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News for 28 October 2023

All the news for Saturday 28 October 2023

Pan American Games 2023 - 28 October 2023
Santiago de Chile, Chile

All times GMT -3


27 Oct 2023 09:30     BRA v TTO (Pool B)     2 - 1
27 Oct 2023 11:30     USA v CAN (Pool B)     1 - 2
27 Oct 2023 17:30     MEX v PER (Pool A)      6 - 1
27 Oct 2023 19:30     CHI v ARG (Pool A)      1 - 3

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

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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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Domene double lift Argentina over hosts Chile, Mexico blast six past Peru

Day 3 action from men’s Pool A play at the XIX Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile featured a spirited Peru team scoring a goal despite Mexico walking away with a 6-1 victory. Argentina took down Chile 3-1 in front of a boisterous home crowd under the lights.  

Canada defeats USA 2-1 in crucial group stage match

Gordon Johnston scores in 200th cap to give Canada the win

In a thrilling 49th parallel showdown at the Pan American Games, Canada’s Men’s National Team displayed sheer grit and determination as they rallied back from an early 1-0 deficit to secure a crucial 2-1 victory against the USA. The Red Caribou showcased their mettle and resilience on the field, clawing back from 1-0 and controlling the final three quarters of play.

SA Hockey Men named for African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 Qualifier

South African Hockey has today announced the SA Hockey Men’s team for the African Hockey Road to Paris 2024. The tournament offers the winner a place at the Paris Olympics while the second placed team will be invited to the FIH Olympic Qualifiers to be held in January.

Seven African Hockey Teams Eye Paris 2024 Qualifier in Pretoria from Sunday

South African Women’s Hockey Assistant Coach, Inky Zondo (left), with senior player Celia Seerane at the official pre “Hockey Road to Paris” tournament media conference held at the HPC University of Pretoria is Tshwane, South Africa on Thursday. Photo: BLD Communications    

The Road to the Paris Olympics becomes clearer for African Hockey nations as the qualifier takes place at Pretoria University in Tshwane, South Africa from Sunday 29 October 2023 to Sunday 5 November 2023.

ISUZU announces sponsorship of SA women’s hockey team in pursuit of Olympic dream

ISUZU Motors South Africa is pleased to announce its partnership with the South African Women’s Hockey Team as they gear up for the African Hockey Road to Paris 2024 tournament. The highly anticipated tournament, which will be hosted in Pretoria from October 29th to November 5th, will serve as the African Olympic qualifying tournament, and the SA Women’s Hockey Team is determined to secure their place at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Okumu backs Kenya to clinch Paris Olympics tickets

By Agnes Makhandia

Former Kenya hockey women's team captain Gilly Okumu believes a positive mindset among the playing unit could give them an advantage in the African qualifiers for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games that get underway at the Pretoria University in South Africa on Sunday.

Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 - 28 October
Ranchi, Jharkhand (IND)

All times GMT +5:30

27 Oct 2023 16:00     JPN v MAS (One Pool)     3 - 0
27 Oct 2023 18:15     CHN v KOR (One Pool)     0 - 1
27 Oct 2023 20:30     IND v THA (One Pool)     7 - 1

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

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India Women's Hockey Team defeats Thailand 7-1 in their Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 opener

Monika, Salima Tete, Sangita Kumari, Deepika, and Lalremsiami scored goals for India

Ranchi: The Indian Women’s Hockey Team kicked off their Jharkhand Women's Asian Champions Trophy Ranchi 2023 campaign in emphatic fashion as they defeated Thailand 7-1 in their first game of the tournament in Ranchi, Jharkhand on Friday.

Sangita’s hat-trick guides India to 7-1 win over Thailand

India was expected to romp home and the host duly obliged with a 7-1 win against Thailand in the women’s Asian Champions Trophy on Friday.

Uthra Ganesan

India defeats Thailand 7-1. | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

India was expected to romp home and the host duly obliged with a 7-1 win against Thailand in the women’s Asian Champions Trophy in front of a capacity crowd at the first ever international hockey action here on Friday.

Malaysia lose 3-0 to Japan in Asian Champions Trophy

By Aftar Singh

Malaysia women’s hockey players in action against Japan in the Asian Champions Trophy in Renchi.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia went down 3-0 to Japan in the opening match of the women's hockey Asian Champions Trophy in Ranchi, India, yesterday.

2023 Sultan of Johor Cup - 28 October
Johor, Malaysia

All times GMT +8

27 Oct 2023 16:05     IND v PAK (B)        3 - 3
27 Oct 2023 18:05     AUS v GBR (A)      3 - 0
27 Oct 2023 20:35     MAS v NZL (B)     2 - 3

28 Oct 2023 16:05     GER v RSA (A)     
28 Oct 2023 18:05     PAK v NZL (B)
28 Oct 2023 20:35     MAS v IND (B)    

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India and Pakistan battle to 3-3 draw

By Jugjet Singh

KUALA LUMPUR: India and Pakistan opened their Sultan of Johor Cup hockey campaign with a fast moving 3-3 draw at the Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru today.

Indian Colts hold Pakistan to a thrilling 3-3 draw

Goals were scored by Amandeep Lakra (30'), Aditya Arjun Lalage (56') and Uttam Singh (59')

Johor Bahru (Malaysia),: Defending Champions Indian Junior Men's Hockey Team came from behind twice after trailing by a goal to hold nemesis Pakistan to a 3-3 draw in a thrilling opening match here at the Sultan of Johor Cup on Friday. It was goals by Amandeep Lakra (30'), Aditya Arjun Lalage (56') and Uttam Singh (59') that ensured India earned a point from the draw while Arbaz Ahmad (31', 58') and Abdul Shahid (49') scored for Pakistan.

Pakistan-India match ends in draw after thrilling encounter

The match was played in Malaysia

Pakistani players celebrate after scoring a goal. — Screengrab

Pakistan vs India encounter in the 2023 Sultan of Johor Cup ended 3-3 after a thrilling encounter in Malaysia on Friday.

Pakistan held to 3-3 draw by India

LAHORE: Pakistan conceded in the dying minutes to India as the two teams played out an absorbing 3-3 draw on the opening day of the Sultan Johor Junior Hockey Cup in Johor Bahru, Malaysia on Friday.

Malaysia outshone New Zealand

By Jugjet Singh

Malaysia’s Alfarico Liau (left) fighting for the ball with New Zealand Rayan Parr in Taman Daya Stadium. -BERNAMA PIC

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia had ample chances to beat New Zealand but some scrappy hockey overshadowed their brilliant moments as they went down 3-2 in the Sultan of Johor Cup at the Taman Daya Stadium on Friday.

Faris double fails to stop Kiwis in opener


Faris Harizan scored twice but New Zealand secured a 3-2 win over Malaysia in the Sultan of Johor Cup match on Oct 27.

PETALING JAYA: Captain Faris Harizan’s double strike was in vain as Malaysia began their campaign in the Sultan of Johor Cup hockey event with a 2-3 defeat to New Zealand in Johor Baru on Friday (Oct 27).

Captain Faris cleared to play in SoJC after injury scare

By Jugjet Singh

Skipper Faris Harizan during the match against New Zealand. -BERNAMA PIC

KUALA LUMPUR: A major scare unfolded in the national junior hockey camp when skipper Faris Harizan had to be stretchered off during the match against New Zealand on Friday, raising concerns that he might miss the ongoing Sultan of Johor Cup (SoJC) at the Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru.

Fixtures released for the FIH Hockey5s World Cup

FIH today announced the fixtures for the inaugural FIH Hockey5s World Cup in Oman in January. The draw had already been announced earlier in the year, but the South African Women Hockey5s team now know their schedule for the historic event.


Worldwide Hockey fixtures - 28 October

Fixtures from the various leagues around the World

Canberra crowd embrace the Chill to set Hockey One record

By Melanie Dinjaski

Canberra Chill players celebrate the winning goal. Picture by Sitthixay Ditthavong

Canberra is getting chilly in the best possible way.

A 2281-strong crowd at Lyneham set a Hockey One attendance record at the Canberra Chill men's and women's double-header on Saturday afternoon.

Brisbane Blaze prove too hot for the Tassie Tigers

Brisbane Blaze’s Women’s and Men’s teams have enjoyed a successful night at the office, accounting for the Tassie Tigers at the Queensland State Hockey Centre in the opening double header of Round 4 of the JDH Hockey One League.

Liv Downes relishing top of the table clash

A top of the table women’s clash will light up Perth Hockey Stadium on Sunday when HC Melbourne and the Perth Thundersticks go head-to-head in what is shaping up as the ultimate mid-season showdown.

England Hockey League 2023/24 Premier Division Weekend 7 Preview

The England Hockey Vitality Women's and Men's Premier Division is well underway as we head into weekend 7 of this season's fixtures.

Bowdon Women Are Enjoying A Fine Start On Their Return To The Premier Division

After three seasons in Division One North, a trip down to newly-installed champions East Grinstead on the opening day of the Vitality Women’s Premier Division looked a difficult encounter for Bowdon.

Full card in the Scottish men`s Premiership, with one big game in the women’s Premiership

This weekend the men`s Premiership has a full card, with only a single game in the women`s top division.

NCAA Division 1 results - 28 October

FH Tops No. 2 Duke To Grab Top Seed In Tournament

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Nobody scored, then everybody scored, and when the dust settled the No. 4 North Carolina field hockey team had earned a 2-1 victory over No. 2 Duke to cap the regular season on Friday night at Karen Shelton Stadium.

No. 4 UNC field hockey takes down No. 2 Duke, 2-1, on senior night

By Corey Davis

UNC senior forward Paityn Wirth (10) hits the ball in the Friday, Oct. 27, 2023 game against Duke at the Karen Shelton Stadium. Photo by Grace Richards / The Daily Tar Heel

The No. 4 North Carolina field hockey team closed out its regular season with a 2-1 victory against familiar foe, No. 2 Duke, thanks to senior midfielder Katie Dixon's game-winning goal in the 50th minute.

No. 2 Duke field hockey performed admirably in defeat to North Carolina, but the power of legacy reigned supreme

By Anna Newberry

Duke players circle together after their to-the-wire loss to North Carolina. Photo by Olivia Schramkowski | The Chronicle

CHAPEL HILL— The crowd was loud and numerous under the Friday night lights of Karen Shelton Stadium in Chapel Hill. Chants of “Tar-Heels” lingered in the air as the Duke and North Carolina squads battled not only for the ACC outright title but also for the gold star in their seasons.

Field Hockey on Fire

Renewed focus, unbridled passion and strong culture help Duke field hockey set a new course

By Meredith Rieder

Duke field hockey is playing white hot, bleeding Duke Blue and living green. The second-ranked Blue Devils, sporting a 14-2 overall record, put together a record 11-game win streak and currently sit in a tie at the top of the ACC with a perfect 5-0 mark. And they do it all while personifying what it means to be a Duke student-athlete.

No. 3 Field Hockey Downed at No. 8 Iowa

Scarlet Knights finish regular season in second place in the Big Ten

IOWA CITY, Iowa – No. 3 Rutgers field hockey concluded the regular season on Friday evening, falling 7-2 at No. 8 Iowa. The Scarlet Knights finish the regular season at 15-2 overall and 6-2 in Big Ten play. Iowa improved to 13-4 overall, 4-4 in Big Ten play. The Scarlet Knights finished the season in second place in the Big Ten, matching 6-2 conference records with Maryland, who RU beat during the regular season.

Ohio Field Hockey Falls to Appalachian State in Overtime

BOONE, North Carolina – Ohio field hockey (6-8) lost to Appalachian State (13-4) Friday (Oct. 27) by a score of 2-3 in overtime Friday (Oct. 27). With her two assists on Friday, Katelyn Whittle recorded her 100th career point, making her only the fourth Bobcats in program history to score at least 100 career points.  

Field Hockey Falls to VCU at Home

RICHMOND, Va. – In a defensive Atlantic 10 Conference battle, the University of Richmond Field Hockey team was able to even the score in the first quarter, but the crosstown rival VCU collected a 3-1 victory Friday afternoon at Crenshaw Field.

No. 15 Penn State Field Hockey Team Wins Regular Season Finale at Indiana

Gladieux scores twice in Big Ten road win

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Penn State Nittany Lion field hockey team (9-7, 4-4 B1G), ranked No. 15 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Coaches Poll, grabbed a 3-1 win at Indiana (5-13, 0-8 B1G) in the regular season finale for head coach Lisa Bervinchak Love's team. Sophia Gladieux scored twice in the Big Ten road win.

#19 UAlbany Defeats Field Hockey in Regular Season Finale

Burlington, Vt.– Isabella Del Vecchio's 59th-minute goal proved to be the winner as 19th-ranked UAlbany (12-5, 7-1) defeated the Catamounts (8-9, 4-4) on Senior Day.

Bears Stun Wildcats

Bente Baekers Scores 100th Career Goal

Forward Bente Baekers scored her 100th career goal in Friday's win over New Hampshire.

DURHAM, N.H. – The California field hockey team opened a crucial weekend with a huge 3-1 road win over New Hampshire on Friday afternoon. The Golden Bears got goals from Bente Baekers and Daniella Rhodes, with Baekers scoring her 100th career goal in the win.  

Spartans Battle in 1-0 Loss In Double OT

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Michigan State traveled to Ann Arbor to face rival no. 16 Michigan in a battle for the final B1G tournament spot.  It resulted in a heartbreaking 1-0 double-overtime loss.

McClay’s Goal Not Enough to Lift Field Hockey Past Miami

OXFORD, Ohio - The Ball State field hockey team (7-10, 2-5 MAC) suffered a 5-1 setback at Mid-American Conference rival Miami (12-7, 6-1. MAC) Friday afternoon at the Miami Field Hockey Complex. Today's contest marked the 77th meeting between the two longtime rivals.

Bryant blanks Stanford, 2-0, for first-ever America East win

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Taryn Rauff and Olivia Clarke scored and the Bryant University field hockey team played stout defense to earn its first-ever America East victory with a 2-0 shutout of Stanford on Friday at the Bryant Field Hockey Complex.

Pien Elsen Scores the Game-Winning Goal in Double Overtime to Send the Dragons to the CAA Tournament

Photo by: Sideline Photos

DEDHAM, MASS. – Pien Elsen scored a pair of goals including the game-winner in double overtime to send Drexel to the CAA Tournament. The Dragons defeated Northeastern, 3-2 on Friday evening in Massachusetts. With the victory, Drexel matched its highest win total since 2013, at 13-5, it closes out conference play at 4-2. Drexel claimed the No. 2 seed in the CAA Tournament.

Minutewomen Earn Third Straight Shutout In Season Finale Victory Over Lock Haven

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Massachusetts (12-6, 5-2) ended the regular season in style claiming a 3-0 victory over Lock Haven (5-11, 2-5) in University Park, Pennsylvania. The clean sheet marks the fifth shutout victory for the Minutewomen this season and their first on the road.   

Massachusetts Earns No. 2 Seed In A-10 Tournament

Photo by: Thom Kendall - UMass Athletics

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The University of Massachusetts field hockey team has earned the No. 2 seed in the 2023 Atlantic 10 Field Hockey Championship Tournament, the league announced on Friday evening. The Minutewomen finished the season with a 12-6 record on the season and a 5-2 mark in conference play.

No. 9 Field Hockey Heads to Cornell for Season Finale

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – No. 9 Harvard field hockey heads to Ithaca to face off in a massive game against No. 17 Cornell on Saturday. After winning at least a share of the Ivy championship last weekend, Harvard looks to not only claim sole possession of the 2023 title and the right to host the inaugural Ivy Field Hockey Tournament next weekend. The game will start at 12:00 p.m. and will stream on ESPN+.

Field Hockey Gears up for Final Home Game on 2023 Against California

Senior Day Ceremony will begin at 11:50 A.M.

Orono, ME - The University of Maine field hockey team wraps up the regular season for Senior Day in Orono on Sunday, Oct. 29.

Field Hockey Set to Host American on Senior Day

BOSTON - The Boston University field hockey team will close out its regular season on Saturday (Oct. 28) when it welcomes American to New Balance Field for a Senior Day contest starting at noon.

Virginia field hockey coach Michelle Madison announced to be on leave

The Cavalier head coach will miss both the ACC and NCAA tournaments

By Ben Anderson

The Cavaliers finished their season with a 3-2 victory over James Madison. Photo by Claire Smith | The Cavalier Daily

Virginia Athletics announced Thursday that field hockey Coach Michelle Madison will be on leave for the remainder of the 2023 season. Madison will miss both the ACC and the NCAA Tournaments. The release did not provide details as to the reason for Madison’s departure.

Breaking the ice: Errol Hartley’s journey to revolutionize Canadian field hockey


There was a silent hockey revolution that took place in Canada in the 1970s. And we’re not referring to the artificial surface that made its advent in Montreal at the 1976 Olympics. It was the generation of a new force from the Americas – the Canadian men’s hockey team.

Esports and hockey combine as new participation model tested in Scotland

By Neil Shefferd

The Glasgow National Hockey Centre, which has previously hosted Commonwealth Games hockey competition, was the venue for an esports hockey test event ©Getty Images

Esports and hockey were combined at an event in Scotland, which was held to see how the sports could come together to increase participation.

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