Ohmen Records 500th Career Save for Field Hockey Friday at Wagner

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.  – The Merrimack College field hockey program lost its final Northeast Conference (NEC) game of the season on Friday, 5-0, on Saturday at the Wagner Field Hockey Complex.

The Basic
Score: Wagner 5, Merrimack 0
Records: Merrimack (2-14, 1-5 NEC) | Wagner (2-11, 1-5 NEC)
Location: Stanten Island, N.Y. | Wagner Field Hockey Complex

Rapid Recap

  • After eight-plus scoreless minutes, Wagner scored its first goal of the day on a shot from the left side of the attacking zone. Merrimack pressured late in the final minute with two shots, but could not score
  • The Seahawks added their second early in the second quarter. They added another to take a 3-0 lead into halftime
  • Ohmen’s milestone moment came as part of a four-save third quarter. Nearing five minutes to play until the fourth, Ohmen made a stop that made her the third student-athlete in program history to reach 500 career saves
  • Freshman Wilma Neumann registered a pair of shots in the fourth quarter, making a bid for her second goal of the season

Notes and Figures

  • Ohmen became the third goalkeeper in school history with 500 career saves, joining Kerri Bergquist ’12 and Amy Larrabee ’07. Bergquist owns the school record with 637 stops
  • The graduate season increased her career-best single-season total to 184 saves, and needs 13 more in Sunday’s season finale to set a new Merrimack single-season record

Up Next:
The Warriors wrap up the regular season on Sunday at Yale at 2 p.m.

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