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Mansfield women’s field hockey welcomes 9 newcomers to team | News, Sports, Jobs

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MANSFIELD – The Mansfield College discipline hockey group and eighth-calendar year coach Brittany Hansrote welcome 9 newcomers as they are established to open up their 2022 preseason camp on Monday, Aug. 15.

The Mounties finished 9-9 total and 4-6 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Convention in 2021, narrowly skipped the postseason by one particular recreation on the remaining day of the period.

Mansfield is set to open up the period on Sept. 3 and 4 when they travel to Kutztown University for the Tumble Industry Hockey Vintage. The Classic characteristics – Kutztown, Southern Connecticut, St. Michaels Faculty and the Mounties. Mansfield usually takes on Southern Connecticut at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 3 ahead of closing the weekend with Saint Michaels at 11 a.m. on Sept. 4.

The Mounties toughness in 2022 will be their experience as they return 22 athletes, including All-PSAC juniors Alex Esterling (second staff), Hannah Meyer (next crew) and Saramae Radel (3rd team).

“The 2022 incoming class is bringing a lot of ability and flexibility to our plan,” Hansrote explained. “All taking part in positions are represented within just this class and the level of skill is large, which will enhance and force our returning group in a excellent way. It keeps us heading in the ideal direction of elevating our program and continuing the ahead momentum. We have two All-Condition picks coming in, and are representing two states along with just one worldwide state.”

The most recent Mountaineers consist of Selinsgrove’s Riley Batdorf (goalie), Bilthoven, Netherlands’ Lotte Dams (forward), Tulpehocken’s Arianna Wertz (midfield), Manheim Township’s Madison Kurtz (defender), Selinsgrove’s Leah Toskey (ahead), Amherst, New York’s Sophia Vadnais (defender), Stroudsburg’s Annika Cooke (forward), Hamburg’s Allie Stoddard (forward) and Fleetwood’s Sarah Loeffler (midfield).

“Overall, this course is really talented, pushed, varied, and keen to compete at the collegiate stage,” Hansrote explained. “Last calendar year with missing playoffs by just one game, our returners are hungrier than at any time in receiving back and going even beyond round a person.”

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