ALBION, Mich. – MSOE men's soccer travelled to their farthest match from campus this afternoon, as they took on Albion in western Michigan. Unfortunately, the multi-hour bus ride back won't be a celebratory one, as the Raiders get shut out for the third straight match.
MSOE – 0
Albion – 1
HOW IT HAPPENED
MSOE (2-3-1) outshot the Albion Britons (4-4-1) in the contest this afternoon, putting up a total of 14 shots. Six of those were on goal but never found their way to the back of the net. Out of the 11 shots that Albion took, only one got passed the Raiders keeper, but that was all they needed. Jason Warras scored for the Britons at the 62' mark which proved to be the game winning goal. Things got a little chippy towards the tail end of the contest with three yellow cards being issued in a five-minute span. The Red & White managed only four shots in the last 20 minutes of play in the one goal loss.
- The Raiders have now gone over 270 minutes without a goal. The last time they found the scoreboard was with less than a minute to go against Maranatha Baptist back on September 9th.
- This is the first time that the Red & White have lost three straight since they found themselves on the wrong side of the scoresheet between October 14-21, 2017.
WHO'S ON DECK
The Raiders will open NACC play this Tuesday, taking on Lakeland at 7:00 pm from Viets Field.