Maha Clarke and her Queen’s University of Charlotte Women’s Field Hockey teammates and Kutztown University faced off at Spooky Nook Sports to compete in the first NCAA Division II to be played at the home of USA Field Hockey.
Clarke and her teammates drop to 0-3 on the year after losing 3-1 to Kutztown who remains undefeated on the year with the win moving to 4-0.
Trailing 1-0 at the half, Queens' Korey Fine knotted things up with a goal in the 37th minute of action after rebounding a shot and sending the ball into the cage.
The game remained tied until Kutztown's Trinity Ponton scored the game winner in the 66th on a rebounded shot off the post. Kyra Wozniak would follow with an insurance goal for Kutztown in the 67th to give the game its final score of 3-1.
Queens was outshot, 31-8, putting six shots on goal to Kutztown's 17. Kutztown also won 14 penalty corners to Queens' two.
Kelsey Fringer completed the day in the cage for Queen’s University of Charlotte with 13 saves, while Chardonnay Hope of Kutztown recorded four saves.