Friday, October 28, 2011
10/27/11 - Towson, MD: Freshman Forward #19 Sherlanda Buskey plays soccer like an unleashed Pit Bull, here attacking the ball early in first half action against Washington Adventist. It's going to be a fun four years covering her on the field (and the court).
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
I've had some late night gigs over the last two days with Marymount … even kind of scary-creepy. You know where midnight fog rolls in following a lightning delay, and you can't feel your limbs anymore. And there are these deep weird red, & orange, & green colors cycling through my frame. So, I pushed for some grainy late season action & ended up with some cool captures - all of which scare me in some way.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Friday, October 21, 2011
10/21/11 - Gettysburg, PA: The chaos that occurs at the goal in field hockey is so rapid with minute motions, it's often tough to make a clear capture. There's the feeder, who often distracts me too much to follow the ball into the inside girl, who's looking for a deflection, a slap, or a redirecting flip. There's so much rapid activity & obstruction that I usually don't have a real clear view. This worked out well - and just as the sun popped out.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
10/15/2011 - Westminster, MD: Franklin & Marshall's C.T. Marsh (#6) sacks McDaniel Quarterback Nick Valori (#5) with 1:58 remaining in the game. Recovering the ball in the scuffle, Marsh ran it back for a 24 yard touch down. Struggling to recover from a 24-0 halftime deficit, the Terror attempted to regain momentum scoring in both the 3rd & 4th quarters, then they recovered a fumble preceding this play. However, this final & brief possession for McDaniel added insult to injury and sealed a 31-14 victory for the Diplomats at Scott S. Bair Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Sunday, October 9, 2011
There were lots of great celebration this weekend, this moment topped the chart for expression ... 10/9/2011 - Lancaster, PA: Franklin & Marshall junior defender Alex Grassi (16) erupts after his blast found empty net. The second team goal in 46 seconds and third of the second half left McDaniel's defenders stunned. The Diplomats dug in further with a final score at 87:31, ending with a 4-1 win over the Green Terror at home.