Men's Soccer Goes 1-1 on East Coast Swing
For the first time this season the LMU men's soccer team was held scoreless and a goal by Cornell's Atticus DeProspo left the Lions with a 1-0 setback in the final game of their East Coast swing Sunday evening.
Sept. 15, 2013
ITHACA, N.Y. - For the first time this season the LMU men's soccer team was held scoreless and a goal by Cornell's Atticus DeProspo left the Lions with a 1-0 setback in the final game of their East Coast swing Sunday evening.
LMU will return home 3-1-0 and look to get quickly back on track with home games Friday and Sunday against Sacramento State and UC Davis, respectively.
The lone goal of the match game just 7:36 into play as DeProspo was able to get off a shot from just six yards out that LMU goalkeeper Paul Blanchette was unable to corral.
Both defenses starred as LMU managed just six shots and COrnell just eight. Both goalkeepers finished with three saves apiece.
Sunday's game, along with Friday's contest at Colgate were both part of the Third Annual CU Inaria Classic. LMU's John McFarlin, Dylan Seedman and Ryan Felix were named to the all-tournament team. McFarlin and Seedman each recorded a goal and an assist in Friday's 2-1 thrilling come-from-behind win over Colgate.
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