Soccer - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Aug 28, 2015 6:35 am

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UM Fort Kent Men look for USCAA Title

Posted: 08/27/2015 - The University of Maine Fort Kent men are looking to hoist the USCAA National Championship this year.
http://www.wagmtv.com/content/sports/UM ... 56331.html
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:38 am

GAME RECAP • 9/1/2015
MEN'S SOCCER vs. THOMAS COLLEGE

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Waterville, Maine—The University of Maine Fort Kent Men’s soccer team continued their winning ways by defeating Thomas College, 3-0 on Tuesday night. The teams battled to a scoreless draw in the first 45 minute frame but the offense came alive to score three second half goals. The only real scoring chance in the first half was created by Jamie Reid’s free kick from about 24 yards away that banged off the goal post.

Newcomer Rodney Witter opened the scoring in the second half after he took another Jamie Reid free kick was lofted to the far post off his head and to the back of the net. It was then Sophomore Kalusha Kotes who sent a beautiful cross to the edge of the 18 yard line and Senior Ross Downie was there to head it into the lower right corner of the goal which Thomas goalie Joakim Sternas had no chance to save. Senior Willie Monthe closed the scoring in the 89th minute on a beautiful turn with the ball past the defender and tapped the ball to the near post.

Sternas saved two shots and UMFK goalie Butch Forbes made six saves for the win. UMFK moves to 3-0 on the season and Thomas drops to 0-1. The Bengals play at home on Thursday against Crandall at 4:00pm and at home vs. Maine Maritime Academy, Friday at 4:00pm.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:38 am

MEN'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 - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:39 am

MEN'S SOCCER vs. MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY

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Fort Kent, Maine—Willy Monthe has a special knack for coming up with timely goals. Today was no different as the senior from Montreal scored a goal in each half to spark the Bengal victory 6-0. Monthe broke a scoreless tie with two minutes remaining in the first half and added another four minutes into the second half. UMFK dominated the first half but couldn’t put one away until Monthe’s first.

The floodgates opened soon after as Ben Kluvers (55’), Justin Soontiens (70’), Garth Banton (80’) all added second half goals. Freshman Lewis Temple also scored his first career goal in a Bengal uniform on a penalty kick with three minutes remaining.

Keeper Butch Forbes got the win making two saves on two shots and MMA goalie Joshua Reeks made eight saves for the Mariners.

UMFK travels to Southern Maine to face St. Joes (ME) on Monday at 4:00pm.
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Sep 25, 2015 7:04 am

Kluvers Sparks Bengals

Fort Kent, Maine—The University of Maine at Fort Kent men’s soccer team got off to a flaming start, with two goals in the first four minutes and continued to roll to a 6-1 victory over Berkeley College of New York.

Ross Downie scored just 1:46 into the match and Ben Kluvers scored just a minute and a half later off a header from a free kick from Jamie Reid. Kluvers would add two more goals for his first hat trick of the season, the last coming on a penalty kick in the second half. Odean Irons and Lewis Temple also added goals for the Bengals.

Butch Forbes conceded a header off a free kick to Solomon Ahanaonu in the 71st minute, but wasn’t required to make a save to pick up the win. Berkeley keeper Mathias Valle had to make nine saves in the loss.

UMFK release: http://athletics.umfk.edu/news/article/884/
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Re: Soccer - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: UMaine-Fort Kent

Postby jimbob » Mon Nov 09, 2015 8:03 pm

2015 USCAA National champions. One of the most exciting championship games a person will ever see. UMFK wins in penalty kicks. They are an amazing soccer team.
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