Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:57 am

Terriers Blank Raiders 6-0

NASHUA, N.H. – The Thomas College field hockey team defeated Rivier University 6-0 in a non-conference game on Sunday afternoon. Abigail Dunn recorded two goals and two assists in the win.

The Terriers netted a trio of goals within five minutes of each other in the first half to take a 3-0 lead into halftime. The first Thomas goal came 23 minutes into the half when Sophany Srey assisted on a goal by Gabby Martell. Dunn scored two consecutive goals within the next five minutes to push the lead to 3-0. Emily Leighton recorded the assist on Dunn's second goal.

The Red and Black struck again early in the second half when Taylor Bergeron scored on an assist by Dunn. Dunn later assisted on a goal by Erica Blake with less than four minutes remaining in the game. Martell added her second goal in the final minute of the game on an assist by Allyson Clary.

The Raiders were unable to produce a shot on goal or corner opportunity in the contest. Brittany Fox started in net for the Terriers and earned the win. She was relieved in goal by Jessica Russell in the second half. Raiders' goalie Stevie Charest made 19 saves for Rivier in the loss.

The Terriers will be back in action on Saturday, October 3 when they host North Atlantic Conference rival Colby-Sawyer at 1:00 pm at Bernatchez Field.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 07, 2015 5:53 am

Terriers Blanked by St. Joe's 1-0

STANDISH, ME – The Thomas College field hockey team was shutout by Saint Joseph's College 1-0 on Tuesday night in a non-conference game. Thomas goalkeeper Abbie Charrier had 15 saves in the loss.

The Monks scored their lone goal four minutes into the second half. Bailey Cutler scored off a penalty corner insert by Amanda Celata for the game winning goal.

Thomas recorded two shots on goal while St. Joe's registered 16. The Monks also held a 14-3 advantage in penalty corners.

Monk's goalie Megan Baker made one save, with defender Meghan Williams recording a defensive save, and earned the win while Charrier was tagged with the loss in her 15 save performance.

The Terriers will return to action on Saturday, October 10 in a North Atlantic Conference game at the University of Maine Farmington at 10:30 am.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:48 am

Field Hockey Falls to UMF on Late Goal

FARMINGTON, ME – The University of Maine-Farmington netted a pair of goals in the final 15:06 to edge Thomas College, 2-1, in a North Atlantic Conference field hockey contest.

Following a scoreless first half that featured just two UMF shots and eight penalty corners, senior Taylor Bergeron (Lyman, Maine / Massabesic) put Thomas up 1-0 with an unassisted goal in the 42nd minute. Bergeron scored off a rebound after her initial shot was saved by Beaver goalie Patty Smith.

UMF (6-3, 2-1 North Atlantic Conference) scored the equalizer in the 55th minute as Emma Martineau slipped a shot past Thomas goalie Abbie Charrier (jr., Waldo, Maine / Mt. View). Charrier had stopped back-to-back shots by Emmah Spahr before Martineau was able to connect.

The score remained knotted until the 68th minute when UMF was awarded a penalty corner. In the ensuing scramble, the Beavers' Mara Balboni scored off an assist from Delainey Kein.

Charrier (6-7) faced five shots in goal for the Terriers (6-7, 2-1 NAC), stopping three. Bergeron was credited with two of Thomas' four shots in the contest with senior Brooklyn Curry (Belfast, Maine / Belfast) and junior Erica Blake (Norridgewock, Maine / Skowhegan) each tallying one.

Thomas (6-7, 2-1 NAC) will look to get back in the win column at 7 p.m. Wednesday as the teams complete their home-and-home series with a non-conference game at Bernatchez Field.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:14 am

Terriers Field Hockey Falls to UMF, 4-1

WATERVILLE, ME --- The Thomas College field hockey team entered its contest with the University of Maine at Farmington hoping for a split in the season series between the two rivals but came away with a 4-1 loss in front of the home crowd at Bernatchez Field.

UMF defeated Thomas, 2-1, in a North Atlantic Conference match on Saturday in Farmington.

The Terriers scored first as Abigail Dunn dribbled past a handful of defenders to tally an unassisted goal in the 21st minute. The lead was short-lived, however, as the Beavers' Jenessa Talarico drove home a rebound past Thomas goalkeeper Brittany Fox less than a minute later to knot the score at 1-1.

UMF added a trio of goals in the second half – the first by Sarita Crandall in the 41st minute, followed by a pair tallies from Emmah Spahr in 47th and 50th minutes, respectively. Crandall took a feed from Rebecca Young and beat Terrier reserve Jessica Russell to her left side. Spahr scored her first goal off an assist from Carly Raymond, the second was unassisted as she was able to thread the needle through a significant amount of traffic in front of the goal cage.

Both teams finished with nine shots and three saves, while Thomas held a 9-6 edge in penalty corners.

Wednesday's result, which does not count in the North Atlantic Conference standings, moves Thomas to 6-8 overall, while UMF improves to 7-3. The Terriers, 2-1 in the NAC, dip back into league play at 1 p.m. Saturday as they host New England College for Homecoming and Family Weekend.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:48 am

Bergeron Leads Terriers Past Pilgrims on Senior Day 5-0

WATERVILLE, ME --- Senior Taylor Bergeron scored three goals to lead the Thomas College field hockey team to a 5-0 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) victory over New England College on Saturday at Bernatchez Field.

The victory improves the Terriers to 7-8 (3-1 NAC) while the Pilgrims fall to 2-14 (0-4 NAC).

Bergeron's hat trick came on Senior Day as six Terriers were recognized in their last regular season home game.

The Terriers' first goal came off a penalty corner in the second minute. Senior captain Brooklyn Curry received the pass at the top of the circle and sent a pass to an open Abigail Dunn who slammed in a one-timer to give the Terriers an early 1-0 lead. Six minutes later, a scramble in front of the Pilgrim net resulted in Brittany Ellis jamming in her first goal of the season to bring the Thomas lead to 2-0. In the 10th minute, Ellis sent a pass in front of the net to a wide open Bergeron who netted her first of the game to give the Terriers a 3-0 lead at the half.

Just two minutes into the second half senior Crystal Cunningham took the ball up the right side and crossed a pass to Bergeron to score her second of the contest. Bergeron's hat trick came just over a minute later on a Gabby Martell assist.

Senior Brittany Fox earned the win in goal for the Terriers while Michaela Clark was given the loss in an impressive 21-save performance. The Terriers outshot the Pilgrims, 44-1, and had a 23-0 advantage in corners.

The Terriers return to action Saturday, October 24, as they travel to Husson University for a North Atlantic Conference contest at 1:00 p.m.

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:51 am

Thomas Field Hockey Ends Drought Against Husson; Terriers No. 3 Seed in NAC Tournament

BANGOR, ME --- The Thomas College field hockey team closed out its regular season with a 1-0 North Atlantic Conference victory at Husson on Saturday.

The win is the first for Thomas over Husson since 2004, ending a 16-game losing streak to the Eagles.

The teams played to a stalemate early on, but the Terriers broke through at the 14:40 mark when senior forward Taylor Bergeron (Lyman, Maine / Massabesic) scored the lone goal of the game with an assist from first-year midfielder Katie Taylor (Lebanon, Maine / Noble).

Husson came into the second half playing aggressively to try and put a goal on the board but Thomas netminder Abbie Charrier (jr., Waldo, Maine / Mount View) stopped each shot she faced in the half to record Thomas' first shutout of Husson since 1997.

Husson outshot Thomas, 11-8, with both placing six shots on goal.

Charrier registered six saves in the win and Husson netminder Kaitlin Dolloff racked up five of her own in the loss.

NAC Tournament Pairings Announced
The win left Thomas and Husson tied with UMaine-Farmington atop the final league standings with matching 4-1 marks and 1-1 records against each other.

Once the NAC's predetermined tiebreaking procedures were applied, Husson (6-9 overall) was awarded the top seed. UMF (9-4) then received the No. 2 seed over Thomas (8-8) due to the Beavers' 2-1 win over the Terriers on October 10.

On Saturday, October 31, Husson will host No. 4 Colby-Sawyer (8-7 overall, 2-3 NAC), while No. 3 Thomas will travel to No. 2 UMaine-Farmington. Game times will be determined early next week.

Semifinal winners will square off for the conference championship on Saturday, November 7, at a time to be determined at the site of the higher seed.

The NAC Champion will receive an automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship.

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2015 NAC FIELD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE
Start times will be announced early next week

Semifinals • Saturday, October 31
No. 4 Colby-Sawyer (8-7 overall, 2-3 NAC) at No. 1 Husson (6-9, 4-1) - TBA
No. 3 Thomas (8-8, 4-1) at No. 2 UMaine-Farmington (9-4, 4-1) - TBA
Championship • Saturday, November 7
Semifinal winners at highest remaining seed - TBA

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Re: Field Hockey 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:07 am

Terriers End Season With 2-1 NAC Semifinal Loss at UMF

FARMINGTON, ME – The Thomas College field hockey team fell to the University of Maine at Farmington, 2-1, in a North Atlantic Conference semifinal game on Saturday afternoon.

The Terriers struck just two minutes into the contest. Erica Blake (Norridgewock, ME / Skowhegan) found Emily Leighton (Oakland, ME / Messalonskee) alone in front of the net. Leighton shot the ball around Beavers goalkeeper Patty Smith to give Thomas the 1-0 lead.

The score remained 1-0 at the half after a lot of back-and-forth play with Thomas maintaining a majority of the procession. Each team registered a shot on goal in the half, with the Beavers holding a 2-1 advantage on penalty corners.

A pivotal defensive play with less than 15 minutes remaining in the game allowed the Terriers to retain a one-goal advantage. On a breakaway by UMF, Thomas goalie Abbie Charrier (Waldo, ME / Mt. View) sprinted out of her cage to cut off the angle and clear the ball away. As Charrier made her way back to the goal, Blake made a defensive save on a Beaver shot to maintain the Thomas lead.

The Beavers were able to get one past Charrier with 12 minutes remaining in the period. After a frenzy in front of the net, Andrea Stemm netted the first Beaver goal to knot the score at one.

UMF took a 2-1 lead with just over five minutes remaining in the game. Rebecca Young netted the game-winning goal after a scrum in front of the net.

Thomas was unable to convert on a penalty corner as time expired, and the Beavers held on for the 2-1 win.

The Terriers outshot the Beavers, 8-4, and had a 7-6 advantage in penalty corners.

Smith recorded three saves in the win for UMF, with Charrier recording six saves in the loss.

The Terriers close their season at 8-9 overall. UMF advances to the North Atlantic Conference Championship and will play the winner of the other semifinal game between Husson and Colby-Sawyer.

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