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Field Hockey's Britt Knouse Earns Senior Game Invitation

Britt Knouse has earned a spot in the 2012 NFHCA Senior Game

Oct. 31, 2012

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Virginia forward Britt Knouse has been invited to participate in the prestigious NFHCA Senior Game on Saturday, Nov. 17 at Old Dominion at 3 p.m.

The senior game is an annual exhibition game where the top NCAA Division I senior field hockey players are invited to participate. Knouse is one of 38 players selected to compete.

Knouse missed the first 15 games of the 2012 season, working her way back from a knee injury she sustained last year in spring practice. She returned to action against North Carolina and has started the Cavaliers' last two games. She began her career by scoring a goal in her very first game, adding nine more goals and four assists over her career.

This year's Senior Game participants will face off against the U.S. Women's National Team as well as against each other in a series of four (4), 25 minute sessions:
· Senior Game Participants - Home Team vs. Senior Game Participants - Away Team
· Senior Game Participants - Home Team vs. U.S. Women's National Team
· Senior Game Participants - Away Team vs. U.S. Women's National Team
· Senior Game Participants - Home Team vs. Senior Game Participants - Away Team

 

 

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