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Gents Allow Trio of Goals in Each Half, Falls to #1 Trinity
Gents Allow Trio of Goals in Each Half, Falls to #1 Trinity
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Centenary (LA) (4-11-0, 1-10-0)
at
#1 Trinity (15-0-0, 11-0-0)
10/16/2016 | Trinity University | Attendance: 342
1st2ndFinal
Centenary (LA)000
Trinity336
Scoring
TUM4:05Ryan Hunter (Laurence Wyke )
TUM15:22Ryan Hunter (Austin Michaelis , Callum Squires)
TUM43:32Chris Madden (Donnovan Smith )
TUM48:08Vetle Masvaer Halle (Liam Looney )
TUM72:20Kyle Reynoso (Ali Medjaouri )
TUM87:12Josh Davis (Callum Squires )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
CENTMRylan Whan60:1148
CENTMLamarr Meza29:4925
TUMIsaac Jenkins18:5800
TUMTodd Whittaker26:0200
TUMBlake Lieberman22:2401
TUMChris Morrish22:3600
TUMTEAM0:0000
Stats at a GlanceCENTMTUM
Shots (on Goal)6 (1)36 (19)
Saves131
Offsides27
Corner Kicks29
Fouls1513
Yellow Cards21

SAN ANTONIO – In the final road Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference game of the season, Centenary (4-11, 1-10 SCAC) fell to top-ranked Trinity (15-0, 11-0 SCAC) 6-0 Sunday afternoon, Oct. 16.

Senior goalie Rylan Whan (4-11) grabbed eight saves and allowed four goals in 60 minutes for Centenary. Freshman Lamarr Meza played the final 30 minutes, recording five saves while allowing a pair of goals in his first collegiate appearance. A quartet of goalies played for the Tigers, as Todd Whitaker (15-0) started the game and faced no shots.

The Maroon and White took six shots, with Alejandro Barboza’s attempt in the 80th minute was grabbed by Trinity backup keeper Blake Lieberman. The Tigers took 36 shots, 19 of which were on target.

Ryan Hunter scored the first two goals of the game for the Tigers, followed by Chris Madden to close out the first half. Vetle Masvaer, Kyle Reynoso and Josh Davis scored in the second half for Trinity.

Centenary returns to action Friday night, Oct. 21, when it takes on 20th-ranked Colorado College. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.