Men’s soccer looks to bounce back at Hampshire

Men’s soccer looks to bounce back at Hampshire

After their first loss of the season to Dean College on Sunday, a 3-0 decision, the College of St. Joseph men's soccer team looks to get back to their winning ways. They have to opportunity to do so on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at 4:30 p.m. at Hampshire College.

Hampshire is 0-1 on the season, falling to the Central Maine Mustangs by the score of 7-1 on Saturday, Sept. 16. They gave up five goals in the first 45 minutes of play, and scored their only goal, the last of the contest, in the 72nd minute off a penalty kick. Stevie Larbie converted on the PK.

The Fighting Saints are 2-1 on the season after accumulating wins over Southern Maine Community College, by the score of 6-1, and New Hampshire Technical Institute, by the score of 4-1.

Rosyvelt Baessa and Amani Francois have highlighted CSJ's goal scoring.

Baessa notched a hat trick in the squad's first win of the season against the SMCC Seawolves. He followed up that performance with a goal in the team's next contest at NHTI. Francois has three goals this season, scoring a brace in the match versus the Seawolves and recording his second bicycle kick goal of the season at NHTI.

Maxwell Singh has played every minute in goal for the Saints and has made 16 saves, currently boasting a save percentage of .762.