Ryder Named As Northeast-10 Field Hockey Goalkeeper Of Week For Second Straight Week And Fourth Time This Season
October 17, 2005
Northeast-10 Field Hockey Report for Games through October 16, 2005
Oct 17, 2005
Northeast-10 Goalkeeper of the Week
Dani Ryder, Stonehill (So., GK, Gloucester, MA) - Collected three shutout victories while making eight saves in a 3-0 week, including three saves each in a 2-0 win over Merrimack and a 1-0 triumph over eighth-ranked Southern Connecticut. Made a pair of stops in a 4-0 victory over Franklin Pierce.
Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll:
Courtney Campbell, Stonehill (Jr., D, Reading, MA) - Assisted on four of seven goals in 3-0 week, including a pair of helpers in a 4-0 win over Franklin Pierce and one assist each in 2-0 win over Merrimack and 1-0 triumph over eighth-ranked Southern Connecticut.
Caitlin Gleason, Stonehill (So., F, New Boston, NH) - Netted a pair of goals and two assists for six points in 3-0 week, including the game-winning goal and an assist in a 2-0 win over Merrimack and a goal and an assist in a 4-0 triumph over Franklin Pierce.
Kelly Latendresse, Stonehill (Jr., MF, Sidney, ME) - Netted a goal and two assists for four points in a 3-0 week, including a goal and an assist in a 4-0 win over Franklin Pierce and an assist on game-winner in 2-0 triumph over Merrimack.
Northeast-10 Weekly Notes:
STONEHILL: The Skyhawks have won a school-record nine straight matches dating back to September 14th and have notched eight total shutout wins to date, including four blankings in the last five outings alone. Stonehill, ranked seventh in last week's NFHCA Division II national poll for the fourth straight week, has allowed one or fewer goals in 13 of its 15 matches to date. The Skyhawks, ranked third in last week's NCAA North Regional poll, have been nationally-ranked in 36 of the last 41 weeks dating back to 2001 and have defeated four nationally-ranked foes this season after Sunday's win over eighth-ranked Southern Connecticut. Stonehill's 13-2 start is the best in the program's 10-year history, as the Skyhawks have already matched their second-highest single-season win total in school history. Stonehill, which boasts the third-best defensive unit in the nation according to NFHCA statistics, has more victories (13) than goals allowed (10) to date. Sophomore G Dani Ryder (Gloucester, Mass.) picked up her 25th career triumph in Saturday's win over Franklin Pierce, as 17 of her 26 career wins to date have come via shutout.