Former Lady Cav leads Radford defense
Published 10:41 pm Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Radford opened its field hockey season with two wins, beating Towson 3-1 and Lock Haven 4-3, at a tourney at Longwood over the weekend.
Senior defender Lynsey Daughtrey (Lakeland), now a four-year starter for Radford, picked up an assist in the win over Towson and took two shots on goal against Lock Haven.
Daughtrey was fifth on the Lady Highlander team with 10 points last season. Freshman midfielder Jennifer Hedrick (Lakeland) is new to RU’s squad.
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Longwood split matches in the event, beating Towson 2-0 and falling 2-1 to Lock Haven.
Junior midfielder Kaity Byrum (Lakeland) started both matches for the Lady Lancers.
Two former Suffolk prep standouts are starting for James Madison field hockey. Sophomore Stephanie Tarafas (Nansemond River) is JMU’s goalkeeper and senior Lindsay Cutchins (Lakeland) is a starting forward.
JMU opened its season on the road and got one of two scheduled matches in before Irene hit the northeast. Rutgers beat the Lady Dukes 5-1 on Friday. A game at Lafayette set for Sunday was canceled.
JMU has home games this weekend, facing Appalachian State on Saturday and No. 6 Ohio State on Sunday.