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Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 08, 2015 9:05 am

2015 Southern Maine Women's Soccer Schedule
Date Opponent Notes Result Time/Status Links

September
Sat 5 Maritime (N.Y.) USM Invitational W, 2-0 Final Box Score Recap
Video
Tue 8 Bates 4:30 PM Live stats Video
Sat 12 at Thomas 1:00 PM Live stats
Wed 16 at Salem St. 4:00 PM
Sat 19 at Keene St. * 1:00 PM Live stats Video
Wed 23 at Saint Joseph's (Me.) 4:00 PM Live stats Video
Sat 26 Mass.-Boston * 1:00 PM Live stats Video
Wed 30 at Colby 4:00 PM

October
Sat 3 at Plymouth St. * 2:30 PM
Tue 6 Me.-Farmington 3:30 PM Live stats Video
Sat 10 Mass.-Dartmouth * 1:00 PM Live stats Video
Tue 13 U. of New England 3:30 PM Live stats Video
Sat 17 at Eastern Conn. St. 1:00 PM Live stats
Wed 21 Framingham St. 3:00 PM Live stats Video
Sat 24 Western Conn. St. * 12:00 PM Live stats Video
Wed 28 at Husson 7:00 PM
Sat 31 Rhode Island Col. * 1:00 PM Live stats Video
Home games in bold.
*Conference Game
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

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2015 Southern Maine Women's Soccer Roster

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown/Previous School
0 Marissa Temple Sr. GK 5-5 Grafton, MA / Grafton
1 Taylor Canastra Fr. GK 5-7 Fairhaven, MA / Fairhaven
2 Dakota Warren Jr. F 5-5 Buckfield, ME / Buckfield
3 Chelsea Wilder Fr. F 5-5 Westminster, VT / Bellows Falls Union
4 Kenzie Sullivan Sr. F 5-3 Lewiston, ME / Lewiston
5 Aimee Laplante Fr. F 5-3 South Portland, ME / South Portland
7 CC Pelletier Sr. F 4-11 West Newfield, ME / Massabesic
8 Kara Sampsell Fr. B 5-6 Bennington, VT / Mount Anthony Union
9 Allison Little Fr. M 5-7 Stoneham, MA / Stoneham
10 Emma Dennison So. M 5-7 South Portland, ME / South Portland
11 Ariana Davidson So. M 5-4 Windham, ME / Windham
12 Analies Ross-Dyjak Jr. M 5-7 Orono, ME / Orono
13 Sarah Michaud Fr. F 5-4 Candia, NH / Manchester Central
14 Courtney Bowers So. B 5-7 Milo, ME / Penquis Valley
15 Jessica Preble So. B 5-3 Milo, ME / Penquis Valley
16 Dayna Staffiere So. M 5-5 Merrimack, NH / Merrimack
17 Katherine Hunziker Jr. M 5-4 Portland, ME / Cheverus
18 Alexa Cicolini So. F 5-7 Methuen, MA / Methuen
19 Hana McNally Jr. B 5-7 Edgewater Park, NJ / Holy Cross
21 Hannah Nofsker So. B 5-9 Newton, NH / Sanborn Regional
22 Sam Brownell Sr. F/GK 5-9 Kenduskeag, ME / Central
23 Taylor Flood Sr. B 5-7 Sanford, ME / Sanford
24 Katey Dowling So. F 5-8 Hanover, MA / Fontbonne Academy


Head Coach: Lisa Petruccelli (Smith '92; 10th Season at USM)
Assistant Coaches: Andy Halligan, Jeff Neal
Captains: CC Pelletier, Hana McNally, Marissa Temple
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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

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McNally, Pelletier and Temple Named Captains for 2015 USM Women’s Soccer

GORHAM, Maine – Seniors CC Pelletier (West Newfield, Maine/Massabesic) and Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) and junior Hana McNally (Edgewater Park, N.J./Holy Cross) have been named captains of the 2015 University of Southern Maine Huskies' women's soccer team. Head Coach Lisa Petruccelli, in her 10th season leading USM, made the announcement as her team prepares for its season-opening game on Saturday, September 5 (11:00 a.m.) against SUNY-Maritime.

"Our three captains have the shown their ability to lead throughout their careers," noted Petruccelli. "CC, Marissa and Hana led the team in our spring season and have continued to demonstrate their commitment to overall team success in our preseason workouts. All three lead by example in training and in the classroom, and their actions on and off of the field and positive attitudes exemplify their desire to elevate the team culture and play to the next level."

Pelletier will be serving as one of the Huskies' captains for the third consecutive season. A forward, Pelletier scored three goals in 2014 including a game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Maine Maritime Academy. A two-time All-Little East Conference Fall Academic Team member, Pelletier has played in 54 career games, earning a starting role in 52 of them. She has four goals and 10 points in her career. Pelletier, a Sport Management major, is also a two-time recipient of the Athletic Department's William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete award.

Entering her third season with the Huskies, McNally has played in nine matches over two seasons, missing her sophomore season due to injury. A member of the Huskies' defensive unit, McNally's leadership and experience will be relied upon in 2015. Despite missing the 2014 season, McNally earned her captain's title through her exemplary work ethic, dedication and team-first contributions while working her way back into playing form.

A 2014 All-Little East Conference second team selection as a junior, Temple returns as the Huskies' starting goalkeeper. Temple made a career-best 209 saves and posted three shut outs during her 2014 season. Her 209 saves are second in USM single-season history, leading the Little East in overall saves and saves per game (11.00). Turning in strong performances throughout the season, Temple was selected as the conference's Goalkeeper of the Week on September 22 when she back-stopped the Huskies to a scoreless double-overtime draw with Salem State making 16 saves in the effort. A two-time William B. Wise Scholar Athlete and LEC Academic Team selection, Temple is majoring in Sport Management.

The Huskies play their first two contests on at home. USM faces SUNY-Maritime and then hosts Bates on September 8 (4:30 p.m.) before playing its net four games on the road. Picked to finish in a tie for seventh in the 2015 Little East Conference preseason poll, USM will be vying for one of six spots into the Little East Conference tournament. Southern Maine's LEC opener is at Keene State on September 19 (1:00 p.m.). The top six teams in the final regular season conference standings will participate in the 2015 Little East Women's Soccer Championship, with the top two seeds earning first round byes and top seeds hosting throughout. The tournament is slated to begin on November 3, with the championship match scheduled for November 7. The winner of the 2015 Little East Conference Tournament Championship will receive the conference's automatic bid into the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament.



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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

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Southern Maine Wins Season Opener 2-0 Over SUNY-Maritime

Southern Maine Wins Season Opener 2-0 Over SUNY-Maritime

GORHAM, Maine -- Senior CC Pelletier (West Newfield, Maine/Massabesic) and sophomore Emma Dennison (South Portland, Maine) scored goals in the final 11 minutes to give the University of Southern Maine Huskies a 2-0 victory over the SUNY-Maritime Privateers in a non-conference match Saturday at Hannaford Field.

The game was the season opener for the Huskies. The Privateers drop to 1-1 on the season.

Pelletier gave the Huskies the lead when she broke through in the 80th minute. Maritime rookie goalkeeper Cammie Havens (Point Pleasant, N.J./Point Pleasant Borough) stopped Pelletier's initial point-blank range shot, but Pelletier was able to get to the rebound first and slotted the ball into the net for her fifth career goal.

The Huskies got an insurance goal from Dennison to go up 2-0 in the 88th minute. On a corner kick, Dennison came into the play from the backside to collect the loose ball and found the net from 12 yards out for her first career marker.

Maritime's best opportunity came in the 83rd minute when it was award a free kick about 25 yards from goal. Sophomore Gayle Woods' (East Greenbush, N.Y./Columbia) long-range attempt was cleanly handled by USM senior goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.).

Havens finished the match with 10 saves as the Huskies piled up a 19-4 edge in shots. Temple earned her fourth career shutout recording two saves.

Southern Maine will host Bates College in its next match on Tuesday (4:30 p.m.). SUNY-Maritime will play the University of Maine at Machias tomorrow afternoon (1:00 p.m.) at Hannaford Field.


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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Sep 09, 2015 5:30 pm

Bates College Downs Southern Maine 3-0

GORHAM, Maine – Senior Leah Humes (Beaconsfield, Quebec/Phillips Andover) scored two goals and freshman Olivia Amdur (Chicago, Ill./Francis. W. Parker) had two assist to lead the Bates College Bobcats to a 3-0 season-opening win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies Tuesday evening at Hannaford Field.

With the win, the Bobcats begin their 2015 campaign with a 1-0 record. Southern Maine drops to 1-1 with the loss.

Despite holding a significant advantage in shots on goal in the first half, Bates did not break through for a score until the 40th minute to take a 1-0 advantage at the break as Southern Maine senior goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) kept her team in the game making 13 first half saves. Bates scored two of its three goals off of corner kicks including the first goal of the game as sophomore Hannah Behringer (Old Lyme, Conn./Lyme-Old Lyme) was able to beat Temple far post redirecting a corner kick from Amdur.

Southern Maine had a pair of chances in the first half as senior CC Pelletier (West Newfield, Maine/Massabesic) and junior Analies Ross-Dyjak (Orono, Maine) each had quality attempts. Bates' starting goalkeeper sophomore Sarah McCarthy (Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side) kept the Huskies off of the scoreboard making both saves.

Bates struck early in the second half as Humes scored the first of her two goals just four minutes into the frame. Amdur registered her second assist of the game carrying the ball down the left side of the field before serving a well-placed ball to Humes' head on the far post in the 49th minute. The score remained unchanged at 2-0 for the next 20 minutes before Humes made it 3-0 off of one of the Bobcats' 14 corner kicks in the game. This time Humes benefitted from a back-healed flick on from freshman Cassidy McCarns (Branford, Conn.) for an insurance goal in the 68th minute for the final score.

Temple finished the game making a career-high 19 saves as the Bobcats put 22 shots on goal. McCarthy played the first 45 minutes for Bates, making two saves. Sophomore Allegra Sacco (Medway, Mass./Holliston) made one save in 34:43 of playing time, while freshman Talia Regenstein (San Francisco, Calif./Urban School of San Francisco) did not register a save in the final 10:07.

Southern Maine returns to action on Saturday (1:00 p.m.) in a non-conference game at Thomas College. Bates travels to Hamilton College on Saturday (11:00 a.m.) for its next contest. .

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:59 pm

Huskies Roll Terriers 5-0

WATERVILLE, Maine – Junior Katherine Hunziker (Portland, Maine/Cheverus) had a goal and an assist as five different players scored to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a 5-0 win over the Thomas College Terriers in a non-conference women's soccer game Saturday afternoon at Smith Field.

Winners in two of its first three games of the season, Southern Maine stands at 2-1 on the season. Thomas evens its record to 2-2 with the loss.

Southern Maine took control of the game early scoring in the 11th minute and then scoring three more times before the half to take an overwhelming 4-0 lead over the Terriers. Freshman Sarah Michaud (Candia, N.H./Manchester Central) earned the eventual game-winner scoring USM's first goal of the game. Michaud fired in her first intercollegiate goal to the right side of the netting off of a feed from senior CC Pelletier (West Newfield, Maine/Massabesic). Hunziker doubled the USM advantage in the 17th minute on an assist from sophomore Dayna Staffiere (Merrimack, N.H.) and was quickly followed by an unassisted strike from junior Hana McNally (Edgewater Park, N.J./Holy Cross) on a set piece, swelling the Huskies' lead to 3-0 in the 20th. The scoring cooled for the Huskies until the 39th minute when Hunziker fed freshman Kara Sampsell (Bennington, Vt./Mount Anthony Union) for the Huskies' fourth goal of the half.

In the second half, the Huskies took five minutes to score their fifth and final goal of the game when sophomore Ariana Davidson (Windham, Maine) headed in a corner from classmate Emma Dennison (South Portland, Maine). Davidson's goal is the first of her career.

Huskies senior Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) stopped all four shots on goal to earn her second shut out of the season and fifth of her career. Thomas College starter junior Paige Leary (Palermo, Maine/Erskine Academy) took the loss making seven saves and allowing four goals in 45 minutes. Sophomore Ashley Gooden (Lancaster, N.H./White Mountains Regional) played the second half allowing one goal and making four saves in 45 minutes.

Southern Maine travels to Salem State on Wednesday (4:00 p.m.) for a non-conference game. Thomas College returns to action on Wednesday (7:00 p.m.) in a non-conference game against cross-town rival Colby College.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 17, 2015 7:13 am

Salem State Defeats Southern Maine 1-0

SALEM, Mass. – Freshman Ashley Leboeuf (Dracut, Mass.) netted the Salem State University Vikings first goal of the season as they defeated University of Southern Maine Huskies 1-0 in a non-conference women's soccer game Wednesday afternoon at Alumni Field.

After opening the season with four consecutive losses, Salem State earned its first win of the season to improve to 1-4. Playing in their second game of a four-match road trip, Southern Maine's loss drops its record to 2-2.

Despite solid scoring chances on both sides of the ball, the game was 0-0 at the half.
 
Twelve minutes into the first half, the Vikings had a great scoring opportunity when captain senior Kelly Birchmore (Swampscott, Mass.) received a pass that led her past the Huskies defense for a breakaway. However, Southern Maine goalkeeper senior Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) charged Birchmore leaving her no angle to score. It would be the only save Temple needed to make all half as she kept Salem State scoreless. On the other side, senior Rachel Ledbetter (Dracut, Mass.) made three critical saves on three shots to keep the game tied at 0-0.


The Vikings' offense awoke in the second half putting pressure on Temple early. Junior Victoria Clancy (Dorchester, Mass.) launched a shot shot that rang the post in the 54th minute and seconds later, Leboeuf found the back of the net on a cross from the left side from sophomore Kaitlyn Curley (Wilmington, Mass.) to break the stalemate to put the Vikings ahead 1-0. Junior Brianna Steeves (Rockland, Mass.) nearly added to Salem State's lead in the 81st minute as she fired a shot on net, but was stopped by a diving Temple.

In the final minutes the Huskies had multiple scoring opportunities, but were denied by Ledbetter each time to secure the 1-0 victory.
 
Both Temple and Ledbetter made a total of six saves apiece in the contest while the Vikings outshot the Huskies 15-6.

Southern Maine remains on the road for its next contest and will face Little East Conference opponent Keene State College on Saturday (1:00 p.m.). It will be the conference opener for both squads. Salem State hosts Westfield State on Saturday (6:00 p.m.) in a MASCAC contest.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:32 am

Keene State Barrels Past Southern Maine 7-0

KEENE, N.H. – Sophomore Taylor Farland (Fiskdale, Mass.) and senior Ellen Granata (North Hampton, N.H./St. Thomas Aquinas each scored two goals to lead the Keene State College Owls to a 7-0 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference women's soccer game Saturday afternoon.

With the win, Keene State improves to 3-2-1 and starts its LEC schedule at 1-0. Southern Maine drops its second straight game to stand at 2-3 and 0-1 in the Little East.

Farland put her team up early scoring in the second minute and then doubled the Owls' lead in the 10th minute with her second goal of the game and fourth of the season. KSC took a 4-0 lead into the break as junior Brittany Tolla (Newtown, Conn./Newtown), who assisted on Farland's second goal, and sophomore Katie Silegy (Keene, N.H.) each scored in the 12th and the 36th minute.

Keene continued to click offensively scoring just two minutes into the second half as Granata notched the first of her two goals in the 47th minute to make it 5-0 in favor of the Owls. Granata made it 6-0 less than 10 minutes later punching in her second goal of the game in the 56th minute. Freshman Shannon Denault (Chicopee, Mass.) capped the Owls' scoring for the 7-0 final in the 64th minute.

Junior Danielle Warhall (Spofford, N.H./Keene) earned the win making one save in 45 minutes. Senior Kathryn Hoar (Plymouth, Mass./Plymouth South), who played the final 45, also made a save to share the shut out. USM senior Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) made nine saves in the loss. Keene State held a 21-4 lead in shots and a 6-1 advantage in the penalty corners.

Southern Maine remains on the road for its next contest and will travel to nearby St. Joseph's College (Maine) for a non-conference game on Wednesday (4:00 p.m.). Keene State travels to Johnson and Wales for its next match on Wednesday (5:00 p.m.).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 24, 2015 5:53 am

Ross-Dyjak Goal Powers Southern Maine Over St. Joseph's 1-0

STANDISH, Maine – Junior Analies Ross-Dyjak (Orono, Maine/Environmental Science) scored in the sixth minute and senior goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) made six saves to make it stand as the University of Southern Maine Huskies defeated the St. Joseph's College (Maine) Monks 1-0 in a non-conference women's soccer game Wednesday afternoon.

With the win, Southern Maine halts a two-game slide and bounces back to .500 on the season to stand at 3-3. St. Joseph's sees its two-game winning streak come to an end and drops to 3-5 on the season.

Ross-Dyjak's goal came on the second shot of the game to quickly put the Huskies up a goal over their in-state rivals. Ross-Dyjak converted the feed from freshman Sarah Michaud (Candia, N.H./Manchester Central) to earn her first collegiate goal and first game-winning goal. Ross-Dyjack's early goal proved to be pivotal as both squads were limited in scoring opportunities with the Monks holding a 13-8 edge in shots for the game.

Temple made sure to take advantage of Ross-Dyjak's tally and earned her third shutout of the season to backstop the Huskies to victory. Temple made four saves in the first half and turned back two more Monk attempts in the second. Equaling her career high of three shutouts set in 2014, Temple now has six shutouts in her career. Monk starter sophomore Brooke Troup (East Bridgewater, Mass.) took the loss allowing one goal and making a pair of saves in 45 minutes of action. Senior Michelle Cunha (Enfield, Conn./Enrico Fermi) started the second half for St. Joseph's making a pair of saves.

Southern Maine returns to Little East Conference action on Saturday (1:00 p.m.) hosting UMass Boston. St. Joseph's hosts St. Joseph's (Conn.) on Saturday (3:00 p.m.) in a GNAC contest.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 6:24 pm

UMass Boston’s O’Grady Leads Beacons Over Huskies 1-0 in Overtime

GORHAM, Maine – After 93 scoreless minutes of soccer, UMass Boston Beacon freshman Jaclyn O'Grady (Somers, Conn.) scored in the 94th minute to lift the Beacons to a 1-0 overtime win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference women's soccer game Saturday afternoon at Hannaford Field. The goal was O'Grady's third game-winner of the season and team-leading fourth of the season.
With the win, UMass Boston remains undefeated in the Little East at 2-0 and improves its overall record to 3-4-1. Southern Maine dips to 3-4 overall and 0-2 in the LEC.

O'Grady won the fifty-fifty ball and then settled it carrying to the center of the field. Bringin the ball to just outside of the 18, O'Grady kept the Huskies' defender on her hip and turned and fired a low shot past the outstretched arms of USM senior goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) for the win.

The game nearly did not reach the overtime session as the final few minutes of regulation saw a flurry of solid chances by both squads, including a direct kick from O'Grady that narrowly missed the upper 90, and a shot from senior Kate McMinamin (Acworth, Ga./Allatoona) clanged off the post. The Huskies had a pair of near one-on-one opportunities snuffed out by a call of offside.

Temple played outstanding in goal for USM making nine saves, including stopping a one-on-one attempt late in the second half and an athletic tip to save a goal off of a shot from UMB freshman Kate Leavitt (Plymouth, Mass./Plymouth North) in the 43rd minute. Beacons' freshman goalkeeper Alyssa Fugiel (Easthampton, Mass.) earned the shutout making five saves.

Southern Maine returns to action on Wednesday (4:00 p.m.) on the road at Colby in non-conference. UMass Boston stays on the road and travels to Salem State on Tuesday (7:00 p.m.).

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