Men’s Soccer Shuts Out Boston University, 2-0
The Army West Point Men’s Soccer Team is 3-0 in Patriot League play for the first time since 2013, as the Black Knights used yet another multi-goal performance to defeat the Boston University Terriers, 2-0.
Andrew Guerra and Oscar Pereira provided the scoring and Jacob Suppiah took care of the rest, registering four saves help him record his second clean sheet of the season and help Army extend their lead atop the Patriot League standings.
Army came out looking to strike early in the contest and was able to create a few opportunities out of the gate. Justin McStay and Andrew Guerra were able to break free from the defense, but neither was able to find the back of the net.
Another strong game for Jacob Suppiah helped the Black Knights keep the Terriers off the scoreboard in the first 45 minutes. The firstie captain helped direct an Army defense that allowed only eight shots in the contest. “Supe” supplemented the strong defensive effort with four saves in the game.
The biggest save of the night, however, came courtesy of Jack Eaton. The Terriers were able to break down the Army back line early in the second half and create a shot on an open net. Eaton flew in from his post position and cleared the BU shot to keep the score at 0-0. Read more.