CARLISLE, Pa. - The Bryn Mawr field hockey team kept their current road trip rolling earlier Saturday afternoon, this time taking their talents to central Pennsylvania for yet another difficult Centennial Conference matchup. The Owls took on Dickinson College in search of a big road win, but it simply wouldn't happen on this day. The Red Devils were able to keep their near-perfect home record intact with an 8-0 win in the contest. Angela Meng made 10 saves in the affair to help the Bryn Mawr defense put together a strong effort.
The Owls were once again doomed by an incredibly early goal in the contest, as Dickinson (8-4, 4-2 CC) posted the game-winner just 37 seconds into play. They would tally four more times in the half, and then post three more goals in the second half to cruise to the 8-0 win. The Red Devils spread the scoring around generously, as seven different players tallied goals on the day. Bryn Mawr (0-11, 0-6 CC) tried to generate an offensive response, but the Owls were held shotless thanks to a stifling defensive effort from the hosts.
Bryn Mawr will look to bounce back from today's tough loss when they get back in action next week. Bryn Mawr will close out their road trip with a non-conference contest against Ramapo. The Roadrunners are currently 2-6 on the season but have lost their last six games. This will mark the first ever meeting between these two programs, and it will take place on Thursday the 13th at Ramapo at 3:30 PM.