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Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:07 am
by Tom Nolette
Husson Eagles
@HussonUEagles
.@HussonWSoccer Welcomes Alyssa Driscoll as a 2018 Commitment!
http://hussoneagles.com/sports/wsoc/201 ... 0207dyevr6 … #HUeagles

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:33 am
by Tom Nolette
Husson Eagles
@HussonUEagles
John Bapst's Matija Mamula Commits to Husson for the 2018 Season! http://hussoneagles.com/sports/wsoc/201 ... 0220et3cm9 … #HUeagles

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:38 am
by Tom Nolette
NE Soccer Journal
@NESoccerJournal
Come 2018, keep an eye out for these New Englanders in D3 Women's soccer. Here are our Top 20 returners.
: http://www.nesoccerjournal.com/nesoccer ... eId1339319

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 1:52 am
by Tom Nolette
Husson Eagles
@HussonUEagles
Shannon Dowd Announces Commitment to @HussonWSoccer! http://hussoneagles.com/sports/wsoc/201 ... 0321lkayp5 … #HUeagles

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 9:08 pm
by MattyB
Women's Soccer Announces Two More Commitments for 2018 Season

BANGOR, Maine - The Husson University women's soccer program is pleased to announce two more commitments for the 2018 season, Mackenzie St. Pierre, a midfielder from Waterville, Maine, and Sydney Drew, a midfielder from Wales, Maine.

Mackenzie St. Pierre, from Waterville High School in Waterville, Maine, was a four-year varsity starter. St. Pierre was named the conference player of the year her senior year and first team all-conference her junior and senior year. The midfielder also won a state championship in soccer her freshman year. She will be studying pre-pharmacy this fall.

Sydney Drew, from Oak Hill High School in Wales, Maine, was also a four-year varsity player in high school. Drew was named all conference her junior and senior year, while also being invited to the state of Maine Senior Bowl. The Wales, Maine native will be studying secondary education at One College Circle this fall.

The Eagles made a tremendous run in the conference tournament until it came to an end in the conference championship game in double-overtime to now conference champion Castleton University.

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:00 am
by MattyB
Husson men's and women's soccer release 2018 schedules: https://t.co/Qxn6QWPoAS

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:47 am
by MattyB
Husson women's soccer picked to win conference title: https://t.co/9NVWL2YnHc

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:53 am
by MattyB
COLBY WOMEN'S SOCCER OPENS SEASON WITH WIN OVER THOMAS

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Senior forward Catherine Fraser had a collegiate-high five points on the day with three goals and two assists and first-year Juliette Nadeau scored twice and dished an assist in Colby College's season-opening 8-0 win over Thomas College in non-conference women's soccer Wednesday.

Fraser scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal at 10:08 of the first half when she took a pass from Charlotte White and ripped a 20-yard blast into the upper right corner of the net. White had her first collegiate assist.

Fraser returned the favor just 2:39 later when her cross from the right side was headed in by White to the left corner for her first collegiate score. Fraser made it 3-0 when she stole a pass back to the goalkeeper from a defender and scored into a wide open net at 18:45.

Hannah Brozdowski put the Mules (1-0 overall) up 4-0 at 28:48 on Fraser's second assist of the night. With 10:34 left to halftime, Nadeau scored her first collegiate goal off a pass from Elizabeth Barry. The Mules took a 6-0 halftime lead when Olivia Greif scored off a dish from Nadeau.

Nadeau scored her second of the game on an 18-yard shot from the middle after taking a pass from Katherine Gillespie. Fraser closed out the scoring at 79:52 when she tapped in a shot after taking a pass from Greif on the right side.

Dani Lonati and Shannon Gray did not have to make a save to combine in goal for the shutout. The Mules had a 49-0 advantage in shots.

Kayla Gordon had a fine game in goal for Thomas (1-2 overall), stopping 21 shots.

Box score: http://gocolbymules.com/sports/wsoc/201 ... 5_9v4x.xml

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 7:26 am
by MattyB
The St. Joe's Women's Soccer team making a huge difference for one Maine family: https://t.co/zBrTiQbJCR

Re: Soccer - Women 2018:

PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:12 am
by MattyB
.@HussonUEagles womens soccer defeates UMFK, 3-1: https://t.co/1G7UVMQNy1