Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 29, 2015 6:21 am

Terriers Fall to Monks 8-1

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas College women's soccer team was defeated by Saint Joseph's College on Monday night in a non-conference game at Smith Field.

The teams combined for three goals in the opening five minutes of the game. The Monks struck first on a goal by Hannah LeBlanc less than three minutes into the contest. Haley DaGraca added the second Monks goal a minute later to bring the score to 2-0. Bronte Howorth answered right back for the Terriers. Howorth collected a rebound off of her own shot and buried the ball to cut the Monks' lead in half.

The Monks brought their lead back to two goals with 36 minutes left in the half. DaGraca touched a pass to Colleen Sheehan who fired a shot from inside the 18 and into. The shot tipped off the outstretched glove of Terriers goalkeeper Paige Leary but rolled into the back of the net for the third Monk goal. Sheehan and DaGraca connected again in the 22nd minute to push the lead to 4-1 where it would stay until halftime.

St. Joe's extended their lead to 5-1 five minutes into the second half. Sarah Comtois drove a free kick on goal that got over the head of Thomas keeper Ashley Gooden and into the back of the net.

The Monks added three more goals in the remainder of the half to bring the final score to 8-1.

Michelle Cunha recorded three saves in goal for the Monks and earned the win. Leary was tagged with the loss, recording ten saves. Gooden relieved Leary in net for the second half, and recorded seven saves.

The Terriers return to the pitch on Saturday, October 3 when they travel to New England College for a North Atlantic Conference match at 2:30 pm.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:44 am

Chargers Shutout Terriers 5-0

NEW LONDON, N.H. – The Thomas College women's soccer team was defeated by Colby-Sawyer College 5-0 in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Sunday afternoon.

Thomas evens its record to 5-5 overall and falls to 2-1 in conference action while Colby-Sawyer improves to 5-2-2 overall and 4-0 in the NAC.

Kelsey Campbell put the Chargers on the board at 5:17 when she scored off a rebound of her initial shot. Less than two minutes later, Rachel Quaye began to make her mark on the match as she weaved through the Terriers defense to score into the left corner of the net. Quaye gave the Chargers a 3-0 lead at 14:35 when she finished into the upper left side of the net off a feed from Abbie Sansoucy.

The hat trick for Quaye came 41 seconds into the second half. Amanda Martin gave a give-and-go with Quaye who scored into the far side of the goal. Colby-Sawyer added a fifth goal in the 69th minute when Natalie Ellard put home a through ball from Vicky Driscoll.

Thomas junior goalie Paige Leary finished with 16 saves in the loss while Karley Hamilton earned a shutout win for the Chargers with eight saves. Colby-Sawyer ended the match with a 35-12 advantage in shots and a 12-2 edge in corner kicks over the Terriers.

The Terriers will continue North Atlantic Conference play when they host Green Mountain on Saturday, October 10, in a 1 p.m. contest at Smith Field.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:49 am

Terrier Women's Soccer Stops Green Mountain, 4-1

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas College women's soccer team defeated Green Mountain College 4-1 in a North Atlantic Conference match on Saturday afternoon at Smith Field. Camille Filloramo (Rochester, Mass. / Old Rochester) scored a hat trick in the victory.

Thomas struck first on Filloramo's first goal of the game 17 minutes in. After Green Mountain goalkeeper Kim Simonetti failed to clear the ball, Filloramo recovered the ball and buried it past Simonetti to put the Terriers up 1-0.

Filloramo added her second goal 15 minutes later on a shot from the 18' that tipped off the crossbar and into the net for the 2-0 lead. Filloramo completed her hat trick four minutes later. Kajsa Kaufeldt (Stockholm, Sweden / Grafiskt Education) crossed the ball to Filloramo, who flicked it in the goal to put Thomas up 3-0.

The Eagles answered less than a minute later when a handball in the box led to a penalty kick that was converted by Meagan Laymon to pull Green Mountain to within two going into the half.

The Terriers added their final goal with five minutes remaining in the game. Cassie Contigiani (Belmont, N.H. / Belmont) served the ball to Lauren Pelletier (Bath, Maine / Morse) who found the back of the net to bring the final score to 4-1.

Paige Leary (Palermo, Maine / Erskine Academy) earned the win for Thomas, making ten saves. Simonetti made three saves in the loss.

The Terriers will host Castleton on Sunday, October 11 in a 12:00 pm North Atlantic Conference match at Smith Field.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:49 am

Terrier Women's Soccer Falls to NAC Co-Leaders Castleton, 4-0

WATERVILLE, ME --- The Thomas College women's soccer team was shutout by Castleton University, 4-0, on Sunday in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) matchup at Smith Field.

The loss drops the Terriers to 6-6 (3-2 NAC) on the season while the Spartans improve to 8-6 (6-0 NAC) in the victory.

The Spartans opened the scoring at the 16th minute when Eva Clark beat Terrier keeper Paige Leary on a penalty kick to give her team a 1-0 lead. At the 35th minute Leary slid to gather a loose ball, deflecting the ball to the foot of Clark who scored into an empty net to add her second goal of the game.

At the half the Spartans lead 2-0 with a 14-4 advantage in shots over the Terriers.

Less the five minutes into the second half, Clark completed the hat trick on a pass from Bronwen Hopwood. Just six minutes later, Shelby McLenithan beat Leary on the right side just inside the post to push the Spartan lead to 4-0.

Leary was given the loss in her 14 save performance while Jessica Binkowski made four saves in the win before being relieved by Kasie Wilk. The Spartans held a 29-6 shot advantage over the Terriers for the contest.

The Terriers will return to the pitch on Thursday, October 15, when they travel to the University of Maine at Farmington for a 3:15 P.M. North Atlantic Conference contest.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 16, 2015 6:11 am

Terrier Women's Soccer Shut Out by UMF, 3-0

FARMINGTON, ME --- The Thomas College women's soccer team slid back to the .500 mark in North Atlantic Conference play after falling 3-0 to the University of Maine at Farmington on Thursday afternoon.

The Beavers (5-8-1, 2-4-1 NAC) struck early as Kaiti Kinney scored just 76 seconds in off an assist by Lydia Roy.

Thomas (6-7, 3-3 NAC) was able to keep UMF to the lone goal until the 71st minute when Bridget Humphrey chipped a ball in from outside the 18 that sailed over the head of Terrier goalkeeper Paige Leary (jr., Palermo, Maine / Erskine Academy) and bounced off the middle of the far goal post into the open net.

Humphrey's ability to chip the ball also played into the Beavers' third goal of the day. Awarded a free kick outside the 18 in the 77th minute, Humphrey lofted a ball into the box that was headed in by Haley Murano for the goal.

UMF outshot Thomas, 40-6, including a 19-2 edge in shots on goal and had 15 corner kicks to the Terriers' three.

Thomas was led by first year Cassie Contigiani (Belmont, N.H. / Belmont), who had two of the team's six shots. First year Lauren Pelletier (Bath, Maine / Morse) and junior Kristina Emmons (South Berwick, Maine / Marshwood) each had a shot on goal. Leary went the distance in goal for the Terriers, making 15 saves on 18 shots on goal.

The Terriers return to the pitch Saturday for a 3:30 p.m. Homecoming/Family Weekend showdown with Husson at Smith Field.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:49 am

Women's Soccer Falls to Husson, 1-0

WATERVILLE, ME — The Thomas College women's soccer team fell to Husson University, 1-0, in a North Atlantic Conference match on Saturday afternoon at Smith Field. The game was the middle contest of a Homecoming/Family Weekend tripleheader.

The teams went back and forth with equal scoring opportunities in the first half, with the Eagles outshooting the Terriers by just a 9-6 margin. Both defenses stood strong, however, and the score remained scoreless going into the half.

Husson (6-7-1, 3-3 NAC) was able to generate more time in the Thomas end in the second half and, in the 84th minute, was able to get a shot past Thomas goalkeeper Paige Leary (Palermo, Maine / Erskine Academy). Hannah Clough made a through pass to Katey Curtis, who netted the breakaway goal to give Husson the 1-0 lead.

Thomas (6-8, 3-4 NAC) was unable to answer in the final minutes.

Leary was strong in goal for the Terriers, allowing just one goal on 14 shots on goal in the loss. Kayla Gordon recorded the shutout for the Eagles, stopping all four shots on goal she faced.

Thomas first-year forward Cassie Contigiani (Belmont, N.H. / Belmont) led all players with five shots, including a pair on goal.

Thomas will travel to Maine Maritime Academy on Tuesday, October 20 for a 5:00 p.m. North Atlantic Conference match.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:17 am

Thomas Women's Soccer Falls to Maine Maritime, 4-0

CASTINE, ME – The Thomas College women's soccer team saw its North Atlantic Conference Tournament chances fall into jeopardy following a 4-0 loss at Maine Maritime Academy on Tuesday.

The Mariners jumped out to the early 1-0 lead as Tori Cooper scored off a free kick that curved into the net in the fifth minute.

Maine Maritime added to its advantage with a pair of goals four minutes apart midway through the first half. Makayla Lewis found the back of the net in the 18th minute on a ball played up by Morgan Libby to make it 2-0 and Susana DeFrank added a score in the 22nd minute when she bounced a ball off a Thomas defender and laid out to put a ball past Terrier goalkeeper Paige Leary (Palermo, Maine / Erskine Academy).

Cooper converted a penalty kick in the 61st minute to complete the scoring.

The Mariners controlled the game in terms of both possession and tempo, tallying 26 shots to the Terriers' four.

Bronte Howorth (Austin, Texas / Lincoln-Sudbury) led Thomas offensively with two shots on goal, while Leary finished with nine saves.

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.

Thomas hosts Johnson State (5-9, 3-5 NAC) at 1 p.m. Saturday in the regular-season finale.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:53 am

Thomas Women's Soccer Closes Regular Season With 3-2 Victory

WATERVILLE, ME --- The Thomas College women's soccer team capped its regular season with a 3-2 win over Johnson State College on Saturday afternoon at Smith Field.

Seniors Lindsy Hoopingarner (Richmond, Maine / Richmond), Bronte Howorth (Austin, Texas / Lincoln-Sudbury) and Kaisa Kaufeldt (Stockholm, Sweden / Grafiskt Education) were honored prior to their final game on their home pitch and all factored significantly in the victory.

The Terriers scored their first goal in the 13th minute as Kaufeldt found first-year Camille Filloramo (Rochester, Mass. / Old Rochester) who scored her team-high-tying sixth goal of the year.

Kaufeldt made the score 2-0 three minutes later registering her third tally of the year off a pass by Howorth.

First-year Julia Smith (Durham, Maine / Freeport) scored her first career goal in the 41st minute, converting off a free kick by fellow first-year Cassie Contigiani (Belmont, N.H. / Belmont).

Johnson State cut the lead to 3-1 in the final minute of the first half as Kylie Aither converted on a penalty kick following a foul in the box.

Howorth nearly made it 4-1 with 10 minutes to play, but her shot was punched away at the last second by Badger goalkeeper Nichole Weeks.

Aither drew Johnson State to within a goal at 3-2 after converting a second penalty kick in the 87th minute.

Junior Paige Leary (Palermo, Maine / Erskine Academy) made three saves on three shots during the normal course of play, allowing only the two penalty kicks. Hoopingarner was a key cog in a Terrier defense that limited the Badgers to eight shots.

Thomas outshot Johnson State, 17-8, and held a 5-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Howorth finished with a game-high eight shots, including three on goal. Filloramo added four shots and Kaufeldt three for the Terriers. Aither had four of the Badgers' eight shots.

Saturday's game marked the end of the regular season for Thomas (7-9, 4-5 NAC). The Terriers currently sit in the sixth and final qualifying spot for the NAC Tournament with 12 points but will need a win by Green Mountain (2-12-1, 0-7-1 NAC) over Husson (6-9-1, 3-5 NAC) at home on Sunday to advance to the postseason. Husson owns the head-to-head tiebreaker over Thomas due to a 1-0 victory at Smith Field on October 17. A potential NAC quarterfinal matchup would be Saturday, October 31 at No. 3-seed Maine Maritime Academy.

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