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It was a split-second decision. Walking up to the security guards in Madison Square Garden, Lindsay Stevens put on her best impression of a flustered reporter who had lost her press credentials. Shortly after, she found herself cordially escorted into the Fashion Week show. She boldly walked on the red carpet and seized the moment to pose for a photo.
Richmond field hockey concluded its season Friday, beating Saint Louis 3-0 and officially winning the Atlantic 10 regular-season title. With an overall record of 11-8 and a conference record of 7-1, the Spiders will enter the A-10 tournament as the top seed.
She has won an A-10 Offensive Player of the Year award, represented her native Ireland in international play and even been nominated for an ESPY, but “living as a muggle” is what excites Rebecca Barry most about this coming offseason, her final one at University of Richmond.
Athlete of the week: field hockey's Kelley Wentling
Spiders stormed the field and the crowd roared thunderously as Rebecca Barry
scored the game’s lone goal in sudden-death overtime to beat Massachusetts in Saturday’s
Atlantic-10 Championship matchup.
After being shut out by Duke on Saturday, the field hockey team bounced back and overpowered Davidson in Sunday’s regular season finale, led by a dominant effort by Rebecca Barry in her senior game.
The Bald Eagles scored their lone goal less than six minutes into the game, and managed to hold off the Richmond attack for the rest of the game. It was a tale of two halves for the Spiders, who looked a bit lackluster to start the game, but picked up their play significantly in the second half.
Although the University of Richmond's field hockey season has come to an end, seniors Anna Zarkoski and Chelsea Davies will play in an annual all-star game against the USA field hockey team.
Last Sunday on Senior Day, Richmond destroyed whatever hopes St. Joseph's had of making the Atlantic 10 tournament with a 5-0 shutout win.
The University of Richmond field hockey team quickly recovered after a slow start and scored four second-half goals en route to a 7-2 win over the La Salle University Explorers Friday.
The University of Richmond field hockey team went ahead of Saint Francis University 4-0 in the first 15 minutes and never let the Red Flash back in to the game. Saint Francis scored at the end of the first half, and the game did not see its last goal until Amy Cook scored for the Spiders to end the game with a score of 6-1.
The women's field hockey team dominated Appalachian State University on Saturday in a game that finished with a score of 8-1.
The Richmond field hockey team beat the James Madison University Dukes Sunday afternoon, recording its second consecutive shutout victory at Crenshaw Field. Sophomore Amy Cooke scored the game's only goal with a penalty stroke 18 minutes into the first half.
The women's field hockey team had its first win of the season Saturday afternoon in a dominating 6-0 performance against Davidson College.
University of Richmond's field hockey team failed to nab its first victory of the season, losing to the University of Louisville Cardinals 1-2 Sunday afternoon. Friday, the Spiders lost 1-2 to American University in overtime.
Rising junior field hockey player Rebecca Barry has been nominated for ESPYS Best Play of the Year for her goal scored against Temple this past season.
Despite falling to host University of Massachusetts in the A-10 Championship game, the 16th ranked University of Richmond field hockey team went 16-5 overall this season, losing only to teams ranked in the top 20 in the country.
Freshman Kimberly Sportack scored her first career goal on a penalty corner with time expired, allowing Richmond to beat Saint Joseph's 1-0 Friday.
Under clear, sunny skies and 82-degree heat, the University of Richmond field hockey team defeated Longwood University, 5-2, on Saturday.
A year ago, the odds were against the University of Richmond field hockey team. Challenges were evident for the 2011 season, including a pre-season practice schedule drastically altered because of renovations at the Spiders' Crenshaw field and a schedule with six former NCAA tournament teams.