Beavers and Eagles Advance to Women's Soccer Semifinal Round



Beavers and Eagles advance to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Soccer championship tournament semifinal round. Third seed UMaine-Farmington topped sixth seed Northern Vermont-Johnson 5-0 on Saturday and fourth seed Husson bested fifth seed SUNY Canton 2-0 on Sunday.

UMaine Farmington and Husson move on to the semifinal round to face No. 2 Maine Maritime and No. 1 Thomas, respectively. Both games are Saturday, November 3 at Thomas College in Waterville, Maine. The semifinal winners will compete for the NAC title at Thomas College on Sunday, November 4.


Quarterfinal 1 - UMaine Farmington 5, Northern Vermont-Johnson 0

FARMINGTON, Maine - Sophomore McKenna Brodeur scored three goals and assisted on another to lead the University of Maine at Farmington (6-12, 5-2) women's soccer to a 5-0 victory over Northern Vermont University-Johnson (7-10, 2-5) on Saturday. With the win, UMF advances in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) playoffs and will face the number two seed Mariners of Maine Maritime on Saturday, Nov. 3rd.  


  • Brodeur opened the game scoring an unassisted goal just under three minutes in
  • Lydia Roy set-up Brodeur's second goal of the game with a nifty feed in the circle
  • Sophomore Fern Calkins scored on an assist from Brodeur that sent UMF into halftime with a commanding 3-0 lead.
  • Junior Ashley Gleason added a second-half goal and Brodeur completed the hat trick to round out the scoring for UMF


  • UMF dominated the shots with a 35-0 advantage
  • The Beavers held a 9-1 advantage in corners
  • With the three goals, Brodeur now has 19 on the year
  • Sophomore goalie Callie Hammer picked up her fourth win of the year

~Courtesy of UMaine Farmington Sports Information


Quarterfinal 2 - Husson 3, SUNY Canton 0

BANGOR, Maine - Husson controlled offensive action in a 3-0 victory in a cold and wet game at home. SUNY Canton ends the season 4-1-1 (2-4-1) while Husson improves to 6-9-1 (4-2-1) and moves on to the semifinal round of the NAC Championship tournament. The Eagles will face the top seeded Thomas College squad on their home turf on Saturday November 3.


  • McKenzie St. Pierre scored an unassisted goal to put the Eagles up 1-0 five minutes into the game
  • Bri Saulter scored a solo goal at 69:10
  • St. Pierre dished out an assist to Joan Overman with under five minutes to play


  • Sami Ireland made two saves for the shutout win
  • Allison Wakefield made eight saves in goal for the Roos
  • Husson sustained offensive pressure, outshooting Canton 22-2
  • Husson forced eight corner kicks without having to defend one


Quarterfinals -
Saturday, October 27

No 3. UMaine Farmington 5 vs. No. 6 NVU-Johnson 0

Sunday, October 28

No. 4 Husson 3 vs. No. 5 SUNY Canton 0


Semifinals - Sat Nov. 3 (at Thomas)

No. 1 Thomas vs. No. 4 Husson - 1:00 pm

No. 2 Maine Maritime vs. No.3 UMaine-Farmington - 3:30 pm


Championship - Sun Nov. 4 (at Thomas)

Semifinal winners - 2:00 pm