Saturday, the College of Charleston men’s soccer team were home to face off against conference foe, James Madison University. The Cougars lost the match 3-1.
JMU scored twice in the first half with two goals from Manuel Ferriol, one of which came from a free kick.
Senior Kevin Harris scored the Cougar’s only goal in the second half with an assist from Senior Tucker Heffron.
This was Harris’ first goal of the season.
Brennan Burton solidified the win and scored the third and final goal for JMU within the last five minutes of the match.
JMU was more aggressive during the contest and took six more shots than the College. Four of the shots were on goal.
The College also had four shots on goal but JMU goalie J.T. Bush had three saves in the match.
The game against JMU was also Senior Night for Tucker Heffron, Kevin Harris and Michael Waggoner. The seniors were honored for their time here at the College of Charleston.
In Tucker Heffron’s time at the College, he received All-CAA third team honors during his Junior season.
Heffron led the team in goals last season with six.
This was also the last home game for head coach Ralph Lundy. Lundy has served as the men’s soccer head coach for the last 33 years. In his 33 years as head coach, Lundy has a record of 321-265-51, six conference championships and led the Cougars to 19 winning seasons.
The Cougars have two more games left in the season against conference opponent Elon and Davidson.