Season Timeline

  • 19
    November

    No. 1 UConn wins National Championship, completes perfect season

    The No. 1 University of Connecticut field hockey team won its third national title in five years, defeating Maryland, 2-1, in the 2017 NCAA National Championship game on Sunday afternoon at Trager Stadium in Louisville, Ky. The Huskies conclude their historic campaign as the only Connecticut field hockey team to go undefeated with a 23-0 record, and just the sixth team in the history of the sport to boast the accomplishment. Read More

  • 17
    November

    UConn tops No. 4 UNC 2-1 in shootout

    Goalkeeper Nina Klein put on a heroic performance on the contest, as the redshirt senior recorded a career-high 13 saves in the cage and recorded all 115:00 minutes between the pipes. Klein's performance in the shootout was perfect as the goalkeeper dismissed three Tar Heel shooters to seal the 3-0 win. Read More

  • 12
    November

    UConn heads to fifth-straight Final Four

    Senior Charlotte Veitner led the way with three points (1g, 1a) while four different Huskies scored in the teams' 4-3 victory. Saturday's contest marks the ninth time the nation's leading offense has scored four or more goals this season. Read More

  • 5
    November

    UConn tops Liberty 3-0 to claim sixth consecutive BIG EAST championship

    It took less than three minutes, just 268 seconds, for freshman Jessica Dembrowski and the Huskies to net their game-winning goal. After receiving a pass from senior Charlotte Veitner at the top of the circle, freshman Margot van Hecking Colenbrander sent a pass towards the right post that found the stick of Dembrowski who deflected it into the back of the cage. Read More

  • 28
    October

    UConn defeats BC 3-0, finishes regular season 17-0

    Goalkeeper Nina Klein posted four saves in the outing for her 11th shutout of the season. After 39 minutes of scoreless play to begin the game, junior Amanda Collins broke open the scoring for the 1-0 edge. Jessica Dembrowski played a hand in the action, as the midfielder continued her impressive freshman campaign with her 16th point of the season. Read More

  • 21
    October

    UConn defeats Georgetown 10-0 to win 17th BIG EAST regular-season title

    Goalkeeper Nina Klein notched a new program record with her 34th career shutout to lead the No. 1 UConn field hockey team to a 10-0 victory against BIG EAST foe Georgetown on Saturday afternoon at the Sherman Family Complex. Klein recorded four saves on her way to history. The redshirt-senior now holds the program's all-time record in wins (78) and shut outs. Read More

  • 6
    October

    UConn tops Villanova 12-0, sets new program record for goals scored

    On their way to a program-record 12 goals, three different players recorded hat tricks in the outing. This marks the first time in program history that three different players have tallied three or more goals apiece in a single contest. Seniors Charlotte Veitner, Casey Umstead and freshman Margot van Hecking Colenbrander each added a hat trick on the night. Read More

  • 24
    September

    UConn takes down defending national champion Delaware, 1-0, in OT

    Senior Charlotte Veitner notched a goal in the 81st minute to lift the No. 1 UConn field hockey team past reigning national champions No. 5 Delaware, 1-0, in an exciting overtime thriller. The Huskies remain a perfect 9-0 to begin the season and remain the only undefeated team in Division I. Read More

  • 25
    August

    UConn beats No. 12 Stanford, 2-0, for first win of season

    Senior Casey Umstead notched the game winner with a penalty stroke in the 47th minute, before freshman Margot van Hecking Colenbrander added an insurance goal nearly nine minutes later to help provide UConn with its first win for the season. Read More

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS! UCONN COMPLETES THE PERFECT SEASON!

The No. 1 University of Connecticut field hockey team won its third national title in five years, defeating Maryland, 2-1, in the 2017 NCAA National Championship game on Sunday afternoon at Trager Stadium in Louisville, Ky. The Huskies conclude their historic campaign as the only Connecticut field hockey team to go undefeated with a 23-0 record, and just the sixth team in the history of the sport to boast the accomplishment. Read More >>

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