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Laurel, MD – The Bryant & Stratton College men’s soccer team cruised to a 5-0 victory at Washington Adventist University on Sunday. The Bobcats have for the second straight year ended their regular season undefeated with a record of 10-0-1. In the process, they have only allowed 2 goals while scoring an amazing 59 goals thus far!
The Bobcats outshot “the Shock” (Washington Adventist University) who are ranked #8 in the nation, 26-10. Sean Latimer (England) scored 3 goals and LaShaun Young (Canada) converted a penalty shot to secure the victory.
The Bryant & Stratton College men’s soccer team is ranked #2 in the nation in the latest United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) national poll.
“The University of Maryland’s (Big 10) soccer coach was impressed with the Bobcats,” Coach Nick Dimitrievski said. “It is a tremendous honor to have their coach look at some of our players as “the Terrapins” (University of Maryland) are one of the premier NCAA Division I college soccer program in the nation.”
The USCAA will announce the men’s play-off soccer seeding’s today. Please check the USCAA championship site for details.