LANCASTER, Pa. - Maryland field hockey student-athletes Marissa Cutry and Kasey Tapman helped their USA Eagles squad to the Women's National Championship title in a shootout Saturday in Lancaster, Pa.
Anna Dessoye, Alyssa Parker and Moira Putsch all helped the U.S. Under-21 Team to a third place finish with a shootout win. Dessoye and Putsch both made their shootout goals to help their team to a 3-1 advantage in the shootout.
Ten current Terrapins and two former players competed on eight teams in the WNC, which took place all week at Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster, Pa. The WNC serves as the selection trials for the U.S. Women's National Squad.
Maxine Fluharty, Katie Gerzabek, Anna Dessoye, Alyssa Parker, Kasey Tapman, Delaney Leathers, Shari Jones, Marissa Cutry, Moira Putsch and Melissa Flowe are the current Terrapins that competed in the WNC. Terrapin alum and current national team member Ali McEvoy and Meredith Long, also a former Terp, played as well, while head coach Missy Meharg coached the USA White team.
Current U.S. National Team members Katie O’Donnell and Jill Witmer did not play in the WNC after their recent time at the Rabobank Hockey World Cup. Fellow national team member Natalie Hunter did not play due to an injury.
For full results, log on to http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Field-Hockey/EVENTS/2014/June/15/Womens-National-Championship.