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    Men’s Soccer Blown Out by UMBC 4-0

    Men’s soccer lost 4-0 Saturday to UMBC on the road. In Stony Brook’s (SB) first game of their America East Conference schedule, SB fell to 6-4-1 and 0-1 in the conference.

    The Seawolves managed eight shot attempts on the game, with only two on goal. UMBC attempted 12 shots, 10 that were on target.

    UMBC was able to beat starting goaltender Dawid Ditrich once in the first half and three more times in the second half. SB had only one shot in each half.

    Michael Palacio led SB with three shot attempts. Mahamadou Simpara was stopped by UMBC goaltender Steve King on a good scoring chance at the 38:23 mark.

    UMBC was able to put the game away midway through the second half when they scored twice in four minutes. Andrew McGillis scored his fourth goal of the season to make it 2-0, then assisted a third goal scored by Shondell Busby. It was Busby’s first goal of the season. The fourth goal was scored by B.J. Quigley in the 89th minute.

    In other America East action on Saturday, Albany defeated Vermont 1-0 in Burlington, and New Hampshire and Maine tied 1-1 in Orono, Maine.

    SB hosts two America East rivals this week. Hartford will be at LaValle Stadium on Wednesday, Oct. 10 and Vermont will come to town on Saturday, Oct. 13.

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