DSU downs Cabrini 3-1

By Kendall Neil
September 11, 2003

Rob Cain

Kendall Neil

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The men’s soccer team lost 3-1 to DeSales University on Saturday, Sept. 6. DeSales three goals were scored by junior John Rennie during the non-league game which was played at Cabrini. Senior captain Jim Beck says he doesn’t feel as though the Cavaliers have played like a team just yet.

“We don’t communicate well with each other on the field and we haven’t jelled as a team yet,” Beck said. The Cavaliers out shot the Bulldogs 13-12, however it wasn’t enough to capture the teams’ first victory of the season.

According to Beck, the team lost a lot of seniors from last season and the team is young and somewhat inexperienced, however he doesn’t blame the loss on the fact that it was the first home game of the season. “We knew we could win and beat DeSales and I’m sure we were nervous. But five minutes into that game, that should go away. We need to grow as a team and learn to trust each other when we are out on the field during a game,” Beck said.

Eastern University is in first place overall in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference with a record of 2-0, however none of the games that have been played have been PAC games. The Cavaliers are in 8th place, also having not played any PAC games. “We need to hold on to our lead. We have scored first in every game and have lost,” Beck said. The men’s first Pennsylvania Athletic Conference game will be played on Thursday, Sept. 11 at 4 p.m. against Wesley at Cabrini.

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