Hawks put up ten goals on Salem State

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It’s November 6,2019. Here’s what’s been going on lately in Saint Anselm Hawks sports.

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Field Hockey

The nationally third-ranked Hawks advanced to the Northeast-10 Semifinals on Tuesday after defeating Franklin Pierce, 2-0.

Saint Anselm’s goals came from senior Michelle Lemelin (Windham, Maine) and freshman Avery Tucker (Westbrook, Maine).

The Hawks did not allow a single shot on goal, with this marking their 17th shutout of the year.

Saint Anselm plays next on Friday, Nov. 8 against Assumption at a time to be determined.

Women’s Soccer

The regular season ended with a scoreless draw against Bentley on Tuesday.

This tie marked the team-record seventh draw of the season for the Hawks, leaving them just behind American International for a berth in the Northeast-10 Conference Tournament, with American International shutting out SNHU on Tuesday as well.

The Hawks finish their season 7-3-7 overall and 4-3-6 against Northeast-10 opponents.

Women’s Ice Hockey

It wasn’t a conference game, but it was definitely a satisfying one as the Hawks defeated Salem State, 10-0.

Freshman Gabrielle Huson (Edina, Minn.), sophomore Julia Scannell (Milton, Mass.), junior Katy Meehan (Quincy, Mass.) and senior Jamie Gottwald (Easton, Mass.) each had two goals. Kenadie Cooper (Gilbert, Ariz.) and sophomore Erin Myers (Saint Paull, Minn.) had the Hawks’ other goals.

The Hawks (6-3) next face the Connecticut Whale in an exhibition game on Saturday, Nov. 9 (1 p.m.)

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