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Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:23 pm
by Tom Nolette
Schedule 2015-2016
Date Time Opponent Location

Sat. 9/12 12:30 p.m. Tufts Medford, Mass.
Tue. 9/15 7 p.m. Thomas Waterville, Maine (at Thomas)
Sat. 9/19 11 a.m. Williams
Sun. 9/20 12 p.m. Connecticut College
Sat. 9/26 11 a.m. Trinity
Sun. 9/27 1 p.m. Maine-Farmington
Wed. 9/30 4 p.m. Southern Maine
Sat. 10/3 11 a.m. Middlebury Middlebury, Vt.
Tue. 10/6 7:30 p.m. U. New England Biddeford, Maine
Sat. 10/10 TBA Wesleyan Middletown, Conn.
Tue. 10/13 3:30 p.m. Husson
Sat. 10/17 11 a.m. Amherst
Wed. 10/21 3 p.m. Bowdoin Brunswick, Maine
Sat. 10/24 11 a.m. Hamilton Clinton, N.Y.
Tue. 10/27 3 p.m. Bates Lewiston, Maine
Sat. 10/31 12 p.m. NESCAC Quarterfinal TBD

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:43 am
by Tom Nolette
2015-2016 Fall Roster
No. Name High School Hometown
Caroline Vaughan '16 Greenwich Academy Wilton, Conn.
00 Ashley Conley '17 Noble and Greenough School Walpole, Mass.
3 Laura Arnold '18 Greenhill School Dallas, Texas
6 Emily Martin '18 Walt Whitman High School Bethesda, Md.
8 Jess Horick '18 Blake School-Northrup Campus Minneapolis, Minn.
10 Ally Ingraham '18 Villa Walsh Academy Morris Plains, N.J.
12 * Emma Marjollet '16 Hingham High School Hingham, Mass.
14 Jillian Fleischer '17 Smithtown High Sch E Campus Smithtown, N.Y.
15 * Georgia Lubrano '17 Hanover High School Hanover, N.H.
17 Sami Turbeville '18 Seabury Hall Pukalani, Hawaii
18 Hannah Twombly '16 North Yarmouth Academy Falmouth, Maine
21 Nora Mabie '17 New Trier Township High School Winnetka, Ill.
22 Lauren McCarthy '16 Lynnfield High School Lynnfield, Mass.
24 Aliza Van Leesten '17 Hopkins School New Haven, Conn.
25 * Emilie Klein '17 Brooks School North Andover, Mass.
30 Nora Hanson '18 Urban School of San Francisco San Francisco, Calif.
* indicates team captain

Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:43 pm
by Tom Nolette
First-years make impact in women’s soccer loss

SOMERVILLE, Mass. — First-year players Sam Rizzo and Katherine Gillespie both made an impact for the Colby College women’s soccer team in a 3-1 season-opening loss at Tufts University on Saturday.

Gillespie scored at 54:05 of the contest to make the score 2-1. The Mules spent over 30 minutes with a chance for an equalizer until Tufts’ Nicole Campellone scored her second of the game with just 2:53 to play.
Rizzo did her job by keeping Colby in the game with 11 saves in her collegiate debut in net.
The Jumbos had a 28-9 shot advantage in the game, but Rizzo and Colby’s defense kept it close. Campellone scored at 25:10 of the first half for a 1-0 margin at the break.
Alex Scheman gave the Jumbos (2-1 overall, 2-0 NESCAC) an insurance goal at 52:55, just 1:10 before Colby’s lone goal.
The Mules (0-1 overall, 0-1 NESCAC) play a non-conference game at Thomas College on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Tufts 3, Colby 1
Colby 0#1—1
Tufts 1#2—-3
1st half
T: Nicole Campellone (Emma Ranalli), 25:10
Second half
T: Alex Scheman, 52:55
C: Katherine Gillespie, 54:05
T: Nicole Campellone (Brooke Fortin), 87:07
Shots: Colby 9, Tufts 28. Corner kicks: Colby 6, Tufts 5. Fouls: Colby 8, Tufts 15. Goalies: Sam Rizzo (Colby, 90:00, 3 GA, 11 saves); Emily Bowers (Tufts, 90:00, 1 GA, 3 saves). ... ccer-loss/

Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 6:49 am
by Tom Nolette
Women’s soccer blanks Thomas, 2-0

WATERVILLE, Maine — Sami Turbeville had a part in both goals to help the Colby College women’s soccer team to a 2-0 non-conference win over Thomas College on Wednesday night.

Interim head coach Mark Serdjenian earned his first victory with the women’s team. He had 261 victories with the Colby men’s soccer program.

The Mules move to 1-1 overall heading into Saturday’s 11 a.m. home opener with third-ranked Williams College.

The Mules struck first with 18 minutes to play in the first half on a goal from Lauren McCarthy. Turbeville sent McCarthy in on a pass just outside the 18 and beat Terriers goalie Paige Leary to give the Mules a 1-0 lead.

Colby had a 9-0 shot advantage and a 3-1 margin in corner kicks in the opening half.

Colby added an insurance goal 12 minutes into the second half on a score from Turbeville. Laura Arnold sent a pass from the left side, deflecting off the fingertips of Leary and then off of the foot of Turbeville into the open net for a 2-0 lead.

Samantha Rizzo made three saves for Colby to earn her first collegiate shutout. Thomas goalkeeper Paige Leary kept her team in the game with 16 stops.

Colby had a 32-4 shot advantage and a 5-2 margin corner kicks.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:49 am
by Tom Nolette
Women’s soccer falls to third-ranked Ephs

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College women’s soccer team started a weekend of NESCAC play with an 8-0 loss to third-ranked Williams College on Saturday.

Audrey Thomas scored four of the first five goals for the Ephs.

The Ephs move to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in conference play heading into Sunday’s 1 p.m. road game at Bowdoin. Colby, which plays host to Connecticut College at noon Sunday, drops to 1-2 overall and 0-2 in the league.

Rizzo made a steal in Colby’s end and scored at 5:01 of the first half. She scored just 1:14 later for a 2-0 margin. Kristi Kirshe put the Ephs up 3-0 at halftime with a goal at 14:51.

Thomas started off strong again in the second half, tallying just 3:20 into the half from Gabby Suarez. Thomas made another steal and scored her fourth goal of the game at 58:15 for a 5-0 margin.

Another steal near the top of the box set up the sixth goal from the Ephs. Hanna Kaeser tallied at 62:40 from Natalie Turner-Wyatt. Six minutes later the Ephs scored again when Maddie Swarr converted on a pass from Madison Feeney. Kristina Alvarado scored the final goal with just 2:50 to play from Suarez.

Tressa Palcheck stopped two shots in the opening half and Olivia Barnhill made one save in the second save in the shared shutout. Sam Rizzo made 11 saves for the Mules.

Williams 8, Colby 0
Williams 3#5—8
Colby 0#0—0
1st half
W: Audrey Thomas, 5:01
W: Audrey Thomas (Tressa Palcheck), 6:15
W: Kristi Kirshe (Crystal Lewin), 14:51
Second half
W: Audrey Thomas (Gabby Suarez), 48:20
W: Audrey Thomas, 58:15
W: Hanna Kaeser (Natalie Turner-Wyatt), 62:40
W: Maddie Swarr (Madison Feeney), 68:40
W: Kristina Alvarado (Gabby Suarez, 87:10
Shots: Williams 27, Colby 8. Corner kicks: Williams 7, Colby 3. Goalies: Tressa Palcheck (Williams, 45:00, 0 GA, 2 saves), Olivia Barnhill (Williams, 45:00, 0 GA, 1 save); Sam Rizzo (Colby, 90:00, 8 GA, 11 saves).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:54 am
by Tom Nolette
Women’s soccer earns tie with Camels

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Connecticut College women’s soccer team took some shots — 40 of them in all — but Colby College first-year goalkeeper Sam Rizzo stopped 27 of them in a 1-1 overtime tie on Sunday in NESCAC play.

The Mules are 1-2-1 overall and 0-2-1 in the league, while Conn College moves to 0-2-2 overall and 0-1-2 in the conference.

Despite a 40-16 shot advantage in the game, Colby struck first and led 1-0 at halftime. Laura Arnold headed in a free kick pass from Emma Marjollet at 27:34. Marjollet was near midfield when she kicked the ball.

The Camels finally got a ball past Rizzo at 68:12 on a play started on a corner kick. Emmy McGoldrick’s corner was headed in by Katelyn Murray.

Alex Santiago also played well in goal for the Camels, stopping eight shots.

Colby 1, Connecticut College 1, 2 OT
Conn College 0#1#0#0—1
Colby 1#0#0#0—1
Scoring summary
1st half
Colby: Laura Arnold (Emma Marjollet), 27:34
2nd half
Conn College: Katelyn Murray (Emmy McGoldrick), 68:12
Shots: Conn College 40, Colby 16. Corner kicks: Conn College 5, Colby 3. Goalies: Alex Santiago (Conn College, 110:00, 1 GA, 8 saves); Sam Rizzo (Colby, 110:00, 1 GA, 27 saves).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:41 am
by Tom Nolette
Women’s soccer loses 1-0 battle with Trinity

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College women’s soccer team started a busy weekend Saturday by playing strong against a solid Trinity College team in a 1-0 NESCAC setback.

Trinity’s Andi Nicholson scored 10:10 into the second half and the Bantams made the goal stand.
The Bantams move to 5-1 overall and 3-1 in NESCAC play heading into Wednesday’s home game with Wheaton College at 4 p.m. Colby (1-3-1, 0-3-1 NESCAC) is back in action Sunday at 1 p.m. at home against University of Maine at Farmington.
Nicholson scored her third goal of the season from Laura Nee, who was able to push her pass by Colby goalkeeper Sam Rizzo to Nicholson for the tap-in score.
Monica DiFiori had seven saves to earn Trinity’s fourth shutout of the year. Rizzo finished with seven stops.
Trinity 1, Colby 0
Trinity 0#1—1
Colby 0#0—0
Scoring summary
2nd half
T: Andi Nicholson (Laura Nee), 55:10
Shots: Trinity 11, Colby 15. Corner kicks: Trinity 5, Colby 4. Goalies: Monica DiFiori (Trinity, 90:00, 0 GA, 7 saves); Samantha Rizzo (Colby, 90:00, 1 GA, 8 saves). ... h-trinity/

Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:49 am
by Tom Nolette
Big second half lifts women’s soccer to win

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College women’s soccer team exploded for four goals in the second half to turn a 1-0 halftime lead into a 5-0 rout over University of Maine at Farmington in non-conference play Sunday.

The Mules are 2-3-1 overall heading in Wednesday’s 4 p.m. home game with University of Southern Maine. Maine-Farmington fell to 2-5-1 overall and will play at Colby-Sawyer College on Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Colby improves to 23-0 against the Beavers, but the game was tight for the first half. Catherine Fraser took a pass from Ally Ingraham, turned to shoot, and fired a shot into the corner of the net for the lone first-half goal.
The Mules scored four goals in the final 22:40, with the first from Katherine Gillespie on a rebound. Aliza Van Leesten took the original shot and it was saved by UMF goalkeeper Sam Hatch.
Van Leesten scored 1:50 later when Laura Arnold pushed a ball forward. Arnold also had the assist on Colby’s fourth goal when her shot went off the post and Emily Martin was there for the rebound. Arnold then closed out the scoring off a steal with just 3:42 to play.
Ashley Conley made two saves to earn her first collegiate shutout for Colby, which had a 32-3 shot advantage. Hatch stopped 14 shots for the Beavers.
Colby 5, Maine-Farmington 0
UMF 0#0—0
Colby 1#4—5
Scoring summary
1st half
C: Catherine Fraser (Ally Ingraham), 13:38
2nd half
C: Katherine Gillespie (Aliza Van Leesten), 67:20
C: Aliza Van Leesten (Laura Arnold), 69:10
C: Emily Martin (Laura Arnold), 79:48
C: Laura Arnold, 86:18
Shots: UMF 3, Colby 32. Corner kicks: UMF 0, Colby 4. Goalies: Sam Hatch (UMF, 90:00, 5 GA, 14 saves); Ashley Conley (Colby, 90:00, 0 GA, 2 saves).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2015 4:14 am
by Tom Nolette
Arnold leads women’s soccer past USM

WATERVILLE, Maine — Laura Arnold (Dallas, Texas) played a part in all of Colby College’s goals in a 3-0 non-conference win over University of Southern Maine on Wednesday at Harold Alfond Stadium.

The game was moved from the Colby Soccer Field to Harold Alfond Stadium because of the heavy rain in the area. The rain decreased as the game wore on Wednesday.
Colby (3-3-1 overall) scored first at 5:03 of the opening half when Arnold kept the ball in play on the right end line and managed to push a pass back to about the penalty kick mark. Ally Ingraham (Morris Plains, N.J.) was streaking up the middle and nailed a high shot for the score.
The Huskies (3-5) managed to keep it a 1-0 game at halftime. The Mules had a 19-1 edge in shots, but 12 came after intermission.
Arnold scored her first goal of the game on a blast to the lower right corner of the goal. She was led perfectly on the play by a nice pass by Lauren McCarthy (Lynnfield, Mass.) at 50:58.
The Mules put the game away at 55:26 on Arnold’s fourth goal of the year. Katrina Holt (Seattle, Wash.) got some room on the right side and her centering pass was one-timed by Arnold. USM goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) pushed the hard shot into the crossbar, but the ball came directly back down and she was unable to keep it from going in the goal.
Ashley Conley (Dedham, Mass.) played 75:10 for Colby in goal and made one save. CC Pelletier (West Newfield, Maine) had the lone shot, but her hard shot was kicked away by Conley in the first half. Nora Hanson (San Francisco, Calif.) played the final 14:50 in goal for the Mules.
Temple was solid in goal for USM, stopping seven shots.
Colby has allowed just one goal in its last three games heading into Saturday’s contest at Middlebury College. Southern Maine heads to Plymouth State on Saturday.
Colby 3, Southern Maine 0
USM 0#0–0
Colby 1#2–3
Scoring summary
1st half
C: Ally Ingraham (Laura Arnold), 5:03
2nd half
C: Laura Arnold (Lauren McCarthy), 50:58
C: Laura Arnold (Katrina Holt), 55:26
Shots: USM 1, Colby 19. Corner kicks: USM 0, Colby 2. Goalies: Marissa Temple (USM, 90:00, 3 GA, 7 saves); Ashley Conley (Colby, 75:10, 0 GA, 1 save), Nora Hanson (Colby, 14:50, 0 GA, 0 saves).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Colby College

PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:20 pm
by Tom Nolette
Women’s soccer falls to Panthers

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Colby College women’s soccer team nearly went to intermission trailing just 1-0, but Middlebury College scored with just 31 seconds remaining and the Panthers went on to a 4-0 victory Saturday.

Colby drops to 3-4-1 overall and 0-4-1 in the league, while Middlebury moves to 3-3-1 overall and 2-2-1 in the conference.
Grace Woroch tapped in a cross from the right side by Adrianna Gildner at 13:55 for the game-winning goal.
Another cross from the right side and a second tap-in score put the Panthers up 2-0 with 31 seconds left in the first half. Katherine Hobbs tallied from Amy Martin.
Jamie Soroka had a blast from the 18-yard line to the top right corner after taking a pass from Martin at 64:26 for a 3-0 margin.
Gildner closed out the scoring at 74:30 from Hannah Robinson on a third cross from the right side.
Colby goalkeeper Ashley Conley made 10 saves, while Middlebury keeper Emily Eslinger made five saves. The Mules had all five of their shots go on goal.
Middlebury 4, Colby 0
Colby 0#0–0
Middlebury 2#2–4
Scoring summary
1st half
M: Grace Woroch (Adrianna Gildner), 13:55
M: Katherine Hobbs (Amy Martin), 44:29
2nd half
M: Jamie Soroka (Amy Martin), 64:26
M: Adrianna Gildner (Hannah Robinson), 74:30
Shots: Colby 5, Middlebury 24. Corner kicks: Colby 2, Middlebury 3. Total fouls: Colby 4, Middlebury 5. Goalies: Ashley Conley (Colby, 90:00, 4 GA, 10 saves); Emily Eslinger (Middlebury, 90:00, 0 GA, 5 saves).

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