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De Frietas last second goal saves Bengals, women take to the field Thursday
August 21, 2013 • Fort Kent, ME

Bengals will play another exhibition on Thursday at 5pm vs. Ahuntsic College
Bengals will play another exhibition on Thursday at 5pm vs. Ahuntsic College

Sophomore midfielder Glenn De Frietas (Johannesburg Gauteng, South Africa) collected a deflected ball off a coner kick and punched home the equalizer with just six seconds left giving the U-Maine-Fort Kent men’s soccer team their second straight 2-2 draw with Carleton University Wednesday evening in an exhibition contest from Fort Kent, Maine. Box Score

Kennard Brown (Jr., St. Elizabeth, Jamaica) evened the score at one in the twenty-third minute of the first as he controlled a ball in the offensive third and beat the Raven keeper low to the corner for his first pre-season goal. However, Carleton earned and converted a PK in the eighty first minute to regain a one-goal advantage after one of their players was ruled taken down in the UMFK box, setting up De Frietas’s late heroics.

In Tuesday’s exhibition opener with Carleton, freshmen forward Ben Kluvers (Chicago, IL) scored the equalizer for the Bengals in the second half with Ross Downie (So. Edinburgh, Scotland) picking up the Bengals' other goal. Kluvers and Downie also picked up assists on the day.

In the both exhibition matches, freshmen keepers Jamie Cleland (Dunfermline, Scotland) and Nick Howard (Bolton, Lancashire, England) have split halves in goal with Cleland playing the first and Howard the second.

The UMFK soccer teams will close their preseason schedules with back to back double headers on Alumni Memorial Field against Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) members College Ahuntsic (Montreal, Quebec) on Thursday August 22 and Friday August 23. On Thursday, Coach Lucas Levesque’s Lady Bengals will see their first outside action of the preseason when the play at 3pm vs Ahuntsic, followed by the men at 5pm. On Friday, the women take to the field at 11am and the men at 1pm.

Both UMFK teams are preparing for their season opener Saturday August 31 when they host USCAA school Vermont Technical College in a double header at Alumni Memorial Field. The women play first at 1pm followed by the men 3pm.

If you are unable to attend any home contests they will be carried on a live webcasts on UMFK’s BengalVision .

Full schedules attached and on-line at the below links

Men’s Soccer Schedule

Women’s Soccer Schedule

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2013 U-Maine-Fort Kent Men's & Women's Soccer Preview

Monday, August 12, 2013 • Fort Kent, ME

UMFK Director of University Relations & Alumni Affairs, Terence Kelly writes about the great success of both men’s and women’s teams and gives a look into the 2013 season.


UMFK Soccer looks forward to National Championships in West Virginia

by Terence Kelly, UMFK Director of University Relations & Alumni Affairs