2001 DePauw Field Hockey Archives
Duckworth chosen second team all-American
Senior Cara Duckworth was named to the STX/NFHCA Division III All-America Second Team. Duckworth earned third team honors one year ago. This season she led the Tigers with 16 goals and added six assists for a team-high 38 points.
Four Tigers named to Regional All-American teams
DePauw seniors Cindy Davis and Cara Duckworth were named to the STX/NFHCA Great Lakes Regional All-American First Team. Senior Sara Owsley and sophomore Janie Schaadt were named to the second team.
Duckworth named to NFHCA Division III North All-Star Team; Davis named as alternate
Senior Cara Duckworth was one of 17 players chosen to represent the North squad at the 2001 National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III North/South All-Star Game. The game is scheduled for November 10 at Springfield (Mass.) College. Senior Cindy Davis was selected as an alternate.
Tigers finish season with 2-1 win over Centre
Cara Duckworth scored twice including the game-winner with three minutes left to lift DePauw to a 2-1 win over Centre in the KIT/NCAC Regional Tournament at Kenyon. The Tigers closed the season with an 11-6 record. Box score
Tigers lose to Denison, 2-1, on strokes
DePauw drop its opening game of the Midwest Invitational by losing 2-1 to Denison on penalty strokes. Cara Duckworth put the Tigers ahead with 17:43 left in regulation before Denison tied the game with just over nine minutes to play. The teams then battled through two scoreless overtimes before Denison outscored the Tigers 2-0 in penalty strokes. Box score
DePauw falls to Rhodes in KIT semifinals
Host Rhodes scored with 8:15 left in the game to take a 1-0 win over DePauw in the semifinals of the KIT tournament. The Tigers outshot Rhodes 18-9 and Shannon Buell recorded 10 saves in the loss. DePauw dropped to 10-5 on the year. Box score
Tigers win first game of KIT tournament
The Tigers blanked Hanover 4-0 in the opening round of the Kentucky-Indiana-Tennessee Tournament to improve to 10-4 on the season. Katie Turrentine, Courtney Driscoll, Janie Schaadt and Cindy Davis each scored once in the win. Box score
DePauw drops overtime game at Wooster
Courtney Driscoll put the Tigers on the board in the first half with an assist from Cindy Davis, but Wooster tied the game midway through the second half and won it just 3:42 into overtime on Miriam Esber's goal. The loss, the third straight for the Tigers, drops their record to 9-4. Box score
Tigers lose at Eastern Mennonite, 5-2
The Tigers slipped to 9-3 on the season as they lost at Eastern Mennonite by a 5-2 score. The hosts jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead before Cara Duckworth cut the deficit to 2-1. Katie Turrrentine's goal midway through the second half made it 3-2, but Eastern Mennonite scored twice in the final 10 minutes to seal the win. Box score
DePauw loses 1-0 to Centre
Centre scored a first-half goal to knock off the Tigers 1-0 and end DePauw's win streak at nine straight.
DePauw wins ninth straight with 2-0 shutout of Rhodes
Janie Schaadt and Cara Duckworth each scored while Cindy Davis added two assists in the Tigers' 2-0 win over Rhodes. The shutout was Shannon Buell's fifth straight.
Tigers close home season with 2-0 win over Sewanee
DePauw won its eighth straight game in improving to 8-1 on the season as it knocked off Sewanee 2-0 in the final home game of the season. Cara Duckworth and Katie Turrrentine scored first-half goals and Shannon Buell recorded her fourth consecutive shutout in goal. Box score
DePauw wins seventh straight with 2-0 win over Denison
Janie Schaadt scored a first-half goal and assisted on Cindy Davis' second-half score as the Tigers defeated visiting Denison for DePauw's seventh straight win. Shannon Buell posted her third straight shutout. Box score
Tigers pick up sixth straight win with 8-0 victory over Transylvania
Six different Tigers scored on the way to an 8-0 win over visiting Transylvania. The Tigers built a 5-0 halftime lead on the way to their sixth straight win and a 6-1 record. Shannon Buell recorded her second consecutive shutout in goal. Box score
Cindy Davis scores hat trick in 5-0 win over Hanover
Cindy Davis scored a pair of first-half goals and added a third in the second to lead the Tigers to a 5-0 win over Hanover. Cara Duckworth added a pair as the Tigers improved to 5-1 with their fifth straight win. Box score
Tigers top Lindenwood in overtime
Allie John's overtime goal lifted the Tigers to a 3-2 overtime win at Lindenwood. Cindy Davis and Cara Duckworth scored goals in regulation for the Tigers. Duckworth's score came with one minute left in regulation, but Lindenwood sent the contest to overtime with a score 30 seconds later. The victory was the Tigers' fourth straight. Box score
DePauw wins third straight in 6-0 victory over Earlham
The Tigers won for the third straight time to improve to 3-1 on the season as they blanked visiting Earlham 6-0. Cara Duckworth and Allie John each scored two goals and Shannon Buell recorded the shutout in goal. Box score
Tigers defeat Rhodes 3-2
DePauw improved to 2-1 on the season with a 3-2 win over Rhodes in a game played at Hanover. DePauw goals came from Allie John, Cindy Davis and Cara Duckworth. Box score
Duckworth's hat trick leads Tigers to 6-1 win
Cara Duckworth scored three second-half goals to lead the Tigers to a 6-1 win at Bellarmine. Cindy Davis and Mary Murrill each scored in the first half and Kari Koeper added a second-half goal in the Tigers' first win of the season. Box score
DePauw drops 1-0 decision to Wittenberg
Wittenberg's Ciaran Kisling scored with just 1:27 left in regulation to give her team a 1-0 victory over DePauw. The Tigers held a 28-6 advantage in shots and a 15-4 edge in corners. Box Score
Tigers open 2001 season at home on Saturday against Wittenberg
DePauw opens play for the 2001 season on Saturday, September 1, when they entertain Wittenberg University at McKeen Field at 1 p.m. DePauw finished the 2000 season with a 15-5 record. Wittenberg finished 15-4 last year and topped the Tigers twice including by a 1-0 score in two overtime periods at the Midwest Invitational.