PSU Men’s Soccer upended by Middlebury

PSU Men’s Soccer upended by Middlebury

Visiting Panthers gets past host Panthers on Senior Night

            NEW HAMPTON, N.H. – Sophomore Adam Glaser and senior Noah Goss-Woliner combined on a pair of goals Wednesday evening as Middlebury College defeated Plymouth State University, 2-0, in non-conference men's soccer action at The New Hampton School field.

            Sophomore keeper Greg Sydor needed to make just one save to post the clean sheet for Middlebury, which wrapped up its regular season with a 9-3-3 record. PSU dropped to 5-10-1 with one game to go.

            Glaser potted his eighth of the season 15 minutes into the game, converting a cross from the right side by Goss-Woliner, and Glaser returned the favor with 10 minutes to go in the second half, setting up Goss-Woliner for his third of the year in similar fashion.

            Middlebury owned a 9-0 shot advantage in the first half, and a 12-4 margin for the game. PSU keepers Felix Lindeberg (Stockholm, Sweden) and Danny Marsh (Farmington, Conn.) each allowed a goal, with Lindeberg making five saves and Marsh two stops.

            Plymouth State recognized its four seniors prior to the game (below, from left) – Christian Bua (Gilford, N.H.), Felderson Thelusma (Somersworth, N.H.), Ryan Curtin (Waterford, N.Y.) and Aaron Smith (Loudon, N.H.) 

            Plymouth State wraps up the regular season Saturday with a key Little East Conference match at Eastern Connecticut State University (1:00 p.m.), with post-season possibilities on the line. Middlebury hosts Wesleyan University Saturday in a NESCAC quarterfinal at 12 noon.

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