The Michigan State field hockey team will feature each of the freshman this fall in attempt to "Meet the Spartans". This week freshman Sophie Macadré (Wellington, New Zealand) sat down with msuspartans.com to answer some questions.
No. 19 Michigan State field hockey earned its second win of the weekend by defeating Richmond on Sunday afternoon to improve to 4-2 on the year. MSU trailed 1-0 before an offensive explosion in which the Spartans scored six unanswered goals to secure a 6-1 victory.
No. 19 Michigan State (3-2) erased a two-goal deficit in the second half at Kent State on Saturday afternoon to come back and defeat the Golden Flashes 4-3 in overtime. Senior midfielder Becky Stiles put home the game-winner, giving the Spartans a win in their fourth overtime game in five contests so far this season.
No.19 Michigan State (2-2) hits the road for the second consecutive weekend, taking on Kent State (2-2) on Saturday and Richmond (2-2) on Sunday. Both games will be noon starts and will be played on the campus of Kent State University.
The No. 16 Michigan State field hockey team fell to 2-2 on the year after losing a tightly contested double-overtime match to the No. 19 American Eagles on Sunday afternoon. The Eagles scored in the 97th minute of play, converting on a penalty corner to give them the 1-0 win.
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08/31/2014 - Field Hockey Defeats Maine in Overtime
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08/28/2014 - Field Hockey Season Preview
08/26/2014 - Field Hockey Ranked 16th in Preseason Poll
08/23/2014 - Balanced Offense Powers Spartans in Exhibition
08/21/2014 - Three Spartans Named as Players to Watch
06/06/2014 - Kristen Henn: Big Ten Medal of Honor Winner
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