Standish, Maine – UMaine Farmington men's soccer team was edged by Saint Joseph's College of Maine on Wednesday night by a score of 4-0 in Standish on the new turf field for the Monks.
The Beavers fall to 2-3-0 overall early in the year while the Monks move to 5-0-0 overall.
IN THE BOX
- Enzo Gascogne had two shots with one on goal while Yusef Yama and Andrew Longhurst each tallied one shot.
- Trevor Lopes notched eight shots for the Monks while Ryan Buonaiuto tallied five shots.
- As a team, the Beavers had four shots, the Monks had 37 shots, 21 in the first half and 16 in the second half.
- Despite allowing four goals, UMaine-Farmington senior netminder Matt Wilson was outstanding in the setback and made 11 saves, including several on breakaway or odd-man rushes.
HOW IT HAPPENED
Saint Joseph's got on the board first after several scoring chances early on at the 18-minute mark with a penalty kick from Brett Mattos. About 15 minutes later, Matt Wilson made another great save when Jackson Taylor rocketed a shot from about 15 yards out.
Jesse Ramirez scored the Monks second goal at the 36:02 minute-mark off a pass from Noah Elmore.
The Beavers stepped up their defense in the second half but the Monks were still able to find the back of the net when Brett Mattos scored his second goal followed by Trevor Lopes scoring within a three-minute span.
UP NEXT FOR THE BEAVERS
The Beavers will start conference play this weekend when the Hornets come the Leib Field on Saturday.