Men's Soccer

Dartmouth Scores Twice Late In 2-1 Win Over UMass

Josh Schwartz scored his first career goal in the loss at Dartmouth.

Josh Schwartz scored his first career goal in the loss at Dartmouth.

Sept. 24, 2011

Box Score

HANOVER, N.H. - Josh Schwartz scored his first career goal for the Minutemen, but it was not enough as Dartmouth defeated the UMass men's soccer team 2-1 thanks to a pair of late goals. UMass will return to action next Saturday when the Minutemen host Bradley at Rudd Field.

With the loss, UMass falls to 1-8-0 overall, while Dartmouth improves to 2-3-2 on the season.

After a deadlocked first half, Schwartz put UMass up 1-0 just five minutes into the second half. The freshman midfielder placed a shot on frame that deflected past Big Green keeper Noah Cohen (2 saves).

Dartmouth responded with the equalizer at the 66:01 mark when Lucky Mkosana tallied his fourth goal of the season. The Big Green took the lead in the 75th minute when Kevin Dzierawski scored the game-winner.

UMass was able to earn a corner kick in the 82nd minute, but could not convert the chance to force overtime.

The Big Green held a 12-to-5 shot advantage for the game and a 9-to-8 edge in corner kicks.

Shane Curran-Hays made six saves in goal taking the loss.




    Event Calendar

    Saturday, Apr 2
    vs Franklin Pierce TBA
    Saturday, Apr 9
    vs Sacred Heart TBA
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