Twenty-two goals were scored in a Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey double header at the PCC Hockey Rink.
Southampton Sailors 3 Tuckers Town Tropics 2
Five goals were scored in the opener with the Southampton Sailors edging the Tuckers Town Tropics 3 – 2, the Southampton Sailors would take a 1 – 0 lead in the first period with a goal off the stick of Townie Jackson, Shannon Gosse would score twice in the second period to give the Tuckers Town Tropics a 2 – 1 lead going into the final period.
The Southampton Sailors would get a goal from Chris Grantier and Craig Rowat they would come out on top.
St. David's Islanders 12 Warwick Waves 5
The St. David's Islanders would defeat the Warwick Waves 12 – 5, Christopher Jackson would lead the St. David’s Islanders to victory with 5 goals, while JM Trembley added a hat-trick. Jeffrey Ingelman and Rowat added two goals each in the win,
Mark Heintzman and Brian White both scored twice for the Warwick Waves, while Ian Beaudoin added the other goal.
Sunday, July 01, 2018
Bermuda Mixed & Rowan University Draw
Action from the Sports Center
Bermuda Mixed Team 3 Rowan University 3
A Bermuda Mixed team got two Field goals in the final period to earn a 3 – 3 draw against Rowan University at the National Sports Center.
Rowan University got two goals off the stick of Rachel Galante and a single strike from Casey Wagner, while the Bermuda Mixed Team got two goals from Rupert Braidwood and a single strike from Tom Gridley.
Saturday, June 30, 2018
Rowan University Edge Bermuda @ the Sports Center
Rowan University Team
Bermuda National Team 2 Rowan University 3
Visiting Rowan University defeated the Bermuda National Women’s Hockey team 3 – 2 at the National Sports Center.
Rowan University would go ahead through a Molly Gorczyca Field Goal in the 1st quarter, Rachel Galante would double the lead for the visitors in the 2nd quarter from a Short Corner and then Julie Johnson would make it 3 – 0 to Rowan University with a Field Goal in the 3rd quarter.
The Bermuda National team would fight back with a Maha Clarke 3rd quarter Field Goal, before Georgia Harris pulled Bermuda within one in the final minute off Penalty Corner, but time ran out with the visitors picking up the win.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Bermuda To Welcome Rowan University
The Rowan University field hockey team will travel to Bermuda to play three exhibition games during the six-day trip, Wednesday, June 29th through Monday, July 2nd.
"As far as experiences, I truly like the itinerary that has been put together," said head coach Michelle Andre. "It's also a great opportunity for us to play internationally and grow as a team. We're going to have a very experienced team this year, and it was just the right time with the right group of athletes."
Rowan arrives in Bermuda at the Grotto Bay Resort on Wednesday, June 27th.
On Friday, June 29th, the team will to the National Stadium to play its first game against a mixed opponent at 6:30pm. The Profs will compete against the Bermuda National Team the following morning at 9am before spending the afternoon at Horseshoe Bay Beach.
Rowan plays its final game against a mixed opponent on Sunday, July 1st at 8:30 a.m.
Monday, June 25, 2018
Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Round Up
There was a Bermuda inline Ball Hockey Double-Header at the PCC Hockey Rink that had plenty of excitement, with the two games producing 30 goals were scored.
St. David's Islanders 9 Tuckers Town Tropics 10
The St. David’s Islanders would go down 10-9, to the Tuckers Town Tropics, Shannon Gosse would score 4 times for the Tuckers Town Tropics, with Ronnie Dzurus and Christopher Merritt adding two goals each, Richard Campbell and Ryan Wilson would also find the back of the net for the winners. Jeremy Estey would lead the St. David’s Islanders with 5 goals, while Christopher Jackson added 4 goals,
Warwick Waves 4 Southampton Sailors 7
The Warwick Waves then were defeated by the Southampton Sailors 7 – 4, Andrew Curnow and Townie Jackson scored two goals each for the Southampton Sailors, while Craig Rowat, Matt Katzsch and Chris Grantier all added a goal each. Mark Heintzman, Robert Osborne, Mathieu Desjardins and Brian White all scored a goal each for the Warwick Waves.