NCAA: UConn: Henderson Passes Fuchs |
October 1, 2004
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September 30, 2004
Lauren Henderson became the all-time leading goal-scorer in UConn field hockey history Wednesday in the Huskies' 8-1 victory over Yale in Storrs.
Six players scored for UConn (10-0). Henderson scored two goals to move past Tracey Fuchs' total of 79. Henderson, a senior, now has 80 in 73 career games.
Henderson scored UConn's first and last goals of the game. Laura Puddle had two goals and an assist, while Lizzy Peijs added a goal and an assist.
Katie Cavanagh, Becky Helwig and Lindsay Belli also scored for UConn. Elizabeth Topp scored for Yale (3-5).
Springfield 2, Trinity 1 (OT): Meghan Bacetta (Granby) assisted on the tying goal in the second half and scored the winner in overtime as No. 9 Springfield (8-1) defeated Trinity (4-2) in Hartford.
In the 7-on-7 overtime, Bacetta took a feed from Kim Stevens and beat Trinity goalie Courtney Bergh from 15 yards. Springfield tied it midway through the second half on a goal by Sarah Brooker. Trinity took a 1-0 lead on a goal by Patricia Glennon early in the second half.
Wesleyan 9, Wheaton 1: Courtney Tetrault had three goals and two assists as Wesleyan (4-2) defeated Wheaton (3-4) in Middletown.
Jenn Wasserman had two goals and three assists and Louisa Mook two goals for Wesleyan, which led 7-0 at halftime.
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