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By GPS Media, 11/03/15, 2:15PM EST

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GPS Alumni News 11/03

Women’s Soccer

University of Connecticut 2-1 Southern Methodist University

A 2-1 win against SMU saw number 11 UConn finish off the season with a 9-0 perfect home record. Stephanie Ribeiro (GPS MA) was a standout player and a part of only the fifth UConn team in history to go undefeated at home. This win also led the Huskies to the American Athletic Conference Regular Season title.

Carson Newman 5-0 Coker College

Carson Newman women’s soccer team clinched its first South Atlantic Conference title since 2010 and the program’s first outright title since 2009. In their final SAC regular season contest, Carson Newman tallied 5 goals past the Coker Cobras. Julianne Herrity (GPS MA and GPS FL) scored two goals for the Eagles in this contest. Herrity was also named the AstroTurf SAC Player of the week for the third time this season. Be sure to look out for Julianne on this Friday’s Player Spotlight presented by The Sport Source.


Julianne Herrity

Worcester State University 4-1 Bridgewater State University

Worcester State University women’s soccer team captured the 2015 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MSCAC) as they defeated the Bridgewater State Bears 4-1. Alicia Macomber (GPS MA) was on the score sheet as the Lancers eased past the Bears.

Assumption 2-1 Pace

Assumption netted 2 to pound past Pace. The Hounds scored twice on Saturday to give them a 2-1 lead over Pace in this weekend’s North East 10 contest. Paige Radomski (GPS MA) led the Assumption offence with four shots registering two on goal.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania 0-1 Shippensburg

IUP ended the season with a 1-0 loss at Shippensburg. The Crimson Hawks had 19 shots; Lexie Palluconi (GPS NY) tallied 3 shots in this game. Lexie has led her team in total points with 8 goals and 8 assists for the season. Lexie has also started in every game this season and helped her team to finish with an 8-7-3 record.

Men’s Soccer

Ithaca 1-0 Alfred

Ithaca earned the top overall seed in the upcoming Empire 8 Championship and the right to host the four team tournament after outplaying Alfred 1-0. Sam Boylan assisted the lone goal of the game to clinch their first Number 1 seed since the 2000 season.

Adelphi 3-0 Saint Rose

A 3-0 regular season-finale win for the Adelphi University men's soccer was the perfect gift to tonight's seniors as the Panthers upended visiting Saint Rose in Northeast-10 Conference action. TJ Butler is currently a Junior at Adelphi. Watch below to see Adelphi’s “Meet the Panthers” Edition with TJ.

Wesleyan 1-0 Amherst

Wesleyan scored one past Amherst College to upset the Number one seed in the NCAA Division III. The loss for the Purple & White is the team's first over a span of 23 games (18-0-5) from Oct. 24, 2014 to Oct. 31, 2015, which is good for 21st in NCAA Division III history. Ben Toulette (GPS MA) was in action for Wesleyan whilst Nico and Andres Pascual-Leone and Jacob Lovely (GPS MA) all played a role for Amherst.

Rivier 1-0 Emerson

The Rivier University Men's Soccer team ended their 2015 season on high note this evening as they were able to capture a slim 1-0 victory over former GNAC foe Emerson College. The Lions put multiple shots on goal, but the Raiders keeper, senior Anthony Capozzi (GPS MA). Capozzi finished his career with a 12 save shutout, his second in as many games. Bowers recorded three saves on four shots in the loss for Emerson. During his time at Rivier, Capozzi doubled up as a Goalkeeper and a Midfielder, the only player in Rivier history to do so.


Anthony Capozzi

Stonehill 6-2 St Anselm

Emmet O’Callaghan (GPS MA) scored twice as St Anselm fell to Stonehill. O'Callaghan's two goals upped his season tally to five for 10 total points—the most on the Saint Anselm side. The pair of putaways was his first point since another two-goal effort back on Sept. 12, snapping a 13-game scoring drought. This game saw the Hawks conclude their 2015 season.