Gents streak snapped against Southwestern
Friday, November 2, 2012

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Riding a four-match winning streak, Centenary was the hottest team in the conference heading into the league tournament, but Southwestern snapped the Gents longest winning streak of the year, 1-0, Friday night.

Centenary wraps up the year 6-13 and loses four seniors, all starters. Southwestern jumps to 13-7-1 and survives to play Colorado College Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

Evan Perkins scored the game’s only goal midway through the 34th minute off a Matthew Nickell assist. The Gents offense, which had seen significant improvement within the last two weeks, was stymied to only four shots, two on goal. Southwestern held a 23-4 shot advantage and accounted for five of the game’s six corner kicks.

Perkins led all players with seven shots, five on goal, while Zach Faulker fired five shots, three on goal. Kellen Klaus led Centenary’s offense with two shots, both of which were on goal. Gabriel Zahm and Brandon Heim took a shot apiece.

Senior goalie Robbie Ramirez wrapped up his Centenary career with 10 saves. Daniel Poole grabbed two saves for the Pirates.