Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 6:22 pm

UMass Boston Sinks Southern Maine 9-0

BOSTON – Senior Pedro DaSilva (Fogo, Cape Verde/Madison Park (Mass.)) scored four goals to lead the UMass Boston Beacons to a 9-0 win over the Univeristy of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference men's soccer game Saturday evening.

UMass Boston remains undefeated on the season with its eight consecutive win to stand at 8-0 and 2-0 in the Little East. Southern Maine falls to 1-6-1 with the loss and is 0-2 in the LEC.

The Beacons scored early as junior Edmilson Barros (Praia, Cape Verde/Madison Park Tech. Vocational (Mass.)) put his team ahead 1-0 in the fifth minute before DaSilva scored the first two of his four goals in the 29th and 39th minutes of the opening half to give UMB a comfortable 3-0 lead at the break.

In the second half, the Beacons again struck early as freshman Mohamed Kenawy (Revere, Mass.) and junior Pedro DeCarvalho (Praia, Cape Verde/Brookline (Mass.)) scored in the 49th and 50th minute to make it an insurmountable 5-0 Beacons' lead. The Beacons then scored three goals in a six-minute span to make it 8-0 including goals from DaSilva in the 65th and 69th minute. The final goal of the game came on a USM own-goal in the 83rd minute for the 9-0 final.

USM junior Ian Byron (North Yarmouth, Masine/Greely) took the loss allowing eight goals and making four saves in 68:38 of action. Freshman Kevin Dowling (Stamford, Vt./McCann Technical) finished out the final 21:22 allowing one goal and making a pair of saves. UMB senior Alfonso Rosales (Revere, Mass.) earned the shutout making one save in 84:58 of action. Sophomore Adonis Mutambo (Democratic Republic of Congo/Complex Scolaire Lumuba) played the final 5:02 and did not record a save.

Southern Maine hosts UMaine Farmington in non-conference action on Wednesday (4:30 p.m.). UMass Boston travels to Bridgewater State on Wednesday (7:00 p.m.).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:05 am

Bowdoin Scores Three Second Half Goals, Defeats USM 4-0

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin College Polar Bears scored three goals in the final 26 minutes of the game to pull away from the University of Southern Maine Huskies for a 4-0 win in a non-conference men's soccer game Tuesday evening.

The win is the second straight for the Polar Bears who improve to 4-2-2 overall. The Polar Bears are undefeated in their last four games (2-0-2). Southern Maine falls to 1-8-1 with the loss.

Despite yielding an early 1-0 lead as Bowdoin senior Hunter Miller (Aurora, Ill./Benet Academy) converted an assist from sophomore Sam Ward (Wellesley Hills, Mass./Saint Marks School) in the 11th minute, Southern Maine was able to keep the Polar Bears off of the board for the remainder of the half.

Bowdoin continued to pressure the Huskies' defense in the second half, but was unable to put one past freshman goalkeeper Simon Hulbert (Bar Harbor, Maine/Mount Desert Island). Bowdoin freshman Jake Stenquist (Hudson, Mass./Rivers School) made it 2-0 in favor of the Polar Bears in the 64th minute. Fifteen minutes later Bowdoin made it a 3-0 game with a score from senior Colton Hall (Farmington, Maine/Mt. Blue) in the 79th. Freshman Moctar Niang (New York, N.Y./Dalton School) finished the scoring notching a late goal in the 86th minute for the 4-0 final.

Hulbert made 12 saves in the loss for the Huskies. Bowdoin sophomore Stevie Van Siclen (Carlisle, Mass./The Rivers School) made one save to earn the shut out. Bowdoin held a 33-1 advantage in shots and an 8-0 lead in corner kicks.

Southern Maine remains on the road this Saturday (1:00 p.m.) for a Little East Conference game at UMass Dartmouth. Bowdoin travels to Trinity (Conn.) on Saturday (1:30 p.m.) for a NESCAC match up.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 7:05 am

Doran Hat Trick Paces Eastern Connecticut Over Southern Maine 4-0

GORHAM, Maine – Sophomore Xavier Doran (Hebron, Conn./RHAM) scored three goals en route to a hat trick to lead the Eastern Connecticut State University Warriors to a 4-0 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference men's soccer game Saturday afternoon at Hannaford Field.

With the win, the Warriors remain undefeated in the Little East at 4-0-1 and improve their overall record to 12-2-1 to sit atop the conference standings. Southern Maine drops its 10th straight loss to fall to 1-10-1 and 0-5 in the Little East.

Doran put the Warriors ahead early converting a penalty kick just 3:07 into the contest for the first of his two first-half goals. Junior Alejandro Tobon (West Hartford, Conn./Northwest Catholic) doubled the Warriors advantage in the 23rd minute scoring his first goal of the season. Tobon headed in a lofted cross from freshman Justin Jensen (Wethersfield, Conn.) for the 2-0 Warriors advantage. Doran made it a 3-0 lead just two minutes later redirecting in a cross from sophomore JD Stearns (Bolton, Conn.) in the 25th minute. The score remained the same through the half.

Doran completed the hat trick just over 20 minutes into the second half notching his team-leading ninth goal of the season on an assist from Jensen. Jensen carried the ball down the near side of the field and then sent a well-time ball across the mouth of the goal to an on-running Doran for the score in the 68th minute.

Eastern Connecticut freshman goalkeeper Ryan Murphy (Cromwell, Conn.) earned the win making two saves in 77:25 of action. Freshman Brendan West (Plainville, Conn.) played the final 12:35 making a pair of saves to keep the score sheet clean. Husky freshman goalkeeper Simon Hulbert (Bar Harbor, Maine/Mount Desert Island).


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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Oct 20, 2015 6:29 am

UNE Bests Southern Maine 2-1

GORHAM, Maine – Seniors Finn Ducker (Winslow, Maine) and McGyver Poulin (Windham, Maine) each scored goals to lead the University of New England Noreasters to a 2-1 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference men's soccer game Monday evening at Hannaford Field.
The win snapped a 10-match losing streak for UNE and improves its overall record to 3-13. Southern Maine falls to 1-11-1 with the loss.

After a scoreless first half, UNE struck first taking a 1-0 lead in the 50th minute. Ducker scored his second goal of the season on a quick give-and-go from junior Erik Holmqvist (Gothenburg, Sweden/Jensen). The score remained in 1-0 in favor of the Noreasters for the next 10 minutes with neither team generating a solid scoring opportunity despite two corner kicks a piece.

UNE doubled its advantage in the 61st minute as Poulin bodied in his first goal of the season, cleaning up a deflected header attempt from Homqvist in the box. Down two goals, the Huskies answered Poulin's goal quickly scoring less than a minute later in the 62nd minute. Husky senior William Pearsall (Garland, Maine/Dexter Regional) rocketed in his first goal of the game off of a USM set piece. Sophomore Ibrahim Mohamed (Lewiston, Maine) played the free kick into the box, finding the head of junior Kyle Curley (Gorham, Maine). Curley played the ball to his left finding Pearsall for the near-post goal. With nearly 30 minutes to play, USM threatened for the equalizer but were unable to find the back of the net.

Freshman Jake Rostkowski (Rockport, Mass.) earned the win in goal for UNE making four saves. Husky freshman Simon Hulbert (Bar Harbor, Maine/Mount Desert Island) was tagged with the loss making three saves. Both teams played evenly with 12 shots a piece, with UNE holding a slight 7-5 advantage in corner kicks.

Southern Maine hosts UMaine Farmington on Thursday (7:30 p.m.) in a reschedule contest. USM and UMF will play at Deering High School in Portland, Maine. UNE travels to Gordon College for a Commonwealth Coast Conference match on Wednesday (7:00 p.m.).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 23, 2015 6:14 am

Southern Maine Shuts Out UMaine Farmington 2-0

PORTLAND, Maine -- The University of Southern Maine Huskies men's soccer team scored once in each half to defeat the visiting University of Maine at Farmington Beavers 2-0 in non-conference action Thursday evening at Memorial Field. The match was originally scheduled for September 30, but was postponed due to weather.

The win snapped a long winless skid (12 games) for the Huskies, and improved their overall record to 2-11-1. The Beavers fell to 5-9-2 with their third loss in the last four games.

Southern Maine took the lead in the third minute of play as junior Jay McStowe (Plymouth, Mass./Plymouth North) got his head on a cross from the right side by rookie Ahmed Adnan (Portland, Maine/Casco Bay) 15 yards out from goal and put a shot over out-stretched UMF freshman goalkeeper Chandler Bridge (Wells, Maine). The goal was the first of the season for McStowe.

McStowe's goal would prove to be the only score of the opening 45 minutes. Southern Maine had an edge in shots (7-4) and corner kicks (5-0), but could not test Bridge.

The intensity picked up in the second half as USM looked for an insurance goal, and UMF pressed for an equalizer. UMF had some dangerous situations, but never really tested USM rookie keeper Simon Hulbert (Bar Harbor, Maine/MDI). Hulbert would record four saves to earn his second shutout of the season.

USM had a good scoring opportunity on a corner kick cleared off the line by UMF freshman Tristan Price (Moultonborough, N.H.) in the 81st minute. The ball was played into the mixer before a USM player got his foot on the ball, but Price stood his ground and cleared the shot away from danger.

The Huskies finally got their insurance goal in the 85th minute. Adnan took a corner that was blocked by the UMF defense, but the carom came right back out to Adnan who served a second ball to the back post. Sophomore Justin Pierce (Standish, Maine) got his chest on the cross to redirect it into the net for his first goal of the season.

Southern Maine finished the game with a 15-13 edge in shots, and a 9-1 advantage in corner kicks. Bridge finished the match with two saves.

The Huskies head to Danbury, Conn., this weekend for a Little East Conference match at Western Connecticut State University on Saturday (1:00 p.m.). UMaine Farmington hosts Lyndon State College for Senior Day on Saturday (2:30 p.m.).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 8:18 am

Western Connecticut Defeats Southern Maine 3-0

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DANBURY, CT - Three different players scored for the Western Connecticut State University men's soccer team as it blanked visiting University of Southern Maine, 3-0 at the Westside Athletic Complex on Saturday afternoon.

The Colonials, now 6-7-2 overall and 1-4-1 in the Little East Conference, took a 1-0 lead in the 24th minute when Vigan Pacuku (Prospect, CT) finished off a long pass from midfielder Lucas Saunders (Middletown, CT). It was Pacuku's third goal of the season.

Freshman Chauncey Allers (Wilton, CT) added his team-leading seventh goal of the season after Ryan Hopley (Cromwell, CT) led him down field will a lengthy pass at the 66:04 mark.

Kenan Hodzic (Wethersfield, CT) added an insurance goal, his second of the season, with 7:17 remaining in the game. He was set up by an assist from Andriy Paparo (Bethel, CT).
Freshman goalie Luca DiCarlo (Waterbury, CT) improves to 4-0 on the season after making six saves for the winners. It is his second collegiate shut out.
Simon Hulbert (Bar Harbor, ME) suffered the loss in goal for the Huskies, now 2-12-1 overall and winless in the LEC at 0-6. He made five saves on the day.

The Colonials hed a 22-13 advantage on shots in the victory, their second in a row following a 2-1 win over Ramapo College last Tuesday.

Western Connecticut wraps up its home schedule on Wednesday, October 28 when it plays host to Westfield State University. Prior to the start of the game, the Colonials will celebrate the careers of their four seniors, Phil Dagostino (New Fairfield, CT), Aislan Sartori (Danbury, CT), Victor Lavoura (Naugatuck, CT) and Chris Jeffrey (Norwalk, CT).

Southern Maine travels to Salem State University for a 7 pm meeting with the Vikings on Tuesday, October 27.

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 29, 2015 6:00 am

Salem State Edges Southern Maine 2-0 On Late Goals

SALEM, Mass. – Junior Kevin Gallo (Melrose, Mass.) broke open a scoreless tie with less than three minutes remaining in regulation to lead the Salem State University Vikings to a 2-0 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference men's soccer match Tuesday afternoon at Alumni Field.

With the loss, Southern Maine drops to 2-13-1. Salem State earns its second win of the season to stand at 2-13.

Although controlling play and holding a 17-6 advantage in shots and a 10-0 lead in corner kicks, Salem State was not able to break through for a goal until the final minutes of regulation to secure its win.

Gallo scored the first of two late Vikings' goals in the 88th minute played a cross from junior Christian Romero (Boston, Mass.) to the near post beating USM freshman goalkeeper Simon Hulbert (Bar Harbor, Maine/Mount Desert Island). Salem State doubled its advantage moments later as Romero struck from 20-yards out for an unassisted insurance goal.

Salem State goalkeeper sophomore Greg Enos (Peabody, Mass.) earned the win turning back three shots on goal. Hulbert made nine saves in the loss for Southern Maine.

Southern Maine closes out its season on the road at Rhode Island College on Saturday (1:00 p.m.). Salem State travels to Fitchburg State on Saturday (10:00 a.m.).

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Re: Soccer - men 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:25 am

Dogbey Nets Three As RIC Defeats Southern Maine 6-0

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Providence, R.I.—Rhode Island College sophomore forward Komla Dogbey (Providence, RI) netted a hat trick and added one assist as the Rhode Island College men's soccer team captured a 6-0 victory over the Southern Maine Huskies at the RIC Soccer Field on Saturday afternoon.

Prior to the contest, the Anchormen (10-6, 5-2 LEC) honored their four seniors in a senior day ceremony.

The Anchormen took the 1-0 lead just over nine minutes into the game when freshman forward Dennis Vazquez (Providence, RI) snuck past a USM (2-14-1, 0-7 LEC) defender and ripped a shot home off a feed from sophomore midfielder Ty Catunto (New Bedford, MA).

The Anchormen doubled their lead in the 13th minute when Dogbey netted his first of the game and 13th of the season unassisted. Dogbey would strike again in the 21st minute when he found the back of the net off an assist from junior defender Yemi Matthew (Providence, RI) for the 3-0 advantage.

The Anchormen would make the score 4-0 entering the halftime break when junior forward Nicholas Wolny (Woonsocket, RI) tallied his second of the season with assists going to sophomore forward Steven Cardoso (Pawtucket, RI) and sophomore midfielder Solomon Agyemang (Pawtucket, RI) in the 38th minute.

RIC junior goalie Chris Moura (Rumford, RI) made one stop in the half with USM freshman goalkeeper Simon Hulbert (Bar Harbor, ME) stopping seven. RIC held a 22-1 advantage in shots and a 4-0 edge in corners in the half.

Dogbey scored his third of the contest just 55 seconds into the second half when he took a long pass from RIC junior midfielder Evan Rosa (Rehoboth, MA) and beat the goalie for the 5-0 lead. RIC senior José Zarraga (Providence, RI) scored the final goal for the Anchormen in his final regular season home game, corralling a shot that ricocheted off the cross bar and putting it in the empty net for the 6-0 lead in the 67th minute. Each team would trade opportunities; the best being a penalty kick save by Hulbert.

Moura (10-5) and junior Alexander LaBreche (Lincoln, RI) combined for the two save shutout with Hulbert (2-13-1) stopping 15 in the defeat. RIC held a commanding 39-3 edge in shots and an 8-0 advantage in corner kicks.

The Anchormen return to action on Wednesday, Nov. 4, when they travel to either Eastern Connecticut or UMass Boston for the opening round of the LEC tournament.

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