Field hockey falls twice in Conn.

NEW LONDON, Conn. -- Colby College's Kallie Hutchinson scored her fifth goal of the season with 10:32 left in regulation to tie the score, but Connecticut College scored in overtime to pull out a 2-1 NESCAC victory Sunday.

The Mules fell 5-1 at Trinity on Saturday. 

Hutchinson leads Colby in goals and points (10). McKayla Blanch assisted on Hutchinson's goal at 59:28 to tie the score at 1-1.  

Jamie Navoni scored both goals for Conn College, including the overtime score with exactly two minutes remaining. She scored her first goal at 54:45 off a rebound.

The Mules had the better of play in overtime and Blanch created two opportunities for herself that just missed.

Colby is 2-5 overall and 1-4 in conference play, while the Camels moved to 1-5 and 1-2.

Colby goalkeeper Emily Buckman made nine saves. The Mules forced Camel goalkeeper Ryley van der Velde to stop 10 shots.  

In Saturday's game, Hutchinson scored the lone goal for the Mules.

The Bantams, ranked 23rd in the country, scored three goals in a span of about 14 minutes to pull away. Kelcie Finn had her eighth and ninth goals of the seson, while Chandler Sollimine added her eighth goal.

The Mules cut into the lead on Hutchinson's goal at 25:35 of the opening half off an assist from Hannah Hearn.
However, the Bantams made it 4-1 at intermission when Alison Stowe scored with just 1:06 to play. Trinity scored an insurance goal at 64:33 on Nicole Quinlan's first of the season from Finn.
Buckman made four saves in net for the Mules, who tied Trinity in shots at 12 apiece. The Mules also had a 9-8 edge in penalty corners. Lori Berger stopped five shots for the Bantams.

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