The Central Connecticut men's soccer team fell to 3-7 overall
and 0-3 in Northeast Conference play with a 4-0 loss on the road at
Robert Morris on Friday. A pair of goalkeepers combined for four
saves for the Blue Devils in the loss. Central returns to action
on Sunday at St. Francis (PA).
The Colonials, now 5-4-1 overall and 1-0-1 in league action, saw four different players score a goal in the victory. They led 3-0 at the half and scored their final goal in the second half to earn the win.
RMU outshot the Blue Devils 13-10 and held an 8-5 edge in shots on goal. Toba Bolaji made five saves in net for the Colonials to earn the shutout.
Prince Samuels led the RMU offense with a goal and two assists in the match.
Anthony Occhialini made three saves in goal for the Blue Devils. James Perkins added a save in just under 17 minutes of action in the game.
Central returns to action again on Sunday at St. Francis (PA).
December 10, 2010 Cavener Earns Third Straight NSCAA All-Region Honor
December 1, 2010 Cavener Selected to Play in N.E.I.S.L. Senior Bowl
November 5, 2010 Men's Soccer Ends Season with Overtime Road Loss at Quinnipiac
November 2, 2010 Robert Cavener Named ESPN/Academic All-District on Tuesday
October 31, 2010 Men's Soccer Plays St. Francis (NY) to a 2-2 Draw
October 29, 2010 Men's Soccer Scores 1-0 Victory on the Road at Long Island on Friday
October 24, 2010 Men's Soccer Drops 1-0 Decision on Senior Day on Sunday Afternoon
October 21, 2010 Men's Soccer Falls to FDU 1-0
October 17, 2010 Men's Soccer Plays Bryant to a Draw
October 8, 2010 Men's Soccer Drops 4-0 Decision on the Road at Robert Morris
October 3, 2010 Men's Soccer Drops 1-0 Home Decision vs. #10 Monmouth on Sunday
October 1, 2010 Men's Soccer Falls to Mount St. Mary's
September 22, 2010 Men's Soccer Drops 5-3 Decision in Home Opener to Siena
September 17, 2010 Men's Soccer Drops 4-2 Decision on the Road at Stony Brook on Friday
September 15, 2010 Men's Soccer Shuts Out Yale on the Road in 3-0 Victory on Wednesday Night
September 11, 2010 Men's Soccer Drops 1-0 Decision on the Road at Hartford