MADISON, N.J. — More than 30 female administrators, coaches, and student-athletes from across the Landmark Conference gathered at Drew University June 2-3 for the first Landmark Women’s Coaching Symposium.
TOWSON, Md. — The NCAA is in the midst of its third annual Division III Week, celebrating the accomplishments of the organization’s largest division. Goucher is proud to join approximately 450 Division III schools in celebrating the academic and athletic accomplishments of student-athletes, as well as their leadership, community service and campus involvement.
TOWSON, Md. — For the 28th-consecutive semester, a streak which has now lasted for well over a decade, Goucher’s men’s and women’s athletic programs have combined to register a grade-point average of over 3.0.
TOWSON, Md. — The Landmark Conference, which is in its seventh year of competition, today recognized 267 student-athletes for their academic accomplishments by placing them on the 2013 Fall Academic Honor Roll. Thirty of the honorees are from Goucher.
TOWSON, Md. — After recording the most points for a Goucher freshman since 2001, Lizzie Barminski became the first Gopher ever to earn Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year recognition in field hockey.
TOWSON, Md. — The Goucher field hockey team scored its most goals ever in a Landmark Conference match this afternoon, but it was not enough for the Gophers to end their season with a victory, as they fell 4-3 to Moravian at Beldon Field.
TOWSON, Md. -- A hat trick from Justine Ruhlin highlighted an offensive outburst for the Goucher field hockey team tonight, leading the Gophers to a 4-0 victory over Notre Dame (Md.). With the three goals, Ruhlin now has 10 this season, becoming the first Goucher player since Saburah Posner in 2001 to score 10 or more goals in a season.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. -- Lizzie Barminski registered the second Landmark goal of the season for the Goucher field hockey team this afternoon, but the Gophers are still searching for their first conference win after falling 4-1 to Susquehanna.
CARLISLE, Pa. — After four consecutive games against Landmark Conference opponents, Goucher went up against a non-conference for this afternoon. In Dickinson, however, the Gophers were facing a team that is currently tied for second place in the Centennial Conference.
TOWSON, Md. — Goucher was successful at minimizing the damage in the first half of today's game against Drew, but the Rangers added to the 1-0 lead they enjoyed at the break three times during the second period to come away with a 4-0 victory over head coach Megan Williams' Gophers.
TOWSON, Md. -- In the second half of its home conference opener, the Goucher field hockey team was neck-and-neck with Juniata, surrendering just one goal and limiting the Eagles to a 7-6 shots advantage. The damage, however, had already been done, as Juniata had 15 of the match’s 16 shots in a two-goal first half en route to a 3-0 victory.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – At first glance, Goucher’s 4-0 defeat to Catholic might not seem like a positive result. Considering the Cardinals’ status as a perennial nationally-ranked team, however, and considering that the Gophers fell 10-0 when the teams met last season, tonight’s match could certainly be seen as a step in the right direction for the Gophers.
SCRANTON, Pa. -- In its Landmark Conference opener, Goucher found itself in a 1-1 tie with Scranton with just under 14 minutes left in the first half. A lightning delay, however, then halted the match for 61 minutes, and it was the Royals who came out stronger after the stoppage, grabbing a 2-1 lead two minutes after play resumed and gradually pulling away for a 4-1 victory.
CHESTER, Pa. – A five-minute sequence midway through the second half did in the Goucher field hockey team tonight, with Widener scoring the only two goals of the game in that span to end the Gopher’s winning streak at three.
TOWSON, Md. – Three goals in the first 12 minutes were more than enough for the Goucher field hockey team this afternoon, and the Gophers continued their offensive onslaught in the second half en route to a 5-0 win over Bethany at Beldon Field.
FREDERICK, Md. – Sophomore Justine Ruhlin (Cornish, Maine/Sacopee Valley) continued her scintillating start to the 2013 season, with the second of her two goals lifting Goucher to a 3-1 victory at Hood this afternoon.
TOWSON, Md. – Goucher’s search for its elusive first win continued this afternoon at Beldon Field, with Bryn Mawr’s Kayla Bixler scoring the game-winning goal with 1:23 left in double overtime to lift the Owls to a dramatic 2-1 victory.
TOWSON, Md. — Except for a two-minute stretch in the first half and the final seven minutes of the contest, Goucher was able to keep Stevenson off the scoreboard. But the two goals the Mustangs scored 1:58 apart in the opening period and the one they tacked on with 6:48 left to play allowed them to come out on top, 3-0, spoiling the first home game of the season for head coach Megan Williams and her Gophers.
IMMACULATA, Pa. — Goucher still had more than 20 minutes to work with after Justine Ruhlin tallied her third goal of the season, trimming a 2-0 deficit against Immaculata down to a single goal this afternoon.
LEXINGTON, Va. – Goucher came up with its first goals of the young season today, but the first victory of the 2013 campaign for the Gophers will have to wait for another day as head coach Megan Williams' squad was tagged with a 4-2 setback by Washington & Lee.
LEXINGTON, Va. – In the season opener for both teams, the Goucher field hockey team dropped a tight 2-0 decision to Roanoke Friday night at Washington and Lee. The Maroons managed single goals in each of the two halves, while the Gophers could not get anything past goalie Candice Fisher.
TOWSON, Md. – There will be several new faces when the Goucher field hockey team takes the field for its first game of the 2013 season on Friday, with freshmen making up nearly half of the 17-player roster. Head coach Megan Williams, however, is excited about her team’s potential as the Gophers look to take the next step in their rebuilding process.