MEN'S SOCCER VS. PITT-GREENSBURG

Men’s Soccer Celebrates Senior Day

Men’s Soccer Celebrates Senior Day

The Muskingum men's soccer team played aggressively against Wilmington at North Athletic Turf Field, but couldn't quite come away with the win as MU was defeated, 4-2, on Senior Day.

The Basics

  • Records: Muskingum (2-14-1 overall, 0-8 OAC), Wilmington (8-8-2 overall, 2-5-1OAC)
  • Location: New Concord, Ohio – North Athletic Turf Field

How It Happened

  • Prior to the game, Muskingum recognized seniors Kyle Baker and Corbin Salyer.
  • The Quakers wasted no time in the first half as they notched back-to-back goals at the two and three-minute marker.
  • Muskingum cut the deficit in half at the 27-minute marker as Corbin Salyer launched a crisp corner kick that set up Michael Weissbrodt for a perfect header into the back of the net.
  • The score would remain 2-1, at the half, with the Quakers on top.
  • 33 seconds into the second half, Alex Baker sent a great pass to Ko Terasawa in front of the net to log in the game-tying goal at 2-2.
  • Wilmington was quick to respond as they netted a goal at the 47-minute marker to retake the lead.
  • Wilmington struck again at the 78-minute marker to increase the lead, 4-2.
  • Muskingum had great opportunities to notch goals in the second half, but came up short, falling 4-2 against Wilmington.
  • Muskingum finished the game with 14 shots, with eight being shots on goal.
  • Goalkeeper Daniel Jennings played all 90 minutes in the frame and grabbed six saves.
  • Chris Bourque gathered six saves and saw 90 minutes of action between the pipes for Wilmington.

Up Next

  • Muskingum plays its final game of the regular season at NCAA Division III #22 John Carroll on Saturday, October 28. Kick-off will start at 7:00 p.m.