Men’s Soccer Advance to the Division Playoffs

Men’s Soccer Advance to the Division Playoffs

Men's Soccer Advance to the Division Playoffs

Men's soccer wrapped up their final regular season game on Saturday, beating Allegany College of Maryland by a score of 4-0. This was a much needed win for the Owls, as it guaranteed the team a third place seeding in the Division playoffs, while extending their winning streak to 4 games. More so, this win ensured the Owls will host their 1st round game to be played on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 2:30 PM.

Mecardo Knight led the way for the Owls against Allegany with 2 goals and 1 assist. This makes him the top scorer for the Owls in the regular season with 10 goals and 4 assist overall. Joseph Adeoye was credited with the first goal of the game and Romario Chapman scored one of the goals of the season directly from a corner kick.

Goalkeeper Richard Lewis III earned the win, while snatching his third consecutive shutout. This will prove to be a confidence booster for the team defensively, as they have only allowed one goal in the last 4 division games.

The schedule for the Division playoffs is as follows:

Division III Men's Soccer

#1 Montgomery College (15-2-1)

#2 Anne Arundel Community College (11-5-1)

#3 Prince George's Community College (10-8)

#4 Howard Community College (11-5)

#5 Potomac State College (10-7)

#6 Allegany College of MD (8-9)

#7 Northern Virginia Community College (3-11)

#8 Oxford College of Emory University (8-8-1)

First round game on Thursday, October 30, 2014 – All games at 2:30 PM

#1 Montgomery College vs. #8 Oxford College of Emory at Howard Community College

#2 Anne Arundel CC vs. #7 Northern Virginia at Anne Arundel CC

#3 Prince George's CC vs. #6 Allegany College of MD at Prince George's CC

#4 Howard CC vs. #5 Potomac State College at Howard CC

Semi-finals games on Friday, October 31, 2014 at Anne Arundel Community College

Winner of #1/8 vs. Winner of #4/5 – 5:00 PM

Winner of #2/7 vs. Winner of #3/6 – 7:30 PM

Men's Finals on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Anne Arundel Community College – 2:30 PM