Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

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Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:47 pm

Schedule:

SEPTEMBER
Tue. 1 Me.-Fort Kent 5:00 PM
Sat. 5 Mass.-Boston 5:00 PM
Wed. 9 Southern Maine 7:30 PM
Thu. 17 at Saint Joseph's (Me.) 4:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 19 at Bates 2:00 PM
Tue. 22 U. of New England 7:00 PM
Sat. 26 at Lyndon St. * 1:00 PM
Mon. 28 at Colby 7:00 PM

OCTOBER
Sat. 3 at New England Col. * 12:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sun. 4 at Colby-Sawyer * 12:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 10 Green Mountain * 3:30 PM
Sun. 11 Castleton * 2:30 PM
Wed. 14 at Me.-Farmington * 3:15 PM
Sat. 17 Husson * 6:00 PM
Tue. 20 at Maine Maritime * 7:30 PM
Sat. 24 Johnson St. * 3:30 PM

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:16 am

2015 Men's Soccer Roster

No. Name Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School
00 Alex Berard GK Fr. 6-0 180 Winslow, Maine / Winslow
0 Jonathan Dutka GK Fr. 5-11 175 Durham, N.H. / Oyster River
2 Jordan Payne D Fr. 6-1 190 Sandys, Bermuda / Berkeley Institute
3 Eric Knight B So. 5-6 140 Harpswell, Maine / Mount Arrat
4 Baramee Janla F Fr. 5-4 130 Winter Harbor, Maine / Sumner Memorial
5 Benjamin Vigue D Fr. 5-10 145 Yarmouth, Maine / Yarmouth
6 Josh Emard F Fr. 5-7 150 Lebanon, Maine / Noble
7 DJ Nicholas F Fr. 5-9 155 Portland, Maine / North Yarmouth Academy
8 London Steede-Jackson M Jr. 6-0 147 Hamilton Parish, Bermuda / Cedarbridge Academy
9 Mikal Simmons F Jr. 5-8 140 Pembroke, Bermuda / Cedar Bridge Academy
10 Tre Ming M Sr. 5-9 150 Devonshire, Bermuda / South Kent
11 Willie Clemons M So. 5-9 150 Paget, Bermuda / Warwick Academy
13 Lukas Bohman D Sr. 6-1 178 Gnesta, Sweden / Tessin
14 John Flores-McKenna M/F So. 5-5 140 Rockville Centre, N.Y. / Southside
17 Kyle Fletcher M/F So. 5-8 180 Monmouth, Maine / Monmouth
18 Rasmus Loso M Jr. 5-9 187 Jarfalla, Sweden / Sam Gymnasium
19 Ibrahim Moustapher M/F So. 5-10 160 Blantyre, Malawi / Hebron Academy
20 Chris Godfrey D Sr. 5-8 175 South Hampton, Bermuda / Berkeley Institute
21 William Nilson M/F So. 6-0 170 Vaxholm, Sweden / Danderyds
23 Adam LaBrie F Fr. 6-0 145 Yarmouth, Maine / Yarmouth
27 Joakim Sternas GK Jr. 6-1 167 Stockholm, Sweden / Bromma Gymnasium


Head Coach: Christopher Parsons '98
Assistant Coaches: Tony Flye, Mike Anderson, and Shaquille Trott
Captains: Lukas Bohman and Tre Ming
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:17 am

Thomas Drops Season Opener to UMFK 3-0

WATERVILLE, ME – Thomas College fell to the University of Maine at Fort Kent in their season opener with a 3-0 loss on Tuesday evening at Smith Field.

The first half featured even back and forth play with both teams earning scoring opportunities. The best scoring chance of the half came eight minutes into the game when Bengals forward Ben Kluvers rung the post on a free kick shot just outside the box.

The teams traded chances throughout the remainder of the half with Fort Kent outshooting the Terriers 9-6. However, the squads entered halftime scoreless.

The Bengals struck quickly in the early minutes of the second half. Rodney Witter headed in a cross by Jamie Reid to put Fort Kent up 1-0.

UMFK extended their lead four minutes later. Kalusha Kotes sent the ball in towards net from midfield where Ross Downie headed in the Bengals second goal.

The two teams battled for the middle portion of the half, trading chance for chance. Fort Kent put the game out of reach with seven minutes remaining when Willie Monthe received a pass from Odean Irons, moved around the Thomas defender, and netted the third Bengal goal.

Thomas was outshot 10-3 in the second half and was unable to maintain extended possession in the Bengals end of the field. Willie Clemons and Adam LaBrie led the Red and Black with three shots a piece in the contest.

Butch Forbes earned the shutout in net for RWU, recording six saves. Joakim Sternas took the loss, saving two of five shots on goal.

The Terriers will be back on the pitch Saturday, September 5 when they host the University of Massachusetts Boston at 5:00 pm on Smith Field. The University of Maine at Fort Kent will host Crandall University this Thursday at 4:00 pm in the team's home opener.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:17 am

Terriers Fall to Beacons 3-1

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas College men's soccer team was defeated by the University of Massachusetts Boston 3-1 on Saturday afternoon in a non-conference game at Smith Field. Adam LaBrie scored his first collegiate goal in the loss.

The Beacons scored first, 11 minutes into the contest, with a goal by Elton Teixeira, assisted by Calvin Smick. The Terriers defense held the score until the closing minutes of the half when Edmilson Barros scored off a cross by Arlindo Goncalves to extend the Beacon lead to 2-0 at the break.

The early parts of the second half featured back in forth scoring chances for both squads. UMass-Boston was first to get on the board in the second frame on a diving header goal by Barros. The Terriers answered seven minutes later with LaBrie's goal, assisted by Tre Ming. Thomas was unable to convert on multiple chances down the stretch and ultimately fell 3-1.

Beacons goalie Alfonso Rosales stopped eight of nine shots on goal while earning the win. Thomas keeper Joakim Sternas made ten saves on 13 shots in the losing effort.

The Terriers will next play Wednesday, September 9 in a non-conference home game against the University of Southern Maine. The game will be at 7:30 PM on Smith Field
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:39 am

Clemmons Six Points Lead Terriers to First Win

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas College men's soccer team defeated the University of Southern Maine 6-1 for their first win of the season in a non-conference game on Wednesday night at Smith Field.

Thomas struck first, twenty minutes into the contest. Willie Clemons chipped the ball in from just outside the 18 to Josh Emard, who settled it and finessed the ball past the USM keeper for his first collegiate goal.

The Terriers added to their lead with six minutes remaining in the first half. Clemons took the ball in towards goal and fired a shot that hit off the Huskies defender. Clemons then collected the rebound and chipped the ball over the goalie and into the net to put the Terriers up 2-0 heading into halftime.

The Huskies got on the board twenty minutes into the second half. Chris Pepin served the ball into Randy Merced, who flipped the ball over Thomas goalie Joakim Sternas for the breakaway goal.

Thomas answered just over a minute later when Willie Clemons served the ball towards net, where Tre Ming scored the bicycle kick goal to bring the Terriers lead to 3-1.

Thomas added three late goals to bring the final score to 6-1. Adam LaBrie scored two goals with assists going to Emard and Clemmons, and Emard scored a second goal, assisted by Clemmons. Clemmons finished the game with six points.

Sternas earned the win in goal for the Terriers with seven saves. Simon Hulbert received the loss, recording 12 saves.

The Terriers will return to the pitch on the road this Thursday, September 17 in a 4:00 p.m. non-conference game against Saint Joseph's College.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:21 am

Bobcats Take Down Terriers in OT 2-1

LEWISTON, MAINE – The Thomas College men's soccer team lost in overtime to Bates College by a 2-1 score in a non-conference matchup. Luis Pereira scored the game-winning goal with 7:01 remaining in the first overtime period, giving Bates the victory.

The game remained scoreless for the first 60 minutes until a free kick was awarded to Pereira after a Thomas foul. Pereira's shot was deflected by Thomas goalkeeper Joakim Sternas, but Bates sophomore David Murphy was in position to clean up the rebound and tap it in for a 1-0 Bates lead.

The Terriers evened the score in spectacular fashion, as Willie Clemons took a pass from Tre Ming and unleashed a bicycle kick past Bates goalie Sam Polito in the 67th minute.

Nearly three minutes into overtime, David Dick sent a cross to Pereira, who received the pass cleanly and knocked the ball into the upper right corner of the net, ending the game at 2-1 in Bates' favor.

Bates had a 23-18 advantage over the Terriers in shot attempts, 14-12 in shots on goal. Sternas totaled 12 saves for the Terriers in the loss while Polito made 11 saves in the win.

The Terriers will be back in action Tuesday, September 22 when they host the University of New England in a 7:00pm game at Smith Field.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 23, 2015 8:01 am

Terriers Shutout UNE 1-0

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas College men's soccer team shutout the University of New England 1-0 on Saturday night in a non-conference game at Smith Field. DJ Nicholas scored the lone goal for the Terriers in the win.

The Terriers tallied their only goal midway through the first half. London Steede-Jackson passed it through the defending line to Nicholas who fired it past the keeper and into the back of the net.

Thomas maintained the 1-0 lead in to half time, holding the Nor'easters without a shot on goal through the first 45 minutes.

The Nor'easters threatened the Terrier lead throughout the second half, with goalkeeper Joakim Sternas making timely stops, as well as strong defensive play by Lukas Bohman.

The Red and Black totaled seven shots on goal, with UNE only recording two.

Sternas stopped both shots he faced en route to his first shutout of the season. Nate Diffin, who played the first 65 minutes of the game before being relieved by Jake Rostkowski, was tagged with the loss.

The Terriers will hit the road on Saturday for their first conference match of the season against Lyndon State at 1:00 pm.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 6:04 pm

Terriers Earn First Conference Win, Defeat Lyndon 6-0

LYNDON CENTER, VT – The Thomas College men's soccer team won their first North Atlantic Conference match against Lyndon State College on Saturday, 6-0. DJ Nicholas tallied three goals on the day.

Nicholas's first came in the 7th minute off a through pass from Tre Ming. The Terriers took the 1-0 lead into halftime.

Thomas tallied their second goal in the 51st minute when the Hornet's keeper saved a shot from Josh Emard but was unable to get possession and Nicholas was there to send it into the net to make the score 2-0. Less than four minutes later, Nicholas would pick up his third goal off a through pass from Willie Clemons.

In the 74th minute, William Nilson made a cross from the right side of the field to Kyle Fletcher, who settled the ball and drove a shot into the left side of the goal to push the score to 4-0.

In the 84th minute, a header off of Ming was tipped towards Fletcher, who controlled the ball and let off a shot that was deflected by Lyndon's keeper and into the net for his second of the game. The Terriers capped off their scoring in the 89th minute as Tre Ming received a lead pass from London Steede-Jackson, and got a shot around the Lyndon keeper to end the day's score at 6-0.

Thomas will play cross-town rival Colby on Monday, September 28 in a non-conference game at 7:00 pm.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 29, 2015 6:22 am

Terriers Top Colby in Overtime

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas College men's soccer team defeated Colby College 3-2 in overtime on Monday night in a non-conference road contest. DJ Nicholas scored the game winning goal with one minute remaining in overtime.

Thomas opened the scoring early in the first half. Willie Clemons tapped a through ball from Nicholas past Colby goalkeeper Dan Carlson in the sixth minute to give the Terriers the 1-0 lead.

Colby took the lead in the 29th minute on back-to-back goals within two minutes to put the Mules up 2-1.

Late in the second half, Tre Ming sent a ball into the box to a streaking Clemmons who beat the Colby defenders and redirected it into the back of the net to tie the score at two and send the game to overtime.

Nicholas' game winning goal came off a scramble in front of the where a Colby defender attempted to clear, but Nicholas was able to control the ball and drive it into the net to give the Terriers the 3-2 win.

Joakim Sternas started the game for the Terriers, making five saves, before being replaced by Jonathan Dutka in the 60th minute due to Injury. Dutka made three saves and earned his first collegiate win. Carlson made seven saves in the loss for the Mules.

The Terriers will travel to New England College on Saturday, October 3 for a North Atlantic Conference game at 12:00 pm.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:43 am

Terriers Defeated by Chargers 3-2

NEW LONDON, N.H. – The Thomas College men's soccer team fell 3-2 in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) contest to Colby-Sawyer College on Sunday afternoon.

Thomas dips to 6-4 overall and 2-1 in the conference while Colby-Sawyer improves to 6-5 overall and 4-0 in the NAC.

Zach Elmore gave the Chargers a quick 1-0 lead 3:34 into the game when he received a through ball from Denali Sexton and scored into the left side of the net. Eight minutes later, Elmore snuck his second goal of the game into the net off the left post off a feed from freshman Anthony Romeo.

Thomas responded 30 seconds later, cutting the Chargers lead in half. Senior Tre Ming ripped a shot from 20 yards that was just inside the right post and past the diving Colby-Sawyer keeper. Josh Emard was credited with the assist.

Thomas held an 11-3 edge in first half shots, but the Chargers took a 2-1 lead into the break.

Elmore got his hat trick less than five minutes into the second frame when a ball from sophomore Jake Sykes crossed the box and found his foot. Elmore calmly scored the ball into the opposite corner of the goal. The Terriers came within a goal with 13 minutes remaining when Adam LaBrie put back a rebound off his own shot. The Chargers defense was able to hold up in the final minutes and secure the 3-2 victory.

Joakim Sternas made one save in the loss for the Terriers while Shane Sacks finished with seven saves for his first collegiate win. Thomas outshot the Chargers 22-10 and held a 5-2 edge in corner kicks.

The Terriers will return to the field on Saturday, October 10, to host Green Mountain in a North Atlantic Conference game. The contest will be at Smith field for a 3:30 p.m. start.

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