Men's Soccer Handed 1-0 Loss at Framingham State on Saturday

Men's Soccer Handed 1-0 Loss at Framingham State on Saturday

THE BASICS:

- Score: Framingham State University 1, MIT 0

- Records: MIT (3-1-0); Framingham State University (3-1)

- Location: Framingham, Mass. (Maple Street Field)

- The Lead: The MIT men's soccer team was handed its first loss of the 2018 season by Framingham State University on Saturday afternoon on the road. The Rams put home a goal in the 76th minute to sink the Engineers, 1-0.

SCORING SUMMARY:

- 76th minute (75:16) – Framingham State freshman Ibrahim Kyeyune chipped the ball over the MIT defense and junior Isaac De Souza buried it into the right corner of the net.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS:

- MIT outshot Framingham State 28-12, while both teams were even with two corner kicks and four saves.

- Corey Davidge improved to 3-1 for the Rams, while MIT keeper Jeremy Cowham (Quincy, Mass.) fell to 3-1 with four saves over 90-minutes.

- MIT senior Joshua Wilson (West Chester, Pa.) led the Engineers with nine shots this afternoon.

UP NEXT:

- MIT continues its three game road trip next Wednesday when the Engineers head to Roger Williams University for a 7:00 p.m. non-conference match.

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