Men’s soccer season ends

By Jennifer Dalvano
November 8, 2001

James McGuire

he crowds bustled in to watch what would be the last game of the 2001 Cabrini Cavaliers men’s soccer team on Oct. 31. The game took place at 1:00 p.m. on the lower athletic field against Misericordia College. This play off game ended in a loss of 2-1, concluding the men’s soccer season at 8-10-1

Sean Dugan, first-year varsity player, scored the first and only goal for Cabrini of the game.

“After the extraordinary goal, it seemed as if Cabrini would have never lost. The bench and the spectators kept the team going, striving to beat Misericordia,” Kenny Costello, a sophomore forward, said.

Cabrini kept their lead for a little over seven minutes, when Misericordia came back and tied the game with a goal. Soon after Misericordia scored again, capturing the lead with another goal all within two minutes of each other.

Although there were many injuries that affected the outcome of the season such as broken noses, torn ligaments, the team’s spirits remained high throughout it all.

They entered their battle against Misericordia missing key attributes to their team. Including, starting forward and captain, Mike Braun, who currently has a broken shin. Junior, Mike Rennie, a forward, is currently suffering from torn ligaments in his foot, along with many other problems. These injuries affected the team as a whole, both physically and mentally.

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