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Hatch’s goal helps TCNJ advance to the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Final Four

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: November 16th, 2014 at 2:29 PM EST

Ewing, NJ – Lindsey Hatch has refused to lose with her final games in her collegiate field hockey career.

In the Round of 16, Hatch scored three goals in the second half to send The College of New Jersey to the Round of 8. Today, the senior scored one last time at her home stadium.

Lindsey Hatch (Photo by Phil Wilgus)

Lindsey Hatch (Photo by Phil Wilgus)

Hatch’s goal was able to give the Lions a 1-0 win over the Catholic University of America Cardinals.

In her final two games at the Ewing campus, Hatch has scored four games. Her teammates scored one, as Erin Healy scored yesterday, as well.

TCNJ faced Catholic University of America for the first time in school history. On Saturday, the Lions faced SUNY New Paltz for the first time, winning 4-0.

Next weekend, the Lions will travel to Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia to play in the Final Four. The last time the Lions advanced this far; they went on to win the 2011 National Championship.

If they were able to advance to next Sunday’s National Championship game, they are 10-5 all-time with the most Championships in Division III field hockey history.

The Cardinals had 3 shots on goal, while the Lions had 7. Both teams had 9 corners each.

Lions netminder Kelly Schlupp had three saves in 70 minutes. Cardinals goalie Analisa Scott made 6 saves and allowed a goal in 70 minutes.

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