2009 Providence College Field Hockey
#5 Syracuse vs Providence (Nov 07, 2009 at Providence, R.I.)
Syracuse (17-2) vs. |
Date: Nov 07, 2009 Attendance: 687
Weather: Sunny, 50s, Clear skies
Officials: Judy Strong; Heather Matz; Barb Carreiro-Table; Timekeeper: Ted Tracy;
Scorer: Jen Rynearson;
Syracuse advances to BIG EAST Championship Game to face
Connecticut (1:00 p.m. - 11/8/09)
Officials: Judy Strong; Heather Matz; Barb Carreiro-Table; Timekeeper: Ted Tracy; Scorer: Jen Rynearson;
Syracuse advances to BIG EAST Championship Game to face Connecticut (1:00 p.m. - 11/8/09)
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