Sat., Oct 29, 2011 [box score]
El Cajon, Calif. --The San Diego Christian College men’s soccer team used a
tough defensive effort and some key goals to take down The Master’s College
Saturday afternoon 2-1.
SDCC moves to 4-11-1 and 2-7 in the GSAC while TMC falls to
10-4-3 and 3-4-2 in the GSAC.
The game’s first goal was scored by the Mustangs in the 25th
minute, when Marcelo Silva was able to tap the ball over an oncoming goalkeeper
Cameron Riley and into the empty net to take a 1-0 lead.
The Hawks responded in the 32nd minute when
Leandro Vianna passed the ball down the middle of the field to a streaking
Justin Picou. As the goalkeeper came out to receive the ball, Picou beat the
keeper to the ball and headed it past him. Picou then passed the ball in front
of the empty net to Emmanual Onywera who tapped the ball into the net to tie the game at one.
Just over a minute later, the Hawks were beneficiaries of a
handball in the box. Vianna promptly placed the ball into the back of net to on the penalty kick
take a 2-1 lead.
The game became a game of ball control. The Master’s were
able to fire off seven shots in the second half. Adam Rekoski and Cameron Riley
were able to combine for four saves and keep the Mustangs off the scoreboard.
SDCC finishes their season on Tuesday in a home contest
versus Bethesda University at 2:30.