Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 01, 2015 4:20 am

Colby Shuts Out Southern Maine 3-0

WATERVILLE, Maine – Sophomore Laura Arnold (Dallas, Texas/Greenhill School) scored two goals and assisted on a third to lead the Colby College Mules to a 3-0 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference women's soccer game Wednesday afternoon.

The win is the second straight for the Mules improving their record to 3-3-1. Southern Maine, having played five of its last six games on the road, drops its second straight game to fall to 3-5 on the season.

The Mules took an early 1-0 lead as sophomore Ally Ingraham (Morris Plains, N.J./Villa Walsh Academy) struck for a goal in the sixth minute. Arnold who had the ball on the right end line centered the ball to Ingraham for the game-winner. Despite Colby outshooting the Huskies 7-1 in the first half, the game remained 1-0 at the halftime break.

Colby wasted little time doubling its advantage in the second half as Arnold scored the first her two goals in a five-minute span. Arnold made it 2-0 in the 51st minute when she ran onto a well-placed ball from senior Lauren McCarthy (Lynnfield, Mass./Lynnfield). Arnold then make it 3-0 in favor of the Mules, volleying in a cross from freshman Katrina Holt (Seattle, Wash./Holy Names Academy) in the 56th minute. Arnold's second goal of the game was nearly saved by Huskies' senior goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) but the ball deflected off of the frame and bounced in for the goal.

Junior Ashley Conley (Walpole, Mass./Noble and Greenough) earned the shutout for Colby making one save in 75:10 of action. Sophomore Nora Hanson (San Francisco, Calif./Urban School of San Francisco) closed out the final 14:50 of the game for the Mules. Hanson did not face a shot. Temple made seven saves for the Huskies in the loss. Colby led USM 19-1 in shots (10-1 on goal).

Southern Maine remains on the road for its next contest when it faces Plymouth State in a Little East Conference game on Saturday (2:30 p.m.). Colby travels to Middlebury for a NESCAC contest on Saturday (11:00 a.m.).



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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:06 am

Big First Half Propels UMF Over Southern Maine 4-1

GORHAM, Maine – Freshman Ashley Gleason (Scarborough, Maine) had a goal and an assist in a three-goal first half to lead the UMaine Farmington Beavers to a 4-1 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference women's soccer game Tuesday afternoon at Hannaford Field.

With the win, UMaine Farmington snaps a three-game losing streak to improve to 3-7-1. Southern Main suffers its fourth straight loss to fall to 3-7.

UMF struck early and led 2-0 before 10 minutes had expired in the game. Freshman Lydia Roy (Waterville, Maine) tapped in a goal in the sixth minute on a Gleason assist to give the Beavers the 1-0 early advantage. Gleason won the ball and carried it to the end line before playing the ball back to a wide-open Roy in front of the goal. All alone in front of the net, Roy easily scored her fifth goal of the season. Four minutes later, Gleason broke through the Huskies' defense for a one-on-one attempt scoring her sixth goal of the season. The scoring took a break for a short while before the Beavers made in 3-0 in the 17th minute on a rocket of a shot from junior Katie Clark (Westbrook, Maine). Clark launched a shot at the upper 90 of the net from distance past a diving attempt from USM goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.). The score remained 3-0 through the half.

Southern Maine took a goal back in the 60th minute to cut its deficit to two goal. Sophomore Ariana Davidson (Windham, Maine) knocked in her second goal of the season on a half-volley into the upper left corner off of an assist from sophomore Jessica Preble (Milo, Maine/Penquis Valley). The Huskies continued to press for a second goal in the half with solid attempts from senior CC Pelletier (West Newfield, Maine/Massabesic), sophomore Emma Dennison (South Portland, Maine) and junior Katherine Hunziker (Portland, Maine/Cheverus), but were unable to beat UMF senior goalie Sam Hatch (Hebron, Maine/Oxford Hills). The Beavers sealed the win in the 89th minute when Bridget Humphrey converted a penalty kick following a Huskies' foul in the box for the 4-1 final.

Hatch earned the win in goal for UMF making six saves. Temple made five saves in the loss. UMF held a 17-11 advantage in shots, while both teams were even in corner kicks at five a piece.

Southern Maine returns to action on Saturday (1:00 p.m.) when it hosts Little East Conference opponent UMass Dartmouth. UMaine Farmington hosts Castleton State in a NAC game on Saturday (12:30 p.m.).



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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:22 am

UNE Blanks Southern Maine 7-0

GORHAM, Maine – Senior Kayla Hamel (Lewiston, Maine) scored twice, once in each half, to lead a high-powered University of New England Noreasters' offense to a 7-0 victory over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference women's soccer game Tuesday afternoon at Hannaford Field.
The Noreasters extended their winning streak to four games and improves their overall record to 10-3 with the victory. Southern Maine falls to 3-9 overall suffering its sixth consecutive loss.

Hamel scored the first of her two goals in the 19th minute for the game-winner. Hamel benefitted from a well-played ball from senior Jackie Dickerson (Windham, N.H.), collecting the pass at the top of the box and burying it with a low driven shot to the near post. Sophomore Edie Pallozzi (Windham, Maine/Deering) made it 2-0 in the 34th minute, settling the ball out of the air on a service from junior Devon Wolfenden (East Longmeadow, Mass.) as UNE took the lead into the half time break.

The UNE offense kicked it into high gear to start the second half, as Hamel made it a 3-0 lead in the 48th minute with a terrific individual effort. Hamel won the ball in the Huskies' defensive third and then broke into the box beating a pair of USM defenders to score an unassisted goal with a finessed ball into the lower far post. With a 3-0 lead in hand, UNE added four more goals scoring in the 57th, 60th, 70th and 73rd minutes on goals by junior Taylor Littlefield (Sanford, Maine) ,Wolfenden, freshman Taylor Usko (Sunapee, N.H.) and junior Brionne Turcotte (Goffstown, N.H.) respectively.

UNE junior goalkeeper Brielle Robinson (Monson, Mass./Wilbraham & Monson Academy) did not record a save in 69:05 of action to earn the win. Robinson was relieved by freshman Emily Ashman (Madison, Conn./Daniel Hand). Ashman played 10:58 without recording a save before giving way to classmate Molly Early (Newport, N.H./Stevens) for the final 9:57. Early also did not record a save as UNE held a 28-3 advantage in shots. USM senior goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) made 12 saves for the Huskies.

Southern Maine returns to Little East Conference play on Saturday (1:00 p.m.) when it travels to Eastern Connecticut. UNE travels to Wentworth Institute on Saturday (12:30 p.m.) for a Commonwealth Coast Conference game.


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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 7:03 am

Eastern Connecticut Blanks Southern Maine 4-0

WILLAMANTIC, Conn. – The Eastern Connecticut State University) women's soccer team moved a step closer to its sixth Little East Conference regular-season title in the last 13 years by defeating the University of Southern Maine, 4-0, Saturday afternoon at Thomas Nevers Field.

The only unbeaten team in the conference with two regular-season matches remaining, Eastern (10-3-1, 5-0-0 LEC) has already beaten its two closest competitors by 1-0 scores on the road (Western Connecticut and Keene State College). The Warriors look to clinch the regular-season title and gain the No. 1 playoff berth with remaining matches at Rhode Island College next Saturday and against visiting University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Oct. 31 at Nevers Field. Southern Maine drops its seventh straight contest to fall to 3-10 overall and remains winless in the Little East at 0-4.

Four different players scored goals for Eastern, with junior midfielder Joanna Weir (Hebron, Conn.) scoring her first goal of the year and adding an assist, junior midfielder Hailey Lehning (Woodbury, Conn.) scoring her third goal of 2015 and contributing an assist, first-year sophomore transfer forward Anna Manser (Manchester, Conn.) recording her first goal in an Eastern uniform and sophomore forward Emily Becher (Brooklyn, Conn.) adding her conference-leading 11th goal.

Lehning and Weir scored 12 minutes apart early in the match and Becher made it 3-0 by halftime. Manser's 16-yard header on a cross from sophomore back Maggie Bodington (Stratford, Conn.) ended the scoring with 16 minutes into the second half.

All three keepers saw action for Eastern, as did 20 position players. Freshman Kaley Kennedy (Enfield, Conn.) played the final 21:52 without a save in her collegiate debut. Senior Rachel Skelton (East Lyme, Conn.) won her tenth decision of the season without making a save in the first half, and freshman Kayla Labrecque (Westhampton, Mass.) recorded the only save by the trio in working first 23 minutes of the second half. The shutout is the seventh in 14 matches for Eastern.

Eastern outshot Southern Maine (3-10-0, 0-5-0 LEC) 30-2, with Labrecque recording the team's save with 25 minutes left.

Southern Maine senior keeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) – second in the LEC in total saves – recorded her 100th save of the season, finishing with nine.

Eastern hosts Fitchburg State University Wednesday at 6 p.m. in a non-conference match. Southern Maine hosts Framingham State in a non-conference game on Wednesday (3:00 p.m.).

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 22, 2015 5:23 am

Miele Hat Trick Leads Framingham State Past Southern Maine 4-1

Miele Hat Trick Leads Framingham State Past Southern Maine 4-1

GORHAM, Maine -- Senior Marissa Miele (Hudson, Mass.) scored three goals as the visiting Framingham State University Rams defeated the University of Southern Maine Huskies 4-1 in non-conference women's soccer action Wednesday afternoon at Hannaford Field.

The win was the second straight for the Rams, and improved their overall record to 8-5-2. The Huskies fell to 3-11-0 overall.

Miele scored the first three goals for the Rams, and rookie Megan White (Charlton, Mass./Holy Name) added an insurance marker. Senior goalkeeper Sara Sullivan (Quincy, Mass./North Quincy) had three saves in 75 minutes before giving way to freshman Jennifer Stevens (Hopkinton, Mass.). Stevens made one stop over the final 15 minutes.

Sophomore Jessica Preble (Milo, Maine/Penquis Valley) scored the Huskies' lone goal to make the score 2-1 at the time. Senior goalie Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) posted seven saves.

The visitors took a 1-0 lead in the 19th minute as Miele deposited a right-wing cross from classmate Brini Varetimos (North Attleboro, Mass.) past Temple from six yards out. The goal was Miele's fourth of the season.

Miele doubled the advantage in the 27th minute with a well-placed shot from the right side into the far side of the net for her fifth goal.

Southern Maine got on the board in the 51st minute after a miscue in the back by Framingham State. Preble outraced an FSU defender and Sullivan to the misplayed ball and directed a low shot into the open net from 15 yards out.

Looking for an insurance marker, the Rams scored two less than four minutes apart to put the decision to bed. Miele ran onto a ball play over the top by junior Angela Pallotta (Sterling, Mass./Clinton) and hit a hard shot past Temple in the 70th minute. White added her fifth goal of the season in the 73rd minute with a long ball from the right-wing side that eluded Temple.

Framingham State rolled up an 18-6 advantage in shots (11-5 on goal) and had a 4-1 edge in corner kicks.

Southern Maine returns to the pitch on Saturday (12:00 p.m.) for a Little East Conference home match against Western Connecticut State University. Framingham State hosts Massachusetts Maritime Academy in a MASCAC match on Saturday (11:00 a.m.).


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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 25, 2015 8:19 am

Western Connecticut Shuts Out Southern Maine 4-0

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Western Connecticut Shuts Out Southern Maine 4-0

GORHAM, Maine – Senior Kelsey Chacho (Plainville, Conn.) scored the game-winning goal less than two minutes into the game to lead the Western Connecticut State University Colonials to a 4-0 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference women's soccer game Saturday afternoon at Hannaford Field.

The win is the fourth straight for the Colonials who improve to 12-5-1 overall and 4-1-1 in the Little East Conference. Southern Maine drops its ninth straight contest to fall to 3-12 overall and 0-6 in the Little East.

Chacho quickly put the Colonials up 1-0 just 1:37 into the game carrying the ball down the near side of the field and then cutting it back for a far-post shot to score her seventh goal of the season. Western Connecticut took a 2-0 lead heading into the half benefiting from an unlucky bounce in the box resulting in a Huskies' own goal in the 33rd meaning.

The Huskies defense held strong through the opening 30 minutes of the second half, before the Colonials struck for two more goals in the final 15 minutes of play for the 4-0 final. Entering the game as a sub, freshman Allison Oakley (Beekman, N.Y./Arlington) made the most of her time scoring a goal in the 76th minute, tapping in a flat ball played across the goal-mouth on an assist from junior Emily Newhard (Wallingford, Conn./Lyman Hall). Five minutes later, Oakley found Newhard with a through ball into the box for the Colonials' fourth and final goal of the game.

Western Connecticut goalkeeper sophomore Jillian Fernandez (Columbia, Conn./Windham) earned the shut out making a pair of saves. USM senior Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) made 11 saves in the loss.

Southern Maine heads to Husson University on Wednesday (7:00 p.m.) in a non-conference game. Western Connecticut hosts Stevens on Tuesday (6:00 p.m.) in a non-conference game.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Oct 29, 2015 6:03 am

Husson Takes Down Southern Maine 3-1

BANGOR, Maine – Sophomore Leah Hibbad (Portsmouth, R.I.) scored a goal in each half and added an assist to lead the Husson University Eagles to a 3-1 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a non-conference women's soccer game Wednesday evening.
Earning its second straight win, Husson improves to 8-9-1 overall. Southern Maine falls to 3-13 with its loss.

Hibbad put her team up 1-0 in the ninth minute scoring her ninth goal of the season off of an assist from senior Hannah Clough (Mount Vernon, Maine/Maranacook). Clough doubled the Eagles' advantage two minutes later this time receiving an assist from Hibbad for a 2-0 Husson lead, which they would take into the half.

Continuing a strong offensive performance, Hibbad notched her 10th goal of the season in the 65th minute to extend the Eagles lead to 3-0. The Huskies broke up the shut out bid in the 84th minute. Sophomore Ariana Davidson (Windham, Maine) scorded her third goal of the season finishing an assist from junior Analies Ross-Dyjak (Orono, Maine) on a set piece header off of a free kick.

Kayla Gordon earned the win for Husson playing 80:41 minutes and making one save. Jordyn Hopkins closed out the final 9:19 for the Eagles allowing one goal. USM senior Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) made 12 saves.

Southern Maine closes out the season on Saturday (1:00 p.m.) hosting Little East Conference opponent Rhode Island College. Husson travels to Maine Maritime on Saturday (4:30 p.m.) in the quarterfinal of the North Atlantic Conference tournament.

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Re: Soccer - women 2015: University of Southern Maine

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:24 am

DeGrooth, Turner Power RIC Past Southern Maine 4-3 in OT

GORHAM, Maine – Freshman Brittany DeGrooth (Westerly, R.I./Johnston) scored three goals and had an assist while senior Gabrielle Turner (Smithfield, R.I.) had three assists and a goal to lead the Rhode Island College Anchormen to a thrilling 4-3 win over the University of Southern Maine Huskies in a Little East Conference women's soccer game Saturday afternoon at Hannaford Field.

Playing in its season ending game, Rhode Island College improves to 3-14 overall and 1-6 in the Little East. Southern Maine concludes its season with a 3-14 record and an 0-7 mark in the conference.

Southern Maine started the game off with a pair of fantastic chances from senior CC Pelletier (West Newfield, Maine/Massabesic), but RIC freshman goalkeeper Katherine Haley (Hope, R.I./Scituate) made two outstanding plays to keep the Huskies off of the scoreboard.

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