Gents offense held in check by Concordia
Junior goalie Rylan Whan grabbed 13 saves for the Gents.
Gents offense held in check by Concordia
Saturday, September 5, 2015
Centenary (1-1)
at
Concordia Texas (2-0)
9/4/2015 | Austin, Texas | Attendance: 150
1st2ndFinal
Centenary101
Concordia Texas213
Scoring
CTX19:45Diego Outerial (Fabian Billings )
CENTMS37:30Ivann Amaya
CTX39:00Matthew Butler (Isaiah Coombs )
CTX89:08Carl Linn (Alejandro Labastida )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
CENTMSRylan Whan90:00313
CTXNick Martin90:0011
Stats at a GlanceCENTMSCTX
Shots (on Goal)2 (2)22 (16)
Saves131
Offsides44
Corner Kicks03
Fouls65
Yellow Cards32
Red Cards10

AUSTIN, Texas – The Gents were able to muster only two shots, but sophomore Ivann Amaya recorded his second goal of the season as Centenary College (1-1) lost to Concordia (2-0) 3-1 in men’s soccer action Friday afternoon, September 4.

Down 1-0 in the 38th minute, the Gents were fouled in the box and awarded a penalty kick. Amaya found the back of the net to tie the game. Amaya scored to first goal for the Maroon and White in both games this season, and assisted the game-winner in Tuesday  against East Texas Baptist.

Just a little more than a minute later, Concordia’s Matthew Butler scored the game winner when he went right post off a pass into the box from Isaiah Comb. The Tornados sealed the win in the game’s final moments, when Carl Linn hit the ball off his heel right in front of the goal off a pass from Alejandro Labastida.

Concordia outshot Centenary 22-16, including 16-2 in shots on goal. Junior Rylan Whan (1-1) grabbed 13-of-16 shots faced for the Gents, while his counterpart, Nick Martin (2-0) managed one save.

Centenary men’s soccer returns to action Tuesday, September 8, under the lights at Mayo Field against LeTourneau. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m.