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GAME RECAP • 9/15/2018

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University of Northwestern Ohio
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Game Recap

Fort Kent, Maine—On a road trip through New York and Ohio for our Men’s Soccer team, and after a delayed start due to heavy rain, UMFK was down to Mercer County College, ranked 4th in the NJCAA, at the half, 1-3. In the 70th minute, UMFK went down a player when Miguel Barnaby got a red card. Playing with 10 men, UMFK was able to equalize and tie the game 3-3 at the end of regulation time but ended up losing in overtime, 3-4. Travar McColloh and Shawn Genus (2) scored for the Bengals.

In a back and forth affair in the second game against Suffolk Selden College, neither team scored until the second half when Shawn Genus put the Bengals on the board in the 58th minute. Suffolk responded with a goal of their own two minutes later. Travar McCulloh put the Bengals ahead in the 72nd minute but once again, Suffolk responded to tie the game only a few minutes later. After two overtimes, the score remained the same and the game ended in a tie.

In the final game of the road trip against the University of Northwestern Ohio, the 25th ranked team in the NAIA, the Bengals got down early 0-1 on a beautiful header by UNOH. However, just before halftime, Rodney Witter found Dwayne Powell on a cross to tie the match at 1. UNOH scored a goal early in the second half to put them ahead as the Bengals could never respond, and eventually lost 2-1. UMFK Men’s Soccer team records now stands at 4 wins, 3 losses and 2 ties.