Men's Soccer Unable To Overcome First-Half Goal In Loss To Army West Point

Oct. 24, 2015

Final Stats

BALTIMORE - The Loyola University Maryland men's soccer team gave up a late first-half goal and was unable to find its equalizer as the Greyhounds fell to Army West Point, 1-0, at Ridley Athletic Complex Saturday night.

Loyola had the first look at goal in the 29th minute when sophomore Brad Warenicz was taken down just outside the top of the box. Junior Laurin Vogel bent the free kick around the wall, but Chris Britt was there to make the save.

Army West Point then took advantage of a cross from the right side in the 41st minute when Alex Jaroscak headed Cody Guerry's cross into the lower left corner of the goal.

Loyola had a counter in the 44th minute when junior David Warburton played a ball into the box to Griffin Kutzner, who back-heeled a pass to classmate Xander Saling, but Saling's shot went wide of the goal.

The Greyhounds also had an opportunity for an equalizer in the 74th minute when Sare sent a free kick into the box. Junior David Warburton got a head on the ball, but his shot attempt ended up in the hands of Britt.

Throughout the game, Army West Point held an 8-5 advantage in shots and a 4-2 edge in corner kicks.

Loyola will return to action on Wednesday when it travels to Bucknell. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m.