1995 Women's Field Hockey Olympic Qualifier

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The third Women's Hockey Olympic Qualifier for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia was held in Cape Town, South Africa, from Wednesday November 15 to Saturday November 26, 1995. Eight nations took part, and they played a round robin. The top five teams joined the other three that have already qualified: Australia, title holders Spain, and hosts the United States.

Team rosters[edit]

 Argentina[edit]

Mariana Arnal (gk), Verónica Artica (gk), María Camardón, Silvia Corvalán, Sofía MacKenzie, Magdalena Aicega, Julieta Castellán, Gabriela Sánchez, Anabel Gambero, Jorgelina Rimoldi, Karina Masotta, Vanina Oneto, María Castelli, Gabriela Pando, and Cecilia Rognoni. Head Coach: Rodolfo Mendoza. NB: One name missing.

 Canada[edit]

Deb Whitten (gk), Tara Croxford, Laurelee Kopeck, Nicole Colaco, Lisa Faust, Amy MacFarlane, Carla Somerville, Sue Reid, Veronica Planella, Karen McNeill, Chris Hunter, Tammy Holt, Gillian Sewell, Krista Thompson. Head Coach: ??. NB: Two names missing.

 Germany[edit]

Birgit Beyer (gk), Susie Wollschläger (gk), Simone Thomaschinski, Eva Hagenbäumer, Denise Klecker, Irina Kuhnt, Britta Becker, Melanie Cremer, Tanja Dickenscheid, Heike Lätzsch, Franziska Hentschel, Nadine Ernsting-Krienke, Natascha Keller, Vanessa van Kooperen, Philippa Suxdorf, and Katrin Kauschke. Head Coach: Berti Rauth.

 Great Britain[edit]

Joanne Thompson (gk), Jill Atkins, Karen Brown, Susan Fraser, Lucy Cope, Mandy Davies, Pauline Robertson, Tammy Miller, Jane Sixsmith, Susan MacDonald, Anna Bennett, Hilary Rose (gk), Rhona Simpson, Mandy Nicholls, Diana Renilson, and Christine Cook. Head Coach: Sue Slocombe.

 Netherlands[edit]

Jacqueline Toxopeus (gk), Stella de Heij (gk), Willemijn Duyster, Wendy Fortuin, Noor Holsboer, Marlies Vossen, Dillianne van den Boogaard, Suzanne Plesman, Jeannette Lewin, Suzan van der Wielen, Florentine Steenberghe, Margje Teeuwen, Nicole Koolen, Mijntje Donners, Ellen Kuipers, and Wietske de Ruiter. Head Coach: Tom van 't Hek.

 South Africa[edit]

Caryn Bentley, Paulene de Bruin, Jill Dix, Jacqui Geyser, Nicky du Toit (gk), Sherylle Calder, Gill Daniels, Hanneli Arnoldi, Michele MacNaughton, Caroline Matthews, Karen Roberts, Lindsey Carlisle, Sharon Cormack, Karen Symons, Kerry Bee, and Alison Dare. Head Coach: Kelly Fairweather.

Match results[edit]

November 15, 1995
Argentina  3–2 (2–1)  Netherlands
María Castelli Field goal scored in the 5th minute 5'
Gabriela Sánchez Field goal scored in the 35th minute 35'
María Castelli Field goal scored in the 47th minute 47'
Jeannette Lewin Field goal scored in the 9th minute 9'
Mijntje Donners Penalty stroke scored in the 54th minute 54'

November 15, 1995
South Africa  0–3 (0–1)  South Korea
Lee Ji-Young Field goal scored in the 6th minute 6'
Lee Eun-Young Field goal scored in the 65th minute 65'
Lee Ji-Young Field goal scored in the 70th minute 70'

November 15, 1995
China  0–1 (0–1)  Germany
Britta Becker Penalty stroke scored in the 17th minute 17'

November 16, 1995
Great Britain  1–1 (1–1)  Canada
Pauline Robertson Field goal scored in the 29th minute 29' Tammy Holt Field goal scored in the 24th minute 24'

November 16, 1995
Argentina  1–0 (0–0)  South Korea
Cecilia Rognoni Penalty corner scored in the 59th minute 59'

November 17, 1995
Netherlands  3–2 (2–1)  South Africa
Wietske de Ruiter Field goal scored in the 9th minute 9'
Marlies Vossen Penalty corner scored in the 35th minute 35'
Ellen Kuipers Field goal scored in the 52nd minute 52'
Caryn Bentley Penalty corner scored in the 21st minute 21'
Caryn Bentley Field goal scored in the 58th minute 58'

November 17, 1995
China  1–0 (1–0)  Canada
Lin Ying Field goal scored in the 35th minute 35'

November 18, 1995
Great Britain  2–1 (1–0)  Germany
Pauline Robertson Field goal scored in the 2nd minute 2'
Susan Fraser Penalty corner scored in the 54th minute 54'
Franziska Hentschel Field goal scored in the 45th minute 45'

November 18, 1995
Netherlands  2–2 (1–1)  South Korea
Wietske de Ruiter Penalty corner scored in the 6th minute 6'
Suzan van der Wielen Field goal scored in the 46th minute 46'
Chang Eun-Jung Field goal scored in the 15th minute 15'
Cho Eun-Jung Penalty corner scored in the 65th minute 65'

November 18, 1995
Argentina  0–0 (0–0)  South Africa

November 19, 1995
Great Britain  1–0 (0–0)  China
Rhona Simpson Field goal scored in the 56th minute 56'

November 19, 1995
Canada  0–2 (0–0)  Germany
Franziska Hentschel Penalty corner scored in the 44th minute 44'
Franziska Hentschel Penalty corner scored in the 55th minute 55'

November 20, 1995
Netherlands  2–2 (2–2)  China
Ellen Kuipers Field goal scored in the 14th minute 14'
Wietske de Ruiter Penalty corner scored in the 29th minute 29'
Huiping Yang Field goal scored in the 9th minute 9'
Huiping Yang Penalty stroke scored in the 25th minute 25'

November 20, 1995
Canada  0–1 (0–0)  South Africa
Sherylle Calder Penalty corner scored in the 38th minute 38'

November 21, 1995
South Korea  3–1 (0–1)  Great Britain
Chang Eun-Jung Field goal scored in the 40th minute 40'
Cho Eun-Jung Penalty corner scored in the 57th minute 57'
Cho Eun-Jung Penalty corner scored in the 67th minute 67'
Rhona Simpson Field goal scored in the 24th minute 24'

November 21, 1995
Argentina  0–1 (0–1)  Germany
Britta Becker Penalty corner scored in the 8th minute 8'

November 22, 1995
Netherlands  2–2 (1–1)  Great Britain
Suzan van der Wielen Field goal scored in the 8th minute 8'
Jeannette Lewin Field goal scored in the 38th minute 38'
Rhona Simpson Field goal scored in the 26th minute 26'
Susan Fraser Penalty corner scored in the 41st minute 41'

November 22, 1995
Argentina  1–0 (0–0)  Canada
Cecilia Rognoni Penalty corner scored in the 61st minute 61'

November 22, 1995
South Korea  3–1 (2–0)  China
Kwon Chang-Sook Penalty corner scored in the 5th minute 5'
Cho Eun-Jung Penalty corner scored in the 21st minute 21'
Woo Hyun-Jung Field goal scored in the 59th minute 59'
Dong Hong Cai Field goal scored in the 56th minute 56'

November 22, 1995
South Africa  0–1 (0–0)  Germany
Nadine Ernsting-Krienke Field goal scored in the 67th minute 67'

November 23, 1995
Netherlands  0–1 (0–0)  Canada
Karen McNeill Penalty corner scored in the 67th minute 67'

November 22, 1995
South Africa  1–2 (1–1)  China
Caryn Bentley Penalty corner scored in the 18th minute 18' Jianpin Chen Field goal scored in the 2nd minute 2'
Jing Chen Field goal scored in the 70th minute 70'

November 24, 1995
Argentina  2–2 (1–1)  Great Britain
María Castelli Penalty corner scored in the 24th minute 24'
María Castelli Field goal scored in the 45th minute 45'
Mandy Nicholls Field goal scored in the 14th minute 14'
Susan Fraser Penalty corner scored in the 70th minute 70'

November 24, 1995
South Korea  2–1 (1–0)  Germany
Cho Eun-Jung Penalty corner scored in the 16th minute 16'
Lee Ji-Young Field goal scored in the 57th minute 57'
Nadine Ernsting-Krienke Field goal scored in the 52nd minute 52'

November 25, 1995
Netherlands  3–2 (1–1)  Germany
Wietske de Ruiter Field goal scored in the 33rd minute 33'
Dillianne van den Boogaard Penalty corner scored in the 36th minute 36'
Wietske de Ruiter Penalty corner scored in the 53rd minute 53'
Franziska Hentschel Field goal scored in the 6th minute 6'
Franziska Hentschel Penalty corner scored in the 65th minute 65'

November 25, 1995
South Korea  1–0 (0–0)  Canada
Cho Eun-Jung Penalty corner scored in the 61st minute 61' )

November 25, 1995
Argentina  1–2 (0–0)  China
Vanina Oneto Field goal scored in the 41st minute 41' Huiping Yang Field goal scored in the 43rd minute 43'
Huiping Yang Penalty stroke scored in the 64th minute 64'

November 25, 1995
South Africa  0–1 (0–1)  Great Britain
Rhona Simpson Field goal scored in the 29th minute 29'

Final standings[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  South Korea 11 7 5 1 1 14 6 +8
2.  Great Britain 9 7 3 3 1 10 9 +1
3.  Germany 8 7 4 0 3 9 7 +2
4.  Argentina 8 7 3 2 3 8 7 +1
5.  Netherlands 7 7 2 3 2 14 14 0
6.  China 7 7 3 1 3 8 9 −1
7.  Canada 3 7 1 1 5 2 7 −5
8.  South Africa 3 7 1 1 5 4 10 −6

Remarks[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Name Goals
1. South Korea Cho Eun-Jung 6
2. Netherlands Wietske de Ruiter 5
Germany Franziska Hentschel
4. Argentina María Castelli 4
China Huiping Yang
United Kingdom Rhona Simpson
7. South Africa Caryn Bentley 3
United Kingdom Susan Fraser
South Korea Lee Ji-Young

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