Gents travel to Texas Lutheran and Schreiner
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Gents Soccer (0-13 (0-8 SCAC))
at
Texas Lutheran (7-4 (4-4 SCAC))
10/11/2013 | Seguin, Texas | Attendance: 150
1st2ndFinal
Gents Soccer000
Texas Lutheran235
Scoring
TLU23:57Alejandro Martinez (Isaac Lopez )
TLU44:57Rigo Cardenas (Saul Herrera )
TLU55:14Isaac Lopez
TLU88:12Nathan Drouillard (Colin Nunley )
TLU89:37Colin Nunley (Alex Cortes )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
CCMSAustin Andrews45:0033
CCMSRylan Whan45:0025
TLUJonathan Michael90:0002
Stats at a GlanceCCMSTLU
Shots (on Goal)5 (2)27 (13)
Saves82
Offsides04
Corner Kicks09
Fouls46
Yellow Cards30

SHREVEPORT, La. – The Centenary men’s soccer team returns to the pitch this weekend as the Gents (0-12) travel to Texas Lutheran (Friday, Oct. 11) and Schreiner (Sunday, Oct. 13) for Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference action. Start time at TLU is slated for 3 p.m. with a 2 p.m. start at SU on Sunday.

This weekend marks the second half swing in conference play as the Maroon and White is in search of its first win. Centenary fell 1-0 to the Bulldogs and 3-1 to the Mountaineers last weekend.

Kellan Klaus moved to tops on the team in goals on Sunday in a 3-1 setback to SU. The junior punched in a score in the 51st minute marking his second goal of the season. The Lake Charles, La., native is tied with Cole Davidson for second on the team in shots with 11. Chris Berrios holds the top spot with 14 attempts and is tied for second on the team with Jeremy Klepsis and Daryn Beaugh with a goal each.

Rylan Whan has moved into the starter role in net for the Gents in the last, few outings. Whan, with six matches under his belt, ranks third in the conference with an 80.4-save percentage and is seventh in saves with 41 – four shy of the most on the team. The freshman has allowed 10 goals this season which is third fewest in the league. Austin Andrews paces the squad in saves with 45 this season.

Schreiner’s Justin Edwards and Texas Lutheran’s Lalo Ramirez are tied for sixth in the conference in goals. Both lead their respected teams in scores with four this season. SU’s Blake Lawson leads the conference in saves with 56 and ranks seventh in save percentage at 71.8. TLU’s Jonathan Michael is second in save percentage with a 82.5 and is fifth in saves at 47 this season.

Following the weekend slate, Centenary returns to Mayo Field on Friday, Oct. 18 against Trinity. The match is one of season-long, four-match homestand. Kick against the Tigers is scheduled for 8 p.m.