The Army West Point Men's Soccer team flashed its offensive firepower in a 6-1 Patriot League home win over Holy Cross on Sunday night at Malek Stadium at Clinton Field. The Black Knights (3-6-3, 1-3-2 Patriot League) grabbed their first league win and picked up a much needed three points in the standings. Five different Cadets tallied a score against the Crusaders (2-11-0, 1-5-0 Patriot League), led by a pair of goals from Oscar Pereira.
Keenan O'Shea also had a productive offensive outing, scoring on a penalty kick and dishing out an assist. Carter Kowalewski, Justin McStay and Matt Flynn accounted for the remaining three Army scores. The Black Knights led the Crusaders in shots, 11-6, and corners, 8-3. Jacob Suppiah notched his first collegiate win after making three stops in between the pipes. Read more.