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I&—The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct. 24, 1986
Stickwomen gang up on Ursinus
By ROBERT WILLIAMS
Collegian Sports Writer
The field hockey team (12-3-2)
scored early and often yesterday tp.A
afternoon as it white-washed Ursinus %
5-1 in a game which saw many of the ;
Lady Lions get into the act. f y M
Six different players on the Penn
State squad tallied points, a fact that
impressed Head Coach Gillian Rat
“All of our goals were sort of a
team effort,” Rattray said. “There
was usually two people or three peo
ple involved before (the ball) made it
to the goal.”
And it didn’t take the Lady Lions
long to get the ball to the goal.
Sophomore forward Lisa Bervin
chak got Penn State on the board
quickly when she redirected sopho
more forward Tracey Neave’s shot
past Bears’ netminder Mia Fields at
the 3:56 mark of the first half. The
tally was Bervinchak’s eighth of the
season, and Neave was credited with
her fourth assist.
For Neave, the afternoon wound up
being just another day at the office.
After senior midfielder Chris Vitale
and Ursinus forward Ginny Migliore
traded goals at the 7:43 and 26:48
marks of the half, Penn State was up
by only one goal (2-1) despite the fact
that it was dominating the game and
controlling the ball.
But then Neave got on track and put
the game out of reach.
The Glenolden native gave Penn
State a 3-1 halftime cushion at the
30:20 mark when she out-fought an
Ursinus defender for the ball 20 yards
to the left of the Bears’ cage, rifled a
shot across the crease, and watched
as the ball ricocheted off of Fields’
leg into the goal.
Fields entered the game with a
solid 1.6 goals against average, but as
the game progressed, it was obvious
that the relentless Lady Lion attack
was beginning to take its toll. Rattray
said Penn State’s two quick goals at
the game’s outset might have rattled
. Fields a little bit. Carthy’s shot past. Fields. The goal
“We got to her early,” she said, was the 28th of her career, and it
"She’s the sort of girl that the longer moved Neave into a three-way tie for
you don’t get to her, the more confi- fifth on the all-time Penn State goal--
dent she feels. She plays better, and scoring list. Jan Snyder
better and better. The two quick and Chris Larson-Mason. (1974-1977)
goals' really hurt her.” share the No. 5 rating with Neave.
The player who closed the first-half Junior fullback Miriam Geller said
scoring would open it in the second- that the wide margin of victory was a
half nice chan S e of P ace for the Lady
Five minutes and 53 seconds into Lions, who have made close, low
the second stanza, Neave, who was scoring ganues commonplace
moving toward the Ursinus goal, re- throughout much of the season. In
directed senior midfielder Mary Me- fact since an opening day 5-1 thump-
Penn State’s Taml Worley fights for conlrol of the ball in yesterday s game
against Urslnus at Lady Lion Field. Worley and the Lady Lions were able to pull
everything together and get a strong team effort, as they beat the Bears 5-1.
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mg of Purdue, Penn State has not
scored five goals in a game or won by
more than three goals.
' “I think it was great that we opened
up the scoring a little bit today be
cause we’re going to need to open up
our scoring more,” Geller said.
“We’ve been winning by one or two
goals. I think this is great for us to
win by four goals. It’s going to help
our confidence in the next four
The loss drops Ursinus’ record to 7-
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Mets fall prey to Hurst, poor fielding in 4-2 loss
By JOHN NELSON
AP Baseball Writer
BOSTON Bruce Hurst extended
his mastery of the Mets, and the
Boston Red Sox took advantage of
some New York miseries in the field
to move within one victory of their
first World Series title in 68 years,
beating the Mets 4-2 last night.
The victory enabled the Red Sox to
avert a sweep by the Mets of the three
games in Boston and gave them a 3-2
lead in the best-of-seven Series.
Hurst, who pitched eight scoreless
innings to win the first game 1-0, shut
down the Mets this time on 10 hits.
The Mets runs came in the eighth
when Tim Teufel homered and in the
ninth when Rafael Santana had an
Hurst turned back another New
York threat in the fifth inning with
the help of a key strikeout of Lenny
Dykstra, a hero in Games 3 and 4 and
whom the Red Sox accused of bat
The Mets’ only error of the game, a trend of lack of support by his
by shortstop Santana, led to one run. teammates. Gooden has been the
Dykstra and Darryl Strawberry col- beneficiary of just three runs in 26
laborated on a misplay that led to postseason innings. But this time, his
another run, and, when things went defense also betrayed him.
wrong for the Mets, even the wind The Red Sox scored their first run
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Pitching on three days' rest, Mets
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took a 4-0 lead. In two World Series
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Hurst struck out six and walked
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ners Henderson and Spike Owen and single. Buckner, troubled by both
giving the home team it’s first lead in ankle and knee injuries, was barely
this Series. past third base when Dykstra fielded
With one out, Henderson sent a low the ball, and a good throw might have
line drive into the gap in right-center, been in time. Instead, Dykstra’s
Mets right fielder Darryl Strawberry throw was high and to the first-base
and center fielder Dykstra converged side of home plate as Buckner slid in
on the ball, but it skipped under head first with what must have been
Strawberry’s glove, and Dykstra fell the most painful run of the World
down on the wet warning track as he Series. It hurt the Mets too though as
took the ball off the wall. Henderson Boston led 2-0.
raced all the way to third with a In the fifth inning, the Red Sox
triple. added two more runs, one that most
Although there was no error called likely would not have scored without
on the play, Henderson clearly could the 15 mph wind blowing from left
have been held to a double by Straw- field to right. Rice hit a long fly ball
berry, probably also by Dykstra. toward the deepest part of the park in
Owen, the next batter, hit a fly ball center field with Dykstra in pursuit,
to medium-depth left field, where But the wind took hold of the ball,
Mookie Wilson caught it for the out. changing its flight path, and it hit the
Tagging up at third, Henderson beat 5-foot-high wall in right-center for a
Wilson’s throw home easily, and the triple.
Red Sox led 1-0. Baylor, t-for-8 at that point and
Shortstop Santana’s error gave the without an RBI, hit a blooping single
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next hitter, Jim Rice, then struck out for 17-game winner Gooden, who had
Don Baylor on an 0-2 curveball. allowed just two runs in 17 playoff
Gooden got one strike on Evans innings but was shelled for eight
before he connected on a fastball, earned runs in nine innings in the
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Pitching on three days’ rest, Mets ace Dwight Gooden pitched only into the fifth
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