Men’s Soccer plays down one against UC Clermont due to injuries

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PITTSBURGH --- Carlow University men's soccer played down one man against USCAA opponent University of Cincinnati Clermont Thursday at Highmark Stadium. The Celtics were down a man due to multiple injuries sidelining players on the team.

Carlow (0-8, 0-3 USCAA) lost, 6-0, to the Cougars (5-6), despite a few nice shots on goal.

The Celtics had a season-high 20 shots (eight on goal), and held the Cougars scoreless for over 42 minutes.

Carlow was knocking on the door in the first half, with freshman Sudesh Tiwari (Pittsburgh, Pa.) missing one shot high and one shot just wide at 23' and 33'.

UC Clermont took a 4-0 lead into halftime.

Clermont's TJ Manning scored the final two goals for the Cougars in the 79th and 89th minutes.

Freshman Ian Wohlfarth (Glenshaw, Pa.) had a nice shot on goal at 83', but Clermont keeper Cassidy Kelly came up with the stop to maintain his clean sheet for the night. Wohlfarth had three shots on goal, and Tiwari and Janvier Ramson (SO/Pittsburgh, Pa.) each added two.

Senior goalkeeper Colt Zappa (Pittsburgh, Pa.) had a season-high 12 saves in the complete game effort.

Carlow returns to action at Highmark Stadium for a 12 p.m. River States Conference game Saturday, Oct. 12 against Ohio Christian University. Links to live coverage can be found at

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