Aggies Open NorPac Play At Pacific

Marissa Hughes scored her third goal of the season on Sunday at Hofstra.
 
Marissa Hughes scored her third goal of the season on Sunday at Hofstra.
 

Sept. 22, 2012

Live Stats

STOCKTON, Calif. The UC Davis women's field hockey team, coming off a nine-goal win on Wednesday, will try to keep the momentum going on Sunday at 1 p.m. when the Aggies open NorPac Conference action against the Tigers.

UC Davis 4-6, while snapping a six-game losing streak with a 9-0 victory at Siena. Senior Ashley Haight had a pair of goals to help lead the Aggie attack which outshot Siena, 32-5.

The Last Meeting
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October 29, 2011
Stockton, Calif.
Aggies Secure Third Seed With 4-1 Win At Pacific
Final Stats
Casey Wollbrinck and Cloey LemMon each scored goals during Saturday's first eight minutes while Kristen Lopez and Nadia Namdari added scores later as UC Davis beat host Pacific 4-1 in a NorPac Conference women's field hockey game.

Pacific downed UC Davis in both meetings in 2010 but since then the Aggies have won four straight, including a 4-1 victory over the Tigers in the final game of last year's regular season.

Pacific and UC Davis have shared six opponents this season, including Saint Louis, La Salle and Bryant at the start of the season and Northwestern, Iowa and Siena most recently. The Tigers went 3-2 against those teams while UC Davis was 4-2.

Paige Counsman has four goals to lead Pacific while Emily Tregoning has added three along with a team-high three assists. Samantha Romero also has a trio of scores. Maggie Corder has posted a 3-1 record in goal for Pacific, having seen a majority of time at goalkeeper.

Cloey LemMon leads UC Davis with 15 points, a total that includes six goals and three assists. Marissa Hughes has eight points, including three goals, while freshman Jamie Garcia's five assists are a team-high and part of her seven points.

Conley Craven has 32 saves and three wins to lead the goalkeepers.

Sunday's game will bring to a close eight straight games away from Aggie Stadium for UC Davis which played five of them at neutral sites. The Aggies will be off after Sunday until Sept. 30 when Cal visits for a league contests.