Freshman Margo Carlin put on an offensive clinic on Sunday afternoon, scoring four goals in field hockey’s 5-0 win over Boston University at New Balance Field in Boston. With 15 goals now on the season, Carlin has set a new freshman scoring record and moved to ninth all-time for scoring in the program’s history.
Less than two minutes into the game, Carlin notched her first goal of the game, lifting the ball from the right side for the score. About five minutes later, Carlin scored again off an assist from Nell Webber to put the Eagles up 2-0.
After a long gap, Carlin chipped her third goal of the game over the goalie thanks to an assist from Jaime Natale. Natale connected with Carlin again with 2:13 left in the third period to give the Eagles a commanding 4-0 lead and Carlin her final goal of the day.
With 1:53 left in the fourth period, Charlotte Von Huelsen tallied the final goal of the afternoon for the Eagles to move the score to 5-0.
In goal, senior Sarah Dwyer added her fourth straight shutout and tenth of her career. Jaime Natale’s two assists were a career-high for the junior.
The Eagles will look to win their fifth straight match Friday at home against Syracuse at 6 p.m.