The Black Bears could not be Elaine Chuli as Maine fell to UConn at the Alfond.
Players and coaches react to the 27-22 loss to the Elon Phoenix.
John McCabe, Dan Collins and Coach Cosgrove:
Coach Cos’s Final Thoughts:
Elon coach Rich Skrosky and DE Miles Williams
The Maine Black Bears lost a close game to the Elon Phoenix at Alfond Stadium on Senior Day. After surrendering 17 points in the first half, Maine rallied in the fourth quarter, but ultimately fell short as time ran out.
Intro – 1:10
Maine Football – 2:37
Maine Men’s Hockey – 39:29
Maine Women’s Hockey – 1:23:10
Maine will play in the first home and home weekend series of the season, facing off against conference opponent and No. 5 ranked UMass Lowell River Hawks on the road Friday night and then at home at the Alfond on Sunday.
Maine: 0-2-0 Hockey East, 0-6-3 Overall, T-11th, 0 HE pts.
UMass Lowell: 2-0-2 Hockey East, 6-1-2 Overall, T-1st, 6 HE pts.
Maine: 1st home and home series of the year, Maine 0-4-1 on the road, have yet to play a regular season game at home.
UMass Lowell: 3-0-1 at home, 3-1-1 on the road
Maine: 0-5-0 in last 5 games, streak: L7
UMass Lowell: 3-1-1 in last 5 games, streak: W3
Maine: USCHO (NR), PWR (50th), RPI (50th)
UMass Lowell: USCHO (5th), PWR (6th), RPI (6th)
Maine leads all time series 76-36-4
Maine on the road vs. UMass Lowell: 31-15-3
Maine at Home vs. UMass Lowell: 41-18-1
UMass Lowell won last meeting 2-0 on Jan. 16, 2015
Rob McGovern, Fr, 6 GP/6 starts, 0-4-2, 2.13 GAA, .934 SV%
Matt Morris, R-Jr, 4 GP/3 starts, 0-2-1, 3.27 GAA, .913 SV%
Kevin Boyle, Sr, 9 GP/9 starts, 6-1-2, 1.42 GAA, .949 SV%
Maine: Cam Brown, Jr, F (9 GP, 1-3–4)
UMass Lowell: Adam Chapie, Sr, F (9 GP, 4-3–7)
Leading Goal Scorer
Maine: Will Merchant, Sr, F (9 GP, 3 goals)
UMass Lowell: Adam Chapie, So, F (9 GP, 4 goals)
Maine: Cam Brown, Jr, F (9 GP, 1 PP goal)
Will Merchant, Sr, F (9 GP, 1 PP goal)
UMass Lowell: Dylan Zink, Jr, D (8 GP, 3 PP goals)
Maine: 60/60 in the nation, 12/12 in Hockey East (1.11 G/GM)
UMass Lowell: T-38/60 in the nation, 9/12 in Hockey East (2.56 G/GM)
Maine: 26/60 in the nation, 5/12 in Hockey East (2.67 GAA)
UMass Lowell: 2/60 in the nation, 2/12 in Hockey East (1.44 GAA)
Maine: 58/60 in the nation, 12/12 in Hockey East (2-36, 5.56%)
UMass Lowell: 20/60 in the nation, 6/12 in Hockey East (8-39, 20.51%)
Maine: 43/60 in the nation, 10/12 in Hockey East (36-45, 80.4%)
UMass Lowell: 11/60 in the nation, 2/12 in Hockey East (28-31, 90.3%)
Maine: 3/60 in the nation, 2/12 in Hockey East (19.89 PIM/GM)
UMass Lowell: 50/60 in the nation, 11/12 in Hockey East (8.44 PIM/GM)
The Black Bears could not take advantage of the absence of Northeastern’s two top scorers, as the Huskies secured a 3-1 win at the Alfond.
The Black Bears trailed late in the third period, but a goal from Brooke Stacey tied the game in the final minutes tied the game. Maine would eventually in the game in overtime on a goal from Alyson Matteau.
The Black Bears women’s hockey team completed their sweep of the Brown University Brown Bears Friday night at the Alfond. Four different Black Bears scored and Meghann Treacy made 16 saves en route to the win.