Release: April 12, 2011
Contact: David O'Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
men's soccer making strides during spring season
play Rochester Rhinos to scoreless tie, defeat Dominican 2-0
VESTAL, N.Y.-- The BU men's
soccer team has begun its spring season 1-0-1 with a pair of
matches that has the coaching staff pleased thus far. After playing
to a scoreless draw against Rochester on March 17, the Bearcats
downed Dominican 2-0 this past weekend.
Head Coach Paul Marco on the Rochester Game:
"Our back four played well and we got a great save at the
end of the game to keep the tie! Our midfield moved the ball
very well and improved throughout the match. Up front, Luke Halberg
and Matt McCoy were very dangerous and did well
threatening their goal and backs. Jake Keegan secured the ball
well and created a few great chances."
"Playing at Rhinos stadium. It was a great opportunity to
play against one of
the storied professional soccer organizations. I thought we moved
the ball well and defended collectively with good
Coach Marco on the Dominican Game:
"We moved the ball well through midfield. Our young guys
did very well and are growing every week we see improvement.
Its been a very good spring for us so far and we are working
together to make it one of our best. In terms of growth it could
very well be our best, we are on that path!"
"Matt McCoy has had a great couple of weeks and is really
effective in our attack. His fitness is improving and he will
be even better once hes fit. Jason Ruivo has settled into
a back position and is increasing his range of passing as well
as ground covered! Ryan Walter, Austin Hughes and Jake Keegan
are doing well and will need to keep leading by example as we
start to push harder!!!"