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“It felt surreal,” Garner said of having her own senior day. “I wanted it to slow down so I could take it all in.”
Despite Sunday’s fight, NU failed to make the CAA tournament for the second straight season.
“We have to be better prepared from the beginning of the season,” Murtagh said. “We want to keep developing the younger players that are pretty special and pretty talented.”
Murtagh stressed the camaraderie and passion that drives Northeastern’s field hockey program.
“I think Northeastern field hockey has a great group of players,” she said. “I’m really proud of what they did this year.”
Garner agreed, calling her teammates her sisters and best friends.
“I’m so lucky to have met these girls and grown with them. They have shaped me every day,” she said. “If [Northeastern field hockey] continues to produce an environment like that, I think it will continue to be a successful program.”
Photo courtesy of Jim Pierce, Northeastern athletics