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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Aug 30, 2015 2:45 pm

UMF Women's Soccer Lands in the Top Five in Preseason Poll

WHITINGHAM, Vt. – The University of Maine at Farmington women’s soccer team was picked to finish fifth in the North Atlantic Conference preseason poll, which was released on Tuesday. The Beavers sit in the top five with 61 total votes in the tally.

Voting for the preseason poll was conducted among the league's head women’s soccer coaches.

2015 NAC Women’s Soccer Preseason Poll

Castleton
Colby-Sawyer
Husson
New England College
UMaine-Farmington
Maine Maritime
Johnson State
Thomas
Lyndon
Green Mountain

UMaine-Farmington (8-9-1, 5-3-1 NAC) is looking to form their identity after losing eight seniors only a year ago. Head Coach Molly Wilkie enters her eighth season on the sidelines and believes the team’s success will rely on the younger players to fill the gaps. “We have a strong set of new players coming into the season who can blend in with our returners and make us stronger as a unit,” Wilkie explained about her group. Junior Katie Clark (Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook) will be a mainstay on the scoring attack for the Beavers. Fellow junior Bridget Humphrey (Jefferson, Maine/Erskine Academy) strives to build on a successful sophomore season after finishing third on the team in goals (9) and led the team in assists (7). The Beavers will have a core set of seniors this year with Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Oxford Hills) in goal, while Jennifer Denault (Thomaston, Maine/Oceanside), Dayle Jordan (Greene, Maine/St. Dominic's), and Angelica Horne (Bay Shore, N.Y. / Bay Shore) will lock down the forward and defensive spots.

UMF hosts the University of New England on September 6, 2015 for the season opener.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:32 am

2015 UMaine-Farmington Women's Soccer Schedule

Sat. 5 Alumnae 11:00 AM
Sun. 6 U. of New England L, 5-0 Final Box Score | Recap
Wed. 9 at Me.-Presque Isle 2:00 PM
Sun. 13 Emerson 12:00 PM Live stats
Tue. 15 at Saint Joseph's (Me.) 4:00 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 19 at Johnson St. * 3:30 PM
Wed. 23 at Gordon 4:00 PM
Sat. 26 Maine Maritime * 3:30 PM
Sun. 27 at Colby 1:00 PM

OCTOBER
Sat. 3 at Colby-Sawyer * 3:30 PM
Sun. 4 at New England Col. * 2:30 PM Live stats | Video
Tue. 6 at Southern Me. 3:30 PM Live stats | Video
Sat. 10 Castleton * 12:30 PM
Sun. 11 Green Mountain * 12:00 PM
Thu. 15 Thomas * 3:15 PM
Sun. 18 Bowdoin 3:00 PM
Tue. 20 at Husson * 5:00 PM
Sat. 24 Lyndon St. * 12:00 PM
Sat. 31 TBA % NAC Tournament TBA

NOVEMBER
Tue. 3 TBA % NAC Tournament TBA
Sat. 7 TBA % NAC Tournament TBA
* Conference
% Postseason
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2015 UMaine-Farmington Women's Soccer Roster

No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School
0 Haley Murano GK So. 5'6" Brunswick, Maine / Brunswick
1 Sam Hatch GK Sr. 5-7 Hebron, Maine / Oxford Hills
2 Paige McElwain M Fr 5-3 York, Maine / York
3 Samantha Regios D Jr. 5-7 Portland, Maine / Deering
4 Kailyn Hill D Fr. 6-1 Lisbon, Maine / Lisbon
5 Alicia Davis M Fr. 5-4 Brunswick, Maine / Brunswick
6 Brittney Sieg D Jr. 5-2 Derry, N.H. / Pinkerton Academy
7 Sophie Manning M Fr. 5-2 Westbrook, Maine / Westbrook
8 Katie Clark M Jr. 5-5 Westbrook, Maine / Westbrook
9 Olivia Mull F Fr. 5-5 Portland, Maine / Cheverus
10 Lydia Roy F Fr. 5-5 Waterville, Maine / Waterville
11 Jennifer Denault F Sr. 5-5 Thomaston, Maine / Oceanside
12 Heather King M Jr. 5-7 Acton, Mass. / Acton-Boxborough
13 Kiana Thompson D So. 5-3 Industry, Maine / Mt. Blue
14 Colleen Tourigny D Sr. 5-3 York, Maine / York
15 Bridget Humphrey F Jr. 5-10 Jefferson, Maine / Erskine Academy
16 Cora Curtis M Fr. 5-4 Leeds, Maine / Worcester Academy
17 Katelyn MacGregor M So. 5-6 Readfield, Maine / Maranacook
18 Lillian LaRochelle F Fr. 5-1 South Portland, Maine / South Portland
19 Dayle Jordan D Sr. 5-3 Greene, Maine / St. Dominic's
21 Kaiti Kinney D So. 5-4 Surry, Maine / Ellsworth
24 Ashley Gleason M Fr. 5-4 Scarborough, Maine / Scarborough
25 Angelica Horne D Sr. 5-5 Bay Shore, N.Y. / Bay Shore
Sep 01, 2015

Head Coach: Molly Wilkie (UMaine-Farmington '06), Eighth Season
Assistant Coach: Beth Lebel
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: UMaine-Farmington

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:33 am

Season Preview: Women's Soccer

FARMINGTON, Maine – The University of Maine at Farmington's women's soccer team is set to open the 2015 campaign this season on Sunday, September 6 with a visit from the Nor'easters of the University of New England on the newly dedicated Bob Leib Field. The soccer field will be dedicated to the longtime coach with a formal ceremony on Saturday, September 5 in between alumni games.

After losing eight seniors from last year's squad, the Beavers will rely on the next set of seniors to keep the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) playoff tradition alive. Head coach Molly Wilkie '06 leads the team from the sideline for her eighth season. The team has qualified for the playoffs every season since joining the NAC in 2003.

This year's group includes five seniors – Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Oxford Hills) will be a defensive lock in goal; Jennifer Denault (Thomaston, Maine/Oceanside) leads the Beavers scoring attack up front; Colleen Tourigny (York, Maine/York); Dayle Jordan (Greene, Maine/St. Dominic's Academy); and Angelica Horne (Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore) will secure the defensive third of the field for UMF.

The UMF scoring attack returns two of its top goal scorers with a pair of juniors – Katie Clark (Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook) and Bridget Humphrey (Jefferson, Maine/Erksine Academy). The class of juniors does not stop there – Samantha Regios (Portland, Maine/Deering); Brittney Sieg (Derry, N.H./Pinkerton Academy); Heather King (Acton, Mass./Acton-Boxborough).

After having a season of experience under its belt, Wilkie has a solid group of sophomores for depth -- Haley Murano (Brunswick, Maine/Brunswick); Kiana Thompson (Industry, Maine/Mt. Blue); Katelyn MacGregor (Readfield, Maine/Maranacook); and Kaiti Kinney (Surry, Maine/Ellsworth).

UMaine-Farmington also welcomes nine freshmen to the team -- Paige McElwain (York, Maine/York); Kailyn Hill (Lisbon, Maine/Lisbon); Alicia Davis (Brunswick, Maine/Brunswick); Sophie Manning (Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook); Olivia Mull (Portland, Maine/Cheverus); Lydia Roy (Waterville, Maine/Waterville); Cora Curtis (Leeds, Maine/Worcester Academy); Lillian LaRochelle (South Portland, Maine/South Portland); and Ashley Gleason (Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough).

UMF will play non-conference opponents University of New England, UMaine-Presque Isle, Emerson, Saint Joseph's College, Colby, and Bowdoin this year. Conference play begins on September 19 versus Johnson State.

For scores, stats, news, and updates about UMF women's soccer, visit www.goUMFbeavers.com.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:34 am

UNE Spoils Season Opener at Leib Field for UMF

FARMINGTON, Maine – The University of New England (2-0-0) spoiled the first game played on Bob Leib Field with a 5-0 shutout over the University of Maine at Farmington (0-1-0) in Sunday's non-conference match-up.

Jessica Meader tallied the first goal of the game with a breakaway at 14:49 to give the Nor'easters an early lead. With 27:45 remaining in the opening half, Jackie Dickerson fired a shot on goal, but the shot hit the post and bounced to Brionne Turcotte, who hit the one-timer for the score.

Later in the half, Kara Hecker scored on a corner kick. Hecker launched a bending shot from the corner and as UMF goalie Sam Hatch jumped up for the save, the shot was just tall enough to hit the keeper's gloves and find the back of the net.

In the closing minutes of the first half, Becca Murphy charted her second goal of the season off the assist from Kara Hecker. UNE added one more in the second half when Taylor Usko's header gave the final margin of victory after the cross from Taylor Littlefield.

Hatch saved seven shots in the non-conference showdown and UNE goalie Emily Ashman saved a pair of shots.

UMaine-Farmington travels to UMaine-Presque Isle on Wednesday to continue a four-game non-conference stretch to open the season. UNE will travel to Bangor on Wednesday to play Husson.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:53 am

Women's Soccer Rolls by UMPI, 9-1; Three Beavers Score a Pair of Goals

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – A trio of Beavers scored a pair of goals apiece as the University of Maine Farmington (1-1-0) coasted to a 9-1 non-conference win over the University of Maine at Presque Isle on Wednesday afternoon.

Ashley Gleason (Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough) got the ball rolling only five and a half minutes into the game with her first career goal. The score came after Lydia Roy (Waterville, Maine/Waterville) dished the assist.

Roy answered with a goal of her own 15 minutes later to double the Beavers' lead with Kaiti Kinney (Surry, Maine/Ellsworth) getting credited with the assist. Gleason tallied her second goal of the contest near the 30-minute mark of the first half with Katie Clark (Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook) assisting the score.

After taking the 3-0 advantage into the break, UMPI ended their scoring drought with a goal three minutes into the final period. Sam Nadeau got the Owls on the scoreboard after getting a pass from Janae Libby.

Clark helped gain the momentum again as UMF ran off six unanswered goals to end the game. Clark charted her first goal of the season in the 60th minute as Bridget Humphrey (Jefferson, Maine/Erskine Academy) was there for the assist. Humphrey notched a goal of her own two minutes later.

Roy added her second goal of the contest just before the 67th minute with Clark recording another assist. The duo of Humphrey and Clark were at it again later in the second half by scoring their second goal of the contest. Sophie Manning (Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook) gave UMF its final margin of victory with her first career goal in the 75th minute.

Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Oxford Hills) had a quiet day in goal as the Beavers' defense was stellar by surrendering only four shots on goal. UMF won the shots (34-8) and corner kicks battle (5-0) over UMPI. This also marks the fourth straight season that the Beavers had a game with at least five assisted goals.

UMaine-Farmington returns home on Sunday with a non-conference showdown against Emerson.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 14, 2015 11:31 am

Hatch Sets a New Career Mark in Loss to Emerson

FARMINGTON, Maine – University of Maine at Farmington (1-2) senior goalie Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Oxford Hills) set a career-high with 17 saves in Sunday's 4-0 non-conference loss to Emerson at Leib Field.

Emerson charted the first goal of the contest with less than 10 minutes remaining in the opening half. Natalie Benjamin fired a shot that hit the post, but the rebound found the foot of Tayllar Righini, who sent home the score to give the Lions the lead.

The Lions doubled their lead midway through the final period when Christine White lined a shot into the right side of the goal from just inside the box.

Katie Clark (Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook) tried to get the Beavers on the scoreboard with a free kick, but her shot sailed just high of the crossbar.

UMF had another chance to score off an Emerson turnover later in the half. The turnover landed in front of the goal but a Beaver could not get a boot on it.

The Lions added two more unanswered goals late in the second half for the final margin of victory.

Hatch set a career-high with 17 saves today, breaking her personal high of 15 saves last season. Hatch had a busy afternoon as the Lions sent 34 shots her way.

UMaine-Farmington hits the road on Tuesday for non-conference action at the University of New England.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 16, 2015 8:10 am

UMF Caps Off Second Half Comeback Over Saint Joe's Behind Humphrey's Two Goals

FARMINGTON, Maine – The University of Maine at Farmington (2-2) scored four unanswered goals in the second half to cap off a, 4-2, comeback victory over Saint Joseph's College on Tuesday evening.

The contest was scoreless for the first 15 minutes before Saint Joseph's Haley DaGraca scored in the 15th minute with the assist coming from Hannah LeBlanc. Five minutes later, LeBlanc recorded a goal of her own by pushing the UNE lead to 2-0.

Early in the final period, Lydia Roy (Waterville, Maine/Waterville) grabbed her third goal of the season with the assist coming from Ashley Gleason (Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough). Gleason set Roy up perfectly with a pass into the box and Roy kept her shot low to the ground for the score.

Four minutes later, Bridget Humphrey (Jefferson, Maine/Jefferson) tallied the first of her two goals in the half. Humphrey lined a shot from the left side of the box for the equalizer.

With the game coming down to the wire, Gleason gave UMF its first lead of the day with an unassisted goal in the 77th minute. Humphrey tacked on the insurance goal at the 2:52 mark.

Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Hebron) earned her second road win of the season with four saves.

UMF's win over Saint Joseph's marks the first time since the 2002 and 2003 seasons that the Beavers were able to capture a win from the Monks in back-to-back seasons.

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UMaine-Farmington travels to Johnson State on Saturday for its first conference game of the season.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:24 am

Women's Soccer Falls in Conference Opener at Johnson

JOHNSON, Vt. – The University of Maine at Farmington (2-3-0, 0-1-0) women's soccer team fell in the North Atlantic Conference opener to Johnson State with a 5-1 loss on Saturday.

Dayle Jordan (Greene, Maine/St. Dominic) ruined the shutout for the Badgers by putting the Beavers on the scoreboard with a goal in the 60th minute. After goalie Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Oxford Hills) saved a Johnson State shot, UMF marched down the field and Ashley Gleason (Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough) set up the Beavers' goal with the assist.

Johnson State scored all of its goals in the first half. The Badgers jumped out early with scores in the 6th and 7th minutes, then added their final three goals in the last four minutes of the half. Kylie Arthier scored four of the five goals for Johnson.

Hatch recorded five saves in the conference matchup. UMF fired 17 shots on goal in the contest but Johnson's keeper Nichole Weeks blocked nearly every shot with 16 saves.

UMaine-Farmington will take a brief break from conference play with a non-conference game at Gordon College on Wednesday.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 24, 2015 5:44 am

UMF Silenced by Gordon in Non-Conference Showdown

WENHAM, Mass. – The University of Maine at Farmington (2-4, 0-1) could not get on the scoreboard in Wednesday's 5-0 loss at Gordon College (3-3-2, 0-1-1) in non-conference action.

Gordon launched three shots on the Beavers' defense in the first five minutes with Jill Kefalas grabbing the first goal for the Fighting Scots.

Bridget Humphrey (Jefferson, Maine/Erskine Academy) tried to answer back with a shot in the 13th minute, but Gordon keeper Katie Mader made the save.

UMF had two chances to score a pair of goals with corner kicks, but the Gordon defense prevented the Beavers scoring attack from building any momentum.

The Fighting Scots added three more unanswered goals in the first half to claim a 4-0 advantage at the break. In the second half, Gordon added one more goal for the final margin of victory.

Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Oxford Hills) saved 10 shots for the Beavers, which was her second game of the season recording at least 10 saves.

UMaine-Farmington returns to conference play on Saturday with Maine Maritime at 3:30 p.m.

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