November 25, 2013 | Women's Basketball Keene State athletes give up a meal for Keene Community Kitchen KEENE, N.H. 11/25/13 – Keene State College student athletes are a busy bunch, between classes, jobs, practices and games there’s little time for most of them to do community service work.
November 16, 2013 | Field Hockey NCAA Field Hockey: Owls Fall to Skidmore 11-1 MIDDLEBURY, Vermont – Skidmore set a new NCAA Tournament record with 11 goals in a game as the seventh-ranked Thoroughbreds (18-3) picked up an 11-1 win over Keene State (21-4) on Middlebury College's Kohn Field. Kelly Blackhurst tied an NCAA Tournament record with five goals in the contest for Skidmore.
November 14, 2013 | Field Hockey Gallagher named ECAC New England field hockey offenisve player of the week KEENE, N.H. 11/15/13 – Keene State College senior midfielder Leddy Gallagher (Acton, Mass.) has been named the ECAC New England field hockey offensive player of the week.
November 13, 2013 | Field Hockey NCAA Field Hockey: Owls shutout Gordon 3-0 KEENE, N.H. 11/13/13 – The Keene State College field hockey team is moving on. The Owls got goals from three different players and withstood an early second half fluffy of shots by the Fighting Scots to post a 3-0 shutout victory Gordon College in a first-round NCAA Tournament game at Owl Athletic Complex on Wednesday afternoon.
November 12, 2013 | Field Hockey Simula, Smith and Watson earn major LEC field hockey honors NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. – Keene State College nearly swept the major awards program—winning three out of four—when the 2013 All-Little East field hockey teams were announced. Owls senior Katelyn Simula (Bridgewater, N.H.) was named the Defensive Player of the Year, freshman Sami Smith (Merrimack, N.H.) was selected as the Rookie of the Year, and Amy Watson was chosen as the Coach of the Year.
November 11, 2013 | Field Hockey Owl field and women's soccer teams set for NCAA Tournament games KEENE, N.H. 11/11/13 – With Little East Conference championship awards safely secured in the trophy chest, Keene State College field hockey and women’s soccer teams will now set their sights on their first-round NCAA tournament opponents.
November 11, 2013 | Field Hockey Owls earn two Tournament MOP honors: Sweep Cross Country awards KEENE, N.H. 11/11/13 – Six Keene State College athletes were recognized by the Little East Conference on Monday. Sophomore Jennifer Wilson (Plymouth, Mass.) and senior Leddy Gallagher (Acton, Mass.) were named most outstanding players of the LEC women’s soccer and field hockey tournament respectively, while the Owls swept all four cross country honors.
November 9, 2013 | Field Hockey Owls hold off Panthers to capture LEC field hockey championship KEENE, N.H. 11/9/13 – Seniors Leddy Gallagher (Acton, Mass.) and Katelyn Simula (Bridgewater, N.H.) scored goals within a three minute span early in the second half and top seed Keene State College held on to defeat third seed and rival Plymouth State 2-1 to capture the Little East Conference Field Hockey Tournament at Owl Athletic Complex on Saturday.
November 8, 2013 | Field Hockey LEC Tournaments: Field Hockey and Women's Soccer advance to finals; Women's Volleyball set for semifinals KEENE, N.H. 11/8/13 – Keene State College women’s soccer and field hockey teams have done a lot together this season.
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Nov 16
Final Field Hockey
1 Keene State
11 vs Skidmore
@ Middlebury College
NCAA Seocnd Round
Nov 13
Final Field Hockey
0 Gordon
3 Keene State
NCAA First Round
Nov 09
Final Field Hockey
1 Plymouth St.
2 Keene State
Little East Tournament Championship (#3 at #1)
Nov 07
Final Field Hockey
2 Mass.-Dartmouth
3 Keene State
2013 Little East Championship - Semifinals (#4 at #1)
Nov 05
Final Field Hockey
0 Worcester St.
4 Keene State
2013 Little East Tournament - Quarterfinals (#8 at #1)
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