2016 Juniata Field Hockey News

  • 13 Juniata Field Hockey Players Named to ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA National Academic Squad; Miller and Scholten Named Scholar of Distinction
    March 16, 2017
    CHANDLER, Ariz.- The ZAG Field Hockey/National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad on Thursday. The squad recognizes those student-athletes who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher through the first semester of the 2016-17 academic year. 13 members of the Juniata Field Hockey team were selected.
  • Field Hockey Earns ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA National Academic Team Award
    March 09, 2017
    CHANDLER, Ariz.- The Juniata Field Hockey team was one of over 100 Division III schools to earn the 2016 ZAG Field Hockey/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Team Award, it was announced today. The Eagles have earned the honor since its inception
  • Juniata’s LaFollette Selected to Landmark Field Hockey Second Team
    November 08, 2016
    TOWSON, Md.- The Landmark announced its 2016 Field Hockey All-Conference Teams on Tuesday. Senior forward Brittani LaFollette (Baltimore, Md./Sparrows Point) was selected to the Second Team. This is her first All-Conference selection.
  • Landmark10: Juniata Field Hockey Wins 2014 Title
    November 03, 2016
    TOWSON, Md. – The 2016-17 season marks the 10 year anniversary for the Landmark Conference. As part of the buildup to each sport's championship season, fans were asked to select their favorite moment from the first decade from a list created by members of the conference. Each winning moment will be announced prior to the conference championship.
  • Eagles Fall to Blue Jays 3-1 in Season Finale
    October 29, 2016
    THE STORY: Juniata played host to Elizabethtown in its regular season home finale on Saturday night at Knox Stadium. The Blue Jays scored two goals just under a minute apart in the second half to break a tie and defeat the Eagles 3-1.
  • Three Eagles Named to Landmark Field Hockey All-Decade Team
    October 26, 2016
    TOWSON, Md.- The 2016-17 season marks the 10th year anniversary for the Landmark Conference. To help celebrate, the Landmark featured individuals that have stood out over the past 10 years. The Conference announced its All-Decade Team for field hockey and three Juniata players were selected. They are Sarah Bilheimer (Bethlehem, Pa./Freedom), Emma Dahmus (Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin), and Megan McGlone (Coopersburg, Pa./Southern Lehigh).
  • Dickinson Defeats Juniata in OT 1-0
    October 26, 2016
    THE STORY: Juniata hosted Dickinson in a non-conference game on Wednesday night at Knox Stadium. The two teams went to overtime where the Red Devils scored the game’s only goal as they won 1-0.
  • LaFollette’s Two Goals Lead Field Hockey Over Moravian 4-0
    October 22, 2016
    THE STORY: Brittani LaFollette (Baltimore, Md./Sparrows Point) scored a career-high three goals for Juniata as the Eagles shutout Moravian 4-0 on Saturday afternoon at John Makuvek Field.
  • Eagles Hold Off Bobcats 2-1
    October 19, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- Juniata scored twice early in the first half and that was all it needed as the Eagles defeated Frostburg 2-1 on Wednesday night at Knox Stadium. The win, JC’s fifth in its last six games, improves its record to 7-8 overall while the Bobcats drop to 5-11.
  • Kuszmaul Nets Game Winner in OT for Eagles Over Bridgewater
    October 16, 2016
    BRIDGEWATER, VA.- The day after winning a crucial Landmark Conference game against Scranton, the Juniata field hockey team traveled to Virginia to play Bridgewater College. The Eagles played to a second overtime and were able to come out with a win 2-1.
  • Field Hockey Defeats Scranton 3-2 in Double OT
    October 15, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The last four times that the Juniata and Scranton and field hockey teams have played each other, each contest has gone into overtime. Saturday’s game became the fifth one and it was the Eagles who overcame a 2-0 deficit to win in two extra periods 3-2.
  • Eagles Field Hockey Stopped by River Hawks 1-0
    October 12, 2016
    THE STORY: Juniata field hockey fell to Susquehanna 1-0 on Wednesday evening in Selinsgrove. The Eagles had eight shots in total and five on goal but the River Hawks had the game’s only goal despite having just four on frame.
  • Field Hockey Shuts Out Drew 1-0 For First Landmark Win
    October 08, 2016
    MADISON, N.J.- Brittani’s Lafollette’s (Baltimore, Md./Sparrows Point) goal nearly nine and a half minutes into the second half was all Juniata field hockey needed as the Eagles defeated Drew 1-0 on Saturday afternoon. The win lifts the Eagles’ overall record to 4-7 and gives them their first Landmark Conference win of the season. The Rangers drop to 2-8 overall and 0-2 in the conference.
  • Field Hockey Overwhelms Keuka 5-0
    October 04, 2016
    KEUKA, N.Y.- The Juniata field hockey team traveled to New York for a weeknight match with Keuka. The Eagles scored a season-high five goals on their way to a 5-0 win over the Wolves.
  • Defensive Field Hockey Battle Goes Catholic’s Way, 1-0
    October 01, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The Juniata and Catholic field hockey teams faced off on an overcast and dreary day at Knox Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Both teams played a tough defensive game but Catholic was able to score the lone goal of the contest in the second half on its way to a 1-0 win.
  • Eagles Shut Out Wolverines 2-0
    September 25, 2016
    DOVER, DE- A day after dropping an overtime loss to Goucher, the Juniata field hockey team traveled to Delaware to take on the Wolverines of Wesley College. Sunday’s outcome was much better as the Eagles defeated Wesley by the score of 2-0.
  • Field Hockey Drops Landmark Opener to Goucher
    September 24, 2016
    TOWSON, Md.- Juniata field hockey opened Landmark conference play on Saturday on the road against Goucher. Despite a sizable lead in shots, the Eagles fell to the Gophers 2-1 in overtime.
  • Field Hockey Stopped By W&J 2-0
    September 20, 2016
    WASHINGTON, Pa.- Juniata traveled west on Tuesday night for a non-conference match with Washington and Jefferson. The Presidents scored once in each half as they went on to defeat the Eagles 2-0.
  • Field Hockey Notches First Victory With 2-1 Decision Over York
    September 17, 2016
    YORK, Pa.- For the third time so far this season, the Juniata field hockey team played an extra period. Unlike the prior two games, the Eagles’ contest with York went to a shootout. Juniata came out on top as Rebecca Waite (Landenburg, Pa./Avon Grove) converted her stroke attempt to give the Eagles their first win of the season, 2-1 over the York.
  • Field Hockey Tripped By #3 Messiah 3-0
    September 14, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The Juniata field hockey team knew they had a tall task ahead of them as they hosted #3 Messiah on Wednesday night at Knox Stadium. The Eagles held the Falcons to one goal in the first half but Messiah was too much as it tacked on two scores in the second half on its way to a 3-0 win.
  • Juniata Field Hockey To Host Gold Out Game on Wednesday
    September 13, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The Juniata field hockey team will host Messiah on Wednesday night at Knox Stadium. The Eagles will also be having a Gold Out game.
  • Field Hockey Denied By TCNJ
    September 10, 2016
    EWING, N.J- The Juniata field hockey team faced The College of New Jersey on Saturday afternoon. It was a close 1-0 battle at the half but the Lions added three goals in the second period to pull away for the 4-0 victory.
  • Field Hockey Suffers Heartbreaking 2-1 Loss to Lebanon Valley
    September 07, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- Juniata and Lebanon Valley faced off on Wednesday night at Knox Stadium. The two teams battled for 100 minutes and the Dutchwomen scored off a corner with no time remaining to come away with a 2-1 double overtime win.
  • Field Hockey Falls to Alvernia in Home Opener
    September 01, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The Juniata field hockey team got its 2016 season underway on Thursday afternoon as it hosted Alvernia at Goodman Field at Knox Stadium. The result, however, did not go the Eagles’ way as the Crusaders won 2-1 in overtime.
  • Field Hockey 2016 Season Preview
    August 31, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- With a large portion of its scoring having departed due to graduation, one would expect a drop off for the Juniata field hockey team in 2016. Top scorer and Landmark Offensive Player of the Year Sarah Bilheimer along with Alli Groft and Melissa Rutherford have all moved on. What will this year’s team look like?
  • Field Hockey Selected Third in Landmark Preseason Poll
    August 26, 2016
    TOWSON, Md.- On Friday morning, the Landmark Conference announced its 2016 Field Hockey Poll. Juniata was slotted in third with a total of of 46 points.
  • Field Hockey Welcomes Eight Student-Athletes for 2016
    August 04, 2016
    HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The Juniata field hockey team welcomes eight new players in 2016. These student-athletes join 15 returning players for an Eagles team coming off an 11-7 season last year and both a Landmark Semifinal and ECAC Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinal appearance.
  • Gillich Inducted into Lock Haven University Sports Hall of Fame
    June 17, 2016
    LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Juniata field hockey head coach Caroline Gillich and the 1995 Lock Haven field hockey team were inducted into the Lock Haven University Athletics Hall of Fame June 5.