Oct. 14, 2011
Siena field hockey could not capitalize off one of the program's strongest offensive showings in recent memory Friday, dropping a 3-0 decision at Saint Francis (Pa.). The Saints, who scored on all four shots on goal in a 5-4 loss against conference power Monmouth, mustered just two shots in 70 minutes.
Siena (0-14, 0-3 NEC) stayed in the game throughout, trailing just 1-0 at halftime. Sophomore goalkeeper Beth Meyers tallied nine saves, but allowed two more goals in the final 35 minutes while Saint Francis (4-11, 2-1 NEC) held the Green and Gold offense in check.
Siena continues their road trip on Sunday against Robert Morris.