Saint Anselm no longer perfect in field hockey

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It’s Monday, October 7, 2019. Here is a recap of some recent news from the Saint Anselm College athletics program.

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Women’s Tennis

The women’s tennis team earned its first Northeast-10 Conference victory of the year, scoring a 5-2 victory against American International College on Sunday.

Junior Dominque Bolduc (Manchester, N.H.) didn’t lose a game in her singles match, and sophomore Emily Stacy (Glastonbury, Conn.) scored a three-set win in her singles match.

Saint Anselm (3-8, NE-10) next faces Franklin Pierce on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 2:30 p.m.

Women’s Volleyball

Saint Anselm took a four-set victory on the road against Pace University on Saturday.

Senior Madison Sollows (Barnstable, Mass.), junior Holly Manchester (Lodi, Wis.) and sophomore Nique D’Ancona (Corte Madera, Calif.) tied for a team-high nine kills each.

Freshman Michelle Henwood (Guaynabo, Puerto Rico) had 29 assists, putting her over 500 for the season.

Saint Anselm (10-7, 2-1 NE-10) returns to action against Saint Michael’s at noon on Saturday, Oct. 12.

Field Hockey

The third-ranked Hawks have finally allowed a goal, and they’ve also finally lost too, falling 3-1 to Lindenwood University.

Senior Michelle Lemelin (Chelsea, Maine) scored the Hawks’ only goal, which came in the first quarter.

Saint Anselm now has only lost two games at home in the past two seasons and still enjoys a 43-6 record since the beginning of the 2015 campaign.

Now 9-1 overall on the year, Saint Anselm will look to remain undefeated in Northeast-10 Conference play as it takes on Stonehill on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 3:30 p.m.