College roundup, men’s soccer: Wheaton defeats Husson

Posted Aug. 30, 2013, at 10:14 p.m.
Last modified Aug. 31, 2013, at 12:01 a.m.

NORTON, Mass. — Wheaton College scored three first-half goals Friday to set the tone for a 5-2 men’s soccer victory over Husson University of Bangor in the mutual season opener for both teams.

Noah Kossoff, Michael Williams and Michael Cronin tallied the first-half goals for Wheaton, while Adam Sholi and Kevin Gil posted goals after intermission. Matt Dickey made two saves.

Jimmy Fitzpatrick scored both goals for the Eagles, with Alain Tuyishime providing an assist. Brian Potter finished with 12 saves.

MMA 0, UNE 0 (2OT)

At Castine, he University of New England and Maine Maritime Academy played 110 minutes of scoreless soccer in a mutual nonconference season opener at Ritchie Field.

MMA outshot UNE 13-10, with Jesse Perkins making one save for the Mariners. Aidan McPartland had seven stops for the Nor’easters.

WPU 3, Thomas 2

At Beverly, Mass., Jason Padilla scored off a cross from Sean Neal with 3:32 gone in overtime, lifting William Patterson to victory over Thomas College of Waterville in the first game for both teams.

Hugh Riley and Aken Pierre scored first-half goals for William Paterson, both on Neal assists, for the winners. Mike Diacheyan made three saves for the winners.

Michael Hand and Dakota Duplissie tallied the goals for the Terriers, with Alip Pak and Tre Ming contributing assists. MIkkail Crockwell made three saves.

Women’s Soccer

USM 2, Manhattanville 1

At Gorham, Jordan Grant’s unassisted goal in the first half proved all the Huskies would head to beat the Valiants in the first game of theseason for both teams.

Amy Jose and Kelly Burrell each netted a goal for the University of Southern Maine, while C.C. Pelletier provided an assist. Katie Cobb made five saves.

Jori Cooper came up with 13 saves for Manhattanville College.

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