Field hockey rallies in 5-0 win over Georgetown


BOONE, North Carolina – The Mountaineers (2-0) ended their nine-goal weekend with a 5-0 win over Georgetown (0-2) on Sunday, the senior goaltender’s fourth shutout. Addie Clark’s career.

Pauline Mangold led the way with two goals on the day, striking first in the 12th minute by Lise Boekaar first career assistant.

Two minutes later, Bridget Donovan scored the first goal of his career from a corner kick. Allison Corey installation Carli Ciocco for a quick pass to Donovan who hit it.

Mangold then bounced off a shot from Anna Smart who was saved and fired into the Mountaineers’ third base.

Shortly after, it was Smarrelli’s turn to score points on the board using by Rachel Fleig assist to score App State’s fourth goal.

Mangold and Smarrelli now lead the MAC in young-season goals with three apiece.

Friederike Stegen ended the count by scoring the 16th goal of his career. It was Ciocco’s third goal of the day from corners and second assist, making her the MAC’s assists leader with four.

App State finished the day with 23 shots, 16 of which were on goal. Henrietta Stegen paced the team with six shots on goal, the most of any player in the conference this weekend.

Clark, Corey, Grace Ball, Fien Zwan and the company held the Hoyas to just two shots on the defensive end.

The Mountaineers will be looking to build on their undefeated start next weekend as they hit the road. App State will visit Rider on Friday at 7 p.m. before meeting Drexel on Sunday at noon. Live stats and streaming options will be available at


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