The Central Connecticut State University men's soccer team gave up three second half goals and fell to Siena by a score of 4-0 on the road on Saturday afternoon. Senior goalkeeper Paul Armstrong made six saves in the defeat as the Blue Devils fall to 3-2 on the season.
Both teams created equal scoring chances in the first half, as Siena held a 10-8 shot advantage, but CCSU recorded four corner kicks to the Saints' three. Armstrong recorded five of his six saves in the opening frame. Siena's Sebastien Anzevui got Siena on the board first when he scored in the 27th minute.
Although there was less offense on both sides of the field in the second period, Siena controlled it with a 7-4 shot advantage. The Saints tallied two corners, while hold the Blue Devils without one for the entire second half. Siena scored their final three goals in an eight minute stretch and defeated CCSU 4-0. Joe Tavernese scored two goals sandwiched around a score by Daniel Alderstad.
CCSU is now 3-2 in 2009 and will next travel to Fordham on Saturday September 26 for a 4:00 p.m. kickoff.