• TUFTS FIELD HOCKEY'S MARGI SCHOLTES FEATURED ON NCAA/BUICK'S HUMAN HIGHLIGHT REEL
    April 11, 2011
    Margi Scholtes, currently the graduate assistant coach for the Tufts field hockey team, and formerly an All-American midfielder for the Jumbos, is featured on the NCAA website as part of the Buick Human Highlight Reel.
  • FORTY-NINE JUMBO FALL ATHLETES NAMED TO ACADEMIC ALL-NESCAC TEAM
    November 23, 2010
    The New England Small College Athletic Conference announced its 2010 Fall All-Academic selections today, with 49 Tufts student-athletes that participated in a fall sport earning All-Academic recognition. (Photo by Kelvin Ma/Tufts University)
  • EIGHT TUFTS FALL ATHLETES CHOSEN FOR NESCAC SPORTSMANSHIP HONOR
    November 23, 2010
    The New England Small College Athletic Conference announced the 2010 Fall All-Sportsmanship Team for each sport sponsored by the conference. Eight Tufts athletes from fall sports were recognized.
  • TWO FIRST TEAMERS AMONG FIELD HOCKEY'S THREE NFHCA/LONGSTRETH ALL-AMERICANS
    November 22, 2010
    Senior Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) and junior Taylor Dyer (Windham, NH) of the Tufts University field hockey team were selected as First Team All-Americans, and senior midfielder Amanda Roberts (Wenham, MA) was on the Second Team, when the 2010 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Assocation announced its Division III teams today.
  • FIVE FIELD HOCKEY PLAYERS EARN SPOTS ON 2010 ALL-REGION TEAMS
    November 18, 2010
    For the second year in a row, five Jumbos have earned National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA)/Longstreth All-Region Honors. Seniors Tamara Brown, co-captain Amanda Roberts, co-captain Jess Perkins, junior Taylor Dyer, and juniors Lindsay Griffith were recognized.
  • TUFTS FIELD HOCKEY UPSET BY MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE IN NCAA SECOND ROUND, 3-2
    November 13, 2010
    The 2010 Tufts University field hockey season came to an end on Saturday when the Jumbos were upset by NESCAC rival Middlebury College, 3-2, in a second-round game played at Ursinus College. The Panthers (13-4) move on to the national quarterfinals tomorrow when they will face the host Bears at 1 pm. Tufts finished the year with a 15-3 record.
  • BROWN, DYER RECEIVE MAJOR NESCAC HONORS AS 2010 ALL-CONFERENCE FIELD HOCKEY TEAMS ANNOUNCED
    November 10, 2010
    For the second straight year, Tufts University's Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) is the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Field Hockey Player of the Year. Also, for the second time in three seasons, Tufts has the league's Defensive Player of the Year as junior Taylor Dyer (Windham, NH) was honored for this season. The All-Conference awards were announced today following a vote by the league's 10 coaches.
  • FIELD HOCKEY EARNS FOURTH STRAIGHT NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE, WILL PLAY ON ROAD THIS WEEKEND
    November 08, 2010
    The Tufts University field hockey team received a first-round bye for the 2010 NCAA Division III Championship, earning their fourth straight invitation to the tournament today. On Saturday (Nov. 13) at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Coach Tina McDavitt's Jumbos will play the winner of Wednesday's (Nov. 10) Middlebury-Cabrini first-round game. (Photo by Bob Kelly)
  • READ THE BOSTON GLOBE ARTICLE ABOUT THE TUFTS FOOTBALL PASSING ATTACK AND QB ANTHONY FUCILLO
    November 07, 2010
    In the November 6 edition of the newspaper, the Boston Globe's Craig Larson wrote about the record-setting 2010 Tufts University football team's passing attack quarterbacked by senior Anthony Fucillo. (Photo by Kelvin Ma/Tufts University)
  • FIELD HOCKEY FINISHES AS NESCAC RUNNER-UP FOLLOWING 3-0 LOSS TO BOWDOIN
    November 07, 2010
    The Bowdoin College field hockey team won its sixth NESCAC championship on Sunday with a 3-0 victory at Tufts. In the photo, Tufts captains Jess Perkins (left) and Amanda Roberts accept the runner-up trophy from Tufts Senior Woman Administrator Branwen Smith-King (left) and NESCAC Executive Director Andrea Savage. (Photo by Don Megerle)
  • JUMBOS ROLL PAST TRINITY INTO NESCAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WITH 3-0 VICTORY
    November 06, 2010
    In Saturday's NESCAC semi-finals, the one-seed Tufts field hockey team advanced to the championship game with a decisive 3-0 victory over sixth-seeded Trinity, the only team who had beaten them previously this season. (Photo by Bob Kelly)
  • FIELD HOCKEY TEAM TO HOST NESCAC SEMI-FINALS AND FINAL AT BELLO FIELD THIS WEEKEND
    November 05, 2010
    The Tufts University field hockey team, the #1 seed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference Championship field, will host the conference tournament semi-finals and championship game this weekend (Nov. 6-7) at Bello Field.
  • BROWN LEADS FIELD HOCKEY INTO POST-SEASON WITH NESCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK PERFORMANCE
    November 01, 2010
    Senior Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) of the Tufts University field hockey team continues to pile up goals, and last week she tallied four important ones during a 10-point week that earned her New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Player of the Week honors. (Photo by Kelvin Ma/Tufts University)
  • BROWN'S HAT TRICK LEADS TUFTS FIELD HOCKEY TO 4-1 WIN OVER BATES IN NESCAC QUARTERFINAL
    October 31, 2010
    The Tufts University field hockey team opened its defense of the NESCAC title with a 4-1 victory against Bates College in the 2010 quarterfinals on Sunday afternoon at Bello Field. Senior Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) led Tufts with a hat trick, her third of the season. (Photo by Kelvin Ma/Tufts University)
  • TUFTS FIELD HOCKEY WINS #1 SEED IN NESCAC WITH 1-0 VICTORY AGAINST BOWDOIN
    October 29, 2010
    In the regular-season finale with the #1 seed in NESCAC on the line, Tufts senior Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) scored her 20th goal of the season with 15 minutes remaining in the first half and it stood up for a 1-0 Jumbo victory against Bowdoin College on Friday at Bello Field.
  • #5 FIELD HOCKEY WRAPS UP NON-CONFERENCE PLAY WITH 4-0 WIN AT SPRINGFIELD
    October 26, 2010
    The national #5 ranked Tufts University field hockey team defeated their counterparts from Springfield College, 4-0, this afternoon in a tough non-conference matchup at SC's Amos Alonzo Stagg Field.
  • BURKE SCORES GAME-WINNER AS TUFTS FIELD HOCKEY DEFEATS UPSET-MINDED WILLIAMS, 2-1
    October 23, 2010
    In NESCAC action on Saturday, the #4 Tufts field hockey team was put to the test against Williams, who came into the game at 1-6 in the NESCAC. After a second-half Ephs' goal broke a 0-0 deadlock, Tufts came storming back and pulled out a 2-1 win. (Photo by Kelvin Ma/Tufts University)
  • SIX SCORE GOALS AS #4 FIELD HOCKEY ROUTS GORDON COLLEGE 8-0
    October 19, 2010
    Senior Tamara Brown's (Annandale, VA) second hat trick of the season and seventh of her career led an offensive barrage by the Tufts field hockey team in an 8-0 non-league win over Gordon College on Tuesday afternoon at Bello Field.
  • WILLIAMS LEADS TRINITY FIELD HOCKEY TO OVERTIME UPSET OF #1 TUFTS, 2-1
    October 16, 2010
    Senior co-captain Robyn Williams (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) scored two goals, including the game-winner with less than six seconds remaining in overtime to lead the Trinity College Bantams to a 2-1 victory over the Tufts University Jumbos in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) field hockey action on Robin Sheppard Field this afternoon.
  • BROWN, KARP SCORE TWICE FOR UNDEFEATED, #1 FIELD HOCKEY TEAM
    October 13, 2010
    Senior Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) and sophomore Missy Karp (Berwyn, PA) scored twice to lead the top ranked Tufts University field hockey team to a 5-0 victory against Connecticut College in a game played on the Artificial Turf at Silfen Field Wednesday.
  • FIELD HOCKEY MOVES UP TO #1 IN KOOKABURRA/NFHCA NATIONAL POLL
    October 12, 2010
    The Tufts University field hockey team is ranked #1 in today's 2010 Kookaburra/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) National Coaches Poll, moving up from #2 where they sat for a few weeks.
  • FIELD HOCKEY TRAIN KEEPS ROLLING AS JUMBOS EARN 5-0 NESCAC WIN AT COLBY
    October 09, 2010
    Senior Tamara Brown (Annandale, Va.) powered second-ranked Tufts University with one goal and three assists in a 5-0 victory over Colby College in NESCAC play at Bill Alfond Field on Saturday.
  • FIELD HOCKEY DOMINATES IN 6-0 WIN OVER WELLESLEY
    October 07, 2010
    Wellesley senior goalkeeper Sarina Sawyer recorded 22 saves in the Blue’s matchup at Tufts, but it wasn’t enough to keep the Jumbos from steamrolling to a 6-0 home-field win.
  • JUMBO FIELD HOCKEY TROUNCES BATES ON HOMECOMING DAY 7-1
    October 02, 2010
    Senior Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) scored three goals and added an assist as the #2 ranked Tufts Jumbos defeated the Bates Bobcats 7-1 in Homecoming Day field hockey action at Tufts' Bello Field on Saturday.
  • FOUR-GOAL WEEK FOR FIELD HOCKEY'S BROWN EARNS NESCAC WEEKLY HONOR
    September 27, 2010
    Tufts University senior forward Tamara Brown (Annandale, VA) earned the fourth New England Small College Athletic Conference Player of the Week award of her career today after scoring four goals in two games last week. Brown had two goals each in wins over UMass Dartmouth on Wednesday and Wesleyan on Saturday as the third-ranked Jumbos improved to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the league.
  • BROWN'S OVERTIME GOAL LIFTS FIELD HOCKEY TO NESCAC THRILLER OVER WESLEYAN, 2-1
    September 25, 2010
    It may have looked like the #3 Tufts University field hockey team was headed towards a convincing win against the Wesleyan Cardinals in the first few minutes on Saturday, but after a scoreless first half full of Tufts opportunities, the Jumbos found themselves in a deadlock at 1-1 at the end of regulation. It wasn't until over seven minutes into overtime that the Tufts offense closed the deal winning 2-1 in extra minutes.
  • FIELD HOCKEY DOMINATES UMASS DARTMOUTH IN 3-0 NON-LEAGUE WIN
    September 22, 2010
    The Tufts University Jumbos, the third-ranked team in the nation, were a bit too tough for the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's field hockey team in a non-conference match at Cressy Field Wednesday evening.
  • TWO GOALS BY BURKE LEAD #3 FIELD HOCKEY PAST #16 AMHERST, 3-0
    September 17, 2010
    Senior forward Melissa Burke (Walpole, MA) scored a pair of unassisted goals to lead the third-ranked Tufts University field hockey team to a 3-0 win over 16th-ranked Amherst College Friday afternoon on Gooding Field.
  • THIRD-RANKED TUFTS FIELD HOCKEY EDGES BABSON, 2-1
    September 14, 2010
    Nationally-ranked Tufts University scored a pair of goals in the first half on its way to a hard-fought 2-1 victory over host Babson College in a non-conference field hockey contest at MacDowell Field on Tuesday night. With the win, the Jumbos, ranked third in the country in the most recent Kookaburra/NFHCA Division III National Coaches Poll, improved to 2-0 on the season. Meanwhile, the Beavers saw their record dip to 2-2 following their second straight loss to a top-10 opponent.
  • #4 FIELD HOCKEY BLANKS #8 MIDDLEBURY 3-0 IN SEASON OPENER
    September 11, 2010
    In a season-opening showdown between national top 10 NESCAC programs, #4 Tufts took a 3-0 victory over #8 Middlebury in field hockey at Bello Field on Saturday afternoon.