Sep 25, 2008
Arnold who scored on a rebound in the 13th minute gave the Gaels life to end the Ravens regular season undefeated streak which has now moved to 32 games.
Matthew D’Angleo (Ottawa, Ont.) scored the first of his two goals to tie the game in the 29th minute for the Ravens. D’Angleo added his second goal in the 47th minute. Carleton then played positional soccer for the remainder of the game keeping Queen’s offensive pressure at bay.
The Gaels are tied for fourth place with Trent in the OUA East Division.
Source: Gaels Athletics
TRENT 1, RMC 0
PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – Trent’s home game against Royal Military College started off with the locals having a strong offensive showing getting strong shots on net with two close calls, with one attempt taking a wild rebound off the post on an empty net. Trent had a solid showing in the first half, but the score going into the second was left at 0-0.
As the second half started, RMC struggled to defend against a strong Trent push, which put Dustin Truscio (Peterborough, Ont.) into position to score the only goal of the game. After pulling into the lead, Trent continued to push hard against RMC while still maintaining a strong defensive stance.
Source: Excalibur Athletics
WESTERN 1, WINDSOR 1
WINDSOR, Ont. – Wednesday afternoon, the Windsor Lancers men's soccer team played the Western Mustangs to a 1-1 draw at Alumni Field. The result stretched the Lancers unbeaten streak to three games and the team has now recorded points in six of seven games played this season.
In the opening half, neither team was able to generate much in the way of offence as the ball was hotly contested in the midfield. The Lancers would get the first opportunity of the half when a corner from Peter D'Amore (Windsor, Ont.) found the head of lanky midfielder Duop Wur (Mississauga, Ont.). However, his opportunity just went wide of the post, keeping the game scoreless.
Western answered right back with an opportunity of their own in the 25th minute and unlike the Lancers, were able to capitalize. A great cross found Will Gott (Collingwood, Ont.) in the box and his header beat Dan Mendonca (London, Ont.) to give the Mustangs the lead.
The Mustangs looked to have a glorious opportunity to extend their lead early in the second half. Dan Baxa (Nobleton, Ont.) broke in all alone on Lancer keeper Chris Shaw (Ottawa, Ont.), who had replaced Mendonca to begin the half, but fired wide, allowing Windsor to stay in the game.
The Lancers slowly began to apply more pressure on the Mustangs defence and in the 70th minute Mike Chiandussi (Amherstburg, Ont.) fired a shot that looked destined for the back of the net but was denied by Mustangs keeper Kosta Viglatzis (Toronto, Ont.).
Windsor would finally break through and tie the game in the 74th minute when they were awarded a penalty shot. Darrin Dielmans (Windsor, Ont.) had his initial shot stopped but jumped on the rebound and would not be denied this time as he fired it home.
Source: Lancers Athletics