Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

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Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:29 pm

schedule

SEPTEMBER
Sat. 5 Western New England 11:00 AM Live stats | Video
11th Annual Husson Classic
Sun. 6 Saint Joseph's (ME) 1:30 PM Live stats | Video
11th Annual Husson Classic
Wed. 9 University of New England 4:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sun. 13 at Bowdoin 2:00 PM
Wed. 16 at Bates 8:00 PM
Sat. 19 New England College * 7:30 PM Live stats | Video
Tue. 22 at Maine-Machias 7:00 PM
Sat. 26 at Colby-Sawyer * 3:30 PM Live stats | Video
Tue. 29 Maine-Fort Kent 4:00 PM

OCTOBER
Sat. 3 Johnson State * 4:00 PM Live stats | Video
Homecoming
Sun. 4 Lyndon State * 1:00 PM Live stats | Video
Homecoming
Sat. 10 at Maine Maritime * 1:00 PM Video
Tue. 13 at Colby 3:30 PM
Sat. 17 at Thomas (ME) * 3:30 PM
Tue. 20 Maine-Farmington * 5:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 24 at Castleton * 1:00 PM Live stats
Sun. 25 at Green Mountain * 12:00 PM
Wed. 28 Southern Maine 7:00 PM Live stats | Video
* Conference

Husson: http://athletics.husson.edu/sports/wsoc ... 6/schedule
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

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2015 Women's Soccer Roster

No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/Previous School Major
2 Erin Boulier D Sr. 5-8 Bangor, Maine / Bangor Nursing
3 Mollie Roy M So. 5-6 Hermon, Maine / Hermon Physical Therapy
4 Katey Curtis F So. 5-3 Ellsworth, Maine / Ellsworth Accounting/MBA
5 Hannah Clough M Sr. 5-4 Mount Vernon, Maine / Maranacook Community Nursing
6 Jordyn Hopkins GK So. 5-4 Limestone, Maine / Limestone Occupational Therapy
7 Leah Hibbad F So. 5-7 Portsmouth, R.I. / Portsmouth Occupational Therapy
8 Katie Cyr D Sr. 5-8 Hampden, Maine / Hampden Academy Physical Therapy
9 Alison Boulier F Fr. 5-6 Bangor, Maine / Bangor Physical Therapy
11 Kayla Gordon GK Fr. 5-4 Wiscasset, Maine / Wiscasset Accounting
12 Myra Degre F So. 5-3 Derby, Vt. / North Country Union Physical Therapy
13 Tiffany Gray D Fr. 5-6 Holden, Maine / Bangor Undeclared
14 Taylor Fortin M So. 5-3 Goffstown, N.H. / Bishop Brady Physical Therapy
15 Aimee Hartwell F So. 5-6 Nottingham, N.H. / Dover Physical Therapy
16 Emily Berry D Fr. 5-8 Ellsworth, Maine / Ellsworth Undeclared
17 Meghan Catanese F Fr. 5-6 Mount Desert, Maine / Mount Desert Island Hospitality and Tourism
18 Brooke LaBelle F Sr. 5-5 Ashland, Maine / Ashland Physical Therapy
19 Alex Speed F Fr. 5-4 Guilford, Maine / Piscataquis Community Forensic Science
20 Alissa Randolph M Jr. 5-6 Caribou, Maine / Caribou Physical Therapy
22 Kathryn McGinnis F Fr. 5-3 Center Barnstead, N.H. / Prospect Mountain Occupational Therapy
23 Sydney Costa D Jr. 5-4 Acushnet, Mass. / New Bedford Psychology
24 Hanna Foye M Fr. 5-7 Wiscasset, Maine / Wiscasset Nursing
25 Lexi Crawford F So. 5-1 North Bridgton, Maine / Lake Region Psychology
28 Maddie Page D So. 5-5 Hermon, Maine / Hermon Occupational Therapy
30 Katie Solak F Fr. 5-4 New Hartford, Conn. / Northwestern Regional Physical Therapy

Coaches
Head Coach: Amanda Cummings
Assistant Coach: Randy Gifford
Graduate Assistant: Desir'ee Hamler, Kristyn Heuslein
Student Assistant: Rachel Moroney
Athletic Trainer: Darci Dickison
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

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WSOC: Eagles fight to draw with Golden Bears, 1-1


BANGOR, Maine - After 110 minutes of women's soccer action Saturday morning Husson and Western New England played to a 1-1 draw in double overtime on day one of the 11th Annual Husson Classic. Both the Golden Bears and Eagles had scoring chances in overtime but couldn't close it out.

In the 37th minute, Western New England's (0-1-1) Emma Norden was able to break through the Husson (0-0-1) defense from a nice touch pass from Brooke Labrie to put the Golden Bears up 1-0.

The scored would remain 1-0 until the 60th minute when the Taylor Fortin scored off a corner kick from Leah Hibbard to tie the score at one all.

"We were very pleased with our play today," Eagles' coach Amanda Cummings said. "We saw some great glimpses of the style of play and level we are looking to play for 90 minutes. Our defense stepped up big for us. We proved that we are a team that is going to play until the final horn blows and that's what makes the coaching staff proud! Taylor had a great finish off of Leah's corner and we are excited to see us capitalize on more opportunities tomorrow!"

Husson goalkeeper Kayla Gordon made four saves in her first collegiate start, awhile Briana Kubilk made 8 saves for the Golden Bears.

The Eagles outshot Western New England 15-13 but the Golden Bears had the advantage on corner kicks 4-3.

Husson hosts Saint Joseph's College of Maine tomorrow for a 1:30 p.m. game on day two of the 11th Annual Husson Classic and Western New England will play Newbury College at 11:00 a.m. in the first game of the day.
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

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WSOC: A. Boulier gives Husson's Cummings first win as HC

BANGOR, Maine - Sunday was a day of firsts for three members of the Husson women's soccer program.

Alison Boulier scored her first collegiate goal in the 68th minute, and goalkeeper Kayla Gordon posted her first clean sheet and win, giving Eagles' head coach Amanda Cummings her first win at the collegiate level with a 1-0 triumph over St. Joseph (Maine) at Boucher Field.

Husson (1-0-1) finished second in the 11th annual Husson Classic to Western New England because of goal differential as the tiebreaker. The Monks finished third, and Newbury placed fourth.

"I am so excited for our team after today's win," Cummings said. "We have been battling major injuries, but it didn't matter who we put on the field; our level of play didn't drop off. We played as a team, and I just think we are getting better and better every time we step on the field. Again, our defense made very few mistakes, and Ally was able to capitalize and put it away."

Boulier beat St. Joseph (1-2) goalkeeper Michelle Cunha (1-2) from 15 yards out with an assist from Myra Degree.

Gordon (1-0-1) went the distance and made three saves.

Cunha played the entire match and recorded eight saves.

Leah Hibbard tallied a team-high four shots in the win, as Cummings' squad outshot the Monks 17-15 and held an edge in corner kicks 5-3.

Hannah LeBlanc had four shots in the loss.

Husson's Erin Boulier, Katie Cyr and Taylor Fortin were named to the All-Tournament Team along with Western New England's Emma Norden (MVP), Kaitlyn Cummings, Brooke Labrie and Alicia Lewis, Newbury's Elizabeth Fox and Jenni McDonald and St. Joseph's Emily DeLuca, Sarah Comtois and Whitney White.

The Eagles host New England (Maine) on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 4 p.m. ET.

11th annual Husson Classic All-Tournament Team

Emma Norden (MVP) - Western New England
Kaitlyn Cummings - Western New England
Brooke Labrie - Western New England
Alicia Lewis - Western New England
Erin Boulier - Husson
Katie Cyr - Husson
Taylor Fortin - Husson
Emily DeLuca - St. Joseph's
Sarah Comtois - St. Joseph's
Whitney White - St. Joseph's
Elizabeth Fox - Newbury
Jenni McDonald - Newbury
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WSOC: Gordon tabbed NAC Defensive POW

WHITINGHAM, Vt. - Husson freshman goalkeeper Kayla Gordon has been named the North Atlantic Conference Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Monday afternoon.

Gordon helped lead the Eagles to a 1-0-1 week as she only allowed one goal in two games. In a tough 1-1 tie to Western New England (Mass.), the Wiscasset, Maine, native had to make four saves in 110 minutes of action. Husson then recorded a 1-0 win over Saint Joseph's (Maine), as Gordon recorded three saves.

On the week, Gordon tallied seven saves and a 0.45 goals against average.

The Eagles host New England (Maine) on Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET.
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

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TV: Husson Women’s Soccer Earns First win Over UNE Since 1992
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:31 am

Husson takes out Nor'Easters, 2-1

BANGOR, Maine - Taylor Fortin's goal in the 60th minute ended 23 years of frustration for Husson against the Nor'Easters, giving the Eagles a 2-1 triumph over New England (Maine), their first win in the series since 1992, which also was a 2-1 decision. The Green and Gold also end a 13-game losing streak to the Nor'Easters.

The Eagles are unbeaten in their first three matches this year, which ties the school record set by the 2008 unit, after holding the visitors four goals below their season average Wednesday.

New England (2-1) scored first in the eighth minute, as Jackie Dickerson fed Devon Wolfenden, who from 10 yards out put the ball in the back of the net for her first goal this season.

Husson (2-0-1) answered in the 14th minute with its first goal against the Nor'Easters since 1997 when Alison Boulier (2) chipped the ball over the head of Brielle Robinson to tie the match. Katie Cyr was credited with an assist on the play.

Fortin's (2) game-winner came in the 60th minute when she used her head to redirect an Emily Berry throw-in into the bottom right corner of the net.

Fortin, Leah Hibbad and Sydney Costa each had three shots for the Eagles. All of Costa's shots were on goal.

Becca Murphy totaled three shots in the loss.

Reigning NAC Defensive Player of the Week Kayla Gordon (2-0-1), who went the distance in the win, made seven stops from her goalkeeper position.

Robinson (2-1) tallied five saves in 90 minutes of action as the netminder for the Nor'Easters.

Husson travels to Bowdoin (Maine) on Sunday for a 2 p.m. ET kickoff.

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WSOC: Husson loses first match of season

Sep 13, 2015
BRUNSWICK, Maine - Bowdoin (Maine) ended Husson's three-game unbeaten streak in a 6-1 win Sunday at Pickard Women's Soccer Field. The Polar Bears earn their first win of the season to improve to 1-1. Bowdoin handed the Eagles their first loss of the season, dropping the visitors to 2-1-1.

Jamie Hofstetter buried a loose ball from the middle of the box, sending her shot to the left post, to give Bowdoin the 1-0 lead just over 13 minutes into the game. After Husson successfully defended the initial corner kick by Bowdoin, Kiersten Turner collected the ball and fed Julia Patterson who turned on goal and sent a shot into the left corner of the net 21:37 into the first half. Turner tallied a goal of her own after heading in a cross from Sophie al Mutawaly from the left side six minutes later. Elizabeth Weathers rounded out the first half's scoring by finishing off a cross from the left end line.

Husson scored the first goal of the second half just over three minutes into action as Alison Boulier lofted a shot over the hands of Bowdoin's Rachel Stout after coming down the left side.

The Polar Bears responded with two more goals as al Mutawaly and Julia Bottone scored at 51:29 and 77:59 respectively.

Goalkeepers Jordyn Hopkins (6) and Kayla Gordon (7) totaled 13 stops for the Eagles. All three Bowdoin keepers saw time and combined for a pair of saves.

The Eagles travel to Bates (Maine) on Wednesday beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

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WSOC: Husson loses at Bates on Wednesday

LEWISTON, Maine - Bates (Maine) scored three second-half goals and pulled away to defeat Husson 4-0 on Wednesday evening at Garcelon Field.

Olivia Amdur scored the first goal of the match for Bates (2-0-1) with an assist from Maggie Coco in the 12th minute.

Julia Rosen tallied the second goal in the 50th minute with an assist from Hannah Behringer, who scored the third goal in the 62nd minute. A Caitrin Griffin to Cassidy McCarns connection in the 67th minute provided the final game of the night.

Goalkeeper Sarah McCarthy made two saves in the win in 71:06 of action.

Goalkeeper Jordyn Hopkins recorded nine saves in 90 minutes in the loss.

Leah Hibbad totaled two shots for Husson (2-2-1).

The Eagles open NAC play Saturday against New England (N.H.) at 7:30 p.m. ET at Boucher Field.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 23, 2015 7:54 am

WSOC: Hibbad buries Maine-Machias in 2OT

MACHIAS, Maine - Leah Hibbad's golden goal in the 106th minute of double overtime lifted Husson to a 2-1 triumph over Maine-Machias on Tuesday evening at Machias Soccer Field. The goal was Hibbad's third in two seasons against the Clippers.

"We pulled out a great win tonight," Husson coach Amanda Cummings said. "The biggest difference was we controlled possession and tempo and finally capitalized in the end."

Husson (3-3-1) wins its fifth-straight match over Maine-Machias (6-2), which has been outscored 24-1 in that span. The Eagles are 11-4 all-time in the series.

The Clippers led 1-0 when Brooklynne Lewis (11) scored with only eight seconds left before halftime, but Alison Boulier (4) answered for the Eagles in the 71st minute with an assist from Kathryn McGinnis.

After a scoreless first overtime, Hibbad's (2) heroics in the 106th minute came on a shot from 30 yards out after a double pass from Boulier and Sydney Costa. Hibbad's 12th shot and Husson's 43rd in the match ended a three-game losing streak.

"Everyone was so happy and hugged me after it went in," Hibbad said of the team's elation after her game-winner. "It didn't feel real until my teammates swarmed me and picked me up. It was an amazing feeling, and we needed that confidence."

"I'm so happy for Leah and Allie," Cummings commented. "It relieves some pressure on them when they are finding the back of the net. We have more work to do on finishing, but the best part is we are starting to play Husson soccer the way it should be played."

The Eagles blitzed the Clippers in shot attempts 43-6 and held a 12-0 edge in corner kicks. Costa registered six shots, while Hannah Clough added five.

Maine-Machias, which entered Tuesday averaging 4.6 goals per game, was shut down for most of the night by goalkeeper Jordyn Hopkins (1-2), who only had to make two saves.

Netminder Aisling Farragher-Ge (6-2) made 14 saves in the loss.

Husson resumes NAC play Saturday at Colby-Sawyer (N.H.). Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. ET.

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