Men’s Soccer Kicks Siena In Posterior

Matt Chavez had a goal and an assist to lead Vermont to a 2-0 win over Siena in men’s college soccer at Centennial Field on Tuesday afternoon. The win was the first of the 2003 campaign for the Catamounts (1-5-3) in their final non-conference game. Vermont also extended their home field unbeaten streak to 13 games (9-0-4) dating back to the latter part of the 2001 season. The streak is one of the ten longest current home field runs in the nation. After scoring just four times in their first eight games, the Catamounts scored twice in the second half to close out the Saints. In the 58th minute, Chavez opened the scoring with his second goal of the season. Freshman Danny Broughan started the play at midfield with a downfield pass to Ethan Hutchins. Hutchins quickly fed the ball through the defense to Chavez, who pulled Siena keeper Patrick Henry out of the area and deposited the ball into the vacant net.-Athletic Communications