2011-12 Field Hockey

  • Five Terriers Named to National Academic Squad
    March 07, 2012
    Waterville, Maine – Five members of the Thomas College field hockey team have been named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Squad. The National Academic Squad recognizes those student-athletes who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher through the first semester of the 2011-2012 academic year.
  • Field Hockey Names Captains for 2012
    December 15, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – Thomas College field hockey coach Andrea Thebarge is pleased to announce that senior Ally Kennedy and junior Sofia Sourgiadakis will serve as team captains for the Terriers next fall.
  • Field Hockey Season Review
    November 03, 2011
    Waterville, Maine- The Thomas College Field Hockey team finished the season on the road on October 29th in the North Atlantic Conference Quarterfinals against New England College. This would be the final game for Cathleen Cloran, Ali Kriegel, Brittany Moore, and Kristin Masessa.
  • Kennedy Named to the All-NAC Team
    November 02, 2011
    Whitingham, Vt. – Thomas College junior midfielder Ally Kennedy has been named North Atlantic Conference Second Team All-Conference as announced by the conference office on Monday afternoon.
  • Field Hockey falls in Quarterfinals to NEC
    October 29, 2011
    Henniker, N.H.—The Thomas College field hockey team was defeated by the Pilgrims of New England College 6-1, in the North Atlantic Conference Tournament Quarterfinals on Saturday afternoon. Senior Ali Kriegel tallied the lone goal for the Terriers in final outing with the Terriers.
  • Collier Named NAC Rookie of the Week
    October 24, 2011
    Whitingham, Vt. – Thomas College first year Alei Collier has been named North Atlantic Conference Field Hockey Rookie of the Week, as announced by the conference office on Monday afternoon.
  • Hockey Prevails in Season Finale
    October 22, 2011
    Nashua, N.H. – The Thomas College field hockey team used a pair of goals by first year Alei Collier to defeat host Rivier College 7-1 in a North Atlantic Conference match-up. With the win the Terriers improve to 6-11 (4-5 NAC) while the hosting Raiders fall to 6-11 (1-8 NAC).
  • UMF Tops Terriers 2-1
    October 19, 2011
    Waterville, Maine—The Thomas College field hockey team was defeated by North Atlantic Conference rival, the Beavers of the University of Maine at Farmington 2-1 on Wednesday afternoon. The Terriers (5-11, 3-5 NAC) honored seniors Cat Cloran, Ali Kriegel, Kristin Masessa and Brittany Moore in their last home game.
  • Thomas Drops a Heartbreaker in OT
    October 16, 2011
    Waterville, Maine - The Thomas College field hockey team fell 3-2 in overtime against North Atlantic Conference foe Castleton State College in a North Atlantic Conference match-up Sunday afternoon. Senior Ali Kriegel led the Terriers offense with two goals. On the defensive end sophomore goal keeper Sofia Sourgiadakis recorded 20 saves.
  • Terriers Capture an Overtime Victory
    October 15, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – The Thomas College field hockey team came back from being down by a goal to force overtime against the visiting Chargers of Colby-Sawyer, where they picked up a 4-3 North Atlantic Conference win in front of a large homecoming crowd. In the extra session Thomas first year Alyssa Eugley ended game approximately three and a half minutes into the overtime period when she found the back of the goal off of an assist from fellow first year Brittany Premo.
  • Field Hockey Falls to St. Joe's 3-1
    October 08, 2011
    Standish, Maine – The Thomas College field hockey team fell to the Monks of Saint Joseph’s 3-1, in a North Atlantic Conference match up on Saturday afternoon. With the loss the Terriers fall to 4-9 (2-4 NAC), while the Monks improve to 8-2 (6-0 NAC).
  • Terriers Drop One in OT
    October 05, 2011
    Farmington, Maine – The Thomas College field hockey team and their host, the University of Maine at Farmington Beavers needed overtime to get a decision in Wednesday afternoons North Atlantic Conference match-up. The UMF Beavers were able to slip in the game winning goal in, with 4:19 remaining in overtime for a 1-0 win.
  • Terriers Drop a Close One to Husson
    October 01, 2011
    Bangor, Maine – The Thomas College field hockey team came one min short of forcing overtime with defending North Atlantic Conference champs, Husson University. The Eagles defeated the Terriers 3-2 with a last minute goal scored with 1:02 remaining on the clock. Senior Ali Kriegel led the Terriers in scoring finishing the game with a goal and an assist.
  • Terriers Fall to Cross-Town Rival Colby 5-0
    September 28, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – The Thomas College field hockey team fell to cross town rival Colby College 5-0, Wednesday evening in a non-conference match up. With the loss the Terriers fall to 4-6 (2-1 NAC) on the season, while Colby picks up their first win of the season improving to 1-4.
  • Terriers Defeat Simmons 3-2
    September 25, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – The Thomas College Field Hockey team defeated the Sharks of Simmons College 3-2 in a North Atlantic Conference match-up this afternoon. With the win the Terriers improve to 4-5 overall (2-1 NAC) while the Sharks fall to 5-5 overall (0-3 NAC).
  • Terriers Outlast Lasers 4-2
    September 24, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – The Thomas College Field Hockey team defeated the Lasell College Lasers 4-2 in a North Atlantic Conference match up. Four Thomas players led the offensive strike to lift the Terriers to victory.
  • Field Hockey Drops NAC Opener
    September 17, 2011
    Henniker, N.H.—New England College forward Emily Kuchta netted two goals lifting the Pilgrims past the Thomas College Terriers 3-1 in field hockey action Saturday afternoon. With the loss the Terriers drop to 2-5 (0-1, NAC) while the Pilgrims improve to 2-4 (1-0, NAC).
  • Field Hockey Notches Second Win on the Road
    September 15, 2011
    Nashua, N.H. – The Thomas College field hockey team notched their second win of the season yesterday in a non-conference match up at Daniel Webster. The Terriers jumped out to an early two goal lead, but the Eagles were able to battle back in the second half evening the score at 2-2. Junior Miranda Tinsman provided a two goal performance in the second half propelling the Terriers over their host 4-2.
  • Thomas drops 8-0 decision to Kean
    September 11, 2011
    Waterville, Maine—The Thomas College Field Hockey team fell 8-0 in today’s non-conference match against the visiting Cougars of Kean University. Sophomore Goal Keeper Jasmine Bishop recorded nine saves for the Terriers against 15 Cougar shot attempts.
  • Terriers Cruise to their First Win
    September 10, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – The Thomas College women’s field hockey team jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as they notched their first victory of the season today against the visiting Pride of Regis (Mass.) Junior Miranda Tinsman got the scoring started for the Terriers when she hit the back of the net off a penalty stroke. Tinsman went on to find the net once more as the Terriers scored three more unanswered goals cruising to a 4-0 victory.
  • West Conn. Shoots Past Thomas
    September 04, 2011
    Danbury, Conn. – The Thomas College field hockey team got a solid outing from goalies Sofia Sourgiadakis and Jasmine Bishop, in a 3-0 loss to Western Connecticut State. The pair accounted for 11 saves, against 26 Colonials shots. The loss drops the Terriers to 0-3 (0-0 NAC) on the young season, while the Colonials improve to 2-0.
  • Bison defeat Thomas 4-2
    September 03, 2011
    Dudley, Mass. – The Thomas College field hockey team fell to the Bison of Nichols College in a non-conference match up this afternoon, 4-2.
  • Field Hockey Falls in Season Opener
    September 01, 2011
    Waterville, Maine—The Terriers fell in their season opener today in a non-conference game against North Atlantic Conference foe Husson, 6- 0. Sophomore Goal Keeper Sofia Sourgiadakis made 14 saves on 21 shots, letting in only two goals. With the loss, the Terriers fall to 0-1, (0-0 NAC) and Husson improves to 1-0 (0-0 NAC).
  • Field Hockey Voted Sixth in the Preseason Poll
    August 25, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – The Thomas College field hockey team has been voted to the sixth position in the North Atlantic Conference’s Field Hockey Coach’s Preseason Poll. The Terriers earned 47 points and are positioned behind UMaine at Farmington who earned 62 points. Husson captured first place with 94 points and five first place votes.