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Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:21 pm

Schedule:

Schedule 2015-2016
Date Time Opponent Location
Tue. 9/8 8 p.m. Maine Maritime Academy Castine, Maine
Sat. 9/12 3 p.m. Tufts Medford, Mass.
Sun. 9/13 2 p.m. Wheaton Norton, Mass.
Sat. 9/19 1:30 p.m. Williams (Men's soccer alumni weekend)
Sun. 9/20 2:30 p.m. Connecticut College (Men's soccer alumni weekend)
Sat. 9/26 1:30 p.m. Trinity
Mon. 9/28 7 p.m. Thomas (Harold Alfond Stadium)
Sat. 10/3 11 a.m. Middlebury Middlebury, Vt.
Wed. 10/7 7:45 p.m. Husson (Harold Alfond Stadium)
Sat. 10/10 11 a.m. Wesleyan Middletown, Conn.
Tue. 10/13 4 p.m. U. New England Biddeford, Maine
Sat. 10/17 1:30 p.m. Amherst
Tue. 10/20 3 p.m. Bowdoin Brunswick, Maine
Sat. 10/24 1:30 p.m. Hamilton Clinton, N.Y.
Wed. 10/28 8 p.m. Bates (Harold Alfond Stadium)
Sat. 10/31 12 p.m. NESCAC Quarterfinal TBD

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:52 am

Makowski, Williams on men’s soccer staff

WATERVILLE, Maine — A former professional soccer goalkeeper who was also an NCAA Division I assistant coach and a former MVP on the Division I Syracuse University soccer team are joining Colby College’s men’s soccer coaching staff this fall under head coach Ewan Seabrook.

Chris Makowski was a four-year player on defense for the Syracuse Orange, and Matt Williams played goalkeeper for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats before a pro career in goal for the United Soccer League’s Dayton (Ohio) Dutch Lions from 2012 through 2014. Williams will coach Colby’s goalies.

Makowski, a 2015 graduate of Syracuse, was a team MVP as a sophomore after helping lead the Orangemen to a 14-6-1 record. He played more minutes than any of his teammates at Syracuse during the 2012 and 2013 seasons and was a co-captain in 2013. Makowski earned his bachelor’s degree from Syracuse’s School of Education and was a team representative in the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC).

Williams was an assistant coach last year at Wright State University while playing for the Dayton pro team. He was the USL’s goalkeeper of the week 10 times and was the league leader in saves two years in a row.

As a student at the University of Cincinnati Williams earned Big East All-Conference Third Team honors in 2010 after posting nine shutouts and playing every minute in net for the Bearcats. He also was on the Big East All-Academic Team during his time at Cincinnati. He had 20 shutouts in his Bearcat career.

Before college Williams was an all-state goalkeeper at Cheverus High School in Portland, Maine, posting a 0.47 goals against average as a senior. He was an assistant coach at Cheverus in 2011 and 2012.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:42 am

2015-2016 Fall Roster

No. Name Position High School Hometown
Jansen Aoyama '19 Defender Harriton High Sch Lower Merion Narberth, Pa.
Dan Carlson '19 Goalie Middlesex School Littleton, Mass.
Garrett Dickey '19 Eaglecrest High School Centennial, Colo.
Kyle Douglas '19 Forward Loomis Chaffee School Windsor, Conn.
Richie Gutierrez '19 Midfielder Scarsdale High School Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Benjamin Hartheimer '19 Goalie Edmund Burke School Washington, D.C.
David Howarth '19 Midfielder Moorestown Friends School Cinnaminson, N.J.
Grady Jendzejec '19 Defender Horace Greeley High School Chappaqua, N.Y.
Wyett MacDonald '19 Forward Kimball Union Academy Plainfield, N.H.
Andrew Mitchell '19 Forward Home School Clearing House Walpole, N.H.
Tyler Mulberry '19 Loomis Chaffee School Middletown, Conn.
5 Daniel Vogel '16 Noble and Greenough School Lexington, Mass.
8 Chandler Smith '18 Defender Yarmouth High School Yarmouth, Maine
12 Ben Ach '17 Glenbrook South High School Glenview, Ill.
13 John Pappas '18 Forward Westminster School West Simsbury, Conn.
14 Jeffrey Rosenberg '19 Forward Walt Whitman High School Bethesda, Md.
15 Aaron Liu '16 Midfielder Staples High School Westport, Conn.
16 Jacob Tower '19 Defender Sammamish High School Bellevue, Wash.
17 Connor Benjamin '18 Defender Medway High School Medway, Mass.
18 Cam Clouse '19 Defender Worcester Academy Holliston, Mass.
20 Evan Dwyer '18 Defender Unionville High School West Chester, Pa.
21 Tim Stanton '16 Defender Newton North High School Newtonville, Mass.
22 Brandon Fahlberg '17 Forward Lowell High School Lowell, Mass.
24 Jefferey Lin '19 Midfielder Rivers School Natick, Mass.
25 Max Brown '19 Forward Champlain Valley Union HS Williston, Vt.
27 Luke Andrews '17 Defender Falmouth High School Cumberland, Maine
28 Andrew D'Anieri '18 Defender Wellesley High School Wellesley, Mass.
29 Aidan Black '18 Forward Greely High School Cumberland Center, Maine
30 Christian Arita '19 Midfielder St Luke's School Norwalk, Conn.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:53 am

Young men’s soccer team set for opener

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College men’s soccer team used a stingy defense a year ago to make a return to the New England Small College Athletic Conference playoffs under second-year head coach Ewan Seabrook.

The Mules, despite losing some key starters to graduation, will hope for more improvement when the 2015 season begins with an 8 p.m. away game at Maine Maritime Academy on Tuesday. The game will be webcast at http://portal.stretchinternet.com/mma/

Colby will carry 19 first-year players on the 32-man roster. The Mules have just three seniors, four juniors, and six sophomores.

Colby allowed just 13 goals in 16 games, finishing 7-6-3 overall and 3-5-2 in the NESCAC. The Mules were a respectable 4-2-1 at home and 3-4-2 in road games.

Colby’s defense was among the best in the conference. The Mules were third in the league in conference goals against average (0.85), trailing only national champion Tufts University (0.37) and Middlebury College (0.83).

The Mules saved the best for last a year ago, finishing 2-1-2 in the final five games and allowed only one goal. Colby posted shutouts of Connecticut College (0-0), Hamilton College (0-0), and then won the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin (CBB) title with wins against Bowdoin College (1-0) and Bates College (2-0). The Mules ended the season with a tough 1-0 NESCAC playoff loss at second-seeded Amherst College.

Colby senior captains Tim Stanton and Dan Vogel will lead the young team. Vogel, a midfielder this year, was tied for third in scoring with two goals and two assists, while Stanton added one goal and one assist. Stanton will be in charge of the defense.

Chandler Smith started 15 of Colby’s 16 games on defense and added a pair of goals. Evan Dwyer (1 goal, 2 assists) started in 11 games, Luke Andrews (2 assists) had eight starts in back, and Aaron Liu made six starts. Connor Benjamin also saw time on defense and sophomore Andrew D’Anieri will look for playing time.

Seabrook recruited some tall first-year backs. Garrett Dickey (6-foot-7), Jacob Tower (6-6), and Cam Clouse (6-3) give the Mules size on defense with Stanton (6-3). Jansen Aoyoma and Grady Jendzejec are two other first-year defenders.

The Mules have three first-year goalkeepers in Ben Hartheimer, Dan Carlson, and Tyler Mulberry. Sophomore John Pappas played 267 minutes in goal last year, but will move to the forward line to help Colby’s offense.

Goal scoring will be the difference maker for the Mules. Colby could have approached nine or 10 wins last year with some timely goals. The Mules had the two 0-0 overtime ties and also lost three 1-0 games.

Brandon Fahlberg (1 goal, 2 assists), Ben Ach, and Aidan Black return to the team and will play forward spots. The Mules will look for goals from first-years Kyle Douglas, Wyett MacDonald, Andrew Mitchell, Jeff Rosenberg, Max Brown, and Cole Turissini.

Vogel moves into the midfield along with returner Fred Randall (1 goal). First-years Richie Gutierrez, David Howarth, Jefferey Lin, Christian Arita, and Lucas Pereira will look to make an immediate impact.

After the Maine Maritime opener, Colby heads into a brutal two-game road trip to Massachusetts. The Mules play at defending national champion and top-ranked Tufts on Saturday at 3 p.m. Colby then heads to 22nd-ranked Wheaton College for a 2 p.m. game Sunday.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:58 am

Men’s soccer opens with win over Mariners

CASTINE, Maine — Kyle Douglas and Jeff Rosenberg scored their first collegiate goals in their Colby College debut in a 2-0 non-conference victory over Maine Maritime Academy on Tuesday night.

The Mules (1-0 overall) warmed up for a big weekend of action against two ranked teams. Colby plays at top-ranked and defending national champion Tufts University at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Mules stay in Massachusetts and take on 22nd-ranked Wheaton College on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Rosenberg had three of Colby’s 12 shots and all were on goal. He scored with just 6:23 to play on a low, left-footed shot to the right corner. Lucas Pereira had his first collegiate assist when he pushed a short ball to Rosenberg.

After a scoreless first half when both teams combined for just eight shots, Douglas scored just 57 seconds into the second half off passes from junior Brandon Fahlberg and first-year David Howarth. Fahlberg took a pass from Howarth and his cross found Douglas for the score.

Sophomore goalkeeper John Pappas was credited with just one save to earn the shutout. MMA goalie Marshall Spear had all five of his saves in the second half.

The Mules had an 8-2 shot advantage in the second half, with seven of the eight shots on goal.

Colby 2, Maine Maritime 0
Colby 0#2—2
MMA 0#0—-0
Scoring
2nd half
C: Kyle Douglas (Brandon Fahlberg, David Howarth), 45:57
C: Jeff Rosenberg (Lucas Pereira), 83:38

Shots: Colby 12, MMA 6. Corner kicks: Colby 6, MMA 3. Fouls: Colby 12, MMA 8; Goalies: John Pappas (Colby, 90:00, 0 GA,1 save); Marshall Spear (MMA, 90:00, 2 GA, 5 saves).
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:42 pm

Men’s soccer battles in loss to No. 1 Tufts
September 12, 2015

SOMERVILLE, Mass. — The Colby College men’s soccer team held top-ranked Tufts University to just 12 shots and the Mules had a corner kick advantage in a 2-0 loss to the Jumbos on Saturday.

The Mules are 1-1 overall and 0-1 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. Colby will play at 22nd-ranked Wheaton College on Sunday at 2 p.m.
The Jumbos had a 12-5 shot advantage, but the Mules had a 7-3 margin in corner kicks. Tufts won the shots (19-6) and corner kicks (10-0) battle by wide margins last year at Colby.
Tufts (2-0, 1-0 NESCAC) scored two goals in less than three minutes to put Colby in a tough situation. The Jumbos allowed just 0.37 goals against last year in winning the NCAA title.
Nathan Majumder scored off a header at 16:40 and Connor Brown added the second goal at 19:10.
John Pappas stopped three shots in goal for Colby.
Tufts 2, Colby 0
Colby 0#0—0
Tufts 2#0—-2
Scoring summary
1st half
T: Nathan Majumder (Rui Pinheiro), 16:40
T: Connor Brown (Monil Patel), 19:10
Shots: Colby 5, Tufts 12. Corner kicks: Colby 7, Tufts 3. Fouls: Colby 13, Tufts 10. Goalies: John Pappas (Colby, 90:00, 2 GA, 3 saves); Scott Greenwood (Tufts, 90:00, 0 GA, 1 save).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 14, 2015 10:07 am

Men’s soccer falls to No. 22 Wheaton

NORTON, Mass. — The Colby College men’s soccer team played a second straight ranked opponent Sunday and fell 2-0 to 22nd-ranked Wheaton College in non-conference play.

Colby (1-2 overall) got a feel for back-to-back games heading into next weekend’s conference games. The Mules play host to Williams College at 1:30 p.m. Saturday and then face Connecticut College at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
The Mules opened the weekend with a 2-0 loss against top-ranked Tufts University on Saturday.
Colby and Wheaton were scoreless at halftime, but Noah Kossoff had a part in both second-half goals. He scored unassisted at 61:34 and had the assist on the goal by Amara Sesay with just 10:02 left in the game.
Dan Carlson had his first collegiate start in goal and finished with six saves for Colby. James Bailey had the shutout with one stop.
While Wheaton had a 13-6 shot advantage, Colby did end with an 8-5 edge in corner kicks.
Wheaton 2, Colby 0
Colby 0#0—0
Wheaton 0#2—2
Scoring summary
2nd half
W: Noah Kossoff, 61:34
W: Amara Sesay (Noah Kossoff), 79:58
Shots: Colby 6, Wheaton 13. Corner kicks: Colby 8, Wheaton 5. Total fouls: Colby 17, Wheaton 12. Goalies: Dan Carlson (Colby, 90:00, 2 GA, 6 saves); James Bailey (Wheaton, 90:00, 0 GA, 1 save).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:51 am

Captains help men’s soccer beat Ephs in OT

WATERVILLE, Maine — Senior captains Tim Stanton and Dan Vogel ended a long losing streak in dramatic fashion after the two combined on an overtime goal with just 31 seconds to play in the second extra session in a 2-1 victory over Williams College on Saturday.

Colby moves to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in league play heading into Sunday’s 2:30 p.m. NESCAC game with Connecticut College. The Ephs (2-2, 1-1) also play Sunday at Bowdoin in a noon start.

The Mules earned one of the program’s biggest victories in many years under second-year head coach Ewan Seabrook.

Since the NESCAC started the playoff system in 2000, Colby was 0-14-1 against Williams and had scored just two goals in those games. The Mules had never scored a goal in eight home games. The tie was 0-0 during the 2008 season.

First-year Jeff Rosenberg got that first goal at home to tie the contest in the second half. However, it was the two senior captains who connected at the right time along with first-year Cam Clouse.

Vogel’s corner kick from the right side near the parking lot area at the Colby Soccer Field was flicked on by Clouse and headed in by Stanton, who was not well marked despite being 6-foot-3.

Rosenberg’s goal with 12:20 left in regulation was his second of the young season and was set up by junior Brandon Fahlberg.

Williams had its goal with just 1:10 to play in the opening half. Mohammed Rashid took a pass from Brandon Dory.

Both goalies had fine stops in regulation and overtime. John Pappas made eight saves for the Mules, while Christian Alcorn stopped nine for Williams.

Alcorn pulled a ball off the line in the first overtime session off another fine corner kick from Vogel. The ball was redirected and somehow Alcorn was able to dive back and keep the ball from going across the line. The Mules began to celebrate only to see play resume.
Colby 2, Williams 1, 2 OT
Williams 1#0#0#0—1
Colby 0#1#0#1—2
1st half
W: Mohammed Rashid (Brandon Dory), 43:50
2nd half
C: Jeff Rosenberg, 77:40
2nd OT
C: Tim Stanton (Cam Clouse, Dan Vogel), 109:29
Shots: Williams 12, Colby 11. Corner kicks: Williams 6, Colby 4. Goalies: Christian Alcorn (Williams, 109:29, 2 GA, 9 saves); John Pappas (Colby, 109:29, 1 GA, 8 saves).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:52 am

Wild first half for men’s soccer in loss

WATERVILLE, Maine — Connecticut College and Colby College combined for six goals in the first half as the Camels went on to a 5-2 NESCAC men’s soccer victory on Sunday.

Chris Lockwood had one goal and two assists for the Camels, while Mark Leon had two goals. Pat Devlin and Colin Patch had the other goals for Conn College (3-2 overall, 1-2 NESCAC).
Lucas Pereira scored his first collegiate goal for the Mules (2-3 overall, 1-2 NESCAC). Colby had the other score on an own goal by the Camels.
Lockwood put the Camels on top for good at 9:10 of the first half when he volleyed in a cross from Matthew Bitchell. Leon followed with his first goal of the game from Lockwood at 19:25 on a tap-in.
The Mules cut the lead to 2-1 thanks to the own goal by Conn College. A long throw-in by Cam Clouse was mistakenly headed by a Camel player into his own net at 21:10.
Leon and Lockwood connected again just a minute later on Leon’s second goal for a 3-1 margin. Lockwood hit the crossbar on his shot and was immediately headed in by Leon.
Pereira had a left-footed shot for his score at 26:11 to make it 3-2, but the Camels had the final goal of the half at 39:50 from Devin on a breakaway.
Patch closed out the scoring at 57:12 when the Mules were unable to make a clear out of their own defensive end.
Austin DaCunha stopped four shots for the Camels. John Pappas made six saves for the Mules.
Connecticut College 5, Colby 2
Conn College 4#1–5
Colby 2#0–2
Scoring summary
1st half
Conn: Chris Lockwood (Matthew Bitchell), 9:10
Conn: Mark Leon (Chris Lockwood), 19:25
Colby: own goal by Conn, 21:10
Conn: Mark Leon (Chris Lockwood), 22:10
Colby: Lucas Pereira, 26:11
Conn: Pat Devlin, 39:51
2nd half
Conn: Colin Patch, 57:12
Shots: Conn College 12, Colby 15. Corner kicks: Conn College 7, Colby 9. Goalies: Austin DaCunha (Conn College, 90:00, 2 GA, 4 saves); John Pappas (Colby, 90:00, 5 GA, 6 saves).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:26 am

Men’s soccer settles for tie with Trinity

WATERVILLE, Maine — After more than 80 minutes of scoreless play, Colby College and Trinity College combined for two goals in a span of 3:17 as the teams settled for a 1-1 overtime tie in NESCAC men’s soccer Saturday.

Colby moved to 2-3-1 overall and 1-2-1 in the league, while Trinity stands at 2-3-2 overall and 0-3-1 in conference play.
The Mules struck first on another big goal from senior co-captain Tim Stanton. He scored the overtime winner last Saturday in a 2-1 victory over Williams. Stanton once again scored off a corner kick, this time by Chandler Smith, at 81:09.
Cody Savonen tied the game at 1-1 when he took a pass from Mark Perrault for the equalizer.
Colby goalkeeper Dan Carlson stopped six shots, while Trinity’s Mateo Zabala made five saves.
Colby will play host to local rival Thomas College at Harold Alfond Stadium on Monday at 7 p.m. Trinity heads to Connecticut College for a league game at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Colby 1, Trinity 1, 2 OT
Trinity 0#1#0#0—1
Colby 0#1#0#0—1
Scoring summary
2nd half
C: Tim Stanton (Chandler Smith), 81:09
T: Cody Savonen (Mark Perrault), 84:26
Shots: Trinity 12, Colby 10. Corner kicks: Trinity 5, Colby 6. Goalies: Mateo Zabala (Trinity, 110:00, 1 GA, 5 saves); Dan Carlson (Colby, 110:00, 1 GA, 6 saves).

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