MONDAY, OCT. 14 // 1:00 PM
BOSTON – Suffolk men's soccer takes a break from conference competition on Columbus Day as Mitchell visits East Boston Memorial Park's James A. Sartori Stadium for a 1 p.m. match Monday, Oct. 14.
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LAST TIME OUT
Sunjoon Tenorio buried a pair of goals including the game winner 1:35 into the first extra session to push Suffolk men's soccer past Regis, 2-1, Saturday afternoon at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park.
Suffolk sits at 4-6-1 on the season and 3-4-0 in GNAC outings to remain on the verge of conference postseason contention.
Every single one of the Rams' triumphs this season have been behind a Sunjoon Tenorio's game-winner with half of the rookie's squad-high eight goals pushing the blue-and-gold over the triumph edge. He also has added two assists to the 18-goal offense for a team-high 18 points. Simon Velez Angel is an offensive threat as well with three markers and one set-up for seven points, good for second on the squad.
Kyle Rosa has been Suffolk's starter in net over the last two games. He has turned aside four shots in each outing for a 1-1-0 record behind a .571 save percentage and a 2.85 GAA. Steven Lopez is also in the rotation in between the posts. The senior brings in a .704 save percentage and a 2.77 GAA.
Mitchell, who had the weekend off to prepare for Suffolk, heads to Beantown with a 1-8-1 overall mark. The Mariners' only victory this year came Sept. 10 in double overtime against Worcester State, 3-2.
Overall, Mitchell has found the back of the net just eight times with Cristian Barrales and Daniel Hotaling each scoring twice to account for half of the goals. Julian Cortez netted one goal and set-up one as well.
Seth Strader has been the main netminder for the Mariners. He holds a .642 save percentage and 3.07 GAA over eight appearances, seven starters. Michael Kennedy Jr., meanwhile, holds a .667 save percentage and a 2.37 GAA in three games played and a pair of nods.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- The Suffolk, Mitchell series began a year ago when the Mariners defeated the Rams, 2-1.
Suffolk takes the remainder of the week to prep for its Saturday, Oct. 19 showdown at St. Joseph (Conn.). Kick off in West Hartford, Connecticut is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.