Soccer Team Win Over Albany

On Saturday October 29th, the Catamounts faced off against the Great Danes of Albany at 1 pm on a sunny but cold day. The game took place at UVM’s own Centennial Field. Hooligans outfitted in their finest Halloween attire filled the seats to watch the Catamounts play.

The game got off to a superior start as junior back Corey Bronner scored six minutes into the game off a free kick outside the 18-yard box. This was his second goal of the season.

Minutes later, UVM forward Panos Georgiadis got fouled inside the box and received a penalty-kick. Albany keeper Steward Ceus made an astonishing save by reading Senior Captain, Matt Chew’s shot to the left.

In the 23rd minute of the second half, Albany junior Stephan Hall volleyed a rocket from point blank to tie up the game.

In the 76th minute of the game Corey Bronner volleyed a cross from freshman Jordan Crasilneck who chipped a perfect pass from 35 yards out. This goal would win this one for the Cats.

Both teams played enormous defense with strong authority from senior captains Matt Chew and Jesse Brady-Searby.

Outstanding game play by outside midfielders Patrick Wyld, Justin Geibel, and Devin Bitsack. Also, a strong game in net for Freshmen Tom Critz who had three outstanding saves.

This win guarantees the Catamounts the 25th ranking in the NSCAA.