Field Hockey Set to Host CMU on Friday Night – App State Athletics

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BOONE, NC – App State field hockey will be playing its first home game since Aug. 28 on Friday as the Mountaineers (3-3, 0-1 MAC) host the CMU Chippewas (1-6, 0-1 MAC) at Brandon & Erica M. Adcock Field at 5 p.m.
Friday’s contest can be streamed live on Twitch and live stats will be available to follow the action.
App State, a team that is undefeated at home, is coming off a string of road games that saw new records, lots of overtime periods and low-scoring matches.
Goalkeeper Addie Clark and the App State defense have held their opponents to five goals in regulation through six games and have recorded 20 quarters without a goal allowed.
Clark leads the Mid-American Conference in goals against average (.915), shutouts (2) and save percentage (.864). The senior is tied for second in saves per game with 6.33. CMU’s Katie Maxim has recorded the exact same number of saves (38) through the same number of games (6).
Returning All-MAC First Team honoree Friederike Stegen leads the Mountaineers and the conference in goals with five, followed by Anna Smarrelli with four and Pauline Mangold with three. Stegen has scored in all but one contest for the Black & Gold this season.
Carli Ciocco leads the conference in assists with six with no one else having more than three.
CMU is looking to bounce back from its losing streak as the team enters its second conference game.
Kate Biglin and Alice O’Hagan lead the Chippewas in points with six apiece, each having scored two goals and notching two assists.
CMU’s sole win came against Saint Louis on Aug. 26 when the Chippewas defeated the Billikens 2-0.
After Friday’s match, the Mountaineers will host No. 15 Wake Forest on Sunday at noon. This will be the second ranked opponent that App State has competed against this season.

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