Wildcats Held Shotless in 10-0 loss to West Virginia Tech
|1st - 14:19||Joe Jackson (WVU Tech)|
|1st - 17:06||Rodrigo Manzanares (WVU Tech)|
|1st - 17:48||Joe Jackson (WVU Tech)|
|2nd - 51:05||Juan Suarez (WVU Tech)|
|2nd - 55:02||Sam Laughton (WVU Tech)|
|2nd - 57:55||Craig Mitchell (WVU Tech)|
|2nd - 59:06||Sam Laughton (WVU Tech)|
|2nd - 63:26||Hayden Brooks (WVU Tech)|
|2nd - 67:51||Hayden Brooks (WVU Tech)|
|2nd - 68:31||Bradley Pike (WVU Tech)|
|Penn College||WVU Tech|
Sv: David Munn - 10
3 Players (#9, #14, #24 - 2)
A: Dennis Furst - 3
Sh: 2 Players (#9, #16 - 4)
|TEAM STATISTICS||Penn College||WVU Tech|
|Shots (on goal)||0 (0)||28 (21)|
ASHEVILLE, N.C. – For the first time this year, the Pennsylvania College of Technology men's soccer team did not get off a shot as it lost 10-0 to West Virginia Tech at the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Soccer Championships. Junior David Munn (Athens) recorded 10 saves off of 28 shots by the opponents. The loss is only the third of the year for the Wildcats as they drop to 15-3-1. They are out of championship contention and will play a consolation match on Friday, Nov. 2 at 1 p.m.
Tech scored three goals in the first half starting in the 15th. After two more goals in the 18th, Penn College settled down and held strong going into the half. Freshman Tarik LaRoche (Milton) got two yellow cards in the second half, putting the team down a player and allowing Tech to score seven goals between the 52nd and 69th.
The Wildcats will take on the loser of the #3 Concordia College (Ala.)/#6 SUNY ESF match in the consolation game.