Olympic Update, Day #14: Reinprechts, U.S. Field Hockey Conclude Games
DAY 2: Lind, Morin, Prendes, J Reinprecht, K Reinprecht, Wilkinson
DAY 3: Lawrence, Loch, Ochal, Scanlan
DAY 4: Matheson, Prendes, J Reinprecht, K Reinprecht, Stone
DAY 5: Hendershot, Loch, Thompson
DAY 6: Lind, Morin, Ochal, Prendes, J Reinprecht, K Reinprecht, Stone, Wilkinson
DAY 7: Cabral, Matheson
DAY 8: Lawrence, Ochal, J Reinprecht, K Reinprecht, Scanlan, Stone
DAY 9: Cabral
DAY 10: Matheson, J Reinprecht, K Reinprecht
DAY 13: Matheson
Julia Reinprecht '14, Katie Reinprecht '13 and the U.S. field hockey team concluded their 2012 London Olympics Friday, falling 2-1 to Belgium. With the loss, the Americans went 1-5 in the tournament and finished in 12th place. Team USA's lone victory was over Argentina, 1-0, who advanced to the gold medal game.
The U.S. took control of the match six minutes into action with a goal by Paige Selenski, but Belgium managed to even the score before halftime.
The Americans tallied 15 shots, with 10 on frame, but were unable to retake the lead in the second half, before Belgium scored the game-winner with 17 minutes remaining in regulation.
As they had done all tournament, both Reinprecht sisters played a majority of the game and Julia had a pair of shots in the contest.
The Reinprechts concluded Princeton's contingency at the 2012 Games.