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Field hockey defeated by Centenary (N.J.)

Field hockey defeated by Centenary (N.J.)

HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. – The Bryn Athyn College field hockey team was shutout by host Centenary (N.J.), 4-0, in a Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) clash Saturday afternoon.

Bryn Athyn was solid defensively in the first quarter, holding Centenary (4-6, 2-0 CSAC) to four shots—two on goal. Brittany Gunther made a defensive save—her team-leading fifth—on the first shot and the second was stopped by keeper Kailey Brower.

Centenary broke through for the opening goal by Lucienne Wolfson on a penalty corner with 7:09 left in the second quarter. Tracy tacked on the Cyclones' goal 1:27 later after putting home the rebound of a blocked Jordan Vandermark shot. Wolfson made it 3-0 1:30 before halftime with an assist from Tracy.

Michaela Thiessen scored Centenary's last goal with 7:26 left in the third quarter.

Brower—back in the lineup after a three-game absence—stopped three shots. Eve Miller also picked up a defensive save for the Lions.

Centenary used three goalies in the contest. Emma Cahill made the only save in the third quarter, but Sydnie Bogan was credited with the win after playing the opening 30 minutes.

Bryn Athyn (1-8, 0-3 CSAC) is back on General Ronald K. Nelson Field on Sunday, Oct. 13 to face Sage in a non-conference clash at noon.