Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

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Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:27 pm

Schedule:

SEPTEMBER
Tue. 1 at Suffolk 3:15 PM Live stats
Sat. 5 at Babson 12:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sun. 6 at Wheaton (MA) 1:00 PM
Fri. 11 Southern Maine 7:30 PM Live stats | Video
4th Annual Husson University Eagles Challenge Cup
Sat. 12 Maine Maritime 7:30 PM Live stats | Video
4th Annual Husson University Eagles Challenge Cup
Sat. 19 New England College * 5:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 26 at Colby-Sawyer * 1:00 PM Live stats | Video
Wed. 30 Bowdoin 7:30 PM Live stats | Video

OCTOBER
Sat. 3 Johnson State * 6:30 PM Live stats | Video
Homecoming
Sun. 4 Lyndon State * 3:30 PM Live stats | Video
Homecoming
Wed. 7 at Colby 7:30 PM
Sat. 10 at Maine Maritime * 3:30 PM Video
Sat. 17 at Thomas (ME) * 6:00 PM
Tue. 20 Maine-Farmington * 7:30 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 24 at Castleton * 3:30 PM Live stats
Sun. 25 at Green Mountain * 2:30 PM
* Conference

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

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Husson Men’s Soccer Team Expected to win NAC… Excited for the Challenge
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:58 am

MSOC: Husson holds off Suffolk, 3-2, in season opener

Sep 01, 2015
EAST BOSTON, Mass. - Husson jumped out to a three-goal lead before holding off a late charge by Suffolk (Mass.) for a 3-2 win Tuesday afternoon at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park in the season opener for both teams. The win gives head coach Jeff Gettler the 50th of his career with the Eagles.

The Rams (0-1) controlled the pace of play early, but it was the Eagles (1-0) who asserted themselves, combining a stingy defense and pressing attack. Husson fired an early shot on junior Ianis Teixeira, but the attempt was too high, before capitalizing with a shot from senior Phil Frost, who was given the go-ahead pass from sophomore Josh Bellomo, to put the Eagles up 1-0, at the 12:05 minute mark. This goal was the 44th of Frost's career, tying him with Joey Melanson for eighth on the school's all-time list.

The Eagles nearly gave themselves a two-goal cushion just three minutes later as senior Cam Libbey fired a shot, but senior Ben Daniels made a defensive save to keep it a one-goal game. The teams traded shots on target with both goalies turning them away as the Eagles headed into the locker room leading, 1-0.

After the break, the Husson offense kept its pace, as freshman Ian Lee netted a score off junior Josh Bean's corner thrown in from the left side of the field and to notch his collegiate goal. No more than three minutes ticked off the clock before Lee and Bean teamed up for their second goal of the day. This time, Bean made a corner thrown-in on the right side of the field and Lee was there to pick up the pieces and snuck his second career goal past Teixeira to give the Eagles a commanding 3-0 lead. With the two assist on the day Bean recorded his 20th of his career, tying him with Shane Coffin for thirteenth on the school's all-time list.

Eric Costantini nearly got one back for the Rams, but the junior midfielder's shot flew over the goal post and Suffolk continued to battle from behind. With the clock winding down Suffolk rallied, however, and got things rolling off a good penalty kick by sophomore midfielder Eugenio Ottino at the 68th minute.

The Rams battled the Eagles for every minute and finally 74th minute mark, Alvin Di a freshman midfielder stormed up the midfield, weaving in and out of players and fired a shot past sophomore goalkeeper Cody Cross to make it a 3-2 game.

Freshman Jordan Casey pulled Cross out of the net with just over 10 minutes remaining in regulation and had an opportunity to even the game, but sophomore Martin Lindholm made the defensive save to keep the Eagles ahead and seal the win for Husson.

Gettler said of the victory, "It was a great win for guys on the road after a long bus ride. It was a great game to get the guys ready for the weekend versus two fantastic teams."

Husson is back in action Saturday, Sept. 5 when they travel to Babson Park, Mass. to face Babson in 12 p.m. game. Suffolk hits the road for first time on Saturday, Sept. 5 as it visits Pine Manor for a 3 p.m. game.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:44 am

MSOC: Husson loses to Babson on Saturday

BABSON PARK, Mass. - Justin Kaplan broke through in the 67th minute, and Carlo Araujo followed with his first career goal as Babson (Mass.) defeated Husson, 2-0, in non-conference action on Saturday afternoon at Hartwell-Rogers Field.

Noah Parker chipped in with an assist for the Beavers. Goalkeeper Stephen Donato did not have to make a save to post his first shutout of the season.

Despite continually creating scoring chances, Babson (1-1) was thwarted by Eagles' goalkeeper Steven Paquette for much of the afternoon. He tipped away an attempt by Andrew Gonzalez less than two minutes into the match and made a diving save on Tyler Carlos' bicycle-kick from the edge of the box in the closing minute of the first half.

Paquette made a pair of saves early in the second half before Kaplan's goal. Taking a cross from Parker, he drilled a header that crossed the goal line before Paquette could get to it for a 1-0 lead. Araujo then extended the advantage with his brace in the 79th minute.

Paquette finished with 11 saves, seven of which came in the first half for Husson (1-1).

Phil Frost and Stephen Berenyi each had one shot for the Eagles.

The Eagles visit Wheaton (Mass.) on Sunday for a 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

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MSOC: Eagles lose at #22 Wheaton, 4-1

NORTON, Mass. - The #22 Wheaton College men's soccer team defeated Husson, 4-1, in a non-conference action on Sunday afternoon at Keefe Field.

Wheaton(1-2) applied pressure out of the gate, earning back-to-back-to-back corner kicks just four minutes into the contest. One minute later Amara Sesay found the back of the net on a cross from just outside the box from Louis Chavez.

Chavez would go on to earn a goal of his own in the 12th minute, putting the Lyons up 2-0. The play originated with Noah Kossoff dispossessing Husson (1-2) at the top of the 18-yard box. Kossoff made his way up the right side of the field before slotting it into Chavez, who nailed his shot far post.

The Eagles cut the deficit to a goal in the 20th minute courtesy of a penalty kick taken by Phil Frost.

The Lyons made it 3-1 just three minutes into the second half, this time with Chavez repaying the favor to Kossoff. Taking a corner for Wheaton, Chavez put the ball on Kossoff's head where he then redirected the ball to the near post.

Kossoff picked up his second goal of the game in the 65th minute. Sesay picked up the assist after firing a shot from point blank range.

Wheaton outshot Husson an astounding 31-5, while having a 13-0 advantage in corner kicks. James Bailey picked up the complete game win in his first start of the season for Wheaton, coming up with three saves. Steven Paquette made ten saves in net for Husson.

"Much like the Babson game we played a very very good team today and Wheaton went up two nail the guys showed tremendous character to battle back to score a goal to get back to 2-1 at half and started to play a bit but then in the second half we ended up giving up an additional two goals and losing four to one so the guys are disappointed, but I think we learned a lot," Eagles' coach Jeff Gettler said. "This is what we needed at this point in the season, and I was very proud of the guys on the weekend and today."

Husson returns to action on Friday, September 11 when the host the University of Southern Maine at 7:30pm on day one of the 4th Annual Husson University Eagles Challenge Cup.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:45 am

MSOC: Lee named NAC Rookie of the Week

WHITINGHAM, Vt. - Husson freshman forward Ian Lee has been named the North Atlantic Conference Men's Soccer Rookie of the Week, the league office announced Monday afternoon.

Lee netted two goals in his first collegiate game, as the Eagles earned a 3-2 win over Suffolk (Mass.). The Madawaska, Maine, native found the back of the net twice just minutes apart, as he put Husson up 2-0 in the 52nd minute and 3-0 in the 55th minute.

The Eagles host the fourth annual Challenge Cup Sept. 11-12.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:59 am

Husson holds off Suffolk, 3-2, in season opener

EAST BOSTON, Mass. - Husson jumped out to a three-goal lead before holding off a late charge by Suffolk (Mass.) for a 3-2 win Tuesday afternoon at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park in the season opener for both teams. The win gives head coach Jeff Gettler the 50th of his career with the Eagles.

The Rams (0-1) controlled the pace of play early, but it was the Eagles (1-0) who asserted themselves, combining a stingy defense and pressing attack. Husson fired an early shot on junior Ianis Teixeira, but the attempt was too high, before capitalizing with a shot from senior Phil Frost, who was given the go-ahead pass from sophomore Josh Bellomo, to put the Eagles up 1-0, at the 12:05 minute mark. This goal was the 44th of Frost's career, tying him with Joey Melanson for eighth on the school's all-time list.

The Eagles nearly gave themselves a two-goal cushion just three minutes later as senior Cam Libbey fired a shot, but senior Ben Daniels made a defensive save to keep it a one-goal game. The teams traded shots on target with both goalies turning them away as the Eagles headed into the locker room leading, 1-0.

After the break, the Husson offense kept its pace, as freshman Ian Lee netted a score off junior Josh Bean's corner thrown in from the left side of the field and to notch his collegiate goal. No more than three minutes ticked off the clock before Lee and Bean teamed up for their second goal of the day. This time, Bean made a corner thrown-in on the right side of the field and Lee was there to pick up the pieces and snuck his second career goal past Teixeira to give the Eagles a commanding 3-0 lead. With the two assist on the day Bean recorded his 20th of his career, tying him with Shane Coffin for thirteenth on the school's all-time list.

Eric Costantini nearly got one back for the Rams, but the junior midfielder's shot flew over the goal post and Suffolk continued to battle from behind. With the clock winding down Suffolk rallied, however, and got things rolling off a good penalty kick by sophomore midfielder Eugenio Ottino at the 68th minute.

The Rams battled the Eagles for every minute and finally 74th minute mark, Alvin Di a freshman midfielder stormed up the midfield, weaving in and out of players and fired a shot past sophomore goalkeeper Cody Cross to make it a 3-2 game.

Freshman Jordan Casey pulled Cross out of the net with just over 10 minutes remaining in regulation and had an opportunity to even the game, but sophomore Martin Lindholm made the defensive save to keep the Eagles ahead and seal the win for Husson.

Gettler said of the victory, "It was a great win for guys on the road after a long bus ride. It was a great game to get the guys ready for the weekend versus two fantastic teams."

Husson is back in action Saturday, Sept. 5 when they travel to Babson Park, Mass. to face Babson in 12 p.m. game. Suffolk hits the road for first time on Saturday, Sept. 5 as it visits Pine Manor for a 3 p.m. game.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 7:57 am

Libbey scores two as Eagles tame Huskies, 3-1

BANGOR, Maine - Cam Libbey notched his first two goals in 2015 on Friday evening, leading Husson to a 3-1 win over Southern Maine in the second game of the fourth annual Adidas Challenge Cup at Boucher Field.

Stephen Berenyi, Josh Bean, Jimmy Fitzpatrick, and Miguel Caballero each chipped in with an assist for the Eagles, who are now in the last four matchups with the Huskies. Goalkeeper Cody Cross (2-1) played the entire match and did not have to make a save.

The Eagles improve to 2-0-1 against the Huskies in the Challenge Cup and 3-3-1 all-time in the event.

"It was a good performance tonight, a good step forward for the guys," Eagles' coach Jeff Gettler said.

Husson (2-2) created numerous early scoring chances and broke through in the 15th minute when Mike Curtis (1) drilled a 10-yard shot that went top shelf over Huskies' netminder Simon Hulbert to put the Eagles up 1-0.

Libby then extended the advantage to 2-0 with a header in the 18th minute. The ball reached Libby off a throw-in by Bean that was redirected to him off a Berenyi header

The Huskies battled back when MK Mohamed scored in the 64th minute to cut the deficit in half, but the Eagles' defense stonewalled Southern Maine's offensive attack for the next 26 minutes to preserve the win.

Husson added an insurance goal in the 77th minute when Libbey found the back of the net for the second time Friday with assists from Fitzpatrick and Caballero.

"Cam was very good," Gettler stated. "We played him in two spots – out wide to start the game and in the middle of the field in the second half – and I thought he did well at both places. Tonight Cam put in a really good shift for us. "

Libbey totaled a game-high eight shots on the night.

Hulbert made six saves for the Huskies in the net, but the Eagles outshot Southern Maine (1-3-1) 21-10.

"We have a chance to win our own tournament for the first time since it started four years ago," Gettler commented. "We are pretty excited to play tomorrow against a team we know very well in our conference who is very tough."

Husson will face Maine Maritime on Saturday for a 7:30 p.m. scheduled kickoff on the final day of the tournament. Southern Maine will play Castleton (Vt.), which defeated the Mariners 2-0 in the first game Friday, at 5:00p.m. in the first game of the day.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:47 pm

MSOC: Husson defeats Maine Maritime, 3-2

BANGOR, Maine - Stephen Berenyi tallied two goals, and Phil Frost provided what proved to be the game-winner in the 40th minute leading Husson to a 3-2 win over Maine Maritime on the final day of the fourth annual Challenge Cup, sponsored by Adidas.

The Eagles improve to 4-3-2 all-time in the tournament and finish second to Castleton (Vt.) based on goal differential. The Mariners come in third, while Southern Maine, which lost to Castleton 2-0 in the first game Saturday, places fourth.

The Eagles are unbeaten in 16 of the last 18 matchups against the Mariners and are 1-1 against them in the Challenge Cup.

"Two wins this weekend was really good for us," Husson coach Jeff Gettler said. "We've gotten better every game. We're undefeated at home. We got fantastic performances from so many guys. I'm extremly encouraged about where the team is and where we have to go."

Bryan Soucy (2) gave Maine Maritime (1-5) a 1-0 lead in the 26th minute, but Berenyi answered with back-to-back goals in nearly the same spot top shelf less than two minutes apart. His first goal came in the 33rd minute from 30 yards out, while his second on the night and this year came in the 35th minute with an assist from Rod Ghanayem.

Jonathan Reeks (2) tied the affair with a penalty kick in the 39th minute, but a successful Frost penalty kick a minute later put the Eagles ahead for good. The goal was Frost's third in 2015 and 46th of his career, tying him with Serge Henry for seventh all-time. He now has 108 points and passed Steve Plourde for ninth on the school's all-time list.

Frost and Berenyi each had three shots on goal.

Soucy had four shots in the loss.

The Eagles outshot the Mariners 19-17 and held an edge in corner kicks 3-1.

Goalkeeper Steven Paquette (1-1) made five saves in 90 minutes.

Marshall Spear (1-4) recorded six saves in 90 minutes.

Berenyi was joined on the All-Tournament Team by teammates Josh Bellomo and Mike Curtis; Castleton's Jake Tietgens (MVP), Steve Koenemann, Solo Feleniki and Amir Pasic; Maine Maritime's Soucy, Matt Leblanc and Kyle Haslam; and Southern Maine's Jonathan Cross and Christopher Pepin.

Husson hosts New England (N.H.) on Saturday, Sept. 19, at 5 p.m. ET to open NAC play.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 5:54 pm

MSOC: Colby-Sawyer stuns Husson, 3-2

NEW LONDON, N.H. - Colby-Sawyer (N.H.) overcame a two-goal, second-half deficit to defeat Husson, 3-2, at Kelsey Field in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday. The Eagles suffer their first loss (3-1-1) in five matches against the Chargers.

The loss by Husson (4-3, 1-1 NAC) snaps an eight-match win streak (including playoffs) against NAC foes.

"We tried to regroup but weren't able to," Husson coach Jeff Gettler said. "We've got to find a way to up the level of our performance because this is a result nobody wants to have."

Colby-Sawyer (4-5, 2-0 NAC) fell behind 2-0 after a pair of first-half goals from Phil Frost (6) in a 5:22 span. Reigning NAC Player of the Week Cam Libbey assisted on the second Frost score.

In the 62nd minute, Zach Elmore received a diagonal pass from Denali Sexton which he shot inside the far post for his four tally of the season.

Noah Camelo tied the match four minutes later on a header off a set piece sent in by Andrew Clothier.

The game-winner came at 67:16 off the foot of Denali Sexton. He notched his second game clincher off a cross into the six-yard box from Anthony Romeo.

Colby-Sawyer keeper Sean Babinski got the win with eight saves.

Husson goalie and reigning NAC Defensive Player of the Week Cody Gross made nine stops.

The Eagles host Bowdoin (Maine) on Wednesday.

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