Shots (on goal)
With key players currently injured and others coming off the injury list, the Owls were still able to put forth a valiant effort against top rivals Montgomery College on Wednesday, October 7. A slim roster, rainy conditions and the fact that this was the Owls 5th game in twelve days could've played a role in the Owls defeat. Although the game ended with Montgomery holding a final score of 7-0, both teams' had similar statistics with the Owls holding the advantage in corner kicks.
Currently the Owls men have lost their first two conference games. However, winning three out of the last five conference games will earn them a spot in this year's conference playoffs.
The Owls will use the next few days to prepare for their upcoming road games against Westmoreland County Community College on Saturday, October 11 and Hartford Community College on October 13.
By Machel Millwood