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CSE Soccer's Strong Defensive Effort Falls Short in Loss to Cobleskill

CSE Soccer's Strong Defensive Effort Falls Short in Loss to Cobleskill

The Screaming Eagles played a very physical and strong game on the defensive side, but ultimately fell to Cobleskill, 3-0.

The Eagles got off to a nice start controlling the ball for a lot of the first half.  Valerie Lasko led the offense, getting two shots on goal in the first half. The Eagles tried to use an up-tempo pace which helped create goal scoring opportunities. Jessica Nunez also added a shot on goal.

Michelle Boyle got Cobleskill on the board with a goal at the 33:50 mark in the first half. Cobleskill added another goal before the break when a free kick shot landed over the head of goalie Grace Bailey, giving Cobleskill a 2-0 lead.

The Eagles kept fighting in the second half. The defense was much improved today thanks in large part to Christina and Nicole Rios. Bailey shined in net, saving 10 of the 13 shots on goal.  The Eagles could not muster much more on offense getting only one more shot on goal by Lasko. Cobleskill added a late goal in the second half to secure the win over CSE, 3-0.

The Screaming Eagles return to action tomorrow for Senior Day at 1:00 p.m. vs SUNYIT.

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