BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Saint Joseph's College men's soccer team kept its shutout streak alive with a 1-0 victory at Bowdoin on Sunday afternoon.
The Polar Bears are 1-2-0 on the season after a pair of setbacks over the weekend. The Monks have not surrendered a goal this season and climb to 5-0-0.
- The most promising look for either team in the first half came in the final minute as Jacob Rockwood set up a dangerous cross in front of Bowdoin's net.
- In the second half, Cody Elliott carried into the box but Chris Kingston smothered the attempt at close range.
- Six minutes into the frame, Drake Byrd curled a free kick just over the crossbar from outside the box.
- The Monks converted on a free kick in the 65th minute, set up by Elliot. The junior found Brett Mattos on the far left post for a quick volley into net.
- With eight minutes remaining in the game, Bowdoin sustained pressure in the offensive zone but was unable to convert.
- Alex Chaban nearly buried a shot, turning towards net in the box, and booted a shot just wide of the left post.
By the Numbers
- Saint Joseph's held a slight 13-11 edge in shots.
- Bowdoin held a 4-3 corner kick advantage with all four in the second half.
- Kingston ended the day with seven saves.
- Blake Mullen made three stops for the Monks.
- The Monks play at Rivier on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
- The Polar Bears play their fourth consecutive home game on Tuesday against Husson at 4:00 p.m.