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Women's Soccer opens with big win, men roll to 3rd win

September 3, 2010


The UMFK soccer teams rolled to big shutout victories over St. Thomas University (Canada) on Friday in Fort Kent, Maine. The Lady Bengals opened their 2010 season with a 10-0 win over the Tommies while the Bengal men cruised to 12-0 win in moving to 3-0.

Donique Ferriera (So., Montego Bay, Jamaica) had a hat trick including the games first goal in the fourth minute on a nice through ball from senior Angela Norsworthy (Presque Isle, Maine). Junior transfer Callie Rigbsy (Temecula, California), playing in her first career game as a Lady Bengal, would then set up the next two Lady Bengal goals from the right flank with Theresa Biggs (So., Cape Town, South Africa) and Marie-Pier Daze (So., Ste. Sophie, Quebec) scoring goals in the sixth and eight minutes of the contest. Ferriera closed the scoring in the first half with goals in the thirteenth and twenty-second minute to give UMFK a 6-0 advantage. Biggs finished with two goals for the 1-0 Lady Bengals while Whitney Sinclair (Jr., Dexter, Maine) had a goal and two assists. The UMFK offense overwhelmed STU with a 20-1 advantage in shots on goal.
UMFK’s Liz Morneault and Mindy Morneault shared time in goal and didn’t face a shot.  St. Thomas’ Sarah Wardwell saved 11 of 21 shots.
Amine El Moumen (Fr., Casablanca, Morocco) recorded five goals and one assist as the UMFK men rolled 12-0 over St. Thomas picking up their third straight win to open the season.
Henley Comrie (Sr., St. Elizabeth, Jamaica) opened the scoring in the sixth minute on through ball from Jermaine West (St. Elizabeth, Jamaica). Andre Anderson (Sr., Manchester, Jamaica) scored the next two goals a minute apart in the thirty-first minute. El Moumen did all his damage in the second half including the games’ final four goals.  Walford Stewart (Sr., St. Elizabeth, Jamaica) recorded three assists in the match.
Bengals’ keeper David Girouard (So., Eustache, Quebec) saved the only shot he faced while Marc Gagnon turned away 11 of 23 shots for St. Thomas. UMFK held a 23-0 advantage in shots on goal.