Sep 18, 2018
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Cam Clouse used his head and his right foot on two restart goals in leading the Colby College men's soccer team to a 3-1 non-conference win over University of New England on Tuesday.
The Mules improve to 2-2-1 overall, while the Nor'easters drop to 1-5.
* Clouse scored the second and third goals for the Mules. He went hard to the right post and headed in a pass from David Howarth on a restart at 37:37 of the opening half to make it 2-0 at halftime.
* The Nor'easters got back in the game early in the second half when Callum Heaslewood and Cam Twombly worked a perfect give-and-go. Heaslewood pushed a pass to Twombly and then sprinted pass his teammate looking for space. Twombly immediately pushed a pass back to Heaslewood, who ripped a low shot from about 25 yards into the right corner of the net.
* Clouse came up with Colby's insurance goal with 19:03 left in the game. Kyle Douglas was fouled straight on from the goal about 19 yards out. With a five-man wall for UNE, Clouse managed to fire a low shot to the left corner.
* The Mules got off to a fine start when Jacob Tower tallied just 5:09 into the first half. His shot from the top of the box went over the head of goalkeeper Nathan Delesdernier.
By the numbers
* Colby had a 21-3 advantage in shots and a 13-4 margin in corner kicks.
* Mule goalkeeper Dan Carlson did not make a save on UNE's three shots. Delesdernier stopped five shots.
* Colby has a NESCAC Weekend in Connecticut, playing Trinity College at 2 p.m. Saturday and a match with Connecticut College on Sunday at 2 p.m.
* The Nor'easters play at Roger Williams on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Photos by Ashley Conti