Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

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Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Aug 26, 2015 4:58 am

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby jimbob » Mon Sep 07, 2015 8:08 am

Four out of the last five national championships? I know they play a very competitive scholarship schedule. I question why people don't talk more about these FK teams?
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:42 am

WOMEN'S SOCCER vs. CRANDALL UNIVERSITY

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Fort Kent, Maine—The University of Maine at Fort Kent Women’s and Men’s soccer teams both kicked off their home soccer seasons with victories against Crandall University of Moncton. The women won the first game of the afternoon 6-0, thanks to hat tricks from Sophomores Kendra Freund and Catherine Bruno. The men completed the sweep for the Bengals with a 7-0 victory.

In the women’s game the Bengals dominated play for the entire 90 minutes. They outshot the Chargers 43-0, 27 coming on target, with Crandall keeper Michaela LeMoine making 16 saves to keep the game relatively close. Kendra Freund started the scoring in the 3rd minute with a header after Yosselin Burrueco tapped a short corner to Brook Wooldridge who sent the ball into the far post and found Freund’s head. Seven minutes later she scored again on a lucky ball after Sam Carapellucci crossed a ball in but the keeper bobbled it and Freund was there to put the ball away.

In the second half Catherine Bruno scored a hat trick within twelve minutes taking two passes from Marie-Laurence Montagne, the second on a beautiful threw-ball delivery that Bruno one touched to the back of the net. Freund completed her hat trick on a delivery after Yosselin Burrueco made a series of nifty moves to get past three defenders.

UMFK keeper Michelle Delgadillo picked up the win in goal. Kara Leffle replaced her at halftime and neither was forced to make a save. UMFK moves to 2-0 on the season.

In the men’s game, the Bengals were the superior team on the afternoon outshooting their opponent 40-1. Odean Irons opened the scoring in the 6th minute after a mistimed shot from Ross Downie ended up on the left side where Irons was there to drill it home. Just one minute later Downie crossed the ball to Ben Kluvers who sent a beautiful pass forward and Irons again was on the receiving end. In the 18th minute Ross Downie was streaking down the middle of the box and 2014 USCAA National Player of the Year Kluvers delivered an extremely unselfish pass that Downie drilled to the upper right corner of the goal.

Willy Monthe then got into the scoring column with a goal in each half. Each goal had its fair share of flare with the first coming as he dribbled 30 yards and made one move past the goalie for his first and then in the second half Sparky Petricevic delivered a ball from midfield which brought the goalie out and Monthe chipped the shot over Crandall keeper Daniel Blanchet’s head. Milton Christopher had a breakaway goal and Daniel Blackwood fired a bullet past the keeper to finish the scoring.

Bengal goalies Butch Forbes picked up the win and Alex Charette was forced to make the only save of the match. The Bengals move to 4-0 and will play home Friday September 4th against Maine Maritime at 5pm.
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:42 am

WOMEN'S SOCCER vs. MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY

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CASTINE, Maine – The University of Maine at Fort Kent defeated Maine Maritime Academy women's soccer 4-0 on Sunday at Ritchie Field, in non-conference action.

The two teams battled back-and-forth in the first half, with neither having a ton of chances until the 29th minute when Yosselin Berrueco headed a Katherine Ferland cross past Mariner keeper Maggie McConkey to give the Bengals the 1-0 lead. She kept the match close as she covered up a Kendra Freund chance off another corner.

The Bengals broke the game open in the 62nd minute when Kayla Richards scored off a Katherine Ferland ball. Marie-Laurance Montagne and Katherine Ferland added goals five and six minutes later to give the Bengals the 4-0 victory.

Michelle Delgadillo, who picked up the 13th shutout of her career was forced to make one save in the win.
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:43 am

WOMEN'S SOCCER vs. UNIVERSITY OF MAINE MACHIAS

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Fort Kent, Maine—Quick goals are nothing new to the University of Maine at Fort Kent women’s soccer team (5-0), so it was only fitting that Marie-Laurance Montagne knocked a Yosselin Burrueco cross in the goal just 50 seconds into the match. The Bengals would only roll from there adding six more goals to cruise, 7-1 over University of Maine at Machias (2-1).

UMFK outshot Machias 30-2 and the depth of the Bengals was just too much in the end. Katherine Ferland and Kayla Richards added goals in the first half as well. Kendra Freund, who has scored five goals in her last two home matches, added a goal in each half. Catherine Bruno also added a goal in the second half on a beautiful half volley on another Burrueco cross.

Machias’ Brooklyne Lewis added a second half goal for the Clippers. Machias keeper Hayley Choate made 10 saves and UMFK keeper’s Michelle Delgadillo and Jessica Kozachuk did not make a save while picking up the win.
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 14, 2015 11:47 am

Game Recap vs Ashland University

Ashland, Ohio--The University of Maine at Fort Kent women's soccer team dropped two of three matches in what would be arguably the toughest three-game stretch in history. The Bengals wanted to measure themselves early in the season and scheduled three matches against NCAA Division II schools, Walsh University, Malone University and Ashland University. UMFK dropped a 3-1 match to Walsh, beat Malone 4-1 and lost to Ashland on Sunday 2-1.

In the Walsh match, the Bengals allowed two goals in the first four minutes and never recovered. UMFK actually outshot Walsh 12-10, and had 8 shots in the second half but the deficit was too much. Freshman Veronica De La Cruz scored the Bengals goal in the 32nd minute to cut the lead to 2-1.

In the Malone match, it was the Freshman De La Cruz again. She scored a second half hat trick all with 12 minutes of each other to power the Bengals to the win. Her first goal proved to be the game winner as she took a pass from Yosselin Burrueco and slid it past Malone keeper Leah Rauscher's outstretched arms. Burrueco started off the scoring in the 2nd minute for UMFK. Catherine Bruno assisted on De La Cruz's third goal. Michelle Delgadillo picked up the win for UMFK.

Sunday in the Ashland match, early goals in halves proved to be the difference. UMFK conceeded a goal just 1:50 in the contest and again 2:42 into the second half. Brianna Mills provided a goal off a free kick in the 88th minute but it wasn't enough.

UMFK returns home to host Fisher College in their homecoming match on Sunday September 20th at 12:00pm.

UMFK release: http://athletics.umfk.edu/recap/wsoccer/1022/
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 16, 2015 8:13 am

Bengals Fall at Home to WVU Tech

Fort Kent, Maine--The University of Maine at Fort Kent saw a nearly 10 season and 55 match unbeaten streak come to an end Tuesday afternoon as they dropped a 2-1 thriller to West Virginia Tech. The contest was a rematch of the past two USCAA National Championships which WVU defeated the Bengals each time. The last time the Bengals lost was during the 2006 season.

West Virginia Tech struck first scoring a goal just two minutes into the match. A corner kick found Golden Bearcat midfielder Francisco Neto who drilled a shot a congested penalty area and keeper Butch Forbes had no chance as he lost sight of the ball.

UMFK answered just two minutes later after a no call in the middle of the field resulted in Ben Kluvers getting a touch on the ball. He then advanced it to Ross Downie who snuck it past WVU keeper Pol Bernaldo. Forbes kept the match at 1-1 as he made a spectacular save from a cross ball who found a wide open streaking Matias Gandulfo in the ninth minute.

It was then WVU who knocked again as Neto took a ball down the left flank and kicked a ball on goal that was deflected by a Bengal defender. Forbes dove in the direction of the orignal shot and had no chance at saving the deflection.

The second half was dominated by the Bengals. UMFK pressured the entire half looking for the equalizer and had plenty of chances to do so. In the 61st minute it was Downie who made a series of moves to get past at least six Golden Bearcat defenders and struck a shot on goal that appeared to be in the back of the net, but was just wide and hit the side netting.

The best chance for the Bengals to tie was in the 64th minute when a throughball that WVU keeper Bernaldo and Ben Kluvers collided on snuck past the goalie but it was Raul Martin who made a sliding save right on the goal line to keep the lead intact. In the 81st minute, left back Stuart Conway crossed a ball in to Rodney Witter's head, the ball struck the cross bar but WVU Tech was able to clear.

The Bengals will play home on Sunday September 20th against Fisher College during their annual Homecoming matchat 2:00pm.

UMFK release: http://athletics.umfk.edu/news/article/883/
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:03 am

Game Recap

Fort Kent, Maine- The University of Maine Fort Kent women's soccer team rode a hat trick in each half to an 8-0 victory of University of Maine at Presque Isle on Saturday afternoon. Katherine Ferland provided the hat trick in the first half and Veronica De La Cruz provided the second half hat trick.

UMFK split its 22 players into two teams for each half and were dominate throughout. Ferland got the Bengals off the mark in the 4th minute with a goal and the Bengals cruised from there. Alex Beauchesne and Tiffany Anderson also provided goals for UMFK. De La Cruz tallied her second hat trick of the season in her first campaign in Fort Kent.

Michelle Delgadillo and Peighton Ahlberg combined for the win without having to record a save.

UMPI release http://athletics.umfk.edu/recap/wsoccer/1025/
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 30, 2015 5:12 am

Game Recap: 5-0 victory over Husson

Bangor, Maine--The University of Maine at Fort Kent women's soccer team was utterly dominate in a 5-0 victory over Husson University on Tuesday afternoon. The Bengals controlled the pace throughout and outshot Husson 39-5.

Catherine Bruno started the scoring in the 17th minute when she struck a ball into the upper corner of the net past Eagle keeper, Kayla Gordon. Marie-Laurance Montagne scored two goals, five minutes apart to give the Bengals a 3-0 halftime lead. A Katherine Ferland goal and Kayla Richards penalty kick gave the Bengals the 5-0 win. Yosselin Burrueco and Emma Ashby both added assists.

Bengal keeper Peighton Ahlberg picked up the win having to make just two saves. Gordon for Husson was peppered all game long and picked up 19 saves.

UMFK recap: http://athletics.umfk.edu/recap/wsoccer/1038/
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:50 am

Game Recap
Lewiston, Maine--The University of Maine at Fort Kent women's soccer team continued their recent dominance with a 6-2 win over Bates College of the NESCAC, one of NCAA Division III's top conferences, Sunday afternoon. Bates College had only allowed six goals the entire season coming into the match, but the Bengals were able to strike early and often.

Senior striker Katherine Ferland turned in one of the best games of her Bengal career with four goals, including a first half hat trick. She scored just four minutes into the game and then again four minutes later on a penalty kick. She would complete the hat trick in the 34th minute to put the Bengals up 4-0. Catherine Bruno added the third goal from a Veronica De La Cruz assist. Yosselin Burrueco picked up two assists on Ferland's first and fourth goals. Kayla Richards added a late goal with one second remaining for the Bengals.

Bates College got on the scoreboard in the 62nd minute after Maggie Coco knocked home a corner kick and Karen Lockhart scored 78th minute after a lofting cross found her foot and the ball snuck past UMFK keeper Michelle Delgadillo. Delgadillo picked up the win despite allowing those two late goals.

Bates keepers Sarah McCarthy and Allegra Sacco split halves in goal, combining to make 15 saves.

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