Panthers reschedule two games

October 25th, 2002 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H. – Plymouth State College has been forced to reschedule two field hockey games due to the inclement New England weather.

The Little East Conference contest between PSC and Worcester State College, slated for Saturday (Oct. 26) has been backed up a day due to the
predicted rain, and will be played Sunday (Oct. 27) at Arold Field. Last Wednesday’s LEC game between PSC and Fitchburg State, which was postponed due
to snow on the field at Fitchburg, has been rescheduled for this Wednesday (Oct. 30).

The rescheduling gives Plymouth State four games in the final week of the regular season – Sunday (Oct. 27) vs. Worcester State (1:00 p.m.), Tuesday
(Oct. 29) vs. New England College (3:00 p.m.), Wednesday (Oct. 30) at Fitchburg State (3:00 p.m.), and next Saturday (Nov. 2) vs. Framingham State (2:00
p.m.).

PSC, 11-1 overall and 7-0 in conference play, can clinch its third straight LEC regular season title and the top seed in the upcoming LEC Tournament
with a win in any one of its three remaining conference games. The LEC Tourney begins on Nov. 5th, with the champion receiving an automatic berth into the
NCAA Division III Championship Tournament.

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