Despite Early Goal Bobcats Fall Short on the Road

Despite Early Goal Bobcats Fall Short on the Road

WAUWATOSA, WI (October 10, 2018) - A great start to Wednesday's region contest for the Bryant & Stratton College's mens soccer program still could not pull them over the hump as they fell 5-2 in regulation at Kishwaukee College. With two games remaining in the season, the Bobcats currently stand at 2-10-1. 

The Bobcats came out of the gates early after freshman Ansteven Lor assisted Mohamed Abdallah to put the Bobcats up 1-0. 

Hitting a dry spell, the Bobcats struggled offensively and defensively the remaining of the contest letting up five goals and going scorless until Lor netted the final goal of the game (assisted by Erku Adem). 

"We scored the first and last goal of the game," Bobcats head coach Lukas Wilhelmi said. "Thats not a coincidence; we played a complete game."

The Bobcats totaled seven shots, five shots on goal and two assists as a team. 

Goalkeeper, Trevor Russell, tallied five saves. 

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The Bobcats will host the South Suburban Bulldogs on Saturday. Kick-off will take place at 12:30pm. 

"The goal for the final two games of the year are to play a complete game," Wilhelmi said. "The boys deserve to end the year on a high note."

Spectators can view the game live on the OFFICIAL YOUTUBE CHANNEL

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