2018-19 Yale Field Hockey News

  • Middough Finishes Memorable Year Playing Abroad
    June 14, 2019
    Yale field hockey alum Carol Middough ‘18 was at the team’s final scrimmage of the spring in April to cheer on the Bulldogs, and she was also on hand last August at one of the team’s preseason practices. In between those appearances, she added another chapter to her remarkable playing career. Middough spent 2018-19 playing in England for Clifton Robinsons, helping the team to a fifth-place finish in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division.
  • Bulldogs Place 18 on NFHCA’s National Academic Squad
    March 18, 2019
    The Yale field hockey team had 18 student-athletes named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad for the 2018 season Monday, recognizing the Bulldogs’ success in the classroom. Yale has had at least 12 honorees for each of the past six years.
  • Yale Earns National Academic Team Award Again
    March 11, 2019
    The Yale field hockey has been recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association with the NFHCA National Academic Team Award for the 2018 season, finishing with the fourth-best team grade-point average in the nation (3.62). The NFHCA announced the award winners Monday.
  • Mary Beth Barham ’13, U.S. Prepare for First FIH Pro League Home Game
    February 15, 2019
    Yale field hockey alum and volunteer assistant Mary Beth Barham ’13 will be a part of field hockey history Saturday night as she and the U.S. Women’s National Team make their home debut in the FIH Pro League. Team USA will take on The Netherlands -- ranked No. 1 in the world -- at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C.
  • Fall Academic All-Ivy Announced
    December 19, 2018
    The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2018-19 Academic All-Ivy honors in its fall sports today, and 10 Bulldogs were honored. The 10 were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.
  • Condie, Dillman, Kalinich and Reese Honored with Team Awards
    December 03, 2018
    On the heels of another season marked by progress, four players were recognized with team awards at the Yale field hockey team’s annual post-season banquet Saturday. First year midfielder Théodora Dillman (Lancaster, Pa.) earned the Player of the Year Award and the Senior Award. Senior goalkeeper Chaney Kalinich (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) earned the Amanda Walton Award. Junior midfielder Bridget Condie (St. Louis, Mo.) and senior forward Brooke Reese (Pacific Palisades, Calif.) shared the Coaches’ Award.
  • Condie Earns First Team All-Region Honors
    November 26, 2018
    Junior midfielder Bridget Condie (St. Louis, Mo.) of the Yale field hockey team was named first team All-Mideast Region by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association on Monday. This is the latest honor for Condie -- she was named a first team All-Ivy League honoree earlier this month, earning All-Ivy honors for the second time in her career.
  • Five Bulldogs Earn All-Ivy League Honors
    November 06, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team had five student-athletes honored by the Ivy League Tuesday as the league announced its annual awards. Junior midfielder Bridget Condie (St. Louis, Mo.) earned first team All-Ivy League. First-year midfielder Théodora Dillman (Lancaster, Pa.), junior back Holly Jackson (Glastonbury, England) and sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso (York, Pa.) were named second team All-Ivy. Sophomore midfielder Imogen Davies (Kilmacolm, Scotland) was named honorable mention All-Ivy. This is the most All-Ivy honorees for Yale since the 2011 Ivy League Championship season, when seven Bulldogs were honored.
  • Jackson Named Ivy Defensive Player of the Week
    November 05, 2018
    After helping Yale to a 3-2 win at Brown in the season finale Saturday, junior back Holly Jackson (Glastonbury, England) has been named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week. The league announced the award on Monday.
  • Big Day for Scheyer as Yale Caps Season with 3-2 Win
    November 03, 2018
    Junior forward Camille Scheyer’s five-point day -- including the game-winning goal with 1:25 left in regulation -- helped the Yale field hockey team end the 2018 season on a high note Saturday, beating Brown 3-2 at Goldberger Family Field. The win is Yale’s 10th, marking the team’s most wins in a season since the 2011 Ivy League Championship year. This is the third straight season Yale has improved its win total compared to the previous year.
  • Yale Seeks 10th Win Saturday at Brown
    October 30, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team has improved its win total compared to the previous season in each of the past two years, a trend the Bulldogs can continue with a win Saturday in the season finale. A victory at Brown (12:30 p.m., ESPN+) would be Yale’s 10th of the season, marking the first time since the 2011 Ivy League Championship season that the team has reached double digits in wins.
  • Terroso Named Ivy Defensive Player of the Week for Third Time
    October 29, 2018
    For the third time this season, sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso (York, Pa.) of the Yale field hockey team has been named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week. Terroso made 11 saves in Saturday’s 2-1 shootout win vs. Columbia. The league announced the award on Monday.
  • First Years Provide Winning Edge in 2-1 Shootout Victory on Senior Day
    October 27, 2018
    It was a memorable Senior Day for the Yale field hockey team on Saturday -- thanks, in part, to the first-year class. The Bulldogs celebrated their four seniors (goalkeeper Chaney Kalinich, back Jackie Kisa, midfielder Marissa Medici and forward Brooke Reese) before the game against Columbia, the last home game of the season. Hours later, with the game knotted 1-1 after two scoreless overtimes, the Bulldogs sent a lineup of all-first years into the shootout. Thanks to three scores from the rookies and some big saves from sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso, Yale earned a 2-1 win. Back Katie Pieterse delivered the game-winner, touching off a huge celebration.
  • Yale Hosts Columbia Saturday for Senior Day
    October 23, 2018
    The home portion of the 2018 schedule comes to an end for the Yale field hockey team this Saturday as the Bulldogs host Columbia (12:00 p.m., ESPN+). In addition to seeking their third Ivy League win, the Bulldogs will honor their senior class: goalkeeper Chaney Kalinich (Glen Ellyn, Ill.), back Jackie Kisa (Virginia Beach, Va.), midfielder Marissa Medici (Oceanside, Calif.) and forward Brooke Reese (Pacific Palisades, Calif.).
  • Day of Firsts as Yale Beats Lehigh 5-2
    October 21, 2018
    On a day where the Yale field hockey first-year class shined again, a senior made her mark as well -- and the result was a 5-2 win vs. Lehigh. Five different Bulldogs scored, including three first years. The score was just 1-0 at halftime, though -- and that’s when senior goalkeeper Chaney Kalinich came in for the first minutes of her career, helping spur the Bulldogs on to victory. She finished with a pair of saves. The game also saw first-year forward Kelly Dolan score her first career goal, and sophomore forward Anissa Abboud score her first goal of the season.
  • Penn Tops Yale 2-0
    October 20, 2018
    There were not many Grade-A scoring chances for either team Saturday afternoon at Johnson Field as the Yale field hockey team hosted Penn. The Quakers ultimately took advantage of two in the second half to pull out a 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs.
  • Keystone State Duo Visits Johnson Field
    October 16, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team continues a stretch of four straight home games with a pair of games at Johnson Field this weekend, both against opponents from the Keystone State. Penn visits Saturday (12:00 p.m., ESPN+) and Lehigh visits Sunday (1:00 p.m., ESPN+).
  • Terroso Named Ivy Defensive Player of the Week
    October 15, 2018
    After leading the Yale field hockey team to a pair of wins this past weekend, sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso (York, Pa.) has been named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week. This is the second time this season she has earned that honor. The league announced the award on Monday.
  • Pieterse’s Game-Winner Highlights 3-1 Win vs. QU
    October 14, 2018
    The talent in Yale’s first-year class was on full display Sunday afternoon at Johnson Field, as midfielder Théodora Dillman scored a pair of goals and back Katie Pieterse scored the game-winner -- her first career goal -- in the Bulldogs’ 3-1 win vs. Quinnipiac. Sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso made seven saves for the win.
  • Terroso’s 11 Saves Help Yale to 4-3 Win at Dartmouth
    October 13, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team took advantage of a pair of penalty corners early in Saturday’s game at Dartmouth, scoring twice in the opening four minutes and then holding off the Big Green for a 4-3 win despite a 25-9 shot advantage for Dartmouth. Four different Bulldogs scored -- junior midfielder Bridget Condie, sophomore midfielder Imogen Davies, first year midfielder Théodora Dillman and junior forward Camille Scheyer -- and sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso made a season-high 11 saves.
  • Bulldogs Visit Dartmouth, Host Quinnipiac
    October 11, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team caps a stretch of three straight road games with a visit to Dartmouth Saturday (12:00 p.m., ESPN+), then returns home to Johnson Field to host Quinnipiac Sunday (3:00 p.m., ESPN+).
  • Bucknell Edges Yale 1-0
    October 07, 2018
    Bucknell scored just once on 12 penalty corners Sunday afternoon against the Yale field hockey team, but that proved to be enough. A corner goal by forward Kaelyn Long at 16:34 gave the Bison a 1-0 lead, and the Bucknell defense made that lead stand up – negating a big eight-save effort from Yale sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso.
  • Condie Goal Earns 1-0 OT Win at Cornell
    October 06, 2018
    An overtime goal by Yale junior midfielder Bridget Condie gave the Yale field hockey team a 1-0 win at Cornell on Saturday, ending a defensive battle that included 10 saves by Cornell goalkeeper Maddie Henry. Yale sophomore goalie Sydney Terroso made two saves for the shutout, and the Bulldogs also got a defensive save from first year midfielder Théodora Dillman.
  • Bulldogs Head to Cornell, Bucknell
    October 03, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team heads west in search of a pair of wins this weekend, visiting Cornell Saturday (12:00 p.m., ESPN+) and Bucknell Sunday (3:00 p.m., Patriot League Network).
  • Davidson Edges Yale 2-1
    September 30, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team did a lot of things right on Sunday afternoon, outshooting Davidson 17-11 and earning six penalty corners while allowing just three. But the Wildcats took advantage of their chances, scoring once on a penalty corner and once on a stroke, to edge the Bulldogs 2-1. The game saw Yale senior back Jackie Kisa, the Bulldogs’ captain, square off against her twin sister, Davidson forward/midfielder Kristin Kisa.
  • Bulldogs Fall to No. 5 Princeton
    September 28, 2018
    Johnson Field was packed on Friday night as the Yale field hockey team kicked off Alumnae Weekend with the dedication of Carol Roberts Field House, and the Bulldogs did their best to hang with some tough competition in front of so many fans. After an early goal by No. 5 Princeton, Yale held the Tigers scoreless for nearly 27 minutes. But after tacking on one more goal shortly before halftime, Princeton pulled away in the second half with three more goals to claim a 5-0 win. Sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso tied her season high with nine saves.
  • Rivalries in Focus as Bulldogs Host No. 5 Princeton, Davidson
    September 27, 2018
    A pair of rivalries will be in the spotlight this weekend at Johnson Field as the Yale field hockey teams hosts Princeton Friday (6:00 p.m., ESPN+) and Davidson Sunday (12:00 p.m., ESPN+). While Friday’s matchup pits the Bulldogs against their long-time Ivy rivals from New Jersey, Sunday’s is more personal -- Yale’s captain, senior back Jackie Kisa (Virginia Beach, Va.) will be facing her twin sister, Davidson forward/midfielder Kristin Kisa. Adding to the festivities, this is Alumnae Weekend and on Friday Yale will dedicate its new facility, Carol Roberts Field House.
  • Dillman Delivers in OT for 2-1 Win vs. SHU
    September 23, 2018
    First year midfielder Theodora Dillman capped a hard-fought game between Yale and Sacred Heart Sunday afternoon at Johnson Field by knocking in the game-winning goal 1:57 into overtime, lifting the Bulldogs to a 2-1 win.
  • Corner Goals Help Lift No. 20 Harvard Past Yale
    September 21, 2018
    Penalty corners proved decisive Friday night in field hockey action at Berylson Field, as No. 20 Harvard scored the first four goals of the game on corners en route to a 6-0 win over Yale.
  • Yale Visits No. 20 Harvard, Hosts Sacred Heart
    September 20, 2018
    The Ivy League season begins Friday for the Yale field hockey team, as the Bulldogs head to No. Harvard (6:00 p.m., ESPN+). They then return home to host Sacred Heart Sunday (1:00 p.m.).
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