September 1, 2013

Maine Colleges: Monks earn win in soccer

From staff reports

BANGOR - Ashley Beaulieu's overtime shot struck the crossbar and then bounced down just over the goal line, giving St. Joseph's a 1-0 season-opening women's soccer victory over Husson at the Husson Classic in Bangor.

Lauren Titus assisted on the play.

Jess Poulin stopped nine shots for the Eagles, while Monks keeper Jaci Lorenzen earned the win with a pair of saves.

Western New England University defeated Maine Maritime Academy 5-0 in the opening game of the tournament.

GORDON 1, USM 0: Hannah Midwinter scored from Jamie Breton nearly eight minutes into overtime, sending the Fighting Scots (2-0) to a win over the Huskies (1-1) at Gorham.

Katie Cobb made nine saves to keep Southern Maine in the game.

Gordon held a 22-8 advantage in shots.

DEAN 1, SMCC 0: Morgan Mencio finally got one by SMCC goalie Sydney Proctor after 101 minutes, giving the Bulldogs a double-overtime win over the Seawolves in an opener at Franklin, Mass.


ROGER WILLIAMS 3, ST. JOSEPH'S 1: Scarborough's Trevor Hoxsie scored twice, leading the Hawks past the Monks (0-1) at Bristol, R.I.

Kyle Shangraw scored for St. Joseph's.

SMCC 2, DEAN 1: Michael Curtis scored at the 105-minute mark as the Seawolves won their opener in double overtime at Franklin, Mass.

Alex Bedrosian put Dean ahead just 1:08 in, a lead that held up until Nicolas Oram scored for the Seawolves with nine minutes left in regulation.


ST. JOSEPH'S 2, EASTERN CONNECTICUT 1: Rachelle Messuri scored 1:36 into overtime to lift the Monks over the Warriors at Mansfield, Conn.

Messuri also scored at 3:12 of the second half, drawing St. Joseph's even after Brianna Passero's goal for Eastern Connecticut State with 2:29 left in the first.

USM 3, WHEATON 0: Peyton Dostie had two assists in the first half, then scored an insurance goal in the second, helping the Huskies move to 2-0 with a win over Wheaton (1-1) at Gorham.

Natalie Harkins started the scoring in the fifth minute and Rebecca Pratt tallied at 30:12.

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