Men’s soccer dominated against Valley Forge Christian College on Wednesday, Sept. 18, winning the game with a score of 9-0.
After a seven game losing streak, the team finally pulled it together and found the back of the net. Cabrini took control early in the game with senior Brett Lockbaum scoring the first goal, assisted by freshman A.J Bishop, in just the sixth minute.
Less than 30 seconds passed between Cabrini’s first goal and their second scored by Bishop, making this his first collegiate goal, with an assist from junior George Lambritsios. Also making their first collegiate goal was freshman Bobby Kane, freshman Drew Vernon, freshman Tyler Bond and senior Joe Halberr and junior Rey Jimenez scored his first goal for the 2013 season along with junior Shaun Ostrowski and senior C.J Doherty. This game acted as the first combined shut out with four saves for goaltenders junior R.J. Pino and freshman C.J. Serratore.
“The win gave us our first win of the season, which is big,” junior Ostrowski said. “It helps us build our confidence going forward. Scoring so many goals proves that we have what it takes to win, hopefully there are more to come.”
The Cavaliers now take this newly found confidence and moves on to play Delaware Valley College on, Sept. 28, at 4 p.m.