BALTIMORE – The Haverford College field hockey team took down Johns Hopkins on the road in Baltimore on Friday night. The Fords got a first half goal from Paige Carson to go up 1-0. That goal held up behind a stout defensive effort in Danielle Rette's shutout.
Carson's seventh of the season proved to be the game winner. Haverford improves to 6-7 and 2-4 in the Centennial Conference slate while Johns Hopkins falls to 6-7 and 2-4 in the Centennial slate.
At the Half, Haverford and Johns Hopkins were tied in shots at 4-4 and the Blue Jays held a 4-0 advantage in corners. Rette had one save at the half.
Haverford faced perhaps its biggest tests in the final minutes of the contest. Corners from Johns Hopkins were able to keep Haverford on its toes in the narrow contest.