Oct. 8, 2013
Morgantown, W.Va. - The Stony Brook men's soccer team was unable to get its offense in gear after a long trip to West Virginia, falling to the Mountaineers, 3-1, Tuesday evening at Dick Diesk Soccer Stadium.
The loss drops Stony Brook back down to .500 at 5-5-0. The Mountaineers evened their record up at 5-5-1.
- In the 38th minute, West Virginia's Craig Stephens centered the ball to Majed Osman, who finished with a goal.
- In the 39th minute, Stony Brook mishandled a clear attempt, and the ball ended up in the net for an own goal.
- In the 70th minute, junior Keith McKenna (Great River, N.Y.) attempted a shot on the far side that deflected off a Mountaineers defender and went into the goal.
- In the 78th minute, Stony Brook committed a foul in the box, leading to Andy Bevin converting a penalty kick.
The Numbers Game
- West Virginia outshot Stony Brook, 20-4.
- The #Seawolves had five corners to West Virginia's three.
- The three goals Stony Brook allowed was the most of the season.
- Stony Brook is now 1-2-0 all-time against members of the MAC.
- It was McKenna's first collegiate goal.
News & Notes
- This was the first-ever meeting between these two clubs.
- The #Seawolves' two-match winning streak was snapped.
- This was Stony Brook's first loss of the season when scoring a goal. The team's other four losses all came via shutout.
Stony Brook will return to America East action Saturday night at New Hampshire at 7 p.m.