MEN'S SOCCER FALLS TO UVM IN AE SEMIFINALS, 2-0
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BURLINGTON, Vt
. – The University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team lost to the No. 2 seed University of Vermont, 2-0, Wednesday afternoon in a in a America East Championship semifinal game. It was UNH's first loss since Oct. 10, their last meeting with Vermont. The Wildcats finish their 2007 campaign with a 5-5-9 overall record and 2-2-5 in the America East conference. The Catamounts improved to 8-9-2, 4-4-2, and will take on Binghamton University in the AE title game.
    UVM took advantage of the strong wind, putting UNH in an early hole in the first half. After a Justin Geibel pass, Lee Stephane Kouadio shot the ball across the box into the left lower corner off senior goalkeeper Mike Jenne (Vernon, N.Y.) in the 23 minute of play. At 41:57 Kouadio helped the Catamounts score again after he passed to Marty Galvin, who headed the ball, off the crossbar into the net.
    Seven different players registered shots for UNH, including senior Michael Davis’ (Tigard, Ore.) goalmouth header with 15 minutes left to play in the game. However UVM goalie Roger Scully made a diving save and UNH could not get the rebound. Senior Adam Marcellus (Malvern, Pa.) led the team with three shots.
    After Catamount Rem Kielman was ejected in the first, the Wildcats put more pressure on the UVM defense, but it wasn’t enough to get UNH on the board.
    Closing out their UNH careers Wednesday along with Davis and Marcellus were John Bergqvist (Hollviekn, Sweeden), who also notched a goal shot, Bryan Stewart (Swanzey, N.H.), Derek Bragg (Downington, Penn.), Matt Low (Salem, N.H.) and Colin Smith (Severna Park, Md.).
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