Madison, NJ – Host Drew University and the visitors, The Sage Colleges, battled to a 2-2 double overtime field hockey game Tuesday night. The game was suspended due to weather with 1:41 remaining in the second extra session. The game will be completed at a later date.
The Rangers outshot the Gators, 15-8, as Sage freshman goalkeeper Abigayle Greier (Elma, NY/Iroquois Central) made 10 saves. She made five in the final 5:25 of the first overtime period. Drew had nine corners to Sage's four.
Kate Todero opened the scoring for Drew with her first of the year at 7:29. Jinah Cappuccino had a pass in front of the cage and Todero scored to the right side of the net.
Freshman forward Charity Rushinski (Shushan, NY/Salem Central) tied it for Sage at 12:41 with an unassisted score. She got through the defenders and notched her second of the year.
The Gators took the lead at 27:31 as freshman Jenna Egan (Germantown, NY/Germantown) scored with an assist from fellow freshman Hunter Broockmann (Stuyvesant, NY/Ichabod Crane). The pass from Broockmann came across the face of the cage, and Egan shot in her second to the near right post.
Drew closed out the scoring at 60:30 with a goal by Hanna Cohen Jehoram, her first. Carly Schiller assisted with her corner and Cohen Jehoram took a long shot from the circle.
Sage (2-7) is back home Saturday for a 1 p.m. Empire 8 game against Houghton at RPI's Harkness Field. Drew (1-9) hosts Elizabethtown Saturday at 1 p.m. in a Landmark Conference contest.