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Field Hockey Defeats WNEC, 5-0, To Claim Zenaty Invitational Crown

Championship
Springfield 5, Western New England 0 - Boxscore
Consolation
Eastern Conn. 4, Endicott 3 (E. Conn. Wins stroke off, 2-0) - Boxscore

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Sept. 5, 2004 – Springfield College senior back Kim Stevens (Knox, Maine) was named tournament MVP after leading the Pride a 5-0 win over Western New England College in the championship game of the Zenaty Invitational this afternoon on Benedum Field.

Freshman forward Brittany Veazie (Dexter, Maine) put the Pride on the board with a tally just five minutes into the game to give SC the 1-0 lead. Junior midfielder Alisha Miner (Sanbornton, N.H.) came off the bench to notch SC’s second goal of the afternoon with 2:19 remaining in the half for a 2-0 lead after the first stanza.

The Pride (2-0) picked up right where it left off in the first half, notching two goals in the first six minutes of play. Juniors Sarah Brooker (Auburn, Maine) and Amber Paradee (Sheldon, Vt.) found the back of the cage for their third and second goals of the tournament, respectively. Sophomore forward Christine Gibbons (Eden, N.Y.) finished out the scoring with 5:41 remaining in the game.

Senior goalkeeper Lindsey Pardue (Houston, Texas), and freshman Emma Kaplan (Ridgefield, Conn.) combined for the shutout.

SC wins the Zenaty Invitational for the eighth consecutive season, including the first under rookie head coach Melissa Rogers.


Consolation: Eastern Connecticut State 4, Endicott 3
(E. Conn. wins stroke off, 2-0)


Eastern Connecticut State came back from a two-goal deficit in the final eight minutes of regulation to tie Endicott College, and eventually defeat the Power Gulls in a stroke-off for a 4-3 victory in the consolation match of the Zenaty Invitational.

Junior forward Elena Lupone (Clinton, Conn.) scored twice and added an assist, while senior Mo Deegan (Westport, Conn.) had an assist and a crucial goal in the stroke off to propel the Warriors (1-1).

Endicott (0-2) built an early 3-1 lead thanks to goals by junior midfielder Ashley Wallace (Hudson, N.Y.), senior forward Jen McCormack (Milton, Mass.), and sophomore midfielder Lyndsay Woods (York, Maine). However, a late surge by the Warriors tied the contest, sending it into a scoreless overtime.


All-Tournament Team
Lydia Grant – Springfield
Erin Curry – Endicott
Mo Deegan – Eastern Connecticut
Stephanie Gildart – Western New England

MVP – Kim Stevens – Springfield
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