Field Hockey Falls To Endicott
Springfield, Mass. - September 29, 2021 - The Springfield College field hockey team fell to visiting Endicott College, 7-0, on Wednesday night in a non-conference contest on Stagg Field.
Springfield slipped to 2-6, while Endicott improved to 5-3.
The visitors opened up the scoring less than four minutes into the contest when Jenna Seibold followed up her own rebound in front of the goal mouth by jamming a shot over the goal line. The Gulls tacked on their second goal of the evening in the 27th minute following their fifth corner of the game. Blake Braman took Kathleen Reissfelder's feed into the circle and distributed to Sydney Poulin on the right wing, who then stepped into a drive that found the back of the cage.
The Gulls added to their lead in the third quarter, delivering a pair of strikes just 39 seconds apart as Seibold once again followed up her own rebound before Poulin carved through the Pride's defense for her second marker of the evening.
In the fourth quarter, Endicott found the back of the cage three times to complete the scoring. Olivia Lampasona raced downfield before putting a pair of moves on Springfield's goalie that allowed her to poke home a shot into an empty cage in the 48th minute. Lampasona added another goal off an inside feed from Lily Tordone in the 55th minute, and Poulin completed her hat trick with under a minute to play when she blistered in a short range shot from Lampasona.
Lyndsey DeLasho (Croton on Hudson, N.Y.) faced 32 shots in goal and posted 13 saves in the setback, while Sydney Harris (Longmeadow, Mass.) was credited with three defensive saves for the Pride. Endicott's Allison Wales and Taylor Farrin each made a save in 30 minutes of action in goal.
On Saturday, Springfield will hit the road for a non-conference game at Nichols beginning at 1 pm.
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