Ursinus field hockey rips Neumann, 10-0

Posted: September 15, 2012

Ursinus' eighth-ranked women's field hockey team (2-1) blasted 58 shots to beat Neumann (0-5), 10-0, on Thursday afternoon in the Bears' home opener.

Sophomore defender Nora Kornfeld scored four goals: in the 25th, 26th, 46th, and 47th minutes to lead the Bears.

Senior midfielder Rachel Pandl (Northern Burlington High) had two goals and an assist, with senior forward Catherine Bitterly adding a goal and two assists.

Three other players scored for Ursinus, with junior forward Abby Wood (Rancocas Valley), freshman forward Devin Brakel, and freshman forward Kelsey Reed all scoring.

Chestnut Hill loses two

Thursday was a bad day for Chestnut Hill's soccer programs.

The men lost to Lock Haven, 1-0, in a home game decided when senior defenseman Bobby Moore converted a penalty kick in the 78th minute for the Eagles.

The women's team lost to visiting Queens College, 2-0, in a nonconference game. Senior defender Sarah Boucher put the Knights on the board 7 minutes, 55 seconds into the contest on a strike that sailed over Griffins goalkeeper Jessica Veazey. The Knights added a second tally in the 62d minute when Nicollete Scrozzo targeted junior midfielder Emma Ylias for a score from center pitch.

Lafayatte honors

Two former Lafayatte athletes, a coach, and a trio of national championship teams will comprise the Maroon Club Hall of Fame Class of 2012, the university announced.

Retired coach Ann Gold, Tom Kirchhoff '93; Hope McCorkle '98; and the 1896, 1921, and 1926 football national champions will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Nov. 16 - the eve of the 148th Lafayette-Lehigh football game.

A 19-time Patriot League champion in her 25-year career at Lafayette, Gold is the most accomplished head coach in the history of the Leopards' field hockey and women's lacrosse programs. Gold, a member of the Central Bucks West High Hall of Fame, and her husband, Mike, live in Bonita Springs, Fla.

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