Nov. 1, 2013
WEST POINT, N.Y. -
The Army men's soccer team wraps up its two-game road trip on Saturday, Nov. 2, when it travels to play defending Patriot League champion Lafayette in a Patriot League match scheduled for 2 p.m.
The Black Knights enter the game ranked sixth in the current National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Mid-Atlantic Region poll. Army stands second in the Patriot League with 15 points, three points behind Navy and three points ahead of Holy Cross.
The Last Meeting
October 27, 2012
Army And Lafayette Play To Scoreless Draw
Sophomore goalkeeper Winston Boldt matched his career high with eight saves as the Army men's soccer team played to a 0-0 draw versus Patriot League rival Lafayette Saturday afternoon at Oaks Stadium.
The match will be video streamed for free on the Patriot League Network. Live stats will also be available through GameTracker on Army's official website (www.goARMYsports.com) and in-game Twitter updates will be offered via the men's soccer team's official handle (@Army_MSoccer).
Army (12-2-1, 6-1-0 PL) is coming off its first conference defeat after falling to Holy Cross, 2-1, on Wednesday. Junior back Sean Mogan scored in the game, while freshman back Trase Stapley added an assist. Junior goalkeeper Winston Boldt stopped five shots in the match.
Mogan (three goals, three assists) and freshman forward, and reigning Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week, Nick Williams (four goals, one assist) lead the Black Knights with nine points, while freshman forward Ethan Spivack (four goals) has eight points. Among other offensive contributors are freshmen Alex Jaroscak (two goals, three assists), Tanner Vosvick (two goals, two assists) and Christian Ollen (two goals, one assist). Boldt has a team-record 11 shutouts this year while ranking in the top-five nationally in both goals against average (.510) and save percentage (.896).
Lafayette (4-4-7, 2-4-1) is led up front by senior forwards Peter Adubato (four goals, one assist) and Jeff McLaughlin (two goals), and senior goalie Nathan McDonald has seven shutouts and four wins while starting in all 15 games.
Army and Lafayette will meet for the 42nd time, with the Black Knights holding a 16-14-11 advantage in the all-time series. The league rivals played to a 0-0 draw in last season's match-up.
Following its match with Lafayette, Army will have five days off before battling service-academy rival Navy in the 2013 Army-Navy Cup at PPL Park in Chester, Pa., on Friday, Nov. 8.