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Field Hockey

By Michael Otero
Sports Editor

Coming off a loss against Adelphi University, the Pioneers looked to bounce back when they welcome Lindenwood University to Pioneer Country. The non-conference matchup featured three total goals, but it was the Pioneers who claimed the 2-1 victory.

Photo by Kimberly Toledo
Photo by Kimberly Toledo

After a scoreless first half, the Pioneers got on the board first on a tally from freshman forward Emily Miller. About 10 minutes later, senior forward, Keliann Margiotta, followed Miller’s goal with one of her own, doubling the LIU advantage. Lindenwood added a goal later in the contest and nearly tied the game at two, but junior goal keeper Ericka Parks kept the visitors at bay.

The Pioneers are back at it on Wednesday, Oct. 14, when they travel to play Southern Connecticut State University. Game time is set for 6 p.m.

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