ATHENS, Ohio – The Ohio field hockey team returns home to Pruitt Field to take on Lock Haven at 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 13.
Friday, Sept. 13: vs Lock Haven | 3 p.m. ET | Pruitt Field | Athens, Ohio | Live Stats |
FIVE POINTS ABOUT OHIO FIELD HOCKEY
- Ohio Field Hockey is 2-1 for the first time since time since 2012 and looking to record three wins in their first four games for the first time since 2011
- Freshmen Katelyn Whittle (Glenwood, Md.) and Weslee Littlefield (Oakland, Maine) have started all three games for the Bobcats, with Whittle contributing a goal in the first game of her career against Drexel.
- Ohio dominated in their game at Davidson, shutting the Wildcats out on only one shot-on-goal in a 3-0 victory.
- The Bobcats are averaging 12 shots per-game, up from last year's average of 9.6.
- Junior Emma Spinetto (Louisville, Ky.) scored the third goal of her career to open up the scoring on Saturday against Davidson.
SCOUTING LOCK HAVEN
- The Eagles come into Friday's match with a 2-2 record, losing their last game to Cornell in double overtime.
- Lock Haven's leading scorer is freshman Jazmin Palma, tallying two goals for the Eagles in her first four career games on 23 shots.
- The Eagles continue to pepper goalies with an average of 13.5 shots per-game.
Ohio hits the road again next weekend to take on their first conference foe Appalachian State on Friday, Sept. 20. First touch is scheduled for 6 p.m. Then, on Sunday, Sept. 22 the Bobcats travel to Durham, North Carolina to take on #2 Duke University. First touch is at 12 p.m.