Cameron potted a pair of goals for the second-straight game for the Skyhawks (PHOTO BY Mary Gettens)
Cameron nets pair again as Skyhawks keep offense going
WALTHAM, Mass. (October 26, 2019) – Stonehill College scored four straight goals to erase an early deficit and post a 4-2 victory over Bentley University in Northeast-10 Conference field hockey action Bentley Field this afternoon.
Sophomore Olivia Cameron scored a pair of goals for the second-straight game, while junior Joslyn Janeczek contributed a goal and assist to lead Stonehill to its second-straight four-goal output. Sophomore Emma Mawn dished out two assists for the Skyhawks, while senior All-American Michaela Antonellis rounded out the scoring with a goal.
Senior Tess Anderson had a hand in both Bentley goals with a goal and assist, while classmate Keally Ingersoll added a goal. Sophomore Kayleigh Vogel finished with eight saves in the Falcons goal. Junior Katie Lammando registered one stop in the Stonehill cage.
Ingersoll opened the scoring to give Bentley the lead with 4:46 remaining in the first quarter, when she netted her fifth goal of the season at the far post off a pass from Anderson. Cameron knotted the score just 22-seconds before the end of the first quarter, when she converted off a pass from Janeczek, who gave Stonehill the lead 3:49 into the second quarter. Janeczek's first career goal, assisted by Mawn, came from eight yards out to put the Skyhawks in front for good.
Antonellis extended the Stonehill lead when she converted a penalty stroke with 10:03 remaining in the first half for her third goal of the year. Antonellis is also a key member of a Skyhawks defensive unit that limited Bentley to ten shots, just three on target, and two penalty corners for the afternoon.
Janeczek had a hand in the Skyhawks first two goals with a goal and assist (PHOTO BY Andrew Katsampes)
Cameron rounded out the Stonehill scoring with her second of the day when she took a Mawn pass and broke down the right side before delivering her seventh goal of the season and fourth in two games this week with 3:23 to play in the third quarter. Anderson pulled a goal back for Bentley less than 30-seconds later with her ninth of the season off a pass from senior Sam Pavano.
Stonehill (9-5, 9-3 NE10) returns to action on Tuesday, when it visits Saint Michael's College for an NE10 matchup at 3 p.m. The Skyhawks next home game is Friday, November 1, when it hosts Mercy College at 4 p.m. Bentley (7-9, 5-7 NE10) visits Mercy on Tuesday at 3 p.m.
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