Baltimore – UMBC men’s soccer got the job done on both ends of the field and caught St Peter’s, 3-0, in front of 1,064 fans at Retriever Soccer Park.
Juniors Alec and Roblosky And the Hans Nesheim and senior Ryan Beecher They were scorers, while he was a great goalkeeper Quantral Jones He got 13 closes of his career.
All three of the retriever’s goals were scored from corner kicks.
The Retrievers picked up a short two-game winning streak without a win and improved to 5-1-1, while St. Peter’s dropped to 1-4-1.
how did that happen
- at 12′, jago lot Corner from the right side Wroblewski headed from 12 yards on the right side of the penalty area. The long redirect crossed the goal line just inside the far left post.
- Jones made three massive stops as St. Peter tried to seal the score in the closing stages of the first half. He denied two close-range attempts in the 41st and 43rd minutes.
- In the 54th minute, Lotte took another corner from the right and Wroblewski got it again with his header, sending it off the left post. Junior midfielder William Forbe Keeping the ball in play, he found Nicesheim and the defender diverted his first goal through traffic and into the left post.
- At 70′, Lotte played a short corner kick for Forby, who regained it. Lotte then sent a ball into the penalty area, where Becher hit it past the jumping Peacock goalkeeper.
- Wroblewski (1g, 1a), Lott (2a), and Forby (2a) all scored multiple points for UMBC.
- Jones is now tied for sixth all-time UMBC list with Robbie Mamula (’93) and Andy Marchica (’06). He took his 24th career win, tying it with Steve King (09) for fifth in his all-time win list.
- UMBC beats St Peter’s, 21-7 and has scored multiple goals for the sixth time in seven games this season.
UMBC plays at St. Joseph Stadium on Tuesday, September 20th before the opening game of America East next Saturday, September 24th versus UAlbany at Retriever Soccer Park.