Men’s soccer comes up short at Albright

By Erin Nollen
October 23, 2008

The Cabrini men’s soccer team played it’s last non-conference game Saturday, Oct. 18, coming up short against Albright College 1-0.

The Cavalier’s had a total of 14 shots in the contest but Albright finished a shot in the 80 minute to win the game.

“We didn’t capitalize early in the game and it came back to haunt us,” Brian Moran, junior history political science major, said.

Senior Mike McDevitt lead the Cavalier’s offense with six shots, three testing Albright’s goalkeeper Wendell Hannaford, while Moran and Justin McCall each had two.

Sophomore goalkeeper Bryan Johnson had six saves including four in the second half.

It wasn’t until the 80 minute mark that Samuel Thompson headed in a corner kick by Chas DeSanto to clinch the win.

“We didn’t get to watch ‘Forgetting Sara Marshall’ on the bus so no one was able to get pumped up,” Jake Neary, freshman education major, said trying to make light of the situation.

“Everything wasn’t ‘all bright’ at the Albright game,” spectator Sean Ahern, junior information systems major, said.

“We didn’t play Cabrini style,” King Saah, sophomore graphic design major, said.

The Cabrini men’s team is currently 9-3-2, 4-0-0 and will face off against Marywood University in a Colonial State Athletic Conference game on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 6:30 p.m.

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