Beavers Come Up Short Against Huskies

Beavers Come Up Short Against Huskies

Gorham, Maine – UMaine-Farmington Beavers lost to the University of Sothern Maine on Wednesday afternoon by a score of 3-2 on Hannaford Field in non-conference action.


The Beavers are now 4-4 overall while the Huskies move to 4-5.


The Huskies got on the board first at the 21:26 minute mark when Jonathan Bobe won the ball in the midfield and passed it up the sideline to find Sam Anderson who took a shot from about 15 yards out and found the back of the net.

About three minutes later, Anderson beat the keeper a second time for his sixth goal of the season. Qutaiba Hassoon passed the ball into the middle which got through a few Beaver defenders and found Anderson's feet.

Anderson wasn't done there as he found the twine again in the second half after beating the keeper in a one on one matchup.

The Beavers never backed down as Andrew Longhurst was awarded a penalty kick late in the second half and beat the keeper to the right side. At the end of the second half, Job Randolph collected a failed clear from USM and found the twine. The Beavers late push came up short as the Huskies held on to the 3-2 victory.


The Huskies held the advantage in shots (9-8) while both teams had five shots on goal. Matt Wilson was tagged with the loss (4-4) with two saves, Michael Pingree played the second half for the Beavers. Richard Glemawu was awarded the win (4-5) after a first half shutout with three saves. Simon Hulbert played the second half, allowing two goals.


The Beavers come home Saturday to face off against conference rival, Thomas College. Saturday will start a five game homestand for the Beavers.