April 8, 2013 – Men’s Soccer
Blaine, WA – Despite a short roster, the men’s soccer team finished its competitive year with an impressive 2-1 loss at NCAA’s Western Washington University on Saturday, April 6th. Playing on a muddy grass field with two subs did not stop Head Coach Jonas Worth from feeling positive with the outcome.
“We play better opposition to get better and I got to play every one of my squad,” said Worth. “We played UBC (CIS National Champions), SFU (NCAA GNAC Champions) and WWU (GNAC) to increase our speed and quality of play in PACWEST.”
After a slip in the mud allowed Western to open the scoring, second-year striker Kevin Berna scored an outstanding solo effort minutes later on a counter attack. Cutting inside from the left flank, he wrong-footed the keeper with a low strike in the opposite direction.
Worth used every member of his squad and added that second-year keeper, Taylor Lehnhart, has grown into a true competitor at the collegiate level.
The Kermodes will now focus on summer fitness before returning to pre-season in August. The PACWEST season will open at home on September 7th, 2013.
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