Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 29, 2015 6:13 am

Men’s soccer suffers overtime loss

WATERVILLE, Maine — The local rivalry between Colby College and Thomas College in men’s soccer added another wild game after the Terriers scored with 1:07 left in the second overtime for a 2-1 win.

Thomas moves to 5-3 overall and will play at New England College at noon Saturday. The Mules drop to 2-4-1 overalll.
DJ Nicholas scored on a wild scramble in front of the goal in overtime for Thomas.
Colby goalkeeper Dan Carlson seemed to have a beat on the ball in overtime, but somehow Nicholas was able to get a foot on the ball for the golden goal.
Willie Clemons scored the first goal for Thomas when he took a through ball from Nicholas for the goal.
Colby went up 2-1 at halftime on back-to-back goals. Jansen Aoyoma scored his first collegiate goal off a free kick to the far post at 6:21. Kyle Douglas followed with his second of the year at 30:26 when he volleyed in a shot.
Thomas tied the game at 2-2 when Clemons chested in a perfect pass from Tre Ming at 73:32. Ming was on the right sideline just inside the 30-yard-line.
Joakim Sternas and Jonathan Dutka combined for eight Thomas saves. Dan Carlson stopped seven shots for Colby.
Thomas 3, Colby 2, 2 OT
Thomas 1#1#0#1—3
Colby 2#0#0#0—2
1st half
T: Willie Clemons (DJ Nicholas), 6:21
C: Jansen Aoyoma, 29:43
C: Kyle Douglas (Luca Pereira), 30:26
2nd half
T: Willie Clemons (Tre Ming), 73:32
2nd overtime
T: DJ Nicholas, 108:07
Shots: Thomas 19, Colby 17. Corner kicks: Thomas 8, Colby 3. Goalies: Joakim Sternas (Thomas, 60:00, 2 GA, 5 saves) and Jonathan Dutka (Thomas, 48:07, 0 GA, 3 saves); Dan Carlson, 108:53, 3 GA, 7 saves.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:18 pm

Early goal hurts men’s soccer in loss

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Colby College men’s soccer team gave up an early goal and then had goalkeeper Dan Carlson go down a few minutes later with an injury in a 3-0 loss to Middlebury College on Saturday.

Colby drops to 2-5-1 overall and 1-3-1 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. The Panthers improve to 6-1-1 overall and 3-1-1 in the league.
Daniel O’Grady put Middlebury up 1-0 just 1:32 into the game when he headed in a cross from Adam Glaser.
Carlson was hurt at 6:30 of the first half when he came out to challenge on a ball. Carlson did have two saves during his brief outing. John Pappas took over for the Mules and made nine saves.
The Mules settled down quickly and only trailed 1-0 at intermission. Glaser got Middlebury’s second goal at 62:09 when he tapped in a long free kick by Deklan Robinson.
Kirk Horton closed out the scoring off a corner kick. Robinson and Tom Dils had assists on the play at 74:20.
Colby plays host to Husson University on Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. at Harold Alfond Stadium.
Middlebury 3, Colby 0
Colby 0#0—0
Middlebury 1#2—3
Scoring Summary
1st half
M: Daniel O’Grady (Adam Glaser), 1:32
2nd half
M: Adam Glaser (Deklan Robinson), 62:09
M: Kirk Horton (Deklan Robinson, Tom Dils), 74:20
Shots: Colby 5, Middlebury 23. Corner kicks: Colby 3, Middlebury 9. Total fouls: Colby 13, Middlebury 13. Goalies: Dan Carlson (Colby, 6:30, 1 GA, 2 saves), John Pappas (Colby, 83:30, 2 GA, 9 saves), Team (1 save); Greg Sydor (Middlebury, 90:00, 0 GA, 2 saves).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 08, 2015 5:41 am

Men’s soccer settles for tie with Husson, 0-0

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College men’s soccer team had a 7-1 advantage in shots in overtime, but Husson University held on for a 0-0 non-conference tie on Wednesday night at Harold Alfond Stadium.

Colby is 2-5-2 overall heading into Saturday’s game at Wesleyan University at 11 a.m. Husson is 6-3-1 overall and will play at Maine Maritime Academy on Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Colby’s best chance in the game came in the first overtime when Jansen Aoyoma (Narbeth, Pa.) had his long blast hit the left post and deflect back across the goal mouth.
The Mules had a 19-6 shot advantage and a 7-3 margin in corner kicks. Husson had four of its six shots in the opening half.
Colby first-year Tyler Mulberry (Middletown, Conn.) earned his first collegiate shutout in his first college game. He had to make only one save, but several times had to come out for balls in the air.
Husson goalkeeper Cody Gross (Fair Lawn, N.J.) had three of his six saves in overtime.
Colby 0, Husson 0, 2 OT
Husson 0#0#0#0—0
Colby 0#0#0#0—0
Shots: Husson 6, Colby 19. Corner kicks: Husson 3, Colby 7. Goalies: Cody Gross (H, 110:00, 0 GA, 6 saves); Tyler Mulberry (Colby, 110:00, 0 GA, 1 save).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:31 am

Men’s soccer drops road game at Wesleyan

MIDDLETOWN, Mass. — Colby College gave up early goals in each half in a 3-0 loss to Wesleyan University in New England Small College Athletic Conference men’s soccer Saturday.

The Mules drop to 2-6-2 overall and 1-4-1 in the league, while Wesleyan moves to 6-2-1 overall and 3-1-1 in the conference.
Adam Cowie-Haskell had a goal and an assist for the Cardinals. He started the scoring just 5:31 into the game on a blast into the lower left corner from five yards out after a pass from Max Jones.
Hans Erickson made it 2-0 at 26:56 on a shot from the top left corner of the box after a pass from Cowie-Haskell.
The Cardinals got their early goal just 2:53 into the second half from Chris Kafina, who redirected a shot from Teddy Lyons.
Dan Vogel, Chandler Smith, and Evan Dwyer all had two shots for the Mules. Vogel had the best chance with nine minutes left in the game on a free kick from 25 yards.
Colby will play at University of New England on Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Wesleyan 3, Colby 0
Colby 0#0—0
Wesleyan 2#1—3
Scoring summary
1st half
W: Adam Cowie-Haskell (Max Jones), 5:31
W: Hans Erickson (Adam Cowie-Haskell), 26:56
2nd half
W: Chris Kafina (Teddy Lyons), 47:53
Shots: Colby 11, Wesleyan 20. Corner kicks: Colby 2, Wesleyan 8. Goalies: Tyler Mulberry (Colby, 90:00, 3 GA, 8 saves); Jack Katkavich (Wesleyan, 68:57, 0 GA, 2 saves), Brian Harnett (Wesleyan, 12:40, 0 GA, 3 saves), Eric Jasinski (Wesleyan, 8:23, 0 GA, 0 saves).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:08 am

Men’s soccer takes shutout win over UNE, 2-0

BIDDEFORD, Maine — Jeff Rosenberg scored in the first half and Lucas Pereira added an insurance goal in the second half for the Colby College men’s soccer team in a 2-0 win at University of New England on Tuesday.

Dan Vogel continued his mastery on restart kicks with an assist on the first goal. Vogel sent in a long free kick from the right sideline that Rosenberg one-timed from in the front of the goal in the 27th minute.

Colby (3-6-2 overall) added an insurance goal early in the second half when Pereira converted a rebound off a saved shot by Grady Jendzejec. Rosenburg had started Jendzejec’s scoring opportunity with a pass from the left side of the goal.
The Mules controlled play for much of the match to take a 17-4 advantage in shots and 10-2 margin in corner kicks. Goalkeeper John Pappas needed a pair of saves to record the shutout.
Elijah Leverett and Jake Rostkowski split time in goal for UNE (2-11) and combined to make five stops.

Colby will entertain second-ranked Amherst College on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
Colby 2, UNE 0
Colby 1#1–2
UNE 0#0–0
Scoring summary
1st half
C: Jeff Rosenberg (Dan Vogel)
2nd half
C: Lucas Pereira (Grady Jendzejec)
Shots: Colby 17, UNE 4. Corner kicks: Colby 10, UNE 2. Goalies: John Pappas (Colby, 90:00, 0 GA, 2 saves); Elijah Leverett (UNE, 45:00, 1 GA), Jake Rostkowski (UNE, 45:00, 1 GA).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:28 am

Men’s soccer gives No. 2 Amherst tough battle

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College men’s soccer team battled to a scoreless tie for more than 71 minutes with second-ranked Amherst College, but the Lord Jeffs scored twice the rest of the way in a NESCAC victory Saturday.

The Lord Jeffs moved to 12-0 overall and 7-0 in the conference, while the Mules drop to 3-7-2 overall and 1-5-1 in the league.
Amherst has allowed just two goals in 12 games. The Mules needed to keep the Lord Jeffs scoreless for a shot at an upset win. Colby was able to do it until Nico Pascual-Leone scored at 71:49.
Greg Singer added the other goal from Aidan Murray at 86:57 to close out the victory.
John Pappas stopped seven shots in goal for Colby, which had four shots. Jansen Aoyama had two shots for the Mules and Cam Clouse and Jacob Tower each had one.
Amherst goalkeeper Thomas Bull stopped two shots.
Amherst 2, Colby 0
Amherst 0#2–2
Colby 0#0–0
Scoring summary
2nd half
A: Nico Pascual-Leone, 71:49
A: Greg Singer (Aidan Murray), 86:57
Shots: Amherst 15, Colby 4. Corner kicks: Amherst 6, Colby 1. Goalies: Thomas Bull (Amherst, 90:00, 0 GA, 2 saves); John Pappas (Colby, 90:00, 2 GA, 7 saves).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:57 am

Men’s soccer fights for 0-0 tie in game at Bowdoin

BRUNSWICK, Maine — Colby College helped its New England Small College Athletic Conference playoff chances with a 0-0 overtime tie at Bowdoin College on Tuesday in men’s soccer.

The Mules move to 3-7-3 overall and 1-5-2 in conference play. Bowdoin is 6-3-3 overall and 2-3-3 in the league. Colby likely needs wins in the final two regular season games at Hamilton College (Saturday, 1:30 p.m.) and home to Bates College (Oct. 28 at 8 p.m.) to make the conference playoffs.

Bowdoin and Bates also played to a 0-0 tie earlier this season. The Mules can win a second straight Colby-Bates-Bowdoin (CBB) title with a victory against the Bobcats.

Colby threatened to score seconds into the game when Dan Vogel launched a shot at the top left corner, forcing Bowdoin’s Stevie Van Siclen to leap to his side and deflect the ball away 41 seconds into play.

Neither team would truly challenge the keepers on either end through the remainder of the first half. Van Siclen and John Pappas each made two more saves in the half, but no challenge ever matched Vogel’s in the opening minute.

Colby’s most promising look in the second half came just 2:37 into play. Brandon Fahlberg took a shot from close to the right post, beating Van Siclen, but Patrick Kearon cleared the ball from behind the goalie to deny Fahlberg.

Bowdoin’s offense stepped up the pressure in the second half, with several promising sequences. Levi Morant headed a shot to redirect a feed, but Pappas was in position to absorb the shot 15 minutes into the half.

Moctar Niang looked to put Bowdoin on the board two minutes later, connecting with a header off a corner kick from Ben Citrin. Niang’s ball hit the crossbar and deflected back into the field of play.

Pappas extended the game into a second overtime period by denying a short side shot attempt from Cedric Charlier as time expired in the first extra frame.

Each goalie ended the game with four saves in 110 minutes of scoreless play. Bowdoin outshot the Mules by a 17-6 margin and held a 10-3 edge in corner kicks.

Colby 0, Bowdoin 0, 2 OT

Colby 0#0#0#0—0

Bowdoin 0#0#0#0—0

Shots: Colby 6, Bowdoin 17. Corner kicks: Colby 3, Bowdoin 10. Total fouls: Colby 8, Bowdoin 12. Goalies: John Pappas (Colby, 110:00, 0 GA, 4 saves); Stevie Van Siclen (Bowdoin, 110:00, 0 GA, 4 saves).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:36 am

Penalty kick burns men’s soccer in loss

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Colby College men’s soccer team fell victim to a penalty kick in the first half and that proved to be the lone goal of the game in a 1-0 loss at Hamilton College on Saturday.

Erich Marcks converted the penalty kick at 32:55 after a Colby player was whistled for a hand ball in the penalty area during a corner kick.
The Mules dropped to 3-8-3 overall and 1-6-2 in the NESCAC, while Hamilton ended the season at 6-9 and 2-8 in the league. Colby closes out the season Wednesday at home against Bates College at 8 p.m. at Harold Alfond Stadium.
Colby’s best chance at the tying goal came late in the 88th minute when a loose ball in front of the net wound up at the feet of Cam Clouse, who sent a close range shot just outside the right post.
Harris Pollack made a pair of first-half saves to record his fourth shutout of the season and the seventh of his career. John Pappas stopped four shots for Colby.

Brandon Fahlberg had two of Colby’s five shots. Clouse, Jeff Rosenberg, and Chandler Smith had the other shots.
Hamilton 1, Colby 0
Colby 0#0–0
Hamilton 1#0–1
Scoring summary
1st half
H: Erich Marcks (penalty kick), 32:55
Shots: Colby 5, Hamilton 12. Corner kicks: Colby 5, Hamilton 4. Goalies: John Pappas (Colby, 90:00, 1 GA, 4 saves); Harris Pollack (Hamilton, 90:00, 0 GA, 2 saves).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Colby College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:42 am

Men’s soccer earns tie with Bates, 0-0

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby-Bates-Bowdoin (CBB) games all ended in 0-0 overtime ties after Wednesday night’s scoreless tie between the Mules and Bobcats at Harold Alfond Stadium.

The loss was a tough one for Bates (7-6-2 overall, 2-6-2 NESCAC), which was eliminated from the NESCAC playoffs with the loss. The Bobcats would have been the eighth seed in the tourney with a victory.
Colby (3-8-4 overall, 1-6-3 NESCAC), out of the playoff picture before the game, was looking for CBB bragging rights for a second straight year. The Mules beat Bates and Bowdoin last year.
Sam Polito, a senior goalkeeper for Bates, had four stops and earned a shutout in his final collegiate game. Colby sophomore keeper John Pappas also had four saves.
The Mules had a 7-2 edge in corner kicks and a 13-10 margin in shots.
The best scoring chance in overtime was in the final minute of the second extra period. Ben Lyons ripped a shot from the left side that barely went over the crossbar.
Colby 0, Bates 0, 2 OT
Bates 0#0#0#0–0
Colby 0#0#0#0–0
Shots: Bates 10, Colby 13. Corner kicks: Bates 2, Colby 7. Goalies: Sam Polito (Bates, 110:00, 0 GA, 4 saves); John Pappas (Colby, 110:00, 0 GA, 4 saves).

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