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The goals were scored in the first half courtesy of Steven Bailey’s curler and Aaron Durr’s header. This game also marked the second straight clean shutout for Anthony Occhialini and his third overall.
The CCSU men’s soccer (3-9-2, 0-5-2 NEC) celebrated senior day with a loss to Sacred Heart on Sunday 1-0, extending their goalless streak to seven games and an accumulated 670 minutes.
A defensive blunder from CCSU followed by a strike from Farleigh Dickinson University midfielder Dominic Reinold on the 39th minute was enough to see CCSU keep its winless streak in.
The CCSU men’s soccer team faced a nationally ranked opponent on Sunday, and was shut out 1-0 in their second Northeast Conference game of the year. The 10th ranked Monmouth Hawks came to Arute Field as the highest ranked team to step on campus in any sport, and they proved difficult to deal with.
After losing their opening home game to Siena this past Wednesday 5-3, CCSU (3-4, 0-0 NEC) defeated Fordham University (3-4) in overtime after an early scare of 2-1.
With 11 new recruits, men’s soccer coach Shaun Green looks to fill out his team’s depth for the 2010 fall season.
After being only one week into practice, men’s soccer head coach Shaun Green is very optimistic about the upcoming season. “I’m very excited about the upcoming season,” said Green. “We’ve got both players and coaches who are willing to give 110 percent so it will make for an interesting season.”
Two spectacular first half goals lifted the CCSU men’s soccer team to a 2-1 win over Western Massachusetts Pioneers, in their last spring match of the season.
A flurry of early goals sent CCSU men’s soccer team to their third win of the spring season, defeating American International College 3-0.
The CCSU men’s soccer team looked strong in two games this week, first defeating Monroe College 1-0 Wednesday night, then overpowering Dowling College 2-1 on Saturday at Arute Field.