday afternoon in America East action at Moulton Winder Field.


Skelley named an alternate to field hockey team

Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.), a senior midfielder on the University of New Hampshire field hockey team, was selected to play in the 2005 NFHCA Division I North/South Senior All-Star Game that will be held Nov. 19 at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Ky. Game time is 7:30 p.m.


Shute records second career shutout

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.) scored a goal in the 30th minute and Margaux Shute (Norridgwock, Maine) recorded four saves for her second career shutout to propel the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Sunday afternoon's 1-0 non-conference victory at Providence College.


DURHAM, N.H. — Kim MacDonald scored at 4:52 of overtime to lift the University of Maine field hockey team to Friday afternoon's 3-2 America East victory against the University of New Hampshire at rainy Memorial Field.


NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Senior co-captain Kaitlyn Skelley (Wolfeboro, N.H.) gave the University of New Hampshire field hockey team a 1-0 lead, but host Yale University closed the game with four consecutive goals to record a 4-1 non-conference victory Sunday afternoon.


BOSTON - Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.), a senior co-captain on the University of New Hampshire field hockey team, was named America East Player of the Week, the league announced Monday afternoon.


White scores game-winning goal in overtime

ALBANY, N.Y. — Senior co-captain Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.) scored 4:36 into overtime to lift the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 2-1 America East victory in a cold, pouring rain at the University at Albany.


White's two goals, Stuart's three assists spark 'Cats

HANOVER, N.H. — Senior captain Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.) scored two goals and junior MacKenzie Stuart (Washington Depot, Conn.) recorded a career-high three assists to propel the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Sunday afternoon's 4-1 non-conference victory against intrastate rival Dartmouth College at Sculley-Fahey Field.


BOSTON — Sarah Shute and Holly Wiles scored first-half goals to lead the 20th-ranked Boston University field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 3-0 victory against the University of New Hampshire at MIT's Jack Barry Field in the America East conference opener for both teams.


DURHAM, N.H. — The 12th-ranked Northeastern University field hockey team stormed past the University of New Hampshire with six second-half goals to record a 7-1 non-conference victory Friday night at Memorial Field.


DURHAM, N.H. — Jenna Cook scored a pair of first-half goals and the College of the Holy Cross field hockey team fended off the University of New Hampshire to record a 2-1 non-conference victory Sunday afternoon at Memorial Field.


DURHAM, N.H. — Mary Shea scored 1:54 into overtime to lift the University of Massachusetts field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 3-2 non-conference victory against the University of Massachusetts at Memorial Field.


STORRS, Conn. — Kristin Galuski scored three goals to propel the 11th-ranked University of Connecticut field hockey team to Wednesday night's 8-0 non-conference victory against the University of New Hampshire at Sherman Complex.


Jacobs leads 'Cat attack with two goals

DURHAM, N.H. — Brittany Jacobs (Frederick, Md.) scored her first two collegiate goals to propel the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to an early 4-0 lead en route to Sunday afternoon's 4-2 non-conference victory against Rider University at Memorial Field. Both teams are now 3-3 on the season.


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The University of New Hampshire field hockey team controlled play for a majority of Thursday night's game at Harvard University, but the Wildcats were defeated 3-0 by the Crimson in non-conference action.


BOSTON - Michelle Tavener (Winchester, Mass.), a freshman midfielder on the University of New Hampshire field hockey team, was honored as the America East Rookie of the Week on Tuesday.


Shute records first career shutout with three saves

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Michelle Tavener (Winchester, Mass.) scored in the 16th minute and Margaux Shute (Norridgewock, Maine) recorded her first career shutout with a three-save effort to lead the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Sunday afternoon's 2-0 non-conference road victory against St. Louis University.


ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Alicia Balanesi and Alisa Folk both scored two goals to lead the Central Michigan University field hockey team to Saturday afternoon's 5-2 non-conference victory against the University of New Hampshire at St. Louis University.


Skelley, White pace Wildcats with two goals, assist apiece

DURHAM, N.H. — Senior co-captains Kaitlyn Skelley (Wolfeboro, N.H.) and Katie White (Glens Falls, N.Y.) both recorded two goals and an assist to propel the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to Sunday afternoon's 5-3 non-conference victory against Sacred Heart University at Memorial Field.


DURHAM, N.H. — Despite a personal-best 19-save effort from sophomore goalkeeper Margaux Shute (Norridgewock, Maine), the University of New Hampshire field hockey team was defeated 3-1 by Indiana University in Saturday afternoon's season opener for both teams at Memorial Field.


BOSTON — The University of New Hampshire field hockey team, which advanced to the conference postseason for the third consecutive year in 2004, was selected third in the 2005 America East Preseason Coaches Poll that was released Thursday afternoon.




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