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September 13, 20191st2ndFinal
South Fla.123
Lipscomb011
Scoring
USF35:06Rosales, Jonathan (Flanagan, Avionne )
USF54:34Ycaza, Emilio (Rudderham, Steven )
USF54:59Ycaza, Emilio (Jackson, Trey )
LIP72:47BYRNE, Killian
GoalkeepersMinGASv
USFDevenish-Meares, Har90:0013
LIPSIBLEY, Michael90:0033
Stats at a GlanceUSFLIP
Shots (on Goal)11 (6) 12 (4)
Saves33
Offsides31
Corner Kicks63
Fouls1516
Red Cards21
Men's soccer falls in hard-fought match with South Florida
Friday, September 13, 2019
By Logan Butts
Men's soccer falls in hard-fought match with South Florida

NASHVILLE - The Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell in a hard-fought battle against South Florida on Saturday night 3-1 at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.

After a tight, scoreless first 35 minutes, the Bulls (3-1) notched their first goal after Jonathan Rosales slotted in a pass from Avionne Flanagan. 

The two squads battled for the remaining 10 minutes of the first half, with USF taking a 1-0 lead into halftime.

The Bulls struck quick in the second half, scoring back-to-back goals in the 55th and 56th minute. Both goals came from Emilio Ycaza, pushing the USF lead out to 3-0. 

Killian Byrne gave the Bisons (1-3-1) a jolt of energy off the bench in the second half. The freshman scored a screamer for the first goal of his career, cutting the Bisons deficit to 3-1.

The Purple and Gold were unable to secure another goal, cutting short their comeback attempt. 

 

QUICK KICKS:

  • Lipscomb is now 0-2 all time vs USF.  
  • Freshman goalkeeper Michael Sibley, seniors Daiel Muhlbauer and Austin Eager, junior Ben Locke, and sophomores Noah and Scott Gulden went the full 90 minutes for Lipscomb. 
  • Locke led Lipscomb with four shots, while junior Jake Zec and sophomore Louis Robinson each added two.  
  • Three yellow cards were handed out, with one going to the Bisons for freshman Honore Kalala.  
  • USF earned six corners to Lipscomb’s three. 
  • Lipscomb was whistled for 16 fouls and the Bulls were called for 15. 


NEXT: The Bisons will be back in action on Sept. 17 for their conference opener. They will be taking on Jacksonville at 7 p.m. at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.