Baltimore — The UMBC men’s soccer team got the job done on both ends of the field and held St. Peter’s, 3-0, in front of 1,064 fans at Retriever Soccer Park.
junior Alek Wroblevski and Hans Nesheim and advanced Ryan Becker is the goal scorer, while the senior goalkeeper Cantrell Jones Earned the 13th suspension of his career.
All three Retriever goals were corner kicks.
The Hounds ended a brief two-game winless streak and improved to 5-1-1 while St. Peter’s score dropped to 1-4-1.
how it happened
- at 12′, Jago Lott 12 yards from the right side of the penalty area, Wroblevski headed the goal. The long redirect crossed the goal line inside the leftmost post.
- Jones made three huge stops in St. Louis. Peter tried to equalize in the second half of the first half. He had two close-range shots denied on 41 and 43 minutes.
- In the 54th minute, Lot took another corner kick from the right, and Wroblevski headed the goal again, the ball missed the left post.Junior midfielder William Forby Keeping the ball in the game, found Nesheim and the defender converted his first career goal through traffic and inside the left post.
- In the 70th minute, Lott took a short corner to Forby, who counterattacked the ball. Lott then sent the ball into the box and Becher bounced it past the jumping Peacock goalkeeper.
- Wroblewski (1g, 1a), Lott (2a) and Forby (2a) all recorded multiple points for UMBC.
- Jones is now tied for sixth on UMBC’s all-time lockout list with Robbie Mamula (’93) and Andy Marchica (’06). He won his 24th career win, tied with Steve King (’09) for fifth on the all-time win list.
- UMBC is better than St. Peter, 21-7, scored multiple goals for the sixth time in seven games this season.
UMBC at St. Joseph on Tuesday, September 2nd. Before the start of the US East game next Saturday, September 20. 24 with UAlbany at Retriever Soccer Park.