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Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:08 pm

Schedule:

September
Tue Sep. 8 at Southern Me. 4:30 PM Live stats Video
Sat Sep. 12 at Hamilton 11:00 AM Video
Wed Sep. 16 Husson 8:00 PM
Sun Sep. 20 at Maine Maritime 3:30 PM Video
Tue Sep. 22 U. of New England 4:30 PM
Sat Sep. 26 at Wesleyan (Conn.) 12:00 PM
Sun Sep. 27 at Williams 11:00 AM Video

October
Sat Oct. 3 Trinity (Conn.) 11:00 AM
Sun Oct. 4 Me.-Fort Kent 1:00 PM
Wed Oct. 7 Bowdoin 4:00 PM
Sat Oct. 10 at Connecticut Col. 11:30 AM
Sat Oct. 17 Tufts 12:00 PM
Sun Oct. 18 Amherst 12:00 PM
Sat Oct. 24 Middlebury 11:00 AM
Tue Oct. 27 Colby 3:00 PM

Bates: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/wsoc/2015-16/schedule
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:35 am

2015-16 Women's Soccer Roster
No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School
00 Talia Regenstein GK 2019 5-8 San Francisco, Calif. / Urban School of San Francisco
0 Sarah McCarthy GK 2018 5-5 Rockville Centre, N.Y. / South Side
1 Allegra Sacco GK 2018 5-9 Medway, Mass. / Holliston
2 Julia Rice F 2016 5-6 Providence, R.I. / Wheeler School
3 Maggie Coco CM 2016 5-7 Avon, Conn. / Loomis Chaffee
4 Cassidy McCarns CM 2019 5-4 Branford, Conn. / Branford
5 Allison Hill D 2017 5-9 Brunswick, Maine / Brunswick
6 Caitrin Griffin D 2016 5-4 Geneva, Ill. / Geneva
7 Erin Shea CM 2017 5-6 Marshfield, Mass. / Marshfield
8 Leah Humes F 2016 5-8 Beaconsfield, Quebec / Phillips Andover
9 Hannah Behringer CM 2018 5-9 Old Lyme, Conn. / Lyme-Old Lyme
10 Ana Urbina F 2017 5-5 Bow, N.H. / Bow
11 Sarah Gutch D 2019 5-7 Gaithersburg, Md. / Quince Orchard
12 Julia Rosen F 2018 5-8 Springfield, Ill. / Springfield
13 Alexa Adams D 2017 5-4 Williamstown, Mass. / Mt. Greylock
14 Hannah Graves D 2017 5-5 Weston, Mass. / Weston
15 Ainsley Jamieson CM 2018 6-0 Scarborough, Maine / Scarborough
16 Joanna Schafer D/CM 2019 5-8 Meriden, N.H. / Kimball Union Academy
17 Hana Dailey F 2019 5-5 Dedham, Mass. / Dedham
18 Libby Masalsky F 2018 5-8 Dedham, Mass. / Dedham
19 Kyla Rabb D 2017 5-8 Stamford, Conn. / Berkshire School
20 Caroline Andy CM 2018 5-5 Concord, N.H. / Concord
21 Rebecca Titcomb D 2017 5-9 Henniker, N.H. / John Stark Regional
22 Lindsey Landwehrle CM 2018 5-8 Stowe, Vt. / Kimball Union Academy
23 Ayden Eickhoff F 2019 5-9 Corvallis, Mont. / International School of Brussels
24 Karen Lockhart F 2016 5-7 East Greenwich, R.I. / East Greenwich
25 Emma Goff D 2018 5-4 Winchester, Mass. / Brooks School
26 Olivia Amdur F 2019 5-7 Chicago, Ill. / Francis W. Parker
28 Brigid Quinn F 2018 5-5 Santa Fe, N.M. / Santa Fe Prep


Head Coach: Kelsy Ross (Roanoke College '05/5th season)

Assistant Coach: Jordan May (Roanoke College '13/3rd season)

Goalkeepers Coach: Jeff Yaeger (St. Joseph's (Me.) '04/2nd season)

Captains: Leah Humes, Julia Rice

Athletic Trainer: Stephanie Townsend

Equipment Manager: Jim Taylor

Strength & Conditioning: Mike Seltzer

Faculty Liaison: Georgia Nigro
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:35 am

Women's soccer preview: Consistency could aid upward trend

LEWISTON, Maine -- The Bates College women's soccer team begins its 2015 season on Tuesday at the University of Southern Maine, hoping to recapture its winning ways from the first half of last season.

Bates began the 2014 campaign winning six of its first eight games and finished with the program's most victories in eight years, despite tailing off in the second half.

The Bobcats attained a winning record with non-league shutout wins over Saint Joseph's and Southern Maine, then really found a groove from mid- to late September, picking up three NESCAC victories in a four-game span against Hamilton, Wesleyan and Trinity.

A one-goal loss at Amherst kicked off the Bobcats' October slide, with close-but-no-cigar setbacks against the iron of the conference, including Connecticut College, Middlebury and Williams, which finished as the national runner-up, one of four conference teams to compete in the NCAA Championship tournament.

Fifth-year head coach Kelsy Ross is counting on this year's squad to find and maintain a level of consistency that went missing this fall. Bates opens conference play at Hamilton on Saturday, Sept. 12, then plays its home opener against Husson on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 8pm, in what will be the team's second annual Maine High School Night.

Senior forwards Julia Rice (Providence, R.I.) and Leah Humes (Beaconsfield, Quebec) captain the team; due to injury, Rice will be confined to the sidelines this season, but Humes may be the key of what Ross hopes will be a persistent attack, one constantly creating more shooting opportunities. Humes had a goal and four assists in seven games before a season-ending injury. Senior Karen Lockhart (East Greenwich, R.I.) also returns from injuries and should be an attacking option on the front line

Sophomore Julia Rosen (Springfield, Ill.) can give the Bobcats a lift by repeating last year's nine-point scoring output, leading a cadre of younger players who found the back of the net in 2014, including now-juniors Ana Urbina (Bow, N.H.), Erin Shea (Marshfield, Mass.) and Rebecca Titcomb (Henniker, N.H.), as well as now-sophomores Libby Masalsky (Dedham, Mass.) and Caroline Andy (Concord, N.H.).

Sophomore goalkeeper Sarah McCarthy's (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) nine starts in goal is experience the defense will bank on, though the team boasts depth at goalie with sophomore Allegra Sacco (Medway, Mass.) and first-year Talia Regenstein (San Francisco, Calif.), who have been impressive in practice thus far.

Junior 2014 team MVP Allison Hill (Brunswick, Maine) will return from injury later this month, leaving the defense to be anchored by hardnosed senior Caitrin Griffin (Geneva, Ill.), junior Kyla Rabb (Stamford, Conn.), Titcomb and junior Hannah Graves (Weston, Mass.). Crafty, vocal senior Maggie Coco (Avon, Conn.) will direct teammates in game play at center midfield.

"This year's squad is hungry for success," said Ross. "They have been since last fall. The attitude and focus is different from past preseasons and we're going to build on that. Last year was a step in the right direction for Bates women's soccer, but we're not satisfied."
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:45 am

Humes, Amdur lead impressive opening-day win for women's soccer


GORHAM, Maine -- Senior Leah Humes scored two goals and freshman Olivia Amdur had two assist to lead the Bates College Bobcats to a 3-0 season-opening win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies Tuesday evening at Hannaford Field.

Bates outshot USM by a 31-4 margin. With the win, the Bobcats begin their 2015 campaign with a 1-0 record. Southern Maine drops to 1-1 with the loss.

Despite holding a significant advantage in shots on goal in the first half, Bates did not break through for a score until the 40th minute to take a 1-0 advantage at the break. Southern Maine goalkeeper Marissa Temple kept her team in the game, making 13 first-half saves.

Bates scored two of its three goals off of corner kicks, including the first goal of the game. Sophomore Hannah Behringer (Old Lyme, Conn.) was able to beat Temple inside the far post, redirecting a corner kick from Amdur (Chicago, Ill.) for her first collegiate goal.

Southern Maine had a pair of chances in the first half, as CC Pelletier and Analies Ross-Dyjak each had quality attempts. Bates' starting goalkeeper sophomore Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) kept the Huskies off of the scoreboard, making both of Bates' saves.

Bates struck early in the second half as Humes (Beaconsfield, Quebec) scored the first of her two goals just four minutes into the frame. Amdur registered her second assist of the game, carrying the ball down the left side of the field before serving a well-placed ball to Humes' head on the far post in the 49th minute.

The score remained unchanged at 2-0 for the next 20 minutes before Humes made it 3-0 off of one of the Bobcats' 14 corner kicks in the game. This time Humes benefitted from a back-heeled flick from first-year Cassidy McCarns (Branford, Conn.), who had entered the game minutes beforehand, for an insurance goal in the 68th minute for the final score.

Temple finished the game making a career-high 19 saves, as the Bobcats put 22 shots on goal.

McCarthy played the first 45 minutes for Bates, making two saves. Sophomore Allegra Sacco (Medway, Mass.) made one save in 34:43 of playing time, followed by first-year Talia Regenstein (San Francisco, Calif.), who did not register a save in the final 10:07.

Bates travels to Hamilton in Clinton, N.Y., on Saturday (11am) for its first New England Small College Athletic Conference game of the season.
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:31 pm

Women's soccer earns 1-1 tie at Hamilton in NESCAC opener

CLINTON, N.Y. -- The Bates College women's soccer team picked up a point in its NESCAC opener on Saturday, holding on to tie host Hamilton College 1-1 after a dramatic final moment of the second overtime period.

The Continentals (0-1-1, 0-1-1 NESCAC) narrowly missed winning the game; a deflection off a corner kick was ruled to have crossed the goal line just after the final buzzer ended the second overtime session.

The Continentals had two corner kick opportunities in the games' final 30 seconds. Becca Rees sent the first at the Bobcat net, where it was knocked over the end line by a Bates defender. With just over three seconds remaining, Blackwell's second kick was played in the air twice before winding up in the goal, but not before the horn had sounded.

Bates first-year student Olivia Amdur (Chicago, Ill.) gave Bates (1-0-1, 0-0-1 NESCAC) a one-goal advantage midway through the opening period. She took control of an unsettled ball and sent a 40-yard right-footed shot from the left side of the field toward the right post. The ball curved back into the post and into the net to give the visitors the lead. Amdur has played a role in three of Bates' four goals this season, with one goal and two assists.

A Blackwell corner kick set up the game-tying goal for Hamilton; six minutes into the second half, she sent a ball to the far post, where Cassie Hayward directed it back to the middle of the net for her first collegiate goal.

Hamilton came close to taking the lead in the 57th minute when an indirect kick bounced off the crossbar directly to Victoria Freeman, who headed the rebound into the arms of Bates sophomore goalkeeper Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y.).

The Continentals owned a 25-8 advantage in shots and 11-0 in corner kicks. They had the best scoring opportunity of the second overtime session, but Bates nearly won the game twice in the first overtime, both off chances created by Amdur. Five minutes in, she had a breakaway thwarted when Hamilton's Olivia Simone took the ball from her at the top of the box. Four minutes later her high shot bounced off the cross bar directly to senior captain Leah Humes (Beaconsfield, Quebec), who headed the ball back at the net, but also at a Continental defender who knocked it away.

Emily Dumont made three saves for Hamilton and McCarthy stopped eight shots in the Bobcat net.

Bates will host Husson on Wednesday at 8pm. The game has been designated "Maine High School Night," with several area high school teams expected to attend.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 17, 2015 6:47 am

Women's soccer defeats Husson in home opener, 4-0

LEWISTON, Maine -- Four different players scored for the Bates College women's soccer in a 4-0 non-conference victory over Husson University Wednesday night, before a large crowd on a warm Wednesday night at Garcelon Field.

The win kept Bates (2-0-1) undefeated and dropped Husson to 2-2-1.

First-year Olivia Amdur (Chicago, Ill.) led off the scoring in the 12th minute. Senior Maggie Coco (Avon, Conn.) played a through-ball from the middle of Bates' defensive half that Amdur caught up to behind the Eagles' defense. Amdur was able to dribble in and shoot against defenseless Husson goalkeeper Jordyn Hopkins, to score her second goal of the season.

Bates outshot Husson 29-5 overall and 11-3 in the first half, but the Eagles kept the deficit at one goal at the end of the first period. Hopkins made four saves in the first half and nine for the game.

Bates made it 2-0 in the 50th minute on a similar play to the first goal, as sophomore Julia Rosen (Springfield, Ill.) tracked down sophomore Hannah Behringer's (Old Lyme, Conn.) lead pass from midfield to set up another uncontested shot on a breakaway. Rosen buried the ball inside the near (left) post for her first goal of the season.

Behringer added her second goal of the year in the 62nd minute, dribbling through traffic and getting off a shot inside the far (right) post while falling down inside the box. In the 67th minute the Bobcats added another impressive goal, as senior Caitrin Griffin (Geneva, Ill.) drove hard with the ball, sealing off a defender as she tapped a short pass to first-year Cassidy McCarns (Brunswick, Maine) on her right. McCarns finished with a rocket into the left side of the net for her first collegiate goal.

The game was designated as "Maine High School Night," with girls' soccer teams from five area high schools -- Edward Little, Lewiston, Mt. Ararat, Oak Hill and Scarborough -- attending the game and participating in a halftime juggling contest.

Sophomore Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) finished with two saves in goal for Bates; first-year Talia Regenstein (San Francisco, Calif.) manned Bates' goal for the final 19 minutes.

Bates will play at Maine Maritime in a non-conference game on Sunday at 3:30pm.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:36 am

Women's soccer wins 1-0 at Maine Maritime on Rosen goal

CASTINE, Maine -- The Bates College women's soccer team remained undefeated with a 1-0 non-conference victory at Maine Maritime Academy on Sunday at Ritchie Field, moving the Bobcats to 3-0-1. MMA dropped to 1-5.

The last time Bates was unbeaten through four games was in the 2004 season.

While Bates dominated play and finished with a 30-3 difference in shot attempts, sophomore Julia Rosen (Springfield, Ill.) provided the game's only score in the 32nd minute.

Senior midfielder Maggie Coco's (Avon, Conn.) corner kick found Rosen in the MMA penalty area, and the sophomore forward snuck the ball past Mariners goalkeeper Maggie McConkey for her second goal this season, and the seventh in her career. The assist was Coco's second this season and the third in her career.

Maine Maritime had a chance to tie the game late, when Makayla Lewis had a breakaway in front of the net, but sophomore Bobcat keeper Allegra Sacco (Medway, Mass.) beat her to the ball by a fraction of a second.

McConkey was sharp in net for the Mariners, making 12 saves. Sacco and sophomore starting goalie Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) combined for the shutout in net for Bates.

Bates plays host to the University of New England on Tuesday at 4:30pm.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 23, 2015 7:44 am

UNE hands women's soccer its first loss of the season, 2-0

LEWISTON, Maine -- Becca Murphy and Jessica Meader connected on two goals less than 10 minutes apart in the second half, giving the University of New England a 2-0 non-conference victory over the Bates College women's soccer team, and dealing the host Bobcats their first loss of the season.

The Nor'easters (5-2-0) won their second straight game and return to Commonwealth Coast Conference play on Saturday at 12pm, hosting Salve Regina.

Bates (3-1-1) plays back-to-back NESCAC games this weekend, at Wesleyan on Saturday at 12pm and at Williams on Sunday at 11am.

Bates attempted 35 shots in the game to UNE's 17, including a 12-10 advantage in shots on goal, but the Nor'easters created better scoring chances and took better advantage of them.

Murphy first scored in the 48th minute, getting a pass from Meader and shooting from 30 yards in front of the Bates goal, dropping the ball over the reach of Bates sophomore goalie Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y.), under the crossbar and inside the right post.

Nearly 10 minutes later, in the 57th minute, Meader blasted a shot on a breakaway that McCarthy turned away, but Murphy knocked in the carom from 10 yards out for the 2-0 advantage.

Bates outshot UNE 19-9 in the first half, but the Nor'easters had just as many serious scoring threats as the Bobcats.

Bates' best chance in the period came in the 33rd minute, when sophomore Libby Masalsky's (Dedham, Mass.) shot from near the right endline got past UNE goalie Brielle Robinson, who was caught out of the Nor'easter goal, but walled off at the goal line by a UNE defender. Karen Lockhart hit the ground to try to knock in the rebound, but two UNE defenders also converged on the ball to prevent the score.

UNE then had a flurry in the 40th minute, with back-to-back shots in close by Devon Wolfenden first blocked by a Bates back, then saved by McCarthy. McCarthy also stopped a UNE chance in the final minute of the half, storming out of the goal to thwart a breakaway chance by Nor'easter forward Jackie Dickerson.

UNE goalie Brielle Robinson earned the shutout with 10 saves, with two other saves credited to the team. For Bates, McCarthy made eight saves.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:16 am

Women's soccer earns 1-1 tie at Wesleyan

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- The Bates women's soccer team tied for the second time in as many NESCAC games this season, playing host Wesleyan University to a 1-1 draw on Saturday.

Senior captain Leah Humes (Beaconsfield, Quebec) scored in the 15th minute to lift Bates (3-1-2, 0-0-2 NESCAC) into a 1-0 lead. Humes shot the ball under the crossbar after getting a long cross pass from first-year Olivia Amdur (Chicago, Ill.). Humes assumed the team goals lead with three on the play, while Amdur became Bates' assist leader with three.

Sarah Sylla evened the game late in the first half, knocking in the rebound after Bates sophomore goalie Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) saved a header sent at Bates' goal by Lauren Goetzman.

McCarthy finished with 11 saves for Bates, while Wesleyan's Meghan Hanan totaled six. The teams were even in shot attempts, 20-20, but the Cardinals put 12 of their shots on goal, compared to seven for Bates.

The two teams played a scoreless second half. The best Cardinal chance of the period came with 29:48 left on a free kick by senior Madeline Keane from the top of the box. She rocketed a shot at McCarthy, who bobbled the save but corralled the rebound.

The Bobcats a strong chance in the final two minutes when Humes ticketed one for the lower right corner, but Hanan made a sprawling stop.

The Cardinals had the two best chances to score in the first overtime, both off the foot of Victoria Matthews. The first one came 1:30 into the OT with a rocket from 20 yards that McCarthy knocked down. The second came with 5:10 left from about 15 yards and the rebound save got away from the goalie, but the Cards were not able to follow up.

Matthews had one more opportunity in the second overtime on a breakaway with 5:04. Her attempt to tuck the ball past the diving McCarthy into the right corner hit the post. Bates had a last gasp attempt with a corner kick in the final minute, but the ball into the box by junior Erin Shea (Marshfield, Mass.) was cleared by the Wesleyan defense.

Bates stays on the road to play at conference-leading Williams (6-0, 5-0) on Sunday, starting at 11am.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:44 am

No. 2 Ephs deal women's soccer their first NESCAC loss, 2-0

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- No. 2 nationally ranked Williams received goals from Kristi Kirshe in both halves, both of them assisted by Crystal Lewin, which propelled the Ephs to a 2-0 New England Small College Athletic Conference victory over the visiting Bates women's soccer team on Sunday.

The Bobcats (3-2-2, 0-1-2 NESCAC) hung in well against the Ephs (7-0-0, 6-0-0 NESCAC) despite an 18-5 disadvantage in shots taken. Sophomore goalie Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) helped out Bates' cause with seven saves.

Sophomores Hannah Behringer (Old Lyme, Conn.) and Julia Rosen (Springfield, Ill.) both put shots on goal for the Bobcats, leading to Williams goalie Tressa Palcheck's two saves in the game.

Next up for the Bobcats will be a NESCAC game against Trinity on Saturday at 11am, part of Back to Bates Weekend. UMaine-Fort Kent will visit on Sunday at 1pm for a non-conference game.

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