Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:11 am

Cooper Leads Mariners to 4-0 Shutout on Senior Night

CASTINE, Maine – Tori Cooper (Saco, Maine) scored twice to lead Maine Maritime Academy women's soccer to a 4-0 North Atlantic Conference win on Tuesday evening at Ritchie Field.

Cooper broke open the scoring in the 5th minute with a booming free kick that curved into the net.

Maine Maritime's leading goal scorer and reigning NAC Rookie of the Week, Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.) found the back of the net in the 18th minute on a ball played up by teammate Morgan Libby (Brunswick, Maine) to make it 2-0.

Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calif.) added a score in the 22nd minute when she bounced a ball of her defender and laid out to sneak the ball past Terrier keeper Paige Leary.

Cooper added an insurance goal in the 61st minute on a penalty kick, her sixth goal on the season.

The Mariners dominated possession of the ball, and controlled the tempo for most of the game, tallying 26 shots to the Terriers' four.

Bronte Howorth led the Terrier offense with two shots on goal.

Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) was strong in net stopping all four shots she faced, to grab her 7th shutout of the year, tying Meghan Marshall with the most shutouts in a single season. Leary recorded nine saves in the effort for Thomas.

The Mariners improve to 8-6-1 overall and 5-1-1 in the NAC, while Thomas falls to 6-9 on the season and 3-5 in conference play. Maine Maritime returns to action on Saturday at Green Mountain College.

Prior to the game, the Mariners honored their two seniors, Cooper and Kelsie Hilton (Monmouth, Maine).

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Re: Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:13 am

Cooper Leads Mariners to 4-0 Shutout on Senior Night

CASTINE, Maine – Tori Cooper (Saco, Maine) scored twice to lead Maine Maritime Academy women's soccer to a 4-0 North Atlantic Conference win on Tuesday evening at Ritchie Field.

Cooper broke open the scoring in the 5th minute with a booming free kick that curved into the net.

Maine Maritime's leading goal scorer and reigning NAC Rookie of the Week, Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.) found the back of the net in the 18th minute on a ball played up by teammate Morgan Libby (Brunswick, Maine) to make it 2-0.

Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calif.) added a score in the 22nd minute when she bounced a ball of her defender and laid out to sneak the ball past Terrier keeper Paige Leary.

Cooper added an insurance goal in the 61st minute on a penalty kick, her sixth goal on the season.

The Mariners dominated possession of the ball, and controlled the tempo for most of the game, tallying 26 shots to the Terriers' four.

Bronte Howorth led the Terrier offense with two shots on goal.

Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) was strong in net stopping all four shots she faced, to grab her 7th shutout of the year, tying Meghan Marshall with the most shutouts in a single season. Leary recorded nine saves in the effort for Thomas.

The Mariners improve to 8-6-1 overall and 5-1-1 in the NAC, while Thomas falls to 6-9 on the season and 3-5 in conference play. Maine Maritime returns to action on Saturday at Green Mountain College.

Prior to the game, the Mariners honored their two seniors, Cooper and Kelsie Hilton (Monmouth, Maine).

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Re: Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:43 am

Lewis' Hat Trick Leads Mariners to Program-Best 8th Shutout of Season

POULTNEY, Vt. – Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.) notched a hat trick and Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calif.) scored twice to lead Maine Maritime Academy to a 6-0 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) win over Green Mountain College, on Saturday afternoon at Eagles Game Field.

Maine Maritime (9-6-1, 6-1-1 NAC) opened the scoring early getting their first goal in the 4th minute, when DeFrank scored her first of the day on a penalty kick following an Eagle foul in the box.

Lewis scored the next three goals for the Mariners, with two coming in the first half and her third just a couple minutes into the second period to extend the lead to 4-0. The hat trick gave the freshman midfielder a team-leading 12 goals on the year, and placing her third in the conference overall.

DeFrank scored her second of the game and seventh of the season with just over 37 minutes remaining in the game. Emily Wyman (Brockton, Mass.) added a goal in the 87th minute of play to close out the scoring on the afternoon, giving her six goals this season.

Maine Maritime outshot the Eagles 12-8 while the teams tied for one corner kick each.

Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) stopped five shots on net to pick up a program-record eighth shutout of the season for the Mariners, while Kim Simonetti made four saves in the loss for GMC.

The Mariners will wrap up regular season play at Castleton tomorrow at noon.

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Re: Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:52 am

NAC Quarterfinal: Maine Maritime Academy vs. Husson University

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Saturday's Game: #3 Maine Maritime Academy (9-7-1, NAC 6-2-1) vs. #6 Husson University (8-9-1,NAC 4-5) , 4:30 p.m., Ritchie Field, Castine, Maine.

Series History: Husson University holds a 17-2-4 all-time record over Maine Maritime, including a 1-1-2 record in the last four matchups. At home, the Mariners are 2-6-2 against the Eagles.

Last Meeting: The Mariners grabbed their first victory over the Eagles since 2005 earlier this season on October 10. The Mariners cruised a 4-0 shutout win at home on Ritchie Field.

Emily Wyman (Brockton, Maine) scored a pair of goals and dished out an assist to lead Maine Maritime to the victory. Tori Cooper (Saco, Maine) and Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.) added the other two goals for the Mariners, while Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) recorded four saves in net.

Maine Maritime Academy This Season: The Mariners compiled an impressive 9-7-1 overall record this season, including a program-record eight shutouts, and a 6-2-1 record in the NAC. This season, the Mariners recorded the most conference wins since 2006, when they went 7-3-1 in the NAC. The 7-4 record at home, is the best home record for the Mariners since 2004, when they went 7-3-1 on Ritchie Field.

Maine Maritime opened up their season with a thrilling 2-1 overtime win over Gordon College on September 1, and wrapped up their season going 8-2 in the final 10 games. The Mariners needed extra time in four contests, with two games heading into overtime and two going into double overtime.

Husson University This Season: The Eagles compiled an 8-9-1 overall record, including a 4-5 record in NAC play.

Husson opened up their season with a 1-1 draw against Western New England on September 5, before winning the next two games against Saint Joe's and the University of New England. The Eagles needed extra time in three games this season, competing in one overtime, and two double overtime contests.

The Mariners: Freshman Makayla Lewis leads the team with 12 goals and five assists, for a total of 26 points, while Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calif.) had seven goals, and Emily Wyman and Tori Cooper each have six goals each. Wyman dished out six assists, and Cooper tallied five helpers.

The Eagles: Sophomore Leah Hibbad leads the Eagles with 10 goals and a pair of assists, while Alison Boulier has seven goals and three assists. Sydney Costa has a team-leading four assists and Keeper Kayla Gordon has two shutouts in net for Husson.

NAC Rankings: Makayla Lewis ranks third in the North Atlantic Conference in goals and points, while Maggie McConkey ranks third in goals against, goals against average and fourth in save percentage. McConkey also leads the NAC in shutouts. Emily Wyman's six assists ties her with five players for second best in the NAC.

The Eagles rank second in overall goals scored (37) and assists (26). The Mariners rank third in the NAC with a 1.26 goals against average, and hold the second lowest goals against total (22).

Scoring Threat: Tori Cooper and Emily Wyman have each scored a pair of goals in their careers against the Eagles, while Makayla Lewis and Morgan Libby each have a score.

Leah Hibbad and Mollie Roy are the only current Eagles to score against the Mariners, but never against current Mariner Keeper Maggie McConkey.

Home Playoff: This is the first home playoff game for the Mariners, since 2009 when they hosted Johnson State.

Third Seed: This is the first third seed ranking for Maine Maritime since the 2009-2010 season.

Tournament Info: Quarterfinal winners will advance to the semifinal round which will be played on Tuesday, November 3. Top-seeded Castleton will host the winner of the New England College vs. UMaine-Farmington quarterfinal, while No. 2 Colby-Sawyer will host the winner of the Maine Maritime vs. Husson quarterfinal contest. Semifinal game times will be released at a later date.

Semifinal winners will square off for the conference championship on Saturday, November 7, at a time to be determined at the site of the higher seed.

The NAC Champion will receive an automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship.

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Re: Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:59 am

Oh Susana! DeFrank Lifts Mariners over Eagles in NAC Quarterfinal

CASTINE, Maine – Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calif.) scored in the 67th minute to lead Maine Maritime Academy women's soccer to a 1-0 North Atlantic Conference Quarterfinal victory on Saturday night on Ritchie Field.

The Mariners outshot the Eagles 18-11, and landed seven shots on net to the Husson's two.

DeFrank, Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.) and Emily Wyman (Brockton, Mass.) led the Mariners with two shots on goal each while Leah Hibbad recorded both of Husson's shots on net.

Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) recorded two saves, in her program-record ninth shutout of the season, while Husson's keeper Kayla Gordon tallied six stops in net.

The Mariners improve to 10-7-1 overall, and advance to the NAC Semifinals on Tuesday, November 3 at Castleton University.

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Re: Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Nov 03, 2015 5:52 am

NAC Semifinal: Maine Maritime Academy at Colby-Sawyer College

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Tuesday's Game: #3 Maine Maritime Academy (10-7-1) vs. #2 Colby-Sawyer College (11-3-2), 1:30 p.m., Kelsey Soccer Field, New London, N.H.

Series History: The Chargers hold a 5-0 all-time record over the Mariners, in a rivalry that only dates back to 2011. This is the third time the two teams will meet at Colby-Sawyer.

Postseason History: This is the first postseason meeting between these two teams.

Last Meeting: On September 19th the Mariners hosted the Chargers for their NAC opener, falling 3-2 on Ritchie Field.

Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calfi.) headed in a goal in the 12th minute of the game, on a ball crossed by Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.), but the Chargers responded nearly eight minutes later when Dominique Papa snuck a ball past Mariner keeper Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) to tie the game at 1-1.

Maura Kane gave the Chargers the lead entering the half with a goal in the 42nd minute. Lewis put the game at 2-2 in the 58th minute, but the Chargers scored in the 75th minute on a goal from Nell McQueeney, to take the 3-2 win.

McConkey recorded four saves in net, while Karley Hamilton stopped two shots in net for the Chargers.

The game broke the Charger's four-game shutout streak against the Mariners, and was the closest game in program history between the two teams.

Maine Maritime Academy This Season: The Mariners compiled an impressive 9-7-1 overall record during the regular season, including a program-record eight shutouts, and a 6-2-1 record in the NAC. This season, the Mariners recorded the most conference wins since 2006, when they went 7-3-1 in the NAC. The 8-4 record at home, is the best home record for the Mariners since 2004, when they went 7-3-1 on Ritchie Field.

Maine Maritime opened up their season with a thrilling 2-1 overtime win over Gordon College on September 1, and wrapped up their season going 8-2 in the final 10 games. The Mariners needed extra time in four contests, with two games heading into overtime and two going into double overtime.

On Saturday the Mariners defeated #6 Husson University 1-0, to advance to the semifinals. Susana DeFrank scored the game-winner in the 67th minute, her eighth goal of the season and second game-winner.

Colby-Sawyer This Season: The Chargers went 11-3-2 overall this season, including a 8-1 record in the NAC. Only two of Colby-Sawyer's games went into extra time, both resulting in a tie.

Colby-Sawyer opened up their season with a 3-0 non-conference win over Norwich. The Chargers saw their eight-game win streak snapped with a 2-0 loss to Castleton on October 20.

The Mariners: Freshman Makayla Lewis leads the team with 12 goals and five assists, for a total of 26 points, while Susana DeFrank had eight goals, and Emily Wyman (Brockton, Mass.) and Tori Cooper (Saco, Maine) each have six goals each. Wyman dished out six assists, and Cooper tallied five helpers.

The Chargers: Rachel Quaye leads Colby-Sawyer with eight goals, including four game-winners and three assists, while Lizzie Jorgensen leads the team with six assists. Abbie Sansoucy leads the team with 51 shots.

NAC Rankings: Makayla Lewis ranks third in the North Atlantic Conference in goals and points, while Maggie McConkey ranks second in goals against average (1.19), third in goals against (22), and fourth in save percentage (.790). McConkey also leads the NAC in shutouts. Emily Wyman's six assists ties her with five players for second best in the NAC, including Colby-Sawyer's Lizzie Jorgensen.

Charger keeper Karley Hamilton leads the NAC in save percentage (.829), goals-against average (.081) and goals against (13).

Scoring Threats: Susana DeFrank and Makayla Lewis are the only two Mariners who have scored against the Chargers, Lewis dished out an assist against Colby-Sawyer as well.

Dominique Papa, Maura Kane, Nell McQueeney, Rachel Quaye, Corrie Hoyt, Kelsey Campbell and Tallon Tomasi have scored against the Mariners. Lizzie Jorgensen, Quaye and Campbell have also picked up assists against the Mariners. Papa, Kane, and McQueeney are the only Chargers to get past Mariner keeper Maggie McConkey.

By the Numbers: In the conference matchup earlier this season, the Mariners scored a two goals on the Chargers, the only other NAC team to score that many goals against Colby-Sawyer was the #1 seeded Castleton University.

The Chargers scored three goals on the Mariners, the most by any conference opponent. The Mariners held six conference opponents scoreless during the regular season, while the Chargers only had four shutouts against NAC teams.

Tournament Info: Semifinal winners will square off for the conference championship on Saturday, November 7, at a time to be determined at the site of the higher seed.

The NAC Champion will receive an automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship.

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2015 NAC WOMEN'S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE
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Quarterfinals • Saturday, October 31
No. 4 New England College 5, No. 5 UMaine-Farmington 1 - Boxscore
No. 3 Maine Maritime 1, No. 6 Husson 0 - Boxscore

Semifinals • Tuesday, November 3
No. 4 New England College at No. 1 Castleton - 2:00 p.m.
No. 3 Maine Maritime at No. 2 Colby-Sawyer - 1:30 p.m.

Championship Match • Saturday, November 7
Semifinal Winners (at higher seed) - TBA - Video

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Re: Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Nov 03, 2015 5:54 am

DeFrank & McConkey Named in NAC Weekly Awards

CASTINE, Maine – For the second time this season, Maine Maritime's Susana DeFrank (Temecula, Calif.) has been named the North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Week and goalie Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) has been named the NAC Defensive Player of the Week.

Rookie of the Week - Susana DeFrank
DeFrank scored in the 67th minute to lead Maine Maritime to a 1-0 NAC Quarterfinal victory over Husson. The freshman picked up her eighth goal of the season, including her second game-winner, and was one of three players to lead the team with two shots on goal.

Defensive Player of the Week - Maggie McConkey
McConkey held strong in net and to lead the Mariners to a 1-0 NAC Quarterfinal victory over Husson. The junior picked up her ninth shutout of the season after making two saves, which earned her a Maine Maritime record in season shutouts.

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Re: Soccer women 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 04, 2015 6:26 am

Mariners Fall in Overtime to Chargers in NAC Semifinals

NEW LONDON, N.H. -- Emily Martin scored late in the first overtime to lift Colby-Sawyer to a 1-0 victory over Maine Maritime in the NAC Semifinals on Tuesday afternoon.

In an evenly played match, each team saw a fair share of scoring opportunities but could not break through thanks to impressive goaltending and timely defense. Both teams took seven shots in the first half, but the Chargers went on to hold an overall 19-13 shot advantage on the afternoon.

The Mariners had the best chance of the contest eight minutes into the second half when NAC Rookie of the Year Makayla Lewis (Purcellville, Va.) got behind the Colby-Sawyer goalie Karley Hamilton and took a shot that was blocked by Martin to keep things scoreless.

With a little under two and half minutes remaining in the first overtime, Martin gathered the ball and ripped a shot from 25 yards out that hit off a player a few yards in front of her, keeping the ball on an upward trajectory ending up in the top left corner of the net, to break the scoreless match and send the Chargers to victory.

Maine Maritime's keeper Maggie McConkey (Fryeburg, Maine) had eight stops in the loss, while Hamilton made six saves and earned her eighth shutout of the season for the Chargers.

Lewis led the Mariners with six shots, while Tori Cooper (Saco, Maine) took five shots. Both players landed three shots on net to lead the offensive attack.

"I couldn't be more proud of my team," said Maine Maritime's Head Coach Seth Brown, "Their effort was fearless. We played the game with heart, passion and courage. The whole MMA community can feel proud of this group of women."

The Mariners conclude their season with a 10-8-1 overall record, their best record since going 10-7-1 in 2009. With the win, the second seed Chargers improve to 12-3-2 and will host the fourth seed New England College for the NAC Championship on Saturday. The Pilgrims upset top seeded Castleton, 3-1, in today's other semifinal match.

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