SAN FRANCISCO - The Loyola Marymount men’s soccer team (4-12-2, 2-5 WCC) played its final game of 2017 on Saturday night in San Francisco, losing a close one to the Dons (9-8, 6-1 WCC), 2-1.
LMU got on the board first early on, just 10:21 into the match, as midfielder Antonio Porreco intercepted a Dons pass at 30 yards and lobbed his shot over USF keeper Ruben Stuiver.
USF midfielder Sean Bowman later scored both of the Dons goals to seal the victory over LMU. Bowman’s first goal came at the 34:28 mark when he sent a header into the back of the net off the feed from teammate Aaron Lombardi. Bowman struck again in the second half at 54:26 when teammate Santiago Digiuseppe fed him the ball off a free kick. Bowman shot from inside the box, getting past LMU goalie Collin Partee.
The Lions outshot the Dons 21-15 and held a 6-4 edge in corner kicks in the loss. Partee finished with three saves while Stuiver secured eight in goal for USF.
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