Castine, Maine - Thomas College advanced to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer Championship game with a 2-1 win over SUNY Canton. The Terriers will play the winner of the second semifinal game between #1 Maine Maritime and #4 Husson. The sixth-seeded Roos end their season at 7-10-2 after advancing to the semifinal round with an upset win over #3 SUNY Delhi. #2 Thomas moves to 9-8-1 with the win.
Maine Maritime Academy head coach Billy Shannon and senior Matt Caron claimed their second-consecutive major North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer post season awards, as Shannon repeated as Coach of the Year and Caron repeated as Player of the Year. UMaine-Farmington senior Andrew Longhurst was voted Defensive Player of the Year. Thomas College first-year forward Eric LaBrie earned Rookie of the Year, and UMaine-Presque Isle senior Chad Bartlett earned the title of 2019 Senior Scholar Athlete.
BANGOR, Maine - A defensive duel between the #4 Husson University Eagles and the #5 University of Maine-Farmington Beavers resulted in 110 minutes of men’s North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Quarterfinal soccer action on Boucher Field. The 0-0 deadlock came down to a decisive round of penalty kicks where junior Nikoloz Bulashvili stepped up to the challenge subbing in for a goalkeeper’s worst nightmare and coming out with the victory as he stopped the Beavers’ second penalty kick to secure a 5-3 advantage and help the Eagles advance to the semifinal round of the NAC Championship Tournament.
Sixth-seeded SUNY Canton won the first quarterfinal game of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer Championship tournament, 1-0, against #3 SUNY Delhi at SUNY Oneonta's Red Dragon Field on Sunday, November 3rd.
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The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer regular season wrapped up today with Maine Maritime Academy (12-3-1 overall, 7-1 NAC) emerging as the top seed.
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