The Cabrini men’s soccer team extended their winning streak to six games with a 4-0 win over Gwynedd-Mercy University and Keystone College on Saturday and Tuesday.
The Cavaliers came out firing on all cylinders, as freshman A.J. Bishop was first to score for the cavaliers in the 13 minute tallying his sixth goal of the season.
After one half of play Cavaliers had 1-0 lead over Gwynedd-Mercy. The score remained 1-0 Cavs until the 60th minute were Bishop scored once more giving the Cavs a 2-0 lead. The Cavaliers began to pull away as freshman Mo Konneh punched in his first career goal.
Soon after Konneh’s goal, Rey Jimenez went on to ice the scoring and giving Cabrini a 4-0 lead which would end up being the final score of the contest.
“We are a few games into conference play and we are trying to keep this win streak going.” Jimenez said, “We take it day by day and are just trying to better ourselves going forward.”
Cavaliers continued their dominance on Tuesday as they got another win 4-0, on the road, against Keystone College.
Bishop stuck again early in this contest scoring in the 14 minute.
Senior C.J. Doherty scored his fourth goal of the season with an assist coming from sophomore Michael Camacho.
After the first half, Cabrini out shot Keystone College 11-2 and had seven corners compared to one for Keystone.
As the second half started, Cabrini picked up where they left off and freshman Bobby Kane scored another goal for the Cavs off of a lose ball to give them a 3-0 lead.
Finally in the 83 minute senior Ryan Cerrato got his first goal of the season from a shot about 30 yards from the goal, icing the scoring at 4-0.
Cavaliers will be back in action this Saturday, Oct. 12, at Centenary College first touch is set for 12 p.m.