Our latest update on the happenings in AUS men's soccer...
StFX at Dalhousie
The Tigers defeated the X-Men 2-0. DAL’s Bezick Evraire scored two seconds into the game, giving them a 1-0 lead, which they'd expand at 67:07 when Nathan Rogers scored the second. The game saw 25 fouls and six yellow cards.
Memorial at UNB
The Varsity Reds took a 2-0 victory over the Seahawks on Friday. Marcus Lees scored at 13:10, followed by a second and final goal scored by Diego Padhilha at 69:30.
Memorial at Moncton
Memorial took a second loss in the second game of their three-game weekend. It was a promising start for the Seahawks, with Stefan Slaney scoring first at 36:13, but they were unable to hold the lead and Moncton’s Kouame Ouattara scored at 82:38 and his teammate Amadou Fall scored in stoppage time, taking a 2-1 victory.
Saint Mary’s at Cape Breton
The SMU Huskies and CBU Capers tied 1-1 on Saturday. CBU’s Ian Greedy scored off a penalty shot in the 34th minute, Rodrigo Faria De Carvalho scored off a free-kick a minute later.
Dalhousie at Acadia
The Acadia Axemen took a 2-0 victory over the DAL Tigers. Erik Merchant scored 56 minutes into the game, and 11 minutes later teammate Matthew Berrigan scored, giving the Tigers their second victory.
Mount Allison at StFX
The Mounties took a 4-1 loss to the X-Men. Natneal Tecle scored nine minutes in for StFX and another goal wasn’t scored until the second half, 45:54, by Jordan Roberts. MtA’s Federico Mara scored at 63:44, but it would be their only goal.
James Fitzpatrick scored at 63:52, and Mitchell George scored StFX’s fourth and final goal in the 83rd minute.
Memorial at Mount Allison
The Seahawks and Mounties tied 2-2. Mount Allison’s Connor McCumber scored at 1:20, followed by Memorial’s Jordi Slaney scoring at 44:55 off a penalty kick. In the second half Stefan Slaney scored at 71:57 with a direct freekick, and ten minutes later Kevin Seely scored for Mount Allison with a looping shot over the goalie.
Saint Mary’s at StFX
StFX took a 1-0 victory over the SMU Huskies. Natneal Tecle scored the only goal of the game at 64:30.
UNB at Acadia
The Varsity Reds and Axemen tied 1-1 on Sunday. UNB’s Oliver Jones scored their only goal 17 minutes into the game. The Reds kept the lead until minute 74 when Cochrane Noseworthy-Smith scored, tying the game.