RANDOLPH, NJ-The Randolph Lady Rams field hockey team has picked up their 2016 season right where they left off in 2015; on the winning track.
The girls have run out to a 3-0 record to kick off the year, powered by strong goaltending from Mackenzie Vorel ( two shutouts ) and the scoring of TT Naslonski ( 12 goals in three games )
Their hot start has set up what will be an important early season showdown with border rival Morristown, who comes into the contest also standing at 3-0. The Lady Rams ended the Colonials season last year by taking a dramatic 1-0 win in the state semi-finals.
Naslonski led the charge for Randolph in the season opener against Pope John, collecting four goals and adding an assist as the Rams took a 7-0 shutout victory.
Erin Corrigan added the other three goals for Randolph, while Kasey Earle, Carly Snarski, Emily Cohen and Erica Holowko all contributed an assist each in the victory.
Naslonski was right back at it against rival Morris Knolls, scoring all five of her teams’ goals, as Vorel collected shut out number two in a 5-0 win.
Corrigan and Emily Cohen each added one assist I the game. Vorel made 12 saves in goal.
On Tuesday Sept. 13, a much tougher foe came to town in the Chatham Cougars. Randolph came out on top of a 3-2 battle, led by Vorel’s 13 saves, Naslonski’s 3 goals, and an assist from Erin Corrigan.
Morristown visits Randolph’s DaSilva field on Thursday Sept. 15 at 4 p.m.