Coaches Gina Lucido and Kristen O’Rourke look forward to these seniors’ final opportunity to play the sport together, wearing the Richmond jersey.
The Spiders scored four goals in the first 15 minutes of the game, and concluded with a score of 6-1 against the Red Flash.
The women’s field hockey team are now 6-5, having won six of their last seven games. Junior Rebecca Barry suffered a game-ending injury during Saturday’s game.
The day after beating Davidson 6-0, the Spiders earned their second win of the season Sunday with a hard-fought 1-0 win against James Madison University.
The Spiders earned their first win of the season Saturday, giving them a 1-4 record. Their previous four games have been against teams nationally ranked 20th or higher.
Richmond field hockey failed to pick up a win in its first two games of the season. The Spiders lost 2-1 to Louisville on Sunday.
University of Richmond field hockey player Rebecca Barry has been nominated for ESPYS Best Play of the Year for her goal against Temple this past season.
Due to its hard work and dedication to pushing each other, Richmond’s field hockey team went 16-5 this season, beating several top-ranked teams along the way.
On a penalty corner that extended past regulation time, the University of Richmond Field Hockey team scored to extend its winning streak to seven games.
With goals from three freshmen, the nationally ranked Richmond field hockey team defeated Longwood University, 5-2, at Crenshaw Field Saturday afternoon.