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LWC Men's Soccer headed to Northwestern Ohio

By Christopher Webster

The No. 16 Lindsey Wilson men's soccer team (1-1, 0-0 MSC) look to continue their winning ways in Lima, OH, on Saturday, September 11, 2021, when they face hosts No. 23-ranked Northwestern Ohio (1-2, 0-0 WHAC). Kickoff is set for 3pmCT.

In the previous match, the Blue Raiders got back to winning ways defeating No. 11-ranked Indiana Tech 2-1 thanks to a winning goal from freshman Monwabisi Mngqibisa. The forward struck late in the second half after coming on as a substitute to help secure the first win of the season for the Blue Raiders.


The Racers of Northwestern Ohio enter tomorrow's match after picking up their first win of the season Tuesday night, a 2-1 overtime victory against fellow Mid-South Conference opponent Thomas More (KY). Freshman Mortiz Guettel netted the winning goal at the end of the first overtime period as the Racers fought from behind to win the match. Guettel leads the team in goals scored this season with two in three games as well as assists with one in three games played. Senior goalkeeper Rafael Lima has started all three games for the Racers this season making five saves and allowing four goals on the season.

For the Blue Raiders, three players lead the way with a goal scored so far this season in Cyrus Harmon, Alexander Koziolek, and Mngqibisa. Four Blue Raiders have notched an assist this season with Gabriel Burkhalter, Victor Cavalcante, Harmon, and Nathaniel Onyina Opoku all providing scoring opportunities for their teammates. Senior David Coffey has started both games for the Blue Raiders in goal this season making six saves so far.

This will be the fourth time these two programs meet with the first meeting taking place on September 21, 2014. Northwestern Ohio has a 2-1 slender lead in the all-time meeting record.

Live video and live stats will be available for the match.


This story was posted on 2021-09-10 19:57:55
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