Medaille Sweeps SUNY Canton Soccer Teams
BUFFALO – Sarah Riedel found the back of the net for the fourth time this season but the SUNY Canton women’s soccer team fell 2-1 on the road at Medaille College in non-conference action Saturday evening.
Result: Medaille 2, SUNY Canton 1Location: Medaille Sports Complex – Buffalo, NYRecords: Medaille (5-12-0) | SUNY Canton (4-11-1)
HOW IT HAPPENED
The Mavericks opened the wscoring in the 8th minute when Courtney Kline scored off a pass from Kristen Kline. Medaille took a 1-0 lead into intermission.Kristen Kline came up on the scoring end just under six minutes into the second half when she was the recipient of a Marissa Campbell pass.Delanie Baker fed Riedel with 2 minutes, 8 seconds remaining to get Canton within one but the Roos were unable to find the equalizer.Victoria Hanna turned aside nine shots for Canton, while Shae Messemer made three saves for the hosts.Baker posted three shots on goal for the Roos, while Sarah Atanasio and Riedel had one apiece.
WHAT'S NEXT The women’s soccer team closes out its regular season on Tuesday when it visits Plattsburgh State in non-conference action at 6 p.m.
Brett Anderson scored his third goal of the season but the SUNY Canton men’s soccer team fell 4-1 to Medaille College in non-conference action on Saturday.
Result: Medaille 4, SUNY Canton 1Location: Medaille Sports Complex – Buffalo, NYRecords: Medaille (11-4-2) | SUNY Canton (6-9-2)
HOW IT HAPPENED
Mitchell Ali scored a pair of goals 1 minute, 43 seconds apart for Medaille to take a 2-0 lead into intermission. He scored the first on a penalty kick in the 37th minute and added another in the 39th minute in the lower right corner.Michael McGeary made it 3-0 for the Mavericks in the 63rd minute and Jack Napier assisted another Ali score five minutes later as he completed the hat trick.Anderson got the Roos on the board with 6 minutes and 34 seconds remaining on a low shot to the left side.Tyler Petersen made nine saves in the loss for the Roos. Johnny Pitts did not face a shot over the first 73 minutes in the win, while Callum Flinn conceded one goal in relief.
WHAT'S NEXT This closes out the regular season for the men’s soccer team as they await the release of seeds for the upcoming North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Tournament. Other NAC institutions will wrap up their regular seasons on Tuesday (10/29).