GLEN ALLEN, Va. - Eleven Goucher field hockey players were named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association's 2007 Division III National Academic Squad in an announcement made by the organization today.
MADISON, N.J. - Nine field hockey players were among the 30 student-athletes from Goucher who were recognized by the Landmark Conference for academic accomplishments today by being included on the 2007 Fall Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll.
SCRANTON, Pa. - Goucher was able to slice a two-goal deficit down to one on two separate occasions in today's Landmark Conference game against Scranton. The Royals never did surrender the lead, however, and were able to hang on for a 4-2 victory.
TOWSON, Md. - After falling behind 1-0 less than four minutes into today's game, Goucher was able to stay within a goal of Randolph-Macon until the latter stages of the contest before the Yellow Jackets pulled away for a 3-0 victory over the Gophers.
TOWSON, Md. - Although Goucher and York were never separated by more than a goal at any point of today's game, the Spartans were able to extend their winning streak over the Gophers to 14 games by pulling out a 2-1 victory.
TOWSON, Md. - Two Goucher student-athletes - a senior runner on the women's cross country team and a freshman defender on the field hockey team - were among those who today were named Players of the Week for their respective sport in the Landmark Conference for Oct. 1-7.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Goucher began a string of four consecutive Landmark Conference games with an inspiring 1-0 victory over Drew. But head coach Warren Prestwich's squad dropped its second straight contest against a conference opponent today when Catholic pinned a 5-0 defeat on the Gophers.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. - Goucher went into today's game at Susquehanna tied with Juniata for first place in the Landmark Conference. The 9-0 loss the Gophers suffered to the Crusaders knocked head coach Warren Prestwich's team into a five-way tie for second place.
TOWSON, Md. - For the major role she played in Goucher's 1-0 victory over Drew on Saturday, Giovanna Thomas (Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel Area) today was named Defensive Player of the Week for the sport of field hockey in the Landmark Conference. The award covers the period of Sept. 17-23.
TOWSON, Md. - What Goucher did this afternoon in Gopher Stadium in its inaugural Landmark Conference contest was something it was unable to do in its final seven years as a member of the Capital Athletic Conference - defeat a conference opponent.
LANGHORNE, Pa. - With a string of four consecutive Landmark Conference games on the horizon, Goucher was hoping to reverse its fortunes and pick up its first win of the season today. But even with the Gophers limiting Philadelphia Biblical to only three shots the entire contest, the Crimson Eagles (1-5) made the most of their few opportunities to earn a 1-0 victory over head coach Warren Prestwich's squad.
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Both goals Goucher scored in today's game against Wilson gave the Gophers a lead, but each time the Phoenix responded with goals that created tie scores. Once the 2-2 deadlock held up through a pair of 15-minute overtime periods, the two teams were forced into a stroke-off.
TOWSON, Md - Goucher kept Washington (Md.) off the scoreboard the entire second half, but unfortunately for the Gophers, the Shorewomen already had mounted a 4-0 advantage. With neither team able to score over the final 35:00, Washington managed to come away with a 4-0 victory.
TOWSON, Md. - Playing a team to which it suffered a 4-0 loss last year, Goucher was able to hang with visiting Albright in the season-opening game for both squads today. In fact, the Gophers overcame a 1-0 deficit on an unassisted goal by Lindsey Frost (Columbia, MD/Hammond) with 6:30 left to play only to suffer a 2-1 setback when the Lions answered with an unassisted goal of their own with only 2:04 showing on the clock.