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Field Hockey continues push to glory


First-year Isabella O’Reilly on the field against Salem State on Sept. 1. O’Reilly has scored three goals in 12 games for Division III’s best attack. The Lasers lead the nation in scoring average (6.29 goals per game). They have tallied double-digit goals three times this season, including a season-high 12 goals against Elms College and Albertus Magnus. Five players have double-digit points, led by Sheridan Blaha (45). (Matt Johnson)
Graduate forward Sheridan Blaha and graduate midfielder Abbey Playle line up outside the circle against Dean College on Grellier Field. Blaha and Playle are both among the nation's top attackers. Blaha is currently third in scoring for Division III (1.57 goals per game) with Playle trailing her in sixth (1.29 goals per game). Playle is also among the nation's best passers, fifth in assists per game (.86). (Matt Johnson)
The Lasers field hockey team gathers during an 8-1 victory at Regis. The win over the Pride was the sixth victory in a stretch of 12 straight. Field hockey finished the regular season 14-1 with a perfect record on the road, 7-0. Their lone loss came on Friends, Family, and Alumni weekend against Johnson and Wales, 3-1. (Joe Sullivan)
First-year Isabella O’Reilly on the field against Salem State on Sept. 1. O’Reilly has scored three goals in 12 games for Division III’s best attack. The Lasers lead the nation in scoring average (6.29 goals per game). They have tallied double-digit goals three times this season, including a season-high 12 goals against Elms College and Albertus Magnus. Five players have double-digit points, led by Sheridan Blaha (45). (Matt Johnson)




























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