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No. 20 Endicott Downs Wilson In The First Round Of The NCAA Tournament, 8-1

Beverly, Mass. — The No. 20 nationally ranked Endicott field hockey team downed Wilson College, 8-1, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday night, at North Field.

Endicott scored twice in the first quarter through Addi Williams (Pittsfield, Maine) and Lauren Whitney (Poway Calif.). Williams then added another in the second frame to put the Gulls up 3-0.

Endicott then added four goals in the third quarter. Kristen McCarthy (Danvers, Mass.) scored back-to-back goals, while Jaylin Grabau (Lynnfield, Mass.) and Meaghan Hogan (Cheshire, Conn.) also secured tallies for Endicott.

Meanwhile, after Michaela Singer (Annville, Pa.) added a goal for Wilson, Natalie Anderson (Freeport, Maine.) rounded out the Gulls' scoring in the fourth quarter with her first collegiate goal.


  • 19 wins are the most in a season in program history for Endicott. 
  • This was the first meeting between the two sides.
  • Sydney Poulin (Watertown, Mass.), Blake Braman (Clinton Conn.), Julie Champigny (Acton, Mass.) and McCarthy all registered assists for Endicott.
  • Wilson goalie Kristen Nayadley (Hampton, Va.) made 14 saves for the Phoenix.
  • Autumn Irwin (Garland, Maine.) registered an assist on the Wilson goal and also had a defensive save. 
  • Eight goals is a record for the Gulls in NCAA Division III Tournament action.
  • The Gulls finish their home slate with 10 wins at North Field.


No. 20 Endicott (19-4) will travel to Middlebury College to take on No. 9 nationally ranked Kean University in the second round of the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Tournament on Saturday, November 16 at 2 PM. Wilson sees their season end at 10-9. 

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(Photo Credit - David Le '10) 

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