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Field Hockey Travels for Last Road Trip of the Season

Matchup Merrimack (2-13) at
Wagner (1-11) // Yale (4-10)
Date/Time Friday, November 1, 2019 (3 p.m.)
Sunday, November 3, 2019 (3 p.m.)
Venue Field Hockey Complex // Staten Island, N.Y.
Johnson Field // New Haven, Conn.
Multimedia (WC)
Multimedia (Yale)
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NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. – The Merrimack College field hockey travels south to Staten Island for an NEC matchup against the Wagner Seahawks. The game will take place at the Field Hockey Complex on the campus of Wagner College at 3 p.m. The Warriors will then stop at New Haven, Connecticut for their final game against Yale on Sunday. This contest will take place at Johnson Field at 3 p.m.

Five Things to Know:

  • If the Warriors can capture a win on Friday, this will solidify a 5th place finish in the conference, exactly where they were placed in the preseason poll
  • In her last game against Fairfield, sophomore Juliane Ohmen netted her second goal of the season to give the Warriors an early 1-0 advantage
  • Senior goalkeeper Katharina Ohmen enters Friday’s contest sitting on 495 saves, third highest in program history, and is looking to become the third goalie in Merrimack history with 500 saves
  • Wagner will be looking for their first conference win this season, starting the season 0-5 in conference play
  • Yale has won 2 of its last 3 games, defeating Dartmouth and Quinnipiac, while most recently falling to the University of Pennsylvania

Inside The Matchup:

Merrimack (2-12) Category Wagner (1-11) Yale (4-10)
0.93 Scoring Offense 0.83 2.29
3.60 Scoring Defense 4.17 2.21
Colleen Ellis (6) Leading Scorer Hannah Meyer (6) Bridget Condie (17)
Ellis (3) Goals Leader Kira Mordvinov (4) B. Condie, O. Levieux (7)
Miranda Judd (4) Assists Leader Meyer (3) Imogen Davis (9)
Bridget Shanahan (2) Defensive Saves Leader Grace Gibson (3) Theodora Dillman (3)
Katharina Ohmen (3.33) GAA Leader Justine van Spengler (4.31) Sydney Terroso (2.28)
Ohmen (.782) Save Percentage Leader Anabelle Zandvoort (.663) Terroso (.742)


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