BRIDGEWATER, Va. - The Sewanee field hockey team's first trip to Virginia in 2019 saw defeat on Saturday from the Jopson Athletic Complex, as the Tigers lost to the Eagles of Bridgewater, 2-1.
INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Bridgewater (2-8) 2, Sewanee (2-4) 1
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HOW IT HAPPENED
-Bridgewater came out swinging early, taking 13 first quarter shots, and eight were saved by Barbara Canty.
-However, in the ninth minute, Meghan Obaugh found the back of the cage for her second goal of the season.
-The home team had a strong defensive presence in the first 30 minutes, as the Eagles took 15 shots to the Tigers' one, coming in the final seconds of the first half by Ceara Caffrey.
-In the 34th minute, the Eagles padded their lead with a Kallie Moyer goal.
-After taking just one shot in the first 45 minutes of play, Sewanee had five in the fourth quarter. After Caffrey had a shot saved in the 48th minute, she found the back of the cage 30 seconds later to make it a 2-1 affair.
-Sewanee had four shots on goal the rest of the game but all were stopped by Bridgewater's keep.
SEWANEE KEY STATISTICS
-Ceara Caffrey led the Tigers with four total shots, three on goal. The senior netted her eighth goal of the year.
-Barbara Canty (2-4) recorded 10 saves in full time.
BRIDGEWATER KEY STATISTICS
-The Eagles finished with 20 total shots in the contest, led by Courtney Cooke with seven, three on goal. She also added an assist.
-Karinne Moyer followed with five shots, two on goal.
-Ali Bishop (1-3) saved four shots for the hosts in full time.
The Tigers will wrap up their Virginia trip Sunday at Roanoke.