Men’s Soccer: Beat Out by Presbyterian


By: Lilly Demastus |

Highlanders men’s soccer lost to Presbyterian in South Carolina Wednesday, Oct. 9. There was only one goal scored in the game, in the 66th minute, and Radford could not match it.

Radford took 12 shots while Presbyterian only took seven. This lead shows the Highlanders’ intensity, but it did not turn out in their favor. 

Radford also had possession of the ball throughout most of the game. They had a few chances to make a shot, but to the disappointment of the team, no goals went in. 

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Photo Credit: (Radford Athletics) Freshman Defender Octavio Ocampo who took two shots on the goal against Presbyterian, neither scoring.

Freshman, Octavio Ocampo had two shots and one shot on the goal. Redshirt senior, Victor Valls also added two shots on goal. Junior Pape Oumar Gueye had a shot on the goal as well. Freshman Joseba Incera had one save, but unfortunately let a goal slip through. 

Radford also had nine fouls, one corner and two offsides. The Highlanders had four shots in the last 24 minutes. 

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Photo Credit: (Jacob Dos – Radford Athletics) 

Featured Image: (Freshman Defender Baptiste Fousse and Junior Forward Dondre’ Robinson.)