Field Hockey Wraps Up Memphis Trip

Credit: Joe Dombrowski
Credit: Joe Dombrowski

MEMPHIS - The Sewanee field hockey team dropped a non-conference contest to the Lynx of Rhodes College, 5-1, Sunday from Mason Field

INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Rhodes (5-4) 5, Sewanee (2-7) 1
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HOW IT HAPPENED
-The Tigers offense struck first 90 seconds into the contest with Buckley Norman's second goal of the season from a Ceara Caffrey pass.

-Rhodes followed in the 12th minute with a Hailey Mules goal.

-The Lynx took its first lead in the 18th minute with a Hannah Luckes goal from Mules, and from there, the home team kept the lead the rest of the way.

-Rhodes added two goals in the third quarter (35', 40') and added a 48th minute goal in the fourth period.

-The visitors in Sewanee were held to just three shots in the game, all coming in the first 30 minutes.

SEWANEE KEY STATISTICS
-Ceara Caffey had two shots to lead Sewanee and added an assist.

-Barbara Canty (2-7) posted 10 saves in full time.

RHODES KEY STATISTICS
-Hailey Mules, who became the Southern Athletic Association's (SAA) all-time goals and points leader on Sunday, finished with five shots and four goals.

-Hannah Luckes and Meghan Harmon each had four total shots. All of Luckes' shots were on-target.

UP NEXT
The Tigers will return home on Oct. 12 against Transylvania for an SAA contest.

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