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Men's Soccer Earns Draw With Stonehill

The Blue Devils honored their senior class prior to Sunday's game with Stonehill on CCSU Soccer Field.  (Photo: Steve McLaughlin)
The Blue Devils honored their senior class prior to Sunday's game with Stonehill on CCSU Soccer Field. (Photo: Steve McLaughlin)

The Central Connecticut men's soccer team finished with a 0-0 tie in Northeast Conference action against Stonehill on Sunday at CCSU Soccer Field in New Britain, CT.  The Blue Devils honored their class of seniors prior to the contest. 

GAME INFORMATION
Score: 
CCSU 0, Stonehill 0
Records: 
CCSU (3-9-1, 1-4-1 NEC), Stonehill (1-10-1, 1-4-1 NEC)
Location: 
CCSU Soccer Field | New Britain, CT
 
KEY MOMENTS
  • Wilmore stopped Jacob Woznicki in the 12th minute on a point-blank shot from the left post
  • Giulio Potenti had a blast from the top of the 18 tipped over the crossbar by Carlos Dias Neto 15 minutes into the match
  • Wilmore came up big twice more in the first-half, stopping an Aidan O'Sullivan shot in the 21st minute and Woznicki again in the 31st to keep the game level
  • Kyle Halehale had a header off a Sean Gannon corner kick in the 49th minute was saved on the post by Dias Neto
  • Joey Tata took a strike from the top of the box with 11:47 to play that was corralled by Dias Neto as well
  • Wilmore made his final save, stopping Shane Fonseca with 3:12 to play
  • The Blue Devils earned a pair of corner kicks in the final 2:15, but could not convert

NUMBER TO KNOW

7 - The Blue Devils had a balanced attack with seven players recording at least one shot in the game. CCSU had a 10-8 edge in shots in the game.

NOTES

  • The teams were meeting for the first time as NEC opponents.
  • Central recognized seniors Sean Gannon, Mitchell Lyons, Daniel Wilmore and Nicholas Wlodarczyk as well as Team Impact teammate Amare Taylor prior to the game.
  • Wilmore made four saves in the game for his second shutout of the season. He also had a scoreless 45 minutes of action at Brown.
  • CCSU had a 6-5 margin in corner kicks.
  • Lyons, Caden Gallagher and Giulio Potenti each had two shots for Central.
 
UP NEXT
The Blue Devils travel to St. Francis Brooklyn for the final NEC road game of the regular season, October 30.

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