Photo by Robert Cifone
PITTSBURGH --- Carlow University men's soccer kept a relatively
close game through 58 minutes against Indiana University East, but
ended up with a 6-1 loss Thursday.
The Celtics (0-5) opened River States Conference action at the
University of Pittsburgh Ambrose Urbanic Field.
IU East scored its first goal in the
18th minute. The next two goals came back-to-back
shortly after in the 24th and 25th
minutes to give the Red Wolves (6-3) a 3-0 lead.
The Celtics never let up, and the persistence paid off in the
39th minute on a goal by Janvier
Ramson (SO/Pittsburgh, Pa.) from freshman
Sudesh Tiwari (Pittsburgh, Pa.).
Down only two goals at halftime, it was evident in the second
half that the shallow bench was taking its toll on the Celtics. An
already physical game slowed the Carlow offensive.
IU East scored a goal in the 58th minute, and
another came off a penalty kick in the
The final goal of the game came from a corner kick in the
The Red Wolves out-shot the Celtics, 20-5, and held a 7-2 corner
Senior Colt Zappa (Pittsburgh, Pa.) assumed
goalkeeper duties in place of an injured Adam
Myers (SR/Port Vue, Pa.), stopping six shots and
coming up with some good saves toward the end of the match.
Carlow travels to Asbury (Ky.) University for an RSC game at 7
p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3. Links to live coverage can be found at https://bit.ly/MSOC_19.
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