Field Hockey Bows Out of ECAC Tournament November 11, 2015 UNION, N.J. (11/11/15) – The Kean University field hockey team fell 4-0 to Stevenson University in the ECAC Quarterfinals on Wednesday. The Cougars end their season with a 14-7 record, tied for the fourth-most victories in school history. [read more]
Field Hockey Earns Fifth Seed in ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament November 9, 2015 Danbury, Conn. (11/9/15) – The Kean University field hockey team has been selected as the fifth seed in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Mid-Atlantic Tournament. [read more]
Marissa Robinson Named NJAC Midfielder of the Year November 5, 2015 PITMAN, N.J. (11/5/15) – Senior Marissa Robinson of the Kean University field hockey team became just the second Cougar in history to be named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Midfielder of the Year when the league announced its winners on Thursday. [read more]
Three All-NJAC Selections for Field Hockey November 5, 2015 PITMAN, N.J. (11/5/15) – Seniors Chelsea Mann and Marissa Robinson were named to the First-Team, Krista LaMaina was an Honorable Mention Selection and Robinson earned Midfielder of the Year status as the New Jersey Athletic Conference Announced its field hockey awards on Thursday. [read more]
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Field Hockey | October 31, 2015 LaMaina, Mann tie Field Hockey Single Season Records vs. #2 TCNJ EWING, N.J. (10/31/15) – Krista LaMaina of the Kean University field hockey team scored twice to tie Brittany Gibbs’ single-season goal record and Chelsea Mann had an assist to tie LaMaina and Katie McGee atop the Cougars’ all-time single-season assist list as Kean fell to No. 2 TCNJ 6-2 on Saturday.
Field Hockey | October 28, 2015 Marissa Robinson Picked to Play in NFHCA Division III Senior Game LEXINGTON, Va. (10/28/15) – Senior Marissa Robinson of the Kean University field hockey program was just one of 60 student-athletes from across the country invited to play in the 2015 Victory Sports Tours / National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III Senior Game.
Field Hockey | October 27, 2015 Field Hockey Tripped Up by New Paltz NEW PALTZ, N.Y. (10/27/15) – The Kean University field hockey team suffered its first shutout loss of the season on Tuesday against the State University of New York at New Paltz. The Hawks scored five minutes into the game and then with five minutes remaining to bookend their 2-0 win.
Field Hockey | October 24, 2015 Record-Setting Senior Day for Field Hockey Union, N.J. (10/24/15) – Senior Marissa Robinson netted her 100th career point (and 101st, 102nd, 103rd and 104th), while Krista LaMaina set a new Kean University single-season points record and tied the single-season assist record as the field hockey program rolled St. Joseph’s College of Maine 4-0 on Saturday.
Field Hockey | October 20, 2015 LaMaina Twins Team to Top Ramapo UNION, N.J. (10/17/15) – Sophomore Shauna LaMaina set a new Kean University field hockey record with three defensive saves in a game as the Cougars rallied with four unanswered goals to beat Ramapo College 4-1 on Tuesday. Shauna’s twin sister Krista LaMaina had two goals, including the game-winner, and Chelsea Mann added a goal and an assist.
Field Hockey | October 16, 2015 Rowan Tops Field Hockey on Friday GLASSBORO, N.J. (10/16/15) – Rowan University – which is receiving votes in the NCAA Top 20 poll – topped the Kean University field hockey team 5-2 in NJAC play on Friday night.
Field Hockey | October 16, 2015 Field Hockey Remains Atop NCAA Leaderboard UNION, N.J. (10/16/15) – The Kean University field hockey program remains the national leader with 16 penalty corners taken per game this season. The Cougars are among the Top-10 teams in four other stat columns, and sophomore Krista LaMaina is second in the NCAA in points per game.