Photo by Robert Cifone
TAKOMA PARK, Md. --- Carlow University men's soccer scored its
first two goals of the season Wednesday on the road against NAIA and USCAA
opponent Washington Adventist University. The Shock came out on
top, though, 6-2.
The Celtics (0-3, 0-1 USCAA) struck first within the first five
minutes of action on an unassisted goal by freshman Sudesh
Tiwari (Pittsburgh, Pa.).
Washington Adventist (4-1) scored all six if of its goals in the
first half, out-shooting the Celtics, 12-6. Carlow added its second
goal in the 62nd minute off the boot of freshman
Ian Wohlfarth (Glenshaw, Pa.), with the
assist coming from fellow freshman Elias
Schoedel (Finleyville, Pa.).
Goalkeeper Adam Myers (SR/Port Vue, Pa.)
stopped six of the 12 Shock shots on net in the complete game
Carlow had eight shots on goal, with four of them coming from
The Celtics travel to Penn State Beaver to make up the
previously postponed Sept. 4 game.
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