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PRINCETON, N.J. – Senior Esmée Peet (Zeewolde, The Netherlands/RSG Slingerbos) became the eighth Blue Hen to reach the 100-point plateau Sunday afternoon, but No. 10 Delaware came out on the wrong end of a 4-2 contest at No. 16 Princeton.

Peet, who now has 100 career points on 40 goals and 20 assists, moved into a tied for sixth all-time alongside UD Hall of Famers Anne Wilkinson (44g, 12a; 1982-85) and Carol Miller (46g, 8a; 1978-81).

Junior Taylor Lister (Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin) scored Delaware’s first tally of the afternoon and her first of the season in the 29th minute to tie things at 1-1. 

Photo courtesy Beverly Schaefer

Peet gave the Hens the 2-1 advantage in the 34th minute off a deflection from sophomore Greta Nauck (at left; Krefeld, Germany/Gymnasium am Moltekeplatz).

Princeton’s Ryan McCarthy sent the two teams into the half time break at a 2-2 tie following a penalty stroke at 34:09.

The Tigers (3-1) controlled the second half of play and received goals from Rachel Park and Sophia Tornetta for the win.

Junior Emmeline Oltmans (Baarn, The Netherlands/Het Baarnsch Lyceum) collected seven saves in the loss.

Grace Baylis picked up the win with five saves and two goals allowed.

Head Coach Rolf van de Kerkhof
“This is another experience that should allow our team to learn and become better moving forward. We had some great moments today, but have to control the game tempo, which will allow us to be better at what we need to do consistently. Credit goes to Princeton as the played more as a team throughout the game and remained disciplined in doing the simple."
     · Kiki Bink recorded her first career defensive save against the Tigers.
     · Michaela Patzner (2012-15) was the last Delaware player to reach 100-career points. She also did so on September 11, but in the 2015 season, and finished her career third in program history with 122 points on 47 goals and 28 assists.
     · Sunday was just the second time this season Delaware was outshot by an opponent as the Tigers held the 18-11 shot advantage.
     · The Blue Hens posted eight penalty corners to Princeton’s four.
     · Princeton knotted the all-time series at 13-13-3 and snapped a two-game losing streak to Delaware.

     · Friday, September 16 – Columbia at Delaware – 7 p.m. – Fred P. Rullo Stadium (Newark, Del.)
     · Sunday, September 18 – Indiana at Delaware – Noon – Fred P. Rullo Stadium (Newark, Del.)
     · Friday, September 23 – Albany at Delaware – 7 p.m. – Fred P. Rullo Stadium (Newark, Del.)

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