Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:32 pm

MSOC: Husson wins fifth-straight over Badgers


BANGOR, Maine - Husson scored three first-half goals Saturday evening en route to a 3-1 win over Johnson State (Vt.) in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action at Boucher Field. The Eagles win their fifth-straight over the Badgers and are unbeaten in the last six matchups. The Green and Gold have won eight-straight home matches and are 4-0 at Boucher Field this year.

"We asked the team to give us a reaction after last Saturday's performance, and they did tonight," Husson coach Jeff Gettler said.

Jimmy Fitzpatrick (1) scored first for Husson (5-3, 2-1) in the 20th minute off assists by Cam Libbey and Stephen Berenyi. Brady White (1) made the score 2-0 in the 36th minute on a header off a Dylan Wetmore corner kick. Mike Curtis (2) increased the margin to three goals one minute later with aid by Josh Bean.

"I thought in the first half we were very, very good," Gettler commented. "We were very intense. We put them under pressure all the time and pretty much dominated the midfield and really took over the game."

Johnson State (2-7, 1-3 NAC) scored its lone goal 30 seconds before halftime when Akeem Pottinger found the back of the net on a Dominic Caforia cross into the box.

Husson outshot Johnson State 34-11 and held a 10-1 edge in corner kicks.

"We got almost 10 new players in the game after halftime," Gettler remarked. "I'm happy we played everyone, and we'll have a lot of energy left for tomorrow."

Goalkeeper Steven Paquette (2-1) made three saves in the win.

Netminder Alex Pakatar (2-7) recorded 13 saves in 87:08 before picking up a red card. Sean Springer played the final 2:52 in net in the loss.

Husson's Phil Frost had a game-high six shots.

Husson hosts Lyndon State (Vt.) on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:39 am

MSOC: Frost nets 50th career goal in 3-0 win

BANGOR, Maine - Phil Frost's 50th career goal Sunday afternoon proved to be the game-winner in a 2-0 Husson win over Lyndon State (Vt.) in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) play at Boucher Field. The Eagles win their seventh-straight game overall and ninth-consecutive at home over the Hornets and improve to 27-13-2 all-time in the series.

Husson (6-3, 3-1 NAC), which posted its first shutout this year, has won nine-straight games at Boucher Field, including a 5-0 mark this year.

"All credit to Lyndon State, they worked their tails off and made the game really hard for us," Husson coach Jeff Gettler said. "In the first half, it was a tough battle, and we couldn't impose ourselves, but finally in the second half, we started to settle down, play a little faster, get through and around their pressure and create some scoring opportunities that we could finish because in the first half, we had chances but couldn't finish."

Frost (7) found the back of the net in 53rd minute with an assist by Jimmy Fitzpatrick. Frost becomes the seventh player in program history to join the 50-goal club and first since Adam Heaselwood and Jason Hill both reached the mark in 1996.

"Obviously 50 goals is a great milestone, but it's just a reflection of the great time I've had here at Husson," Frost said. "Our team is starting to come together and make progress everyday."

"Phil is a special player, leader and man," Gettler commented. "It's a credit that he's been so consistent in his goal scoring, and he's got plenty of goals in him yet, but it's an incredible achievement in the modern game when he's getting almost better than a goal every two games. He's got a fantasic approach to the game and finding ways to score."

Frost assisted on a Josh Bellomo (2) goal in the 59th minute to give Husson a 2-0 edge. Miguel Caballero (2) concluded the scoring in the 73rd minute with an assist by Bellomo.

Cody Gross (4-2) made three saves for his first career clean sheet.

Matt LaClair (1-8) recorded eight saves in the loss.

The Eagles outshot the Hornets 19-13.

Husson travels to Colby (Maine) for a non-conference match Wednesday, Oct. 7, for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:38 am

MSOC: Berenyi PK turns into game-winner

CASTINE, Maine - Stephen Berenyi's penalty kick goal with 1:45 remaining in the second overtime lifted Husson to a 2-1 win over Maine Maritime on Saturday evening in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Ritchie Field. The Eagles are unbeaten in four-straight games, a season-high.

Phil Frost scored with 38 minutes remaining in the first half on a pass up the field from Jimmy Fitzpatrick and Berenyi to give Husson (7-3-1, 4-1 NAC) a 1-0 lead.

Maine Maritime (3-8-1, 2-2-1 NAC) tied the game in the 82nd minute on a set up from Bryan Soucy to Ike Doiron.

Frost started the first overtime with a breakaway, but his shot went wide keeping things tied. Berenyi had a chance for the Eagles with eight minutes left in overtime, but Wil Huston slid to break up the opportunity. Just a minute later, Frost shook his defender and had a 1-on-1 breakaway with Mariner keeper Joshua Reeks. However, Reeks made a stop, running out to challenge Frost and breaking up the scoring chance.

The Mariners created a couple of chances late in the first overtime, but neither team could capitalize on their opportunities, sending the game to a second overtime period.

Berenyi converted on a penalty kick in the 88th minute of the second overtime to lift the Eagles to their third-straight win in the series and second win over the Mariners this year.

Reeks (3-3-1) ended the day with six saves, while Cody Gross (5-2-1) recorded nine saves in net for the Eagles.

Husson outshot Maine Maritime 27-20.

The Eagles travel to Thomas (Maine) on Saturday, Oct. 17, for a 6 p.m. ET kickoff.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:47 am

MSOC: Frost nets 50th career goal in 3-0 win

BANGOR, Maine - Phil Frost's 50th career goal Sunday afternoon proved to be the game-winner in a 3-0 Husson win over Lyndon State (Vt.) in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) play at Boucher Field. The Eagles win their seventh-straight game overall and ninth-consecutive at home over the Hornets and improve to 27-13-2 all-time in the series.

Husson (6-3, 3-1 NAC), which posted its first shutout this year, has won nine-straight games at Boucher Field, including a 5-0 mark this year.

"All credit to Lyndon State, they worked their tails off and made the game really hard for us," Husson coach Jeff Gettler said. "In the first half, it was a tough battle, and we couldn't impose ourselves, but finally in the second half, we started to settle down, play a little faster, get through and around their pressure and create some scoring opportunities that we could finish because in the first half, we had chances but couldn't finish."

Frost (7) found the back of the net in 53rd minute with an assist by Jimmy Fitzpatrick. Frost becomes the seventh player in program history to join the 50-goal club and first since Adam Heaselwood and Jason Hill both reached the mark in 1996.

"Obviously 50 goals is a great milestone, but it's just a reflection of the great time I've had here at Husson," Frost said. "Our team is starting to come together and make progress everyday."

"Phil is a special player, leader and man," Gettler commented. "It's a credit that he's been so consistent in his goal scoring, and he's got plenty of goals in him yet, but it's an incredible achievement in the modern game when he's getting almost better than a goal every two games. He's got a fantasic approach to the game and finding ways to score."

Frost and Josh Bellomo assisted on a Cam Libbey (4) goal in the 59th minute to give Husson a 2-0 edge. Miguel Caballero (2) concluded the scoring in the 73rd minute with an assist by Bellomo.

Cody Gross (4-2) made three saves for his first career clean sheet.

Matt LaClair (1-8) recorded eight saves in the loss.

The Eagles outshot the Hornets 19-13.

Husson travels to Colby (Maine) for a non-conference match Wednesday, Oct. 7, for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:38 am

Terriers stun Husson, 3-2

WATERVILLE, Maine - Thomas College overcame a two-goal, second-half deficit to defeat Husson, 3-2, at Smith Field in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday.

Josh Emard scored the game-winner for Thomas (10-4, 6-1 NAC) with 2:14 to play off an assist from Tre Ming.

Husson (7-4-1, 4-2 NAC) opened the scoring in the 28th minute on a goal by Phil Frost. After receiving a pass from Josh Bean inside the 18, Stephen Berenyi found the foot of Frost, who drove a shot past Thomas goalkeeper Joakim Sternas for the 1-0 lead.

The Terriers had a pair of chances late in the first half off of free kicks, the first was wide left by Kyle Fletcher, while the second, off the foot of Ming, slammed hard into the crossbar.

The Eagles netted their second of the game six minutes into the second half. Frost scored his second on a header off a throw-in by Bean.

Facing a two-goal deficit, Thomas picked up the tempo offensively. The emotional intensity of the match also picked up, eventually leading to cautions to both Ming and Frost in the 76th minute.

The Terriers finally broke through in the 84th minute as Adam LaBrie beat a diving Gross to his left side. Ming was credited with the assist. LaBrie added a second goal three minutes later, knotting the score at 2-2 off an assist from London Steede-Jackson.

Just 54 seconds passed between the restart and LaBrie's second goal and Emard's game-winner.

Thomas finished with a 19-7 edge in shots and a 6-2 advantage in corner kicks. LaBrie led all players with five shots, while DJ Nicholas added four for the Terriers. Frost and Cam Libbey had two shots each for Husson.

The Eagles return to the pitch Tuesday, October 20, when they host University of Maine at Farmington at Boucher Field. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:07 am

Eagles lose heartbreaker to Beavers on Senior Day

BANGOR, Maine – The Husson University men's soccer team lost to Maine-Farmington in the 70th matchup between the two schools, 1-0, in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Tuesday night at Boucher Field. The Eagles suffer their first shutout loss at home to the Beavers since 2003.

The match went scoreless until Luke Dwornik took a shot from ten yards out that deflected off a Husson (7-5-1, 4-3 NAC) defender and into the back of net for an own goal with 11 seconds left in regulation play.

Stephen Berenyi led the Eagle offense with six shots, three of which was on goal.

Matt Wilson made 12 saves for Maine-Farmington (5-8-2, 3-4-1).

Steven Paquette made one save in the loss.

The Eagles outshot the Beavers 28-6.

Husson resumes NAC play Saturday when they travel to Castleton for 3:30 p.m. kickoff. The Beavers host Lyndon State on Saturday for a 2:30 p.m. game.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:41 am

Spartans Shutout Husson, 3-0

CASTLETON, Vt. – The Husson men's soccer team lost a critical North Atlantic Conference matchup on Saturday afternoon, losing to Castleton by a final score of 3-0.

The win moves the Spartans to 12-5-1 on the year, and places them at 7-1 in conference play on the year. Husson falls to 7-6-1 overall with the loss, moving to 4-4 in conference play.

Jake Tietgens and Blake Hart each tallied goals for Castleton, while Amir Pasic recorded 10 saves in his eighth shutout victory of the season.

Castleton jumped out to an early lead when Hart sent a ball into the box that Tietgens guided into the back of the net with his chest to put the Spartans up 1-0 in the 12th minute. Tietgens would later return the favor, setting up Hart for the Spartans' second goal. Tietgens carried the ball down the left wing before sending it into the box to a streaking Hart, who buried a header past the Eagles' netminder to put Castleton up 2-0. Just minutes later, Castleton went up 3-0 before the end of the first half when Paul Phillips ripped a shot from 25 yards out that deflected off the head of a Husson defender and into the back of the net for an own goal.

Both defenses turned up the pressure in the second half, as the game went scoreless following the break. Castleton got just three shots in the second half, while Husson tallied four shots. The Eagles held a slight shot advantage in the contest overall, edging Castleton 13-12.

In net, Pasic tallied his NAC-leading eighth shutout of the season for Castleton, making 10 saves in the victory. Cody Gross was charged with the loss, stopping three out of six shots he faced in the first half before being relieved by Steven Paquette.

Husson is back in action tomorrow when they travel to Green Mountain for their final game of the regular season. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. The Spartans are back on the pitch tomorrow afternoon when they host Maine Maritime in their final game of the regular season. Game time is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Nov 02, 2015 7:35 am

Eagles tie NEC 2-2 in NAC Quarterfinal, lose in penalty kicks, 4-3

BANGOR, Maine – New England College (NEC) has advanced to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) semifinals as the Pilgrims tied Husson University, 2-2, and prevailed 4-3 in penalty kicks on Sunday evening at Boucher Field in a NAC Quarterfinal game.

New England College (11-7-1) jumped out to an early lead when Sina Samali sent a ball into the box that Camille Sheehan shot into the back of the net to put the Pilgrims up 1-0 in the 22nd minute, but Josh Bean answered right back 28 seconds later from 50-yards out to tie the game at 1-1.

Phil Frost gave Husson (8-6-2) their first lead in the 40th minute on his 12th goal on season from three yards out after Rod Ghanayem shot deflected off the Pilgrims keeper Dylan Mix. The Eagles took a 2-1 lead into intermission.

In the 53rd minute, Ronsard Masamba received a diagonal pass from Nathan Sprackland which he shot it pass Husson's goalie Cody Cross to tie the game at 2-2.

Both defenses turned up the pressure from this point on, as the game went scoreless for the next 37 minutes of regulation.

Neither team would be able to grab a goal in either overtime forcing penalty kicks. The Eagles had their first two penalty kicks saved by Mix and the Pilgrims took advantage by sinking in their first three penalty kicks. With the NEC leading 3-2, Cam Libby fired his shot by pass Mix to tie the penalty kicks at three all, but NEC's Conor Dunglass would sink the game-winner on the every next penalty kick.

"Great game tonight, we lost in penalties and penalties as always are a crap shoot, but the guy's just played a fantastic match and did everything they could to get it settled before penalties and unfortunately that wasn't the case," said Head Coach Jeff Gettler.

The Eagles held the shot advantage in the contest overall 32-16 and Frost had a game-high nine shots.

Mix played the first 45 minutes in the net for the Pilgrims making five saves before Tenzin Khenrab took over in second half and played the last 65 minutes stopping all 11 shots he faced. Gross played all 110 minutes and record five saves for the Eagles.

"Just an outstanding group of young man, I've had to work with this year led mostly especially by my seniors, all five of them, Frost, Perkins, Berenyi, Libbey, and Curtis. Every one of them has been outstanding this year and lead the team through the whole season and done an unbelievable job," Gettler slated. "I know everybody's tremendously disappointed with the results, but the guys couldn't have given more tonight and again no coach could ever ask for more than this team has given this year. I'm just so proud of them."

New England College will travel to take on top-seeded Thomas College on Wednesday, November 4 in the NAC Semifinals. With the tie the Eagles close out the 2015 campaign.

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