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Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Brangman & Spence Schools Round Up's

Chae Brangman

Chae Brangman and his Rhode Island Menís Soccer teammates and No. 16 New Hampshire battled through 90 minutes of scoreless soccer with Nils Leifhelm making two key saves in the final minutes of regulation to force overtime.

There, the best chance for either side came in the 96th minute when UNH's Andrew Pesci blocked Liam Daley's attempt inside the 6-yard box. New Hampshire recorded the lone shot in double overtime, a 109th-minute attempt which was stopped by Leifhelm.

Jasmine Spence

Jasmine Spence and her Mercer's Women's soccer teammates continued its winning ways with a convincing 6-0 shutout over South Carolina State at Bear Field. The triumph was their fourth consecutive victory.

Mercer got off to a very strong start, taking an early lead in the 10th minute when Ally Fordham crossed one in to Valeria Bermeo who finished in front of the net.

In the 28th minute Mercer were awarded a penalty kick due to a foul in the box. Senior midfielder Emma Chandlee took the kick for Mercer and beat the keeper, firing it into the back of the net.

Shortly thereafter, Brie Pavol headed one into goal, assisted by Spence off of a corner kick in the 29th minute.

In the 34th minute, Madi Johnson rocketed one into the upper corner of the goal from deep, assisted by Jorden Christensen.

Mercer entered the locker room with a 4-0 lead.

Mercer didn't let off the gas as they continued to press for more goals in the second half. That is exactly what they found in the 56th minute when Caroline Smith scored her second goal of the season, heading one in, assisted by Alexius Hill.

In the 83rd minute, Madeline Alhamra earned her first collegiate goal when she curled one past the keeper, assisted by Spence.

Mercer continued to fight for another goal but the score held strong as they earned their fifth shutout of the season, 6-0.

Spence was the woman of the match, creating two goals for Mercer, earning two assists.
Monday, September 18, 2017
Perinchief-Harris-Minors & Donawa Round Up

Tyquann Perinchief & Zeiko Harris

Tyquann Perinchief, Zeiko Harris and their Appalachian State University Men's Soccer teammates got back on track with its first shutout victory of the season over Longwood 1-0 at Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex.

Appalachian Stateís shutout triumph is the first at home since last season's 2-0 win over Howard on October 8th, following the win they have already matched last season's win total at Ted Mack.

Calon Minors

Calon Minors and his USC Upstate Men's Soccer teammates picked up its first tie of the season after playing the High Point Panthers to a 1-1 draw in non-conference play at Vert Stadium.

Upstate moves to 2-4-1 on the season while High Point is 2-2-2 overall.

Michael Angelo Dovidio put USC Upstate ahead 1-0 in the 68th minute with his header. Upstate had a free kick far side from just past midfield and Williamson placed the ball just outside the six-yard box. Dovidio snuck behind the High Point defense and scored near side.

High Point responded in the 74th minute as Allen's goal tied the game at 1-1. Allen recorded the equalizer off a header from Fenwick's free kick.

Justin Donawa

Justin Donawa and his Dartmouth Menís Soccer teammates took down Holy Cross, 5-0, in Worcester.

The win moves Dartmouth to 3-2-0 on the season while Holy Cross fall to 1-4-1.

Junior Noah Paravicini sent in the first goal at the five-minute mark, from an assist by Donawa. The offense wasted no time in trying to score a second time, when senior Wyatt Omsberg headed the ball into the net from a Donawa corner kick in the eighth minute.

Coming out strong into the second half, Danilack scored again in the 50th minute, sending in a quick shot after the ball bobbled around between players from a corner kick.

With 14 minutes left to play, junior Eduvie Ikoba scored his first goal of the year, heading a ball into the net from close range.

Danilack now has two goals on the season, tied with Omsberg, while Paravicini and Ikoba have one apiece. Donawa added two assists to his season total, leading the team with three. Freshman goalkeeper Christopher Palacios grabbed one save, but helped block several goal attempts throughout the night.
Sunday, September 17, 2017
Mixed Day For Bermuda Players at Thomas College

Taznae Fubler
Jamel Amory, MacQuille Walker, Zenawi Bowen and Darin Woolridge and their Thomas College Men's Soccer teammates snapped a three-game losing streak in a 3-0 shutout victory over Husson University in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action at Smith Field.

Thomas improve to 3-3 in the victory while the Husson University fall to 1-3.

Thomas controlled shots in the first half as they held an 11-4 advantage. Thomas struck first in the 22nd minute of the first half as Nawfal El-Antri's free kick from the left side beat the Husson keeper Cody Gross.

Play remained back in forth in the second half until two late goals from Thomas put the game out of reach at 3-0. In the 82nd minute, Michael Sanzari received a pass to the right side from Shammah Gahomera. Sanzari's shot hooked around the Husson keeper and in for his first collegiate goal. Just under four minutes later, Tevin Reid beat two defenders in the box and his shot tucked inside the left post for his first goal of the season.

Jonathan Dutka and John Villanueva split time in goal for Thomas, stopping all seven shots. Josh Irving had a big game on defense for Thomas, clearing away two scoring opportunities for Husson. Gross turned aside six shots for Husson in the effort.

Husson outshot Thomas 19-11 and held a 9-2 advantage in corners.

Meanwhile Taznae Fubler and her Thomas College Women's Soccer teammates fell short of Husson, 2-1, in their North Atlantic Conference (NAC) opener at Smith Field.

In the defeat, Thomas now fall to 0-5 while Husson move to 2-3 (1-0 NAC) on the year.

The Husson offense tested the Thomas defense and keeper Kayla Gordon early in the first half. Husson broke through with a goal in the 14th minute as Morgan Carver received a through ball from Leah Hibbad. Carver's shot deflected off the fingertips of Gordon and in for an early 1-0 lead.

The lead was short-lived as Thomas responded just over two minutes later with a goal of their own. After a corner kick, Taylor Peno found Molly Carroll in front of the goal as she finished for her first collegiate point.

Husson took the lead back later on in the 59th minute as Carver added her second goal of the game on a through ball from Megan Connor. Thomas came up short in the final seconds of the game as Fubler's free kick from the left side flew just over the crossbar to finish the game at 2-1.

Gordon finished with a strong 13 saves in goal for Thomas, while Sami Ireland was given the win for Husson.

Husson outshot Thomas 28-3 and held a 14-1 advantage in corner kicks.
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Frazzoni & Saint Rose Remain Unbeaten

Eva Frazzoni and her College of Saint Rose Womení Soccer teammates extended their unbeaten streak to four matches with tonight's 1-0 triumph at Northeast-10 Conference rival American International.

The College of Saint Rose dominated the action by outshooting the host American International by a 19-2 margin, including a 7-0 mark throughout the first half.

"This was a great team win. We played with passion and intelligence while maintaining an outstanding work rate for ninety minutes," said head coach Laurie Darling Gutheil.

Senior midfielder Roxana Hernandez scored the game's lone goal when she knocked home a loose ball in the area with 16:26 gone by. Seven seconds earlier, junior midfielder Julianne Johnston created the stir by rifling a shot off the crossbar.

Between the posts, sophomore keeper Marika Laurendeau was called upon to make one save throughout her second clean sheet this fall. In the process, she lowered her goals-against-average to 0.25 on the year. Junior Mikayla Demanche recorded four of her six saves in the second half for American International.
Friday, September 15, 2017
Brimmer-Hunt & Brangman Round Up's

Jazario Brimmer
Jazario Brimmer & Jahkeem Hunt

Jazario Brimmer, Jahkeem Hunt and their Johnson & Wales University Men's Soccer teammates got the first goal of the year midway through the opening half and that was all the scoring they'd need to win their season opener. Johnson & Wales defeated Colby-Sawyer, 2-0.

The first goal of the season came 25 minutes into the game. Teagan Drake took a pass from Jason Cruz and blasted it into the net from outside the box.

Just before the half, Johnson & Wales got another goal. Senior Chris Schmid headed the ball to Brimmer and he lobbed it over the CSC keeper for the first goal of his collegiate career.

Johnson & Wales applied a lot of pressure on Colby-Sawyer, outshooting the visitors, 16-5. JWU keeper Nicholas Mancini only had to make a pair of saves to record the shutout.

Chae Brangman

Junior Chae Brangman scored five points with two goals and an assist helping Rhode Island defeat Bryant 4-0. The newcomer has seven points through the first four matches of the season for Rhode Island.

Rhode Island took a 1-0 lead in the 28th minute, after a Bryant foul in the box resulted in URI's first penalty kick of the season. Stavros Zarokostas took the kick and had his attempt stopped by Bryant's Olivier Larente, but the rebound trickled out to Brangman, who deposited the loose ball into the back of the net for the 1-0 advantage.

Brangman struck again after the break, putting Rhode Island up 2-0 just 3:14 after play commenced.

Carlo Davids and Peder Kristiansen picked up assists on the goal as Davids got the ball to Kristiansen, who whipped a service to the front of the net where Brangman one-timed a shot into the back corner for his second goal.

Rhode Island pushed it to 3-0 three minutes later on a similar play from the other side of the field. Ludvik Benco began the sequence with a pass to Ryan Bailey, who crossed to the front of the goal where Brangman deflected the ball to Davids for the finish.

Rhode Island closed out the scoring in the 78th minute when Niklas Middrup tallied his first goal of the season - a header off a corner kick by Kristiansen - to push the score to 4-0.
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