The Raiders 5-0 victory at Reading on Wednesday afternoon gave the Watertown High School field hockey team its fourth win of the year, and provided their coach with her 600th win.
Eileen Donahue’s teams keep wracking up amazing numbers. Her career record is 660 wins, 30 losses and 45 ties. The team has not been beaten for 164 straight games and they have won 104 straight times.
Wednesday, senior Aurora Fidler scored a hat trick to lead the team, and senior Sydney Poulin got a goal and an assist, according to the Boston Globe report.
Congrats to Watertown HS FH coach Eileen Donahue on her 600th win! pic.twitter.com/kgrPgl9jUl
— Mike Lynch (@LynchieWCVB) September 15, 2016
Watertown’s field hockey squad has had more than its share of celebrations recently. It has won the state championship seven straight times and last year the team made national news by breaking the record for unbeaten streak (it was 153, now is 164 and counting).
After the game, the team presented Donahue with a sign saying “Congratulations on 600 wins!” and enjoyed some cake.
Donahue told the Globe that she did not treat the game differently from other games, she just focused on Reading.
See the entire Boston Globe report by clicking here.