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Field Hockey News & Highlights

September 30, 2013

Bolton Named Player of the Week

Megan Bolton is the second Eastern Field Hockey player to earn Player of the Week Honors this season.

Megan Bolton (Souderton, Pa./ Christopher Dock) scored five goals this week.

ANNVILLE, Pa.--Megan Bolton earned Freedom Conference Field Hockey Player of the Week honors for the week of Sept. 23-29.

Bolton (Souderton, Pa./ Christopher Dock), a sophomore defender, scored five goals this week, carrying the Eagles to wins over Arcadia University and King's College.

Bolton scored both of the Eagles goals in Tuesday's 2-1 win over Arcadia. Bolton tied the game in the 60th minute and then when the game went into overtime, Bolton gave the Eagles the sudden victory with a successful penalty stroke in the 71st minute.

She recorded her first career hat trick on Saturday as Eastern help off conference opponent King's College 5-4. Bolton opened the scoring with a penalty corner goal in the eighth minute and put the Eagles up 4-2 with another penalty corner goal in the second half. Once King's tied the game 4-4, it was Bolton who scored the game-winner in the 66th minute on yet another corner. Bolton also made a big defensive save in the first half.

Bolton leads the Eagles with nine goals this season. She had 10 goals all of last season.

Eastern improved to 5-4 with the wins. They go to Messiah College for a 7 p.m meeting on Wednesday.

Updated: Monday, 30 September 2013

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Camrin Azzarano

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