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News for 27 October 2023

All the news for Friday 27 October 2023

Pan American Games 2023 - 27 October 2023
Santiago de Chile, Chile

All times GMT -3


27 Oct 2023 09:30     BRA v TTO (Pool B)     
27 Oct 2023 11:30     USA v CAN (Pool B)     
27 Oct 2023 17:30     MEX v PER (Pool A)     
27 Oct 2023 19:30     CHI v ARG (Pool A)      

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26 Oct 2023 09:30        ARG v URU (Pool A)     8 - 0
26 Oct 2023 11:30         USA v TTO (Pool A)     15 - 0
26 Oct 2023 17:30         CAN v CUB (Pool B)      7 - 1
26 Oct 2023 19:30         CHI v MEX (Pool B)      10 - 0

28 Oct 2023 09:30         URU v TTO (Pool A)     
28 Oct 2023 11:30         USA v ARG (Pool A)     
28 Oct 2023 17:30         MEX v CUB (Pool B)     
28 Oct 2023 19:30         CAN v CHI (Pool B)   

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Argentina shutout Uruguay, USA blast past Trinidad and Tobago to open women’s Pool A

Day 2 of the XIX Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile started off with big wins for Argentina and the USA in women’s Pool A play. The No. 3-ranked Leonas defeated Uruguay 8-0, while two hat tricks lifted the Americans past Trinidad and Tobago by a big 15-0 score margin.

Dominant Performance Gives USWNT Opening Win at Pan American Games

SANTIAGO, Chile – The No. 16 U.S. Women’s National Team put up a dominant scoring performance against No. 47 Trinidad and Tobago in their first game of the Pan American Games Santiago 2023. Powered by hat tricks from both Sanne Caarls (Nieuw-Vennep, Netherlands) and Abigail Tamer (Dexter, Mich.), USA had nine different goal scorers on their way to a commanding 15-0 win.

Canada defeats Cuba 7-1 in opening match victory at the 2023 Pan American Games

Madison Thompson’s Hat trick leads Team Canada to round 1 win over Cuba

Canadian hockey fans had plenty to cheer about as the Women’s National Team kicked off their Pan American Games campaign with a resounding 7-1 victory over Cuba.

USMNT Off to Strong Start at Pan American Games with Win Over Trinidad & Tobago

SANTIAGO, Chile – To open their Pan American Games Santiago 2023 journey, the No. 23 U.S. Men’s National Team faced a persistent No. 41 Trinidad and Tobago. After taking a 2-0 lead after the first quarter, the Wolves added four more in the second half for a commanding 6-1 victory.

African teams are tough, warn SA hockey teams before Games qualifier

David Isaacson

Dayaan Cassiem in action against Korea in Potchefstroom in December last year. Image: Nathier Sulaiman/Gallo Images

Between them, the national men’s and women’s hockey teams have lost only once at an African Olympic qualifying tournament in the past 20 years, but both sides say they’re taking nothing for granted at the 2023 edition in Pretoria from Sunday.

Kenyan men win warm-up ties ahead of Olympic qualifiers

By Agnes Makhandia

Kenya Men's Hockey team manager Wycliffe Ongorie has heaped praises on youngsters Mathais Gularire and Charles Ashihundu in a friendly match on Wednesday night in Pretoria.

Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 - 27 October
Ranchi, Jharkhand (IND)

All times GMT +5:30

27 Oct 2023 16:00     JPN v MAS (One Pool)     
27 Oct 2023 18:15     CHN v KOR (One Pool)     
27 Oct 2023 20:30     IND v THA (One Pool)     

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Preview: India gear up for the Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023, eyeing second title triumph on home turf

India will open their campaign against Thailand on 27th October

Ranchi: The highly anticipated Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 is just around the corner, set to kick off on Friday, with thousands of eager hockey enthusiasts eagerly awaiting the thrilling moments of this 10-day extravaganza, scheduled to take place at the Marang Gomke Jaipal Singh AstroTurf Hockey Stadium in Ranchi, where the atmosphere is electric.

Indian women look to put Asiad disappointment behind, hoping for a reset and revival of fortunes at home

Women’s Asian Champions Trophy 2023: India’s journey in the tournament begins with a match against Thailand on Friday, followed by a clash with Malaysia on Saturday.

Uthra Ganesan

Team India practice session during Women’s Asian Champions Trophy 2023 at the Astro Turf Hockey Stadium, Ranchi. | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

Less than a month ago, the Indian women’s hockey team ended a disappointing third at the Asian Games, getting a medal but forcing a reset of the team’s plans over its Paris Olympics ambitions and qualification.

Women looking to ‘test mettle’

The failure to clinch the gold medal at the Asian Games still fresh in its mind, the Indian women’s hockey team will look to showcase its real potential in the Asian Champions Trophy when it starts its campaign against Thailand here tomorrow.

Women's hockey Asian Champions Trophy - the previous final standings

By Tariq Ali

The seventh edition of the Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy 2023 to be held in Jaipal Singh Hockey Stadium, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India from 27 October to 5 November, 2023.

In the seventh edition of Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy 2023 the following teams are participating:
China India Japan South Korea Malaysia Thailand

Following are the final standings of the Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy of the previous years

The inaugural Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy, Busan, South Korea, 2010:
1 South Korea 2 Japan 3 India 4 China

The second edition of the Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy, Ordos, China, 2012:
1 South Korea 2 China 3 Japan 4 India

The third edition of the Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy, Kakamigahara, Japan, 2013:
1 Japan 2 India 3 Malaysia 4 China

The fourth edition of the Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy, Singapore, 2016::
1 India 2 China 3 Japan 4 South Korea Malaysia

The fifth edition of the Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy, Donghae, South Korea, 2018:
1 South Korea 2 India 3 China 4 Malaysia 5 Japan.

The sixth edition of the Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy, Donghae, South Korea, 2021:
1 Japan 2 South Korea 3 China 4 Thailand

Two dress rehearsal tournaments start on the same day: India has huge stake in both


Two tournaments in which strong contender India figures start today within a gap of seven hours. While its opener of the 11th Sultan of Johor Cup at distant Malaysia for our colts, India is hosting the other at its hockey provenance Jharkhand. The latter is the first-ever AHF Women’s tournament on our soils in three decades. Under-21 boys start their title defence at Johor with a Pakistan match in the 10-Nation event (13.30 IST). Indian women, jaded and exhausted after Hangzhou no show, will take on Thailand in the evening (20.30 IST) with a fond hope of refurbishing their image.

2023 Sultan of Johor Cup - 27 October
Johor, Malaysia

All times GMT +8

27 Oct 2023 16:05     IND v PAK (B)         
27 Oct 2023 18:05     AUS v GBR (A)     
27 Oct 2023 20:35     MAS v NZL (B)     

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Malaysia to check out Junior World Cup rivals at Sultan of Johor Cup

By Aftar Singh

Malaysia will open their Group B campaign against New Zealand.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) which begins tomorrow at Taman Daya Stadium will serve as a tune-up for the Malaysian team competing in the Junior World Cup (JWC) in Bukit Jalil in December.

Confident Indian Colts look to defend Sultan of Johor title

The tournament will be an ideal litmus test ahead of the FIH Junior Men’s World Cup in Malaysia believes Captain Uttam Singh

Malaysia: The Indian Junior Men’s Hockey Team will face Men’s Junior Asia Cup Finalists and rivals, Pakistan in the opening match of the 11th Sultan of Johor Cup 2023 on 27th October in Johor, Malaysia. The 11th Sultan of Johor Cup 2023 also features 8 teams in this edition instead of the customary 6 teams that it featured in previous editions.  

GB U21s Men Ready For Action In The Sultan Of Johor Cup

An 18-strong men’s squad of Under 21 players have travelled to Malaysia ready to take on the likes of Germany, South Africa and Australia at the Sultan of Johor Cup.

GB aim to regain Sultan of Johor Cup title

GB men have won gold in recent years PIC: Sultan of Johor Cup

Great Britain men will aim to regain the Sultan of Johor Hockey Cup with five players who came away with bronze last year at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium.

India up against Pakistan

Johor Bahru (Malaysia): Following their title-winning feat in the men’s Junior Asia Cup earlier this year, India will look to continue their fine run when they take on arch-rivals Pakistan in the Sultan of Johor Cup opener here today.

Rot-Weiss lead way into German men’s winter break

Rot-Weiss Köln’s men completed the first phase of the German season in flying form as they defeated SC Frankfurt 80 6-1 with Christopher Rühr scoring a hat trick.

The biggest Hockey One stories heading into Round 4


The JDH Hockey One League merry-go-round of ins and outs is spinning fast this week.

NCAA Division 1 fixtures - 27 October

Weekend College Games: October 26 - 28

Each week, USA Field Hockey highlights upcoming college games to watch. This edition covers the weekend of October 26 - 28.

No. 1 Northwestern secures outright Big Ten title with 5-1 rout of No. 7 Maryland

Alex Cervantes

Graduate student midfielder Alia Marshall prepares to shoot. Marshall notched a goal and two assists in Northwestern’s 5-1 rout of Maryland Thursday. Yanyan Li/The Daily Northwestern

What’s important now?

That was Northwestern’s message ahead of its clash with No. 7 Maryland. It’s the same message — abbreviated to W.I.N. — that has guided the No. 1 Wildcats to the nation’s top ranking, the program’s longest-ever win streak and a perfect 8-0 finish in conference play.

No. 7 Maryland field hockey falls 5-1 to No. 1 Northwestern in final regular season game

Holliday Woodard

Missy Meharg during Maryland field hockey's 6-1 win over New Hampshire on Sept. 11, 2022. (Riley Sims/The Diamondback)

Maryland’s defense huddled around a Northwestern midfielder and looked to poke the ball out of the circle. A collision of players created an open canal for the ball to be passed into the center and redirected to the Terps’ net. The Wildcats’ score early in the first quarter was the first of five Northwestern goals that led to Maryland’s collapse in its final game of the season.

No. 7 Maryland field hockey trounced by No. 1 Northwestern to end regular season

A win would’ve earned the Terps a share of the conference regular season title, but instead they were locked into the No. 3 seed.

By Ryan-Martin

Maryland finished the regular season with a 14-4 record. Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics.

An upset of No. 1 Northwestern on Thursday would’ve clinched a share of the Big Ten regular season title for No. 7 Maryland field hockey, but the Wildcats relied on two unlikely sources to thwart the Terps.

FH Set To Host No. 2 Duke For Regular-Season Finale

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The fourth-ranked UNC field hockey team closes out the regular season Friday evening with a top-five battle at Karen Shelton Stadium, hosting No. 2 Duke at 6 p.m.

Field Hockey closes season with Stanford, UC Davis

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University field hockey team closes out its regular season this weekend with games against Stanford (Friday) and UC Davis (Sunday) at the Bryant Field Hockey Complex.

Field Hockey Finishes Season Slate on the Road Against Holy Cross and Stonehill

The Lindenwood field hockey program will end their season on the road in the state of Massachusetts, taking on Holy Cross on Friday, October 27, at 2:00 PM CT and Stonehill on Sunday, October 29th at 10:00 AM CT.

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