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News for 23 October 2023

All the news for Monday 23 October 2023

Indian Women's Hockey Team touches down in Ranchi with focus on securing Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 title

India will open their campaign against Thailand on 27th October

Ranchi: The much-anticipated Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 is set to begin in less than a week, and the Indian Women's Hockey Team arrived in Ranchi on a Sunday evening, full of confidence and determination to win the coveted title. Their arrival at the Birsa Munda Airport was met with an enthusiastic reception from a large gathering of fans.

LIVE stream: Watch the Burras at the 2023 Sultan of Johor Cup

Don’t miss a minute of the action. Every match of the upcoming Sultan of Johor Cup, including the Burras (Australia’s Under 21 Men’s Team), will be streamed LIVE and free.

The first recipients of a new Hockey Australia Masters award have been announced during the recent combined Australian Masters Championships in Perth.

Pinoké is the boss of the Orange-Red in the leader clash

Photo: Frank Kerbusch/Orange Pictures

The Oranje-Rood suffered its first loss of points of the season on Saturday evening. The Eindhoven team lost the top match against Pinoké 2-1 on their own field, which is now single-handedly the leader in the Tulp Hoofdklasse Men.

The evening of "Smurf" Trieling: "Will not soon forget this goal"

Trieling is beaming after the match against OR. Photo: Frank Kerbusch/Orange Pictures

He provided the highlight in the top match between ‘his’ Pinoké and Oranje-Rood on Saturday. Danilo Trieling’s beautiful volley gave the Amsterdam team the second goal of the evening during the 2-1 win. A goal that will stay with the nineteen-year-old top talent, who came over from Nijmegen in the summer, for a long time.

Grange and Watsonians till hold sway but interesting results elsewhere

Grange extended their lead at the top of the Scottish men`s Premiership to six points as second placed Edinburgh University came a cropper at Watsonians. In the women`s Premiership Watsonians extended their lead to three points as Wildcats lost their first game of the season to Edinburgh University, who share third spot with Grange.

NCAA Division 1 results - 23 October

No. 1 Northwestern clinches share of Big Ten regular season title with weekend sweep

Alex Cervantes

Northwestern celebrates its first Big Ten regular season title since 2013, following the Wildcats’ 2-1 win over No. 4 Rutgers Sunday. Photo courtesy of Tom Agudo/Northwestern Athletics

With her back to the goal and a Big Ten championship hanging in the balance, graduate student midfielder Peyton Halsey was shielding the ball from the prodding jabs of Rutgers goalkeeper Sophia Howard.

No. 4 Field Hockey Edged By No. 1 Northwestern

Wildcats Claim Victory after Penalty Shootout

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – No. 4 Rutgers field hockey dropped a heartbreaker to No. 1 Northwestern on Sunday, taking the team's first loss of the season following a 2-1 decision in a penalty shootout. The Scarlet Knights now stand at 15-1 overall and 6-1 in Big Ten play, while Northwestern won their 15th straight game (15-1 overall, 7-0 in the Big Ten).

No. 9 Maryland field hockey beats Indiana, 2-1, for seventh consecutive win

Holliday Woodard

Logan Anderson jostles for possession during Maryland field hockey's 2-1 win over Indiana on Oct. 22, 2023. (Eric Robinson/The Diamondback)

Hope Rose stood at the top of the shooting circle and prepared for a penalty corner in the midst of a tied match. Rose received the insert and nailed the stomach of the goalie with her shot. Maci Bradford found the rebound and tapped the ball in to restore the Terps lead.

No. 9 Maryland field hockey finalizes home slate with 2-1 win over Indiana

The Terps’ winning streak was extended to seven.

By Ryan-Martin

Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics

No. 9 Maryland field hockey used a strong defensive effort Sunday to defeat Indiana, 2-1, and extend its winning streak to seven games.

No. 16 Nittany Lion Field Hockey Team Takes Down No. 5 Iowa

Phia Gladieux notches both goals in B1G home win

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; October 22, 2023 – The Penn State Nittany Lion field hockey team (8-7, 3-4 B1G), ranked No. 16 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Coaches Poll, took down No. 5 Iowa (12-4, 3-4 B1G) in the home finale for head coach Lisa Bervinchak Love's squad. Sophia Gladieux scored both Penn State goals in a 2-1 victory over the visiting Hawkeyes.

Field hockey routed in 7-0 loss to 11th-ranked Harvard

by Michael Demske

Boston University sophomore forward and midfielder Maddie Hudson (13) in a game against Harvard in April. The Boston University field hockey team lost to Harvard 7-0 on Tuesday. MOLLY POTTER/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER

Boston University’s field hockey team fell to the Harvard Crimson by a final score of 7-0.

Field hockey beats Colgate University 6-2, snags spot in Patriot League Tournament

by Chloe Cramutola

Boston University junior midfielder and back Tegan Poerio (15) in a game against the University of New Hampshire in April. The Terriers defeated Colgate University 6-2 on Friday, securing their spot in the Patriot League Tournament. MOLLY POTTER/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER

With a season-high six goals, Boston University’s field hockey team secured a spot in the postseason with a commanding 6-2 win over Colgate University on Friday.

UMass field hockey shuts out Dartmouth on Senior Day

Minutewomen honor seniors in 3-0 win

By Lucy Postera

Credit: Kalina Kornacki

The Massachusetts field hockey team continued its three-game win streak on Sunday, defeating Dartmouth 3-0 on Senior Day.

#14 Field Hockey Tops Temple, 2-1, on Senior Day

MERION STATION, Pa. – The 14th-ranked Saint Joseph's field hockey team held off Temple, 2-1, in a tight crosstown rivalry matchup on a decidedly autumnal Sunday afternoon at Ellen Ryan Field.

Hofstra field hockey drops game against Northeastern 6-2

The Hofstra University field hockey team was defeated by the Northeastern University Huskies by a score of 6-2 on Friday, Oct. 20, in Dedham, Massachusetts. The Huskies scored the first goal of the game midway through the first quarter and kept the lead the rest of the way.

Bryant blanks Hofstra, 2-0, on Sunday

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Taryn Rauff and Natalie Griffin scored goals and Dieneke Hes posted three saves to earn her first collegiate shutout as the Bryant University field hockey team blanked Hofstra, 2-0, on Sunday afternoon at the Bryant Field Hockey Complex.

Field Hockey Explodes for 7-2 Senior Day Win Over Georgetown

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Brown Bears (6-8, 1-5 Ivy League) exploded for six goals in the second half to take a 7-2 win over the Georgetown Hoyas (1-15, 0-6 Big East) on Senior Day Sunday at Goldberger Family Field.

Field Hockey Drops 3-2 Overtime Decision at Yale

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The University of Richmond Field Hockey team dropped a 3-2 decision in overtime to Yale in non-conference action Sunday afternoon at Johnson Field.

Ball State field hockey gets back on track with road win

Ball State field hockey gets back on track with road win

Junior Michaela Graney passes the ball inbounds in Ball State's Field Hockey match against Saint Francis University Aug. 26 at Briner Sports Complex. The Cardinals won 2-1 over Saint Francis in their season opener. Eli Houser, DN

Coming off a 1-0 loss to Appalachian State (12-4, 5-1 MAC) on senior day, Ball State field hockey (7-9, 2-4 MAC) earned its most lopsided win of the season with a 7-0 victory over Queens University of Charlotte (0-15) Sunday afternoon in Louisville, Kentucky.

Field Hockey Drops Contest to Old Dominion

HARRISONBURG, Va. – James Madison was held to one shot as the Dukes were shut out by Old Dominion, 3-0, at the JMU Field Hockey Complex on Sunday afternoon.

Field Hockey Comes Up Short in 2OT Bout with Miami (Ohio)

OXFORD, Ohio— Michigan State's field hockey fell in a double overtime battle to Miami (Ohio), 2-1 on Sunday.

Field Hockey Falls at Vermont, 2-1

Orono, ME – The University of Maine field hockey team was defeated at Vermont on Friday afternoon, 2-1

Minutewomen Earn Shutout Victory Over Dartmouth On Senior Day

AMHERST, Mass. -- Massachusetts (11-6, 4-2) secured their fourth shutout of the season defeating Dartmouth (5-9, 1-5) 3-0 on senior day at Gladchuk Field Hockey Complex. The victory marks the second consecutive shutout for the Minutewomen and their fourth at home this season.

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