The Trumbull High field hockey team will bring a 3-1 record and FCIAC playoff aspirations to Tetreau-Davis Field when the Eagles visit Fairfield Warde on Tuesday at 4 p.m. You can watch the game live on the HAN.Network.
Warde, coached by Stacey Dileo, is 2-3, having posted victories over Westhill (1-0) and Stamford (2-0). The Mustangs have lost to Wilton High (5-0), Joel Barlow-Redding (3-1) and Danbury High (4-1) this past Friday.
Trumbull, coached by Cindi Gallucci, opened with a 7-0 win over Masuk-Monroe before losing 1-0 to Staples-Westport. The Eagles then knocked off Stamford High (5-0) and topped Ridgefield High, 4-2, on Saturday.
Before the season started, HAN visited with Trumbull field hockey captain Caroline Prezioso:
The 4 p.m. game will be broadcast live on the HAN.Network, and its affiliate websites — including TrumbullTimes.com, Fairfield-Sun.com and FCIAC.net. All regular season Connecticut sports contests on HAN.Network are broadcast for free and available on-demand at FCIAC.net/video-on-demand/.
You can see the initial fall schedule here, (Note: the schedule is subject to change).
Last fall, Trumbull ended an eight-year state playoff drought. This season, the team, captained by Caroline Prezioso and Keara Chapman, is hoping to end a string of at least nine consecutive campaigns without an FCIAC tourney bid.
The Eagles’ Julia Louw scored twice, and Chapman and Jessica Lipinski also hit the back of the cage in the win over Ridgefield. Sophia Hopwood, Kayleigh Fleming and Chapman all had assists. Trumbull goaltender Maddie San Angelo made five saves.
Trumbull’s defense is led by Amy Smith, Cory Lionetti and Hannah Cohen.
Before the season started, HAN visited with Warde field hockey captains and coach:
Warde’s scoring has been led by Anna Kaiser, Daisy Ferleger, Sarah Adams and Emily Pisani.
Kylie Palmer and Olivia Anagnost have played in goal for the Mustangs.
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