Calvert Scores Three in Comeback Win over Lesley


BUZZARDS BAY, Mass — Maritime men’s soccer hosted Lesley in non-conference play Tuesday night. The Bucs fell behind 2-1 at the half and stormed back in the second half with three goals to beat the Lynx 4-2.

The Basics

Final: Buccaneers 4, Lynx 2

Records: Maritime (3-9-2)

               Lesley (3-12-1)

Inside The Numbers


  • Brody Calvert scored three times in the win with a goal in the first and two in the second to run his season total to nine goals.
  • Luke Twomey scored his third of the season and the game winner for the Buccaneers in the second half.
  • Nicholas Vanti and Ryan Soughou were each credited with assists in the match.
  • Goalkeeper Payton Neale played the second half of the game for Maritime and made one save on a penalty shot by the Lynx and earned his first career win. Kaden Winter started the game and made one save and allowed two goals.
  • The Bucs took 34 shots, 11 on target, and had five corners in the victory.


  • Marc Kenny Derac scored for the Lynx and the team’s second goal was credited as an owl goal by Maritime.
  • Miguel Vasconcelos had an assist on the Derac goal.
  • Goalkeeper Josiah Williams made seven saves and allowed the four Maritime goals in the loss.

How It Happend

Just over a minute into the match Calvert scored his first of the night on a through pass up the middle from Vanti to give the Buccaneers a 1-0 advantage. A little over six minutes later, Derac scored his goal on a pass from Vasconcelos to tie the game at 1-1 eight minute in. In the 25th minute, Lesley earned a free kick left of the net. Osmyn Atwood delivered the ball into the box and it bounced off of John Burke‘s foot and into the net giving the Lynx a 2-1 lead. Lesley took their 2-1 lead into the halftime break.

In the second half, the score remained 2-1 Lesley until the 72nd minute of the game. With under 20 minutes to play, Twomey delivered a ball into the box to Calvert and he buried it for his second goal of the game and eighth goal of the season to tie the game at 2-2. 29 seconds later off the kickoff, the Bucs put another ball into the box and it bounced around before finding the right foot of Twomey and he put it in the net to give the Bucs a 3-2 lead. Then, in the 81st minute, Soughou put a ball to the peg of Calvert. He dribbled around the keeper who had come out to take the ball off his foot and Calvert put the icing on the cake for the Bucs giving them a 4-2 lead. Maritime protected the lead for the next 10 chippy minutes of soccer and the final whistle sounded with the Buccaneers winning in comeback fashion, 4-2.

What’s Next

Maritime will be back home at Clean Harbors Stadium Friday night to take on Framingham State in conference play at 7pm.

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