NCAA Tournament: Two teams through to round two

Lydia Schrott led the Hoosiers to their first NCAA Tournament win with her second career hat trick against North Carolina.

Lydia Schrott led the Hoosiers to their first NCAA Tournament win with her second career hat trick against North Carolina.

Nov. 12, 2005

No. 9 Indiana 3, No. 5 North Carolina 2
Under beautiful skies at Wake Forest's Kentner Stadium, the No. 9 ranked Indiana field hockey team opened NCAA Tournament play for the first time in program history against the University of North Carolina on Saturday. Led by junior Lydia Schrott's second career hat trick performance, first team All-Big Ten goalkeeper Haley Exner's 13 saves and an unbeatable IU defense, the Hoosiers advanced to the second round in their first tournament appearance. Full Story

No. 7 Michigan 4, No. 17 Boston University 3 (OT)
Eleanor Martin (left) scored 5:34 into overtime to lift the Michigan field hockey team to a 4-3 comeback victory over Boston University on Saturday, Nov. 12, in NCAA first-round action at Columbus, Ohio. The Wolverines trailed 3-1 at halftime, with Kristen Tiner scoring the lone U-M goal, but then dominated after intermission, outshooting the Terriers 18-5. Kara Lentz pulled Michigan within one at 52:08, and Erin Dallas netted the tying goal at 63:00. The Wolverines will face either Old Dominion or Ohio State at 2 p.m. Sunday. Full Story

No. 6 American 3, No. 8 Penn State 2
Penn State had two penalty corners with no time left on the clock, but could not convert the storybook ending, falling to American University in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday, 3-2. The Nittany Lions finish their record-setting year with a 17-4 mark. Full Story

No. 4 Old Dominion 5, No. 10 Ohio State 4
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