Women's Field Hockey extends win streak to seven

Skidmore goals by seven different players were highlighted in a 9-0 non-league field hockey win over Hartwick College, Wednesday afternoon at Wagner Park. The 12th ranked Thoroughbreds have won seven straight games to move to 14-3 and will close out the regular season on Sunday at St. John Fisher. The Hawks are 4-13.

Dani DeGregory was the lone multi-goal scorer for Skidmore, with three straight goals in a 4:13 span of the first half to break the game open. Krista Lamoreaux had a goal and three assists for four points. Jenn Hanks and Shannon Sebor each had a goal and an assist.

DeGregory has 29 goals this season, three off the Skidmore record set last season by Kelly Blackhurst.

Sam Skott, Sofia San Marco, and Leigh FitzGerald had solo goals. It was the first career collegiate goal for FitzGerald.

Skidmore outshot Hartwick 42-1 and had a 22-0 corner advantage.

The lone Hawk shot came late in the game when Emily Marcotte got loose in front, but had her shot stuffed by Thoroughbred goalie Zoe McGuire.

Amy Beck played the first 46:33 in goal for Skidmore, while McGuire came on for the final 23:37. For Hartwick, Jillian Sabatino had 13 saves in 40:23 and Laura Downey had eight saves in 29:48.



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