Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

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Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:10 pm

Schedule:

SEPTEMBER
Tue. 8 at U. of New England 7:30 PM
Sat. 12 at Amherst * 2:30 PM
Sat. 19 Wesleyan (Conn.) * 12:00 PM Live stats
Sun. 20 Williams * 12:00 PM Live stats
Wed. 23 at Bates * 8:00 PM
Sat. 26 Middlebury * 11:30 AM Live stats
Wed. 30 at Husson 7:30 PM Live stats | Video

OCTOBER
Sun. 4 Elms 11:00 AM Live stats
Tue. 6 Southern Me. 4:00 PM Live stats
Sat. 10 at Trinity (Conn.) * 1:30 PM
Mon. 12 Babson 1:00 PM Live stats
Sat. 17 Hamilton * 2:00 PM Live stats
Tue. 20 Colby * 3:00 PM Live stats
Sat. 24 at Connecticut Col. * 2:00 PM
Wed. 28 at Tufts * 2:30 PM
* Conference
Bowdoin: http://athletics.bowdoin.edu/sports/mso ... 6/schedule
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:36 am

2015 Bowdoin Men's Soccer Roster

No Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School
1 Kyle Gurtowski '16 GK 6-2 190 Ridgefield, Conn. / Ridgefield
2 Nick DiStefano '18 M 5-5 136 Wilmington, Mass. / Phillips Academy
3 CJ Masterson '19 F 5-9 163 Barrington, R.I. / Northfield Mount Hermon
4 Hunter Miller '16 M 5-10 160 Aurora, Ill. / Benet Academy
5 Matt Dias Costa '17 M 5-7 153 Natick, Mass. / Rivers School
6 Colton Hall '16 M 5-9 152 Farmington, Maine / Mt. Blue
7 Austin Downing '17 B 5-10 159 Scarborough, Maine / Scarborough
8 Nabil Odulate '16 B 6-0 166 Ellicott City, Md. / Friends School
9 Andrew Jones '16 M 5-10 174 Scarborough, Maine / Scarborough
10 Connor Keefe '16 F 6-3 189 San Diego, Calif. / St. Augustine
11 Sam Ward '18 M 6-0 172 Wellesley Hills, Mass. / Saint Marks School
12 Ethan Ellsworth '18 M 5-9 150 Greenlawn, N.Y. / Chaminade
13 Kiefer Solarte '16 B 5-7 131 Littleton, Colo. / Kent-Denver
14 Jake Stenquist '19 M 5-10 162 Hudson, Mass. / Rivers School
15 Moctar Niang '19 M 6-2 173 New York, NY / Dwight School
16 Wilson MacMillan '18 M 5-9 164 Fairbault, Minn. / Hyde School
17 Ben Ginzberg '18 B 6-0 159 New York, NY / Dalton School
18 Cedric Charlier '17 F 6-2 207 Baltimore, Md. / Friends School
19 Michael Eppler '17 B 6-1 190 Bethesda, Md. / Georgetown Day School
20 Jai Kawale '18 M 5-9 159 Toronto, Ont. / Upper Canada College
21 Matty McColl '19 B 6-2 185 Victoria, B.C. / Saint Michaels University School
22 Ben Citrin '16 M 6-0 184 Chevy Chase, Md. / Sidwell Friends
24 Noah Safian '17 GK 6-0 193 Woodbridge, Conn. / Amity Regional
25 Patrick Kearon '17 B 6-3 183 Royersford, Pa. / Hill School
26 Charles Andrascik '19 B 6-1 182 Ottawa, Ont. / Nepean
27 Riley Bubb '18 B 5-11 163 Fort Wayne, Ind. / Bishop Luers
28 Levi Morant '19 F 6-3 166 Bedford, NY / Hackley School
29 Stevie Van Siclen '18 GK 6-2 204 Carlisle, Mass. / The Rivers School
Head Coach: Scott Wiercinski
Assistant Coach: Peter Mills
Captains: Andrew Jones, Nabil Odulate, Kiefer Solarte
Athletic Trainer: Megan Thompson
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:48 am

Men's Soccer Opens 2015 Season with Seven Goal Shutout at UNE

BIDDEFORD, Maine – The Bowdoin men's soccer team opened the 2015 season with a seven goal performance at the University of New England on Tuesday night.

The Polar Bears (1-0) scored a pair of goals in the first half of play and added five in the second frame to shutout the Nor'Easters (1-2) in Tuesday's non-conference matchup.

How It Happened

Connor Keefe scored the first goal of the game just 4:04 into the contest, heading the ball past UNE goalie Elijah Leverett off a feed from Andrew Jones in the right corner.
Jones added two goals of his own, coming at 17:31 and 52:22, accounting for the Polar Bears second and fourth goals of the game. Jones' first goal came off a feed from Matt Dias Costa in the center while the second was a one-timer from Dias Costa and Austin Downing.
Moctar Niang scored his first collegiate goal at 49:42 as he headed in a corner kick from the left side.
Hunter Miller had a pair of assists for Bowdoin, feeding the ball to Niang for the team's third goal of the game, and again feeding Cedric Charlier at 65:10 off a UNE turnover.
Riley Bubb scored with 7:05 remaining after collecting a rebound and tucking a shot inside the right post.
Nick DiStefano closed out the night's scoring with a successful penalty kick with less than three minutes to play.
Bowdoin outshot UNE 20-4 with a 9-3 edge in corner kicks.
Leverett made four saves for the Nor'Easters with Stevie Van Siclen making one stop for Bowdoin.

Up Next

Bowdoin travels to Amherst for a Saturday rematch of last year's NESCAC Championship game. Bowdoin secured the 2014 NESCAC title after holding Amherst scoreless through regulation and double overtime, while edging out their hosts 5-4 in a PK shootout. Saturday's game is set to begin at 2:30 p.m.
UNE hosts Endicott on September 9 with a 3:30 p.m. start in the Nor'Easters conference opener.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:39 pm

Amherst Tops Men's Soccer in 1-0 Decision

AMHERST, Mass. – After opening with over 80 minutes of scoreless play, the Amherst men's soccer team came away with the 1-0 win over Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon.

The Jeffs (2-0, 1-0 NESCAC) revenge last year's NESCAC Championship final loss to Bowdoin (1-1, 0-1 NESCAC), who captured the 2014 title in a penalty kick shootout victory over Amherst a year ago.

How It Happened

Amherst outshot Bowdoin 6-2 in the opening half, forcing Bowdoin keeper Stevie Van Siclen to make one save to preserve the deadlock.
The Jeffs held a 3-1 edge in corner kicks through the opening 45 minutes, and ended the game with a 6-3 advantage.
Cameron Bean broke the scoreless duel off a feed from Jackson Lehnhart 80:54 into the match.
First-year CJ Masterson took a team-high three shots for Bowdoin. Cedric Charlier took a pair of shots, including one on goal.
Van Siclen made three saves for Bowdoin, one more than his counterpart Thomas Bull stopped for Amherst.
Up Next

Bowdoin hosts Wesleyan on September 19 at 12:00 p.m. in a return to NESCAC action. The game will be the Polar Bears' home opener.
Amherst travels to Western New England for a midweek game on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:40 am

Odulate's Overtime Game-Winner Lifts Men's Soccer Over Wesleyan

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Nabil Odulate scored the game winner with less than five minutes remaining in the second overtime to lift the Bowdoin College men's soccer team to a 2-1 win over Wesleyan in its home opener Saturday at Pickard Field.

The Polar Bears improve to 2-1-0 (1-1-0 NESCAC) while the Cardinals fall to 2-2-0 (0-1-0 NESCAC).

How It Happened

The game was a tale of two halves as the Polar Bears controlled the opening period (8-4 shot advantage) before the Cardinals rallied in the second half (9-7 shot advantage).
After establishing the pace of play in the first half and missing on several close chances, Bowdoin converted shortly before halftime. CJ Masterson played a perfect cross across the goal mouth to Matt Dias Costa, who headed home the game's first goal at 37:30.
Wesleyan settled in and came out firing in the second half, and had several opportunities to even the score that skipped just wide of net.
With under 11 minutes to play Wesleyan finally found the equalizer as Brandon Sousa played a corner kick through the box to Chris Kafina, who headed it inside the back post at 79:58.
Neither team could find the game-winner in regulation and Wesleyan held a 3-0 advantage in shots in the first extra session.
Midway through the second ten-minute OT session, Wesleyan's Ben Toulette was given a yellow card just outside the left side of the penalty area, setting up a Bowdoin free kick.
Sam Ward played the free kick into the box, where it skipped through traffic to senior back Nabil Odulate, who toed it home for the game-winner.
Both goalies enjoyed well-played contests as Jack Katkavich made four saves for the Cardinals and Stevie Van Siclen notched seven stops for the Polar Bears.
Shots were dead-even at 16-16 while Wesleyan had a slight 5-3 edge in corner kicks.
Up Next

Bowdoin will have a quick turnaround to tomorrow as they will host Williams in a 12:00 p.m. start at Pickard Field.
Wesleyan will return to action on Wednesday at Western New England at 4:00 p.m.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:41 am

Williams Edges Bowdoin in One-Goal Men's Soccer Decision

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Gregory Andreou scored the game-winning goal with 15:45 remaining to give the Williams College men's soccer team a 1-0 win at Bowdoin on Sunday afternoon.

The Ephs rebound from a Saturday loss at Colby to improve to 3-2-0 (2-1-0 NESCAC) while the Polar Bears now stand at 2-2-0 (1-2-0) after tipping Wesleyan in OT on Saturday.

How It Happened

Williams controlled the pace of play through most of the opening half, holding a 6-1 advantage in shots.
The Ephs' best chance came off the foot of Sean Dory 11 minutes into the period from the top of the box that forced a diving stop by Bowdoin goaltender Stevie Van Siclen.
Bowdoin responded by setting the tone in the second half, earning a 9-4 advantage in shots.
CJ Masterson made a bid to break the tie in the 55th minute but his shot was saved by Christian Alcorn, who stopped six shots in the second half.
Williams finally broke through in the 75th minute when Mohammed Rashid played a free kick from the about 30 yards out. The skipped through defenders to the foot of Andreou, who tapped it past an oncoming Van Siclen to give the Ephs the lead.
Bowdoin had a pair of good late chances - headers by Levi Morant and Connor Keefe, but Alcorn was up to the task to secure the win for the visitors.
For the game, Alcorn made six stops (all in the second half) while Van Siclen made three.
Shots were even at 10-10 for the contest. Each team also had three corner kicks.
Up Next

Bowdoin will return to action on Wednesday night with a conference game at Bates (8:00 p.m.).
Williams is off until next Saturday when they host Amherst (1:00 p.m.)

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 24, 2015 5:23 am

Bowdoin and Bates Play To Scoreless Draw in Men's Soccer

LEWISTON, Maine - The Bowdoin and Bates men's soccer teams played to a scoreless draw on Wednesday evening, 0-0, under the lights at Garcelon Field.

The Polar Bears stand at 2-2-1 (1-2-1 NESCAC) while the Bobcats move to 4-0-1 (1-0-1 NESCAC).

How It Happened

Bowdoin dominated the pace of play and had the better of the chances on the night, holding a 21-10 advantage in shots including an 8-2 lead in shots on goal.
The Polar Bears also held a 13-2 edge in corner kicks for the game.
Bates goaltender Sam Polito made eight saves to preserve the tie for the hosts, including a pair of saves early in overtime. Politio dove to stop a hard shot by Andrew Jones and then got a piece of Levi Morant's rebound.
Bowdoin also hit a pair of posts in the game.
Stevie Van Siclen and the Polar Bear defense did its part, holding Bates off the scoreboard. Van Siclen made two saves.
It is the second year in a row the teams fought into double overtime; the Polar Bears won 2-1 in extra time a year ago, their fifth straight win against Bates. The teams last tied on Sept. 18, 2010, a 0-0 result.
Up Next

The Polar Bears will return to action on Saturday with their fourth NESCAC game in seven days as they host Middlebury at 11:30.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:24 am

Men's Soccer Plays to a Scoreless Draw Against Panthers

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Bowdoin and Middlebury played 110 minutes of scoreless men's soccer concluding in a 0-0 tie on Saturday afternoon on Pickard Field.

The Polar Bears (2-2-2, 1-2-2 NESCAC) play to their second 0-0 tie in as many games, while the Panthers (4-1-1, 1-1-1 NESCAC) were held scoreless for just the second time this season.

How It Happened

Connor Keefe had a pair of promising looks in the opening half, ringing a shot off the left post 10 minutes into action and beating the goalie with eight minutes left, but was unable to convert.
Middlebury came out with a promising scoring opportunity in the first three minutes of the second half with a service by Deklan Robinson that was punched out by Stevie Van Siclen. Jeremy Barovick collected the rebound and sent his shot wide right as the game remained scoreless.
Van Siclen denied Middlebury's Greg Conrad of a bid as the Bowdoin sophomore dove to preserve the shutout with 25 minutes left to play. Van Siclen came up with another big save for the Polar Bears as Kirk Horton headed the ball on net following a corner kick feed from Adam Glaser in the 81st minute.
Greg Sydor made four stops for the Panthers, including one in each overtime to keep Bowdoin off the board. Van Siclen tallied six total stops for the Polar Bears, making one save in overtime.
Bowdoin outshot the visitors 15-11, with both teams taking five corner kicks.
Up Next

Middlebury hosts Hamilton in NESCAC action on Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.
Bowdoin travels to Husson on Wednesday evening for a 7:30 p.m. contest.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:36 am

Men's Soccer Comes Alive in Five-Goal Victory Over Elms

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College men's soccer team broke its scoring drought in a big way, cruising to a 5-0 win over Elms on Sunday afternoon.

The Polar Bears, who had not scored a goal since September 19 against Wesleyan (despite managing to go 0-1-2 during the stretch) improved to 3-2-2 on the season. The Blazers fall to 2-8-0 on the year with the loss.

How It Happened

Bowdoin wasted little time as Cedric Charlier found the back of the net just 1:17 into the contest. Off a corner kick, Sam Ward played a service into the box that found the head of Moctar Niang. The bouncing ball found the foot of Charlier, who banged it home for an early Polar Bear lead.
Bowdoin continued to control the pace of play and converted again in the ninth minute as Hunter Miller put home a Kiefer Solarte feed to double the lead.
Levi Morant added a goal in the 27th minute from Charlier to give the Polar Bears a 3-0 lead at intermission
Elms' best chance of the contest came in the 40th minute when CJ Dabkowski ripped a shot on goal following a corner kick. Bowdoin's Stevie Van Siclen was up to the task, however, preserving the shutout
Sophomores Wilson MacMillan and Jai Kawale both notched their first career goals in the second half for Bowdoin
Christian Kostka made five saves (allowing three goals) in the opening half for Elms before giving way to Nicholson Pennant in the second period. Pennant stopped four shots and permitted two goals
Van Siclen made one save in the first 82:10 of play before giving way to Kyle Gurtowski, who was not tested over the final 7:50
Up Next

Bowdoin will return to action on Tuesday night with a home game against Southern Maine at 4:00 p.m.
Elms hosts Westfield State in its next game on Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 07, 2015 5:45 am

Men's Soccer Tames Huskies in Tuesday Non-Conference Win

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College men's soccer team scored three goals in the second half to pull away from the University of Southern Maine on Tuesday afternoon at Pickard Field, 4-0.

The Polar Bears move to 4-2-2 this season while the Huskies fall to 1-8-1 overall.

How It Happened

Bowdoin controlled the majority of the first half but found the back of the net just once as a nice feed from Sam Ward set up Hunter Miller, who chipped a shot over oncoming USM goaltender Simon Hulbert at 10:25.
Andrew Jones rang one attempt off the cross bar in Bowdoin's next best chance to score as the Polar Bears held a 15-1 shot advantage in the first half
Hulbert did his best to keep the Huskies in the contest, making 12 saves, including a diving stop on CJ Masterson in the second period
The flood gates opened for Bowdoin in the final 27 minutes as the Polar Bears scored a trio of goals to seal the win
Jake Stenquist's first career goal came at 63:37 from Nick DeStefano
Colton Hall found the back of the net from CJ Masterson at 78:34
Moctar Niang rounded out the scoring at 85:19
Stevie Van Siclen stopped the only shot he saw in the first half from USM's Ahmed Adnan
Bowdoin held an 8-0 advantage in corner kicks
Up Next

Bowdoin will return to NESCAC play with a match at Trinity on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
Southern Maine will get back to Little East play on Saturday at UMass-Dartmouth for a 1:00 p.m. kick-off

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