Cougars Men’s Soccer Falls Short to Hofstra

The College of Charleston Men’s Soccer team hit the road this past Saturday for a conference matchup against Hofstra University. The Cougars, fresh off a win against Winthrop University, looked to ride that momentum towards another victory. Unfortunately, Charleston lost the match against Hofstra 0-2.

Hofstra scored their two goals late into the first half. The first goal was scored by Luke Brown in the 31st minute and the second was scored by Storm Strongin in the 39th minute.

The College put up a fight against Hofstra, taking eight shots. Three of the eight shots were on goal.

Senior goalkeeper Treston Kederer led the way with a total of two saves for the match. The Cougars also had six corner kicks and drew 10 fouls in the match.

The College also picked up three yellow cards throughout the match.

Hofstra took eight shots, four of them being on goal, three saves, seven corner kicks and one yellow card.

The Cougars’ record for the season is currently 5-9-2, with a conference record of 1-5-1.

The College of Charleston sits in the last place of the Colonial Athletic Association conference standings.

Their next and final game of the regular season is another conference match, where the Cougars will be on the road to face William and Mary. William and Mary are coming off of a 1-2 loss to University of North Carolina Wilmington in double overtime.

William and Mary are currently in 5th place in the CAA conference standings.

This season hasn’t been the best for the Charleston men’s soccer team, but they look to right the ship and end the season on a high note.

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Bryce Warner, from Goose Creek, South Carolina. Is a Sophomore majoring in Communication. Bryce can spin a basketball on his finger, makes skillet waffles and didn’t miss a day of school from Kindergarten to 12th Grade.

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