Press Release

Fall 2013 Men's Soccer: Berkeley College (NJ)

October 3, 2013

The Wildcats struggled to shoot on goal totalling only 6 of its 15 shots

The Wildcats struggled to shoot on goal totalling only 6 of its 15 shots

NEWARK, N.J. – Senior Christopher Brennan (New Hope) notched a goal in the Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s soccer team’s 3-1 loss to Berkeley College (N.J.) Thursday. Down 1-0, Brennan scored the equalizer in the second half before Berkeley scored two more goals to clinch the victory. Freshman Malcolm Kane (Glenside) made three saves in the loss that now drops the Wildcats to 9-4 overall.

In the first half, Penn College outshot the Knights 10-5 but Jacob Tafur gave his team the early lead with a goal in the third. Out of the break, Brennan wasted no time tying it up with an unassisted blast past the keeper.

The game winner came in the 54th from Berkeley’s Emmanuel Awoginba who took a cross. Ricardo Franco gave the team its final goal in the 83rd hitting a rocket past Kane.

As a team, the Wildcats struggled with shots on goal with only six of its 15 making it in between the posts.

Next up, Penn College travels to Penn State New Kensington on Sunday, Oct. 6 for a 1 p.m. match.

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