Press Release

Fall 2011 Men's Soccer: PSU Wilkes Barre

September 26, 2011

Smith scored two for the Wildcats in the win

Smith scored two for the Wildcats in the win

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s soccer team had a season high 46 shots on its way to a 10-0 win against Penn State Wilkes Barre Monday. Sophomore Tristan Smith (Bermuda) and freshman Matteo Frazzoni (Bermuda) each scored two goals in the victory with Smith recording the game-winner. Sophomore Mitchell Pequignot (Trout Run) added a goal and three assists.

Penn College (4-3-2, 2-0-1 PSUAC) opened up its tab in the 12th when sophomore Chris Brennan tapped a deflection off the keeper to Smith who made quick work of it. Just four minutes later in the 16th, freshman Ivan Hernandez (West Grove) netted a header off a corner kick from senior Patrick Kehoe (Oley). Freshman Blayne Allen (Trumbull, Conn.) scored his first goal of the season off a pass from Pequignot in the 20th.

Also with his first goal of the season was freshman Braden Conner (Reading) who dodged a defender to score off a pass from Allen in the 23rd. Seconds later Pequignot scored his goal on a cross. Freshman Sterling Weikel (Dewart) closed out the half with a goal off a big pass from the 50 by freshman Jose Gomez (Kennett Square).

Smith opened up the half heading a goal off a cross from Pequignot in the 57th. Senior William DeAngelo (Dallas) slotted a ball through for Kehoe to score in the 59th. Fazzoni then scored back to back goals in the 68th and 85th with Pequignot and Weikel assisting. DeAngelo then ended the scoring with a goal in the 87th from Conner.

Sophomore David Munn (Athens) recorded the victory with a save. He and freshmen Aaron Volz (West Chester) and Noah Roseth (Mifflinburg) combined for five saves in the shutout.

Next up, Penn College will travel to Penn State Scranton for a 4 p.m. match on Wednesday, Sept. 28.

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