One-goal games seem to be kryptonite for the College’s men’s soccer team, as they ended the week with a loss against Rutgers University-Newark by a score of 3-2. The loss marks the squad’s fifth one-goal loss of the season, and fifth overall. The team was able to pick up a point in the NJAC by tying Rutgers University-Camden earlier in the week.
The men’s soccer team had a busy week, picking up three points in the standings over three games. The games were an opportunity for the Lions to pick up ground in the win column as they came into the week with a 3-3 record. The team finished the week with a modest 1-1-1 record.
After coming into the week with a three-game winning streak, the men’s soccer team lost two games, making their record 3-3 on the season. Both losses were by the score 3-2, against Stevens Institute of Technology and Ramapo College.
The College’s soccer team took part in the Stockton Seashore Soccer Classic hosted by Richard Stockton College over the weekend, playing with great success. They won both of their games, improving to 3-1 on the season.
On Saturday, the Lions took a heart-breaking loss to host Keene State College in double overtime. However, the Lions rebounded the following day to defeat Fitchburg State College in a decisive 4-1 victory.