Gents return to action at Trinity and Southwestern
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Gents Soccer (0-8-1,0-4-0)
Trinity (Tex.) (5-2-1,3-1-0)
9/27/2013 | Paul McGinlay Field | Attendance: 338
Gents Soccer000
Trinity (Tex.)628
TU11:21Roberto Camargo (Darren McAfee )
TU19:38Roberto Camargo (Jonny Lawson )
TU22:33Darren McAfee
TU26:41Jeff Hayes (Raz Forsten )
TU33:01Goncalo Santana (Claudio Calistri )
TU36:29Raz Forsten
TU69:31Emmanuel Raranje (Goncalo Santana )
TU71:19Brian Hines (Francisco Vasquez )
CCMSAustin Andrews90:00815
TUTodd Whittaker20:2900
TUChad Margotta24:3100
TUMatt Cardone45:0000
Stats at a GlanceCCMSTU
Shots (on Goal)3 (0)47 (23)
Corner Kicks16
Yellow Cards10
Red Cards10

SHREVEPORT, La. – The Centenary men’s soccer team travels to Trinity and Southwestern this weekend for a pair of Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference contests. The Gents (0-8) open the road swing at TU on Friday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. and close out the weekend against the Pirates at 3 p.m. on Sunday.

The Maroon and White dropped a pair of contests last weekend in its road, conference openers against Dallas (1-0) and Colorado College (3-0).

Four Gents are tied at the top in goals scorers on the team. Daryn Beaugh, Chris Berrios, Kellan Klaus and Jeremy Klespis each have a goal on the season. Freshman Cole Davidson paces the team in shots with 10 on the year followed by Berrios with nine.

Goalkeeper Austin Andrews ranks fourth in the conference in saves with 30 on the season which leads to a 71.4-save percentage. The freshman has allowed 12 goals on the campaign.

Trinity enters weekend with a 4-2-1 record while Southwestern sits at 5-4 on the year. Both squads posted wins over Schreiner and Texas Lutheran in their last outings snapping one-game skids.

The Tigers boast four of the conference’s leading scorers this season with SU holding three. Yuri Ribeiro paces the quartet of TU scorers with seven goals this season. The Pirates are led by Andres Carreno-Mende, Michael Olivares and Steven Resnik each with three goals on the year. The Black and Gold trio are tied with the Tigers’ threesome of Tom Carwile, Brian Hines and Victor Araujo for goals this season.

Daniel Poole leads the league with just under an 83-save percentage. Poole has warned off 48 saves against 10 goals allowed this season. Matt Cardone ranks tied for fifth in save percentage at 70.6. Cardone leads the league in goals allowed with five against 12 saves.

Centenary returns to action on Friday, Oct. 4 as the Gents host SCAC newcomer Texas Lutheran at 7 p.m. The weekend concludes with Schreiner at 2 p.m. on Sunday.