After playing to a scoreless draw against Lehigh on Saturday night, the Army West Point Men's Soccer team picked up its first point in Patriot League play this season. The Black Knights (2-5-2, 0-3-1 Patriot League) were outshot by the Mountain Hawks (7-2-1, 3-0-1 Patriot League), 15-10, but neither side could manufacture a goal through 110 minutes of action. Army and Lehigh combined to place just four shots on goal with two coming from each team. Keenan O'Shea and Oscar Pereira led the Black Knights with three shots apiece. Army notched double-digit shots for the seventh time this season. The Black Knights blanked the Mountain Hawks for the first time since October 26, 2013. Jacob Suppiah made his first collegiate start in between the pipes. The yearling goalkeeper finished with a pair of saves. He posted his first career clean sheet. Cooper Warren got the starting nod for the first time in his collegiate career. Read more.