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Segan scores 10 goals as sophomore at W&M

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Several Northwestern Lehigh graduates competed on college athletic teams during the fall season.

An unfortunate ACL injury forced Sarah Segan to miss her freshman season on William & Mary’s soccer team. But she has made the most of her return to the field. In a 10-8-2 season for The Tribe, Segan started all 20 games and led the team with 10 goals. Her 31 shots on goal and 22 total points also led the team. She was named to the Colonial Association Athletic Second-Team and also to the All- Rookie team.

MS field hockey team goes unbeaten

Thursday, November 17, 2016 by TODD KRESS in Sports

The Northwestern varsity field hockey team certainly had a successful season at the high school level, going 8-6-2 in the Colonial League and advancing to the District 11 Class 2A semifinals.

A number of key graduates will leave that team, but the future is certainly bright for the Tiger field hockey program. And it begins at the middle school level where Northwestern had one of its best seasons ever.

Motolese scores in 1-1 girls stalemate

Thursday, September 29, 2016 by TODD KRESS in Sports

As Northwestern approaches the final third of the season, the Lady Tigers find themselves in a familiar position under head coach Kelly Bleam. Much like in past years, they are sniffing yet another Colonial League playoff appearance with a 6-1-1 record in league games.

Since falling to Southern Lehigh on September 16, Northwestern hasn’t lost a match. The Lady Tigers won two of their next three games, including a 9-1 romp over Pen Argyl on Monday. One of their more tested games came last week against Salisbury, which is now the lone unbeaten team remaining in the Colonial League.

Three second-half goals beat Falcons

Friday, September 23, 2016 by TODD KRESS in Sports

When an avalanche starts to fall, it begins to pick up speed as it rushes down a mountain. Before you know it, the tumbling snow is too much to overcome.

The Northwestern field hockey team put on its own rendition of an avalanche over the weekend against Salisbury.

After not scoring in the opening 30 minutes, one early second-half goal resulted in a snowball effect for the Lady Tigers’ scoring the rest of the morning. Northwestern (2-3-1) scored three in the span of 10:17 to shut out Salisbury 3-0 on Saturday morning.