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Men’s soccer falls to #8 Trinity, 8-0
Men’s soccer falls to #8 Trinity, 8-0
Saturday, October 17, 2015
#8 Trinity University (12-2, 8-2 SCAC)
at
Centenary (2-12, 1-9 SCAC)
10/16/2015 | Shreveport, La. | Attendance: 121
1st2ndFinal
Trinity University268
Centenary000
Scoring
TUM18:58Tom Carwile (Ryan Hunter )
TUM26:01Ryan Hunter (Christian Sakshaug )
TUM46:03Todd Edwards (Murray Fraser )
TUM53:52Laurence Wyke (Todd Edwards )
TUM57:15Austin Michaelis (Murray Fraser )
TUM64:16Murray Fraser (Brad Carabajal )
TUM79:38Murray Fraser
TUM88:58Brent Mandelkorn (Daniel Ruano )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
TUMTodd Whittaker32:4501
TUMChad Margotta57:1502
TUMTEAM0:0000
CENTMSKaleb Behm32:4537
CENTMSRylan Whan57:1556
CENTMSTEAM0:0001
Stats at a GlanceTUMCENTMS
Shots (on Goal)29 (22)3 (3)
Saves314
Offsides20
Corner Kicks31
Fouls912
Yellow Cards12

SHREVEPORT, La. - The Gents soccer team put an early attack on the nationally-ranked Tigers, but Centenary (2-12, 1-9 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) could not muster any offense in an 8-0 loss to #8 Trinity (12-2, 8-2 SCAC) Friday night, October 16, at Mayo Field.

With the game's opening minutes played between the boxes, it was Centenary who put the first scoring threat together. In the ninth minute, sophomore Ivann Amaya took a ball that squirted to the offensive end, dribbled to the right side, and crossed to the middle to find junior Jeremy Klespis. However, his shot was grabbed by Trinity goalkeeper Chad Margotta (12-2).

Klespis finished the game with a pair of shots on goal, with senior John Vasquez recording the other shot for the Gents.

After another 10 minutes with nearly no scoring threats, it was the visitors who made the most of their shot on goal. After a corner kick was cleared out near midfield, Ryan Hunter from the right side 40 yards out curled a ball in the box. Tom Carwile headed the ball in for his fifth goal of the season in the 19th minute.

Hunter scored just eight minutes later on a shot that just crossed the line before a Gent cleared the ball for the second and final goal for the Tigers in the first half. Trinity scored six goals in the second half for the final 8-0 win.

The Maroon and White were outshot 29-3, including 22-3 in shots on goal. Junior Rylan Whan (2-10) took the loss in goal, allowing grabbing six saves on 11 shots faced. Sophomore Kaleb Behm played the final 32 minutes in goal with seven saves.

In goal for Trinity, Margotta saved both shots faced.

Centenary returns to action Sunday, October 18, for senior day against Schreiner.