Field Hockey Schedule Released

For those who didn’t know, our 2011 Field Hockey schedule has been released. You can find it here. Here are our home games:

Friday, August 26: vs. Hofstra, noon (Husky Invitational)
Saturday, August 27: Hofstra vs. Stanford, 1:00 PM (Husky Invitational)
Sunday, August 28: vs. Stanford, 5:00 PM (Husky Invitational)
Saturday, September 10: vs. Albany, Noon
Sunday, September 11: vs. Drexel, 2:00 PM
Saturday, September 17: vs. Villanova, Noon
Sunday, September 18: vs. Boston College, 2:00 PM
Wednesday, September 28: vs. UMass, 7:00 PM
Saturday, October 1: vs. Louisville, Noon
Sunday, October 16: vs. Princeton, 2:00 PM
Wednesday, October 19: vs. Boston University, 7:00 PM
Sunday, October 23: vs. Syracuse, Noon

Some notes:

  • Only one of these games will be played on the game day as a home football game: Louisville on October 1 on the same day football plays Western Michigan. This should help me attend more FH games.
  • The game vs. Princeton on October 16 may conflict with the second half of women’s soccer vs. West Virginia, which I believe begins at 1:00. More info here. This also happened with this past year’s Princeton Field Hockey game and women’s soccer vs. DePaul. Furthermore, since I do not believe we have any more home games for women’s soccer after that (if I understand the Big East schedule format correctly) the WVU game will also be Senior Day, thus potentially leading to another case where I can’t even see the whole soccer first half.
  • In addition to conflicting with Football, the October 1 match will also end right before the women’s volleyball game vs. Marquette starts (assuming the Marquette athletic website did not mislead me). Should football have a night game, I could potentially see THREE games that day, which would be a record. We will see how that goes.
  • Other sports’ schedules should be released over the next couple weeks most likely. Stay tuned!
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