RANDOLPH, NJ- Behind the goal scoring of Junior Olivia Meyers, the passing of Senior Erin Corrigan, and the goaltending of Junior McKenzie Vorel, the Lady Rams field hockey team has shot out to a strong start in 2017.
The team opened the season facing a huge test when perennial power Montclair came to town. Randolph held a 2-0 lead in the second half, but could not hold on as Montclair got two late goals to earn a tie. But for the Lady Rams, it was a statement that they are ready compete with the best.
After that strong start, the Lady Rams went out and ran off four straight wins, including three shutouts by goalie Mckenzie Vorel. On the season, Vorel now has 40 saves, including a whopping 25 against Montclair, while allowing only three goals in five games.
Meyers has been the spark up front, finding the back of the net a team leading six times, including the only two goals scored in Randolph’s most recent game, a 2-0 win over Roxbury. Emily Cohen and Erin Corrigan have tallied three goals apiece so far this year for Randolph, followed by a host of others with two.
Corrigan holds the team lead so far for assists with seven, followed closely by Carly Snarski with five and Meyers with three.
Randolph faces off with Morris Hills in their next game, home on Saturday Sept. 23 at 10 AM