Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:40 pm

Richards Leads Mariners over Lyndon

CASTINE, Maine – Tristan Richards (Greenville, Maine) scored twice to lead Maine Maritime Academy men's soccer over Lyndon State 3-1 on Saturday night, giving the Mariners their first North Atlantic Conference win of the season.

The Mariners who improve to 2-6-1 overall and 1-1-1 in the NAC opened up the scoring when Richards found the back of the net in the 31st minute.

Lyndon (1-7, 0-3) answered back almost 10 minutes later when Joshua Thibault snuck the equalizer by Mariner keeper Joshua Reeks (Bedford, N.H.).

Richards put the Mariners ahead in the 48th minute, and Henry Hersey (Greenville, Maine) added another goal in the 57th minute to give Maine Maritime the victory.

Reeks ended the game with four saves in the win, while Matt LaClair stopped six shots in net for the Hornets.

Maine Maritime returns to action tomorrow against Johnson State at 3:30 p.m. on Ritchie Field.

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:40 am

Mariners Overpower Badgers

CASTINE, Maine – Maine Maritime men's soccer defeated Johnson State 11-0 on Sunday afternoon, in North Atlantic Conference play at Ritchie Field.

Bryan Soucy (Windham, Maine) opened up the scoring for the Mariners in the 4th minute, and then dished out an assist to Kyle Haslam (Lamoine, Maine) in the 13th minute to put the Mariners up 2-0.

Jonathan Reeks (Bedford, N.H.) set Haslam up in the 22nd minute to make it 3-0. Matt Leblanc (Dayton, Maine) headed in a corner kick from Soucy in the 33rd minute to extend the Mariner lead to 4-0. Tom Samson's (Waterville, Maine) shot rebounded off the hands of Badger keeper Sean Springer, and Jack Weeks (Ellsworth, Maine) chipped the ball in the net to make it 5-0, heading into the half.

In the second half, Christopher Gilman (Old Town, Maine) and Alex Blackwell (Rockport, Maine) each added a pair of goals, and Samson scored a goal to lead the Mariners to an 11-0 win.

Joshua Reeks (Bedford, N.H.) grabbed the win in net for the Mariners, stopping all two shots he faced, while Sean Springer stopped 11 shots in net for the Badgers.

The 11-goal perfomance, ranks second all-time in most goals scored in a game in program history. The last time the Mariners scored 11 goals during a game, was on October 26, 1995 against the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.

Maine Maritime improves to 3-6-1 overall and 2-1-1 in the NAC, and returns to action on Tuesday night when they travel to take on Bates College in non-conference action.

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 07, 2015 5:49 am

Bobcats Edge Mariners

LEWISTON, Maine – A late-game goal lifted Bates College over Maine Maritime Academy 1-0, on Tuesday night in non-conference play at Garcelon Field.

The Mariners and Bobcats battled back-and-forth until Drew Munoz broke the scoreless match with his first collegiate goal in the 77th minute. Sophomore forward Nate Merchant earned the assist, his second of the season, carrying the ball toward the right goal-line before threading a cross through the penalty area, which found its way to Munoz on the left corner of the box.

Bates (6-2-1) held a 23-6 edge in shots, while the Mariners took three corner kicks to the Bobcat's two.

Maine Maritime goalkeeper Marshall Spear (Rockport, Maine) had nine saves in back of a stout defense that kept the Mariners in the game, while Sam Polito earned the shutout win in net for Bates.

Maine Maritime (3-7-1) will resume North Atlantic Conference play on Saturday, October 10th when they host Husson University at 3:30 p.m. on Ritchie Field.

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 08, 2015 5:45 am

Mariners Fall to Curry in Double Overtime

CASTINE, Maine – Maine Maritime Academy women's soccer fell to Curry College 3-2 in double overtime on Wednesday night, in non-conference action at Ritchie Field.

Early in the first half, Kaitlyn Lima broke away from her defender and challenged Mariner goalkeeper Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine), but McConkey made an impressive leaping save to deflect the ball with her fingertips.

Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calif.) put the Mariners on the board in the 21st minute, when she dribbled past her defender following a throw in and snuck the ball past Curry's keeper Morgan Stott.

Just a few minutes later Emily Wyman (Brockton, Mass.) had a good opportunity for the Mariners but her hard shot was stopped by Stott, keeping it at 1-0 Mariners.

Samantha McGrath tied things up at 1-1 in the 31st minute, when her shot deflected off the hands of McConkey and into the bottom right corner of the net.

In the second half, Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.) put the Mariners ahead 2-1 in the 49th minute, when she sliced a shot past Stott.

The Colonels answered back just minutes later when Lima tied things up at 2-2.

Both teams orchestrated scoring opportunities in the final 39 minutes of regulation, but neither team found the back of the net, sending the game into overtime.

In the first overtime period, the Colonels recorded two shots while the Mariners took one, but neither team could capitalize, sending the Mariners to their second double-overtime game of the season.

Lima grabbed the win for Curry in the 102nd minute, with her second goal of the game.

McConkey recorded six saves in net, while Stott ended the evening with four saves in the victory.

Maine Maritime (4-6-1) returns to action on Saturday, October 10 when they host North Atlantic Conference rival Husson University at 1:00 p.m. on Ritchie Field.

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:41 am

Mariners Fall in Double Overtime to Husson

CASTINE, Maine -- A penalty kick goal with 1:45 remaining in the second overtime period lifted Husson University over Maine Maritime Academy 2-1, on Saturday evening in North Atlantic Conference action on Ritchie Field.

Phil Frost scored early for the Eagles, with 38 minutes remaining in the first half, on a pass up the field from Jimmy Fitpatrick and Stephen Berenyi to give the visitors a 1-0 lead.

Despite controlling the ball for the majority of second half, it took the Mariners until the 82nd minute to find the back of the net on a beautiful set up from Bryan Soucy (Windham, Maine) to Ike Doiron (Wilton, Maine) to tie things up at 1-1. The Mariners recorded 14 shots in the second half alone, but could not break the tie, sending the game into overtime.

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 (Hampden, Maine) 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 (Bedford, N.H.). Reeks made an impressive 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 with 1:45 remaining in the second overtime to lift the Eagles to the NAC victory.

Reeks ended the day with six saves, while Cody Gross recorded nine saves in net for the Eagles.

The Mariners fall to 3-8-1 overall and 2-2-1 in the NAC, while the Eagles improve to 6-5-1 overall and 3-2 in conference play. Maine Maritime will return to action next Saturday, October 17th at New England College.

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:40 am

Mariners Fall to New England College

HENNIKER, N.H. – Maine Maritime Academy men's soccer fell to New England College 3-0, on Saturday afternoon in North Atlantic Conference play.

NEC's Ronsard Masamba put the Pilgrims on the board in the 35th minute on a penalty kick. The Pilgrims extended their lead to 2-0 just over a minute later as Michael Skarbelis snuck a pass through two Mariner defenders and found the foot of Sina Samali who grabbed his fourth goal of the season.

The Pilgrims added an insurance goal in the second half when Michael Skarbelis scored his team-high 19th goal of the season, putting in a loose ball in the box.

New England College's Tenzin Khenrab recorded four saves in the shutout victory, while Maine Maritime keeper Joshua Reeks (Bedford, N.H.) stopped seven Pilgrim shots on the afternoon.

The loss drops the Mariners to 3-9-1 on the season and 2-3-1 in the NAC. Maine Maritime returns home on Tuesday, October 20 against Thomas College on Senior Night at 7:30 p.m.

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:12 am

Mariners Fall to Terriers on Senior Night

CASTINE, Maine -- Maine Maritime Academy men's soccer fell 1-0 to Thomas College in North Atlantic Conference action on Tuesday evening, at Ritchie Field.

In the scoreless first half, both teams tallied one shot on goal, but Thomas held a 7-4 edge in total shots.

The second half proved to be an extremely physical battle. With just under 37 minutes remaining in the second half, Bryan Soucy's (Windham, Maine) penalty kicked was deflected by Thomas keeper Joakim Sternas, keeping things scoreless.

London Steede-Jackson converted on a free kick in the 79th minute to give the Terriers the 1-0 lead, and the eventual victory.

Joshua Reeks (Bedford, N.H.) was impressive in net, recording one save, while Sternas ended the evening with two stops.

The Mariners fall to 3-10-1 overall and 2-4-1 in the NAC, while the Terriers improve to 11-4 on the season and 7-1 in the conference. The Mariners return to action on Saturday against Green Mountain College.

Prior to the game, the Mariners honored their senior players; Bo McLain (Newcastle, Maine), Jonathan Reeks (Bedford, N.H.), Brandon Landry (Bangor, Maine), Kyle Haslam (Lamoine, Maine), Matt Leblanc (Dayton, Maine), Bryan Soucy, Christopher Gilman (Old Town, Maine) and Taylor Ploch (Old Town, Maine).

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:45 am

Mariners Grab 5-1 Win Over Eagles

POULTNEY, Vt. – Maine Maritime tallied three goals in the first half to cruise to a 5-1 North Atlantic Conference victory over Green Mountain College on Saturday afternoon.

Matt Leblanc (Dayton, Maine) opened the scoring in the 27th minute for the Mariners, when he found the back of the net on Ike Doiron's (Wilton, Maine) corner kick.

In the 33rd minute, Bryan Soucy (Windham, Maine) made it 2-0 Maine Maritime, when he picked up a loose ball just outside the 18-yard box and lined a shot over the outstretched arms of Eagles' keeper Samuel Nichols.

Tom Samson (Waterville, Maine) found the back of the net on a rebounded shot, to put the Mariners ahead 3-0, when Nichols was unable to maintain a handle on a previous shot by Kyle Haslam (Lamoine, Maine).

Green Mountain got on the scoreboard early in the second half when Nate Berner-Tobin hit a long lob shot from about 30 yards out that snuck over the head of Mariners' keeper Joshua Reeks (Bedford, N.H.).

Samson added his second goal of the game in the 57th minute on a pass from Zach Pitcairn (Lincolnville, Maine) and Jonathan Reeks (Bedford, N.H.) was in the right place at the right time to tap home the free ball, with less than a minute remaining to give the Mariners, the 5-1 victory.

Maine Maritime outshot the Eagles 24-5 and held a decisive 13-0 edge in corner kicks.

Joshua Reeks picked up the win for the Mariners stopping three of the four shots he faced, while Michael Rust (Bridgton, Maine) played the final ten minutes in net without having to make a save. Green Mountain received seven saves from Nichols in the loss.

Maine Maritime improves to 4-10-1 overall and 3-4-1 in the NAC. The Mariners travel to take on Castleton tomorrow at 2:30 pm in their final regular season game.

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Re: Soccer men 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Nov 05, 2015 7:11 am

Leblanc Named to All-NAC Second Team; Gilman Named to Sportsmanship Team

CASTINE, Maine – For the third-straight season, Senior defender Matt Leblanc (Dayton, Maine) has been named to the North Atlantic Conference First Team All-Conference, and senior Christopher Gilman (Old Town, Maine) has been named to the first-ever NAC Men's Soccer Sportsmanship Team.

North Atlantic Conference Second Team - Matt Leblanc

Leblanc, started all 16 games for the Mariners tallying two goals and an assist while recording 12 shots, including three on goal. The Dayton, Maine native and Marine Engineering Technology major was a leader of a Mariner defense that only gave up 1.3 goals against conference opponents.


North Atlantic Conference Sportsmanship Team - Christopher Gilman
Gilman, an Old Town, Maine native and Marine Systems Engineering major, tallied a season-high two goals in the Mariners' 11-0 victory over Johnson State on October 4. Gilman has served as team captain for two-straight seasons, and a two-year NAC All-Academic honoree.

New to the conference this season is the selection of a Sportsmanship Team which is reserved for those who have distinguished themselves through demonstrated acts of sportsmanship and ethical behavior. The honorees are individuals who have positively affected the men's soccer culture and game environment and whose behavior clearly demonstrates sportsmanship and integrity that go beyond the playing rules and etiquette.

2015 Men's Soccer All-Conference Teams

To view a PDF list of the All-Conference team click HERE.

First Team
F - Phil Frost, Senior, Husson
F - Denali Sexton, Sophomore, Colby-Sawyer
F - Michael Skarbelis, Sophomore, New England College
M - Stephen Berenyi, Senior, Husson
M - Tre Ming, Senior, Thomas
M - Jake Tietgens, Senior, Castleton
D - Lukas Bohman, Senior, Thomas
D - Eric Cross, Senior, Castleton
D - Paul Phillips, Junior, Castleton
D - Rick Prindiville, Junior, Colby-Sawyer
GK - Amir Pasic, Senior, Castleton

Second Team
F - Ibrahim Achekh, Sophomore, UMaine-Farmington
F - Josh Emard, Freshman, Thomas
F - Adam LaBrie, Freshman, Thomas
F - Ronsard Masamba, Junior, New England College
M - Willie Clemons, Sophomore, Thomas
M - Solo Felekeni, Junior, Castleton
M - Rizy Misiri, Junior, New England College
D - Mike Curtis, Junior, Husson
D - Uriah Forest-Bulley, Senior, UMaine-Farmington
D - Matt Leblanc, Senior, Maine Maritime
GK - Cody Gross, Sophomore, Husson

Player of the Year - Tre Ming, Senior, Thomas
Defensive Player of the Year - Amir Pasic, Senior, Castleton
Rookie of the Year - DJ Nicholas, Freshman, Thomas
Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year - Stephen Berenyi, Senior, Husson
Coach of the Year - John O'Connor, Third Season, Castleton

Sportsmanship Team
Zachary Anderson, Senior, Colby-Sawyer
Stephen Berenyi Senior, Husson
Lukas Bohman, Senior, Thomas
Ryan Crozier, Junior, Green Mountain
Christopher Gilman, Senior, Maine Maritime
Liam Kelleher, Sophomore, Lyndon
Steve Koenemann, Junior, Castleton
Sebastian Manteau, Senior, New England College
Chris Roberts, Senior, UMaine-Farmington
Rob Wetmore, Sophomore, Johnson State

Click HERE to view the complete NAC release.

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