ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. – The Salisbury University men's soccer team stumbled in a Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) road contest to the St. Mary's Seahawks, 2-1 on Saturday.
Final Score: St. Mary's 2, Salisbury 1
Records: Salisbury (6-4-1, 1-2 CAC) | St. Mary's (8-2-1, 2-1 CAC)
Location: St. Mary's City, Md. | Jamie L. Roberts Stadium
HOW IT HAPPENED
- St. Mary's scored first in the 12th minute. St. Mary's got a corner kick in the box, the initial shot was saved by Ryan Miller but the rebound was put away by Josh McRobie.
- Salisbury fell behind 2-0 in the first half when McRobie notched his second goal of the game in the 24th minute off an assist from Roshawn Panton.
- Salisbury came out the gates hot in the second half as Luke Ahalt's shot from 20 yards out was stopped by a diving save by Patrick Paolini but Dolph Hegewisch buried the rebound for Salisbury's first goal of the game but that's the closest Salisbury would get in the second half.
- At the first half, St. Mary's held the 9-7 shot advantage but when looking to get back in the game, Salisbury took the 9-1 shot edge in the second half.
- Dolph Hegewisch notched five shots on target and netted his fourth goal of the season.
- Ryan Spadin put two shots on frame.
- Ryan Miller made three saves for Salisbury.
- Salisbury heads north on Wednesday to battle the York Spartans in CAC action.
- The game is set to begin at 7 p.m.
- Live stats and video are available.