Audrey Latsko couldn’t hide her frustration.
After the Syracuse field hockey team played perhaps its worst game of the season, losing to lowly Colgate, 1-0, last night at Coyne Field, Latsko wanted the offense to show some support.
“We have a problem scoring,” Latsko said. “Everyone’s working by themselves.”
No individual Orangewoman is helping Latsko’s cause.
When Colgate’s (5-9) Ashley Schneider tipped in a deflected shot 20 minutes into the second half, Latsko dropped to her knees in disgust.
Forgive Latsko for feeling a little down. She’s allowed 1.05 goals per game, but received little in return from the offense — 1.29 goals per game.
Syracuse (10-7, 2-2 Big East) has returned much of the core from last year’s Big East championship team, including four of the top five scorers.