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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 23, 2015 8:21 am

Murphy strikes quickly; UNE blanks Bates 2-0

LEWISTON, Maine -- Becca Murphy scored consecutive goals less than 10 minutes apart early in the second half to provide the scoring, as the University of New England shut out Bates College, 2-0, in a non-conference women's soccer match Tuesday afternoon (Sept. 22) at Russell Street Field.

The win improved the Nor'easters' record to 5-2-0, while the Bobcats suffered their first setback of the season to dip to 3-1-1. After a 19-year drought between victories over Bates, UNE has earned a win in the last two meetings.

Murphy provided the margin for victory in the 48th minute, taking a pass from Jessica Meader and lifting a shot from 30 yards out over the outstretched arms of Bates' keeper Sarah McCarthy and just inside the right post.

Murphy would add an insurance goal in the 57th minute to push her team-leading marker total to four. McCarthy thwarted Meader on a breakaway, but Murphy collected the rebound and blasted home a shot from 10 yards out.

For the game, Bates held a 35-17 advantage in shots but were limited to very few quality bids as 23 of its 35 attempts were off-frame. UNE goalkeeper Brielle Robinson registered 10 saves for her second consecutive shutout.

The Bobcats' best scoring opportunity came in the 33rd minute. After Robinson made the initial stop of a shot by Libby Masalsky, UNE defenders helped clear the ball off the goal line before a Bates player could convert the loose ball.

McCarthy totaled eight saves for Bates.

UNE is back in action Saturday when the Nor'easters head to Newport, R.I. for a Commonwealth Coast Conference match versus Salve Regina University. Start time is noon.

UNE release: http://athletics.une.edu/news/2015/9/22/wsoc_bates.aspx
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 6:18 pm

Nor'easters remain perfect in CCC with 2-1 win

NEWPORT, R.I. -- The University of New England jumped out to a 2-0 lead and held off Salve Regina University late to claim a 2-1 Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) women's soccer victory Saturday (Sept. 26) at Reynolds Field.

With the win, the Nor'easters upped their unblemished conference record to 3-0 while improving to 6-2 overall. The Seahawks now stand at 4-5 overall, 1-2 in CCC action. The triumph was UNE's ninth consecutive over Salve Regina to improve its record to 14-6 in the all-time series.

Jessica Meader broke a scoreless tie in the 24th minute, tallying an unassisted goal for her fourth marker of the year and team-leading 11th and 12th points.

The Nor'easters would receive a crucial insurance goal in the 65th minute when Edie Pallozzi scored off an assist from Brionne Turcotte to give UNE a 2-0 cushion.

Salve Regina made things interesting late when Jessica Broadhurst converted a penalty kick opportunity with just under 20 minutes remaining to cut Big Blue's lead in half. The Seahawks would be unable to notch the equalizer before time expired.

Brielle Robinson was credited with seven saves to register her sixth victory of the year for UNE, which held a 16-13 edge in shots. Carly Pala totaled eight saves for Salve Regina.

The Nor'easters host a non-conference match Tuesday when Bowdoin College comes to Biddeford for a 7 p.m. start.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 30, 2015 5:16 am

Patterson nets a pair in Bowdoin's 3-0 victory


BIDDEFORD, Maine -- First-year Julia Patterson scored a goal in each half to help power the Bowdoin College Polar Bears to a 3-0 shutout of the University of New England in a non-conference women's soccer match Tuesday evening (Sept. 29) at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

Bowdoin improved its record to 4-2 on the season, while the Nor'easters lost for the first time in four matches to drop back to 6-3.

It looked as if the first half might end in a scoreless deadlock until Patterson received a through-ball from senior Sarah Wallace, took a few touches and drove a low shot inside the right post to give Bowdoin a 1-0 lead in the 42nd minute.

The Polar Bears doubled their lead in the 79th minute when senior Kiersten Turner took a pass up the middle from classmate Jamie Hofstetter and slipped a shot into the left side of the goal.

Patterson tacked on her team-leading fifth marker with 6:21 remaining. Senior Maggie Godley sent a service in from the right side to Patterson, who headed the ball into the back of the net.

Senior Bridget McCarthy made six saves to register her third shutout of the season for Bowdoin. She made a brilliant stop in each half, parrying shots from UNE junior Anna Michaud over the crossbar twice.

Junior Brielle Robinson was equally as strong in goal for the Nor'easters, who were outshot 25-9. Robinson finished with a career-best 13 saves, including multiple diving stops of Bowdoin scoring chances.

Bowdoin returns to action Thursday with a 4 p.m. home match versus MIT. The Nor'easters are off until Saturday when they head to Nichols College for a Commonwealth Coast Conference match beginning at 3:30 p.m.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:02 am

Dickerson's heroics lift Nor'easters over Colby

BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Senior tri-captain Jackie Dickerson (Windham, N.H.) scored on a breakaway with 18 seconds remaining to give the University of New England a trilling 2-1 win over Colby College in non-conference women's soccer action Tuesday night (Oct. 6) at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

Winners of five of their last six, the Nor'easters (8-3-0) defeated Colby for the second straight season after going 1-16 in the team's initial 17 meetings. The loss drops the Mules to 3-5-1.

Dickerson ran down a beautiful lead pass by fellow senior tri-captain Kayla Hamel (Lewiston, Maine) and broke in behind the Mules' defense. Colby keeper Ashley Conley (Dedham, Mass.) came off the goal line to contest the breakaway, but Dickerson maneuvered around Conley and drove the ball into the net for her third game-winning goal of the season.

Dickerson's goal came just 1:31 after Colby had knotted the game at 1-all. First-year Katrina Holt (Seattle, Wash.) collected a pass over the top from sophomore Emily Martin (Bethesda, Md.) and flicked a shot into the net for her first collegiate goal.

The two teams had played scoreless soccer for the opening 72 minutes before junior Jessica Meader (Scarborough, Maine) got the Nor'easters on the board when she one-timed a cross from the left side by classmate Anna Michaud (Hampden, Maine).

Junior goalkeeper Brielle Robinson (Monson, Mass.) totaled six saves for the Nor'easters, who held a 21-10 advantage in shots. Conley totaled eight stops for Colby.

Both teams return to conference play Saturday. The Mules head to Wesleyan University for a 1:30 start, while UNE hosts Western New England University at 1 p.m.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 7:03 am

UNE now 5-0 in CCC after 2-0 shutout of WNE

BIDDEFORD, Maine -- The University of New England tallied a goal in each half to take a 2-0 victory over Western New England University in Commonwealth Coast Conference women's soccer action Saturday afternoon (Oct. 10) at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

The Nor'easters continue to sit atop the conference standings, upping their CCC ledger to 5-0 while improving to 9-3 overall. Western New England falls to 3-9-2 (1-3-1 CCC).

UNE got the game-winning goal in the 32nd minute when Jessica Meader headed home a cross from the right corner by Brionne Turcotte. Taylor Littlefield got the play going and was credited with a secondary assist. The goal pushed Meader's team-leading total to six.

The Nor'easters doubled their lead early in the second half. Anna Michaud fed Jackie Dickerson at the top of the box, and Dickerson drove a shot from just left-of-center into the net for her fourth marker.

UNE controlled play much of the afternoon, building a 20-6 advantage in shots and 5-2 margin in corner kicks. Brielle Robinson needed just two saves to register the shutout.

Briana Kubik was busy in goal for Western New England, totaling nine stops.

Both teams are back in action next week with mid-week road games. UNE faces the University of Southern Maine Tuesday (3:30 p.m.) and the Golden Bears take on Westfield State University Wednesday (7 p.m.).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:17 am

Nor'easters cruise past Huskies for 10th victory

GORHAM, Maine -- Kayla Hamel scored a pair of goals to lead a high-powered University of New England attack, as the Nor'easters blanked the University of Southern Maine by a score of 7-0 in non-conference women's soccer action Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 13) at Hannaford Field.

The victory was the fourth straight for the Nor'easters (10-3), who defeated Southern Maine (3-9) for the eighth consecutive time. UNE has now posted double-digits in victories in six of the last eight seasons.

Kayla Hamel got UNE on the board in the 19th minute, taking a drop pass from Jackie Dickerson and driving a low shot inside the near post.

The Nor'easters would tally again in the 34th minute when Edie Pallozzi took the ball out of the air and sent a shot inside the near post. Devon Wolfenden assisted on the play. UNE took that 2-0 cushion into intermission and led 7-3 in shots.

The second frame was all UNE. Hamel notched her second goal just 3:44 into the half. That tally was followed by markers from Taylor Littlefield, Wolfenden, Taylor Usko and Brionne Turcotte over a span of less than 16 minutes. The Nor'easters would pepper the Huskies the entire half, taking 21 shots after intermission while holding USM without a shot.

Brielle Robinson played the initial 69:05 in goal for the Nor'easters to register her 10th win. Emily Ashman and Molly Early went the rest of the way for UNE.

Marissa Temple had a busy afternoon in goal for the Huskies, making 12 stops.

The Nor'easters travel to Boston on Saturday for an important Commonwealth Coast Conference match at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Kick-off is slated for 12:30 p.m.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:59 am

Wentworth deals Nor'easters their first CCC loss

BOSTON -- Emily Richard scored a goal in each half to help power the Wentworth Institute of Technology women's soccer team to a 4-1 victory over the University of New England in a Commonwealth Coast Conference match played Saturday afternoon (Oct. 17) at Sweeney Field.

With the win, the Leopards improve to 12-2-1 overall and 5-1-0 in CCC play. UNE, which suffers its first conference loss of the season, drops to 10-4-0 overall (5-1-0 CCC).

Wentworth jumped out to a 2-0 first-half advantage and would never trail in the match. Richard got the Leopards on the scoreboard in the 20th minute when she one-timed a pass in front from Madyson Reno. The lead would double 11 minutes later on a long free kick from just inside midfield by Mary Pastorelli.

The Nor'easters sliced their deficit in half in the 55th minute when a Wentworth defender's pass was misplayed and went into the goal.

The Leopards would get that goal right back, however, as Mykaela Scarpace deposited a long shot from the right side into the upper left corner to restore WIT's two-goal margin (3-1) less than two minutes later.

Richard notched her second goal of the afternoon in the 65th minute to complete the scoring. She converted a free kick from 25 yards out for her fourth tally of the season.

Keeper Micaela Robinson recorded four saves for Wentworth, which led 19-8 in shots.

Brielle Robinson had six stops for UNE, which will play a conference match at Gordon College on Wednesday (3 p.m.).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 8:13 am

Nor'easters blank Lions, 2-0, on Senior Day

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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- On Senior Day at Barbara J. Hazard Field, the University of New England women's soccer team scored a goal in each half to take a 2-0 victory over Eastern Nazarene College in a Commonwealth Coast Conference match Saturday afternoon (Oct. 24).

With the win, the Nor'easters improve to 11-5-0 (6-2 CCC) on the season and clinch no lower than third in the conference regular-season standings. Eastern Nazarene now stands at 5-7-3 overall, 2-4-2 in conference action.

UNE broke through in the 33rd minute with what would prove to be enough scoring for victory. Devon Wolfenden converted from close range after recieving a cross from sophomore Becca Murphy.

The Nor'easters doubled their advantage in the 71st minute when Hanna Sihler scored on a scramble in front of the ENC goal. Anna Michaud started the scoring chance with a blast from straight-away that Lion goalkeeper Kristen Farley made a spectacular stop of. Jackie Dickerson got a piece of the rebound, and Sihler cleaned up for her first collegiate score.

Eastern Nazarene had its best opportunity to get into the scoring column in the first half when a shot by Lauren Hevy hit the post, and a follow-up by Katherine Lawrence was denied by a UNE defender.

Brielle Robinson came up with four saves to register the shutout for UNE, which outshot the Lions, 23-7. Farley had a strong afternoon in goal for Eastern Nazarene, totaling nine stops.

The Nor'easters will wrap up their regular season Wednesday when they host first-place Roger Williams University at 4 p.m. The Lions host Wentworth Institute of Technology that same day in an 8 p.m. night game.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:57 am

Kaiser scores twice in Hawks' 3-0 win over UNE


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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Mariah Kaiser scored a pair of first-half goals to help Roger Williams University build a three-goal lead, as the Hawks secured the top seed for the upcoming Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship with a 3-0 shutout of the University of New England in a women's soccer match played Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 28) at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

The Hawks (16-0-3, 8-0-1 CCC) will play No. 8 Eastern Nazarene College in a quarterfinal-round match Saturday at 11 a.m. UNE (11-6-0, 6-3-0) will host No. 6 Gordon College that same day at noon.

Roger Williams scored back-to-back goals 1:13 apart in the latter stages of the first half to grab control of the match. Kaiser converted a penalty kick in the 33rd minute after the Nor'easters were whistled for a foul in the box. The Hawks then made it 2-0 shortly after, scoring on a corner kick. Kristen Casey sent the ball in from the right side, and Haley Carignan headed it just over the goal line after a scramble in front.

The Hawks would add one more tally before intermission when Kaiser received a through-ball from Carignan, took one touch, and slid a left-footed shot inside the right post for her team-leading 13th goal of the season.

Sydney Martin had seven saves to register her eighth shutout. Shemade a nice stop of a point-blank offering by UNE's Anna Michaud in the 13th minute, and came off her line to make a sliding stop of a shot from Jackie Dickerson in the 81st minute.

Brielle Robinson was credited with seven saves for UNE.

This will be the second consecutive season the Nor'easters have hosted Gordon in the opening round of the CCC Championship. The two teams met once this regular season, with the Fighting Scots earning a 2-1 overtime home win Oct. 21.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of New England

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:16 am

Gordon upsets UNE on golden goal by Kefalas

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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Jill Kefalas scored with 8:10 elapsed in overtime to provide the sixth-seeded Gordon College Fighting Scots with a 2-1 win over third-seeded University of New England in a Commonwealth Coast Conference Women's Soccer Championship quarterfinal-round game Saturday afternoon (Oct. 31) at Barbara J. Hazard Field.

Gordon (6-8-3) advances to Wednesday's semifinal round and will travel to No. 2 Wentworth Institute of Technology, a 4-0 winner over Curry College. The Nor'easters (11-7-0) await word on a potential Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) New England Championship bid.

Kefalas' golden goal came on a corner kick. Jamie Breton put the ball in play from the left corner with a high service in front of the goal. The ball came down in a crowd, and Kefalas was able to get a foot on it and direct a high shot into the center of the goal.

UNE, which controlled play for the majority of the match, had grabbed a 1-0 lead just 4:53 into the contest when Jackie Dickerson received a pass from Jessica Meader, maneuvered her way into the box, and sent a high shot inside the near right post.

Gordon drew even in the 23rd minute when a cross from the right corner by Kiersten Klose deflected off the foot of a UNE defender into the net.

The Nor'easters, who led 25-9 in shots on the day, had multiple near-misses in the second half, including a pair of offerings less than two minutes apart from Devon Wolfenden -- one of which hit the post and the other connected with the crossbar.

McKenzie Dion had a busy day in goal for the Fighting Scots, recording a total of 14 saves. Brielle Robinson had three stops for UNE.

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