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Men’s Soccer Closes Out Non-Conference Schedule With Scoreless Draw

Men’s Soccer Closes Out Non-Conference Schedule With Scoreless Draw

THE BASICS

Score: Emerson 0, Framingham State 0

Records: Emerson Lions (2-9-2, 0-2 NEWMAC) ; Framingham State Rams  (7-6-1, 4-0 MASCAC)

Location: Boston, Mass. (Rotch Field)

Date: October 14, 2019

The Lead: The Emerson Men's Soccer Team took on the Framingham State Rams on Monday night.  The Lions and Rams played to a scoreless draw, with the Lions keeping a clean sheet behind 9 saves from David Kemp (London, England).

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

Emerson

Team: 13 Shots
Gavin Faucette: 4 Shots

RJ Dzeijma: 3 Shots

Goalie: David Kemp: 9 Saves on 9 Shots on Target

Framingham State

Team: 17 Shots

Isaac De Souza: 5 Shots

Gustavo Cassemiro: 3 Shots

Jefferson Malachie: 3 Shots

 

HOW IT HAPPENED

45': The Teams played to a scoreless draw in the first half, with both teams being unable to take chances and find the opening score. Nahuel Algibay (Montevideo, Uruguay) of Framingham State had the best chance of the half, when he rounded the keeper but his shot hit the side of the net for the Rams. 

90' The teams played to a scoreless draw in the second half as well, with this time the Lions having the best chance of the half.  Rj Dzeijma (Flanders, N.J.) took a shot from just outside the 18-yard box that just skirted past the outside post, and kept the score tied at 0. 

99': Aiden Ferguson (Berkeley, Calif.) darted forward and found himself running onto a free ball right outside of the 18-yard box.  Ferguson fired a right-footed shot that beat the goalkeeper but hit off the crossbar and kept the score tied. 

110': Neither team was able to find the back of the net in the second overtime period, bringing the game to an end with a final score of 0-0.

UP NEXT=

  • The Lions get back in action on Saturday when they travel to take on the Springfield Pride in a NEWMAC tilt starting at 1:00pm.