WRITTEN BY KELLIE DELGADO
The St. Francis College Terriers men’s soccer team was defeated (0-1) by the Robert Morris University Colonials Sunday.
rp primary bezecourt164The Terriers started the match against Robert Morris University Colonials with 7 points, 2 wins, and 1 draw in the NEC Conference.
The loss puts them at 9-2-3 for th season.
There were chances for the Terriers in the first half as they held a 7-2 shot average.
St. Francis attempted 7 shots, 3 of which were on goal.
The Colonials attempted 3 shots with a diving save by goalkeeper Jack Binks.
The teams were 0-0 at halftime.
During the start of the second half, Robert Morris pressured the Terriers. Both teams struggled to keep possession in the second half.
Senior midfielder Vincent Bezecourt attempted many shots throughout the second half.
Around the 59th minute Bezecourt was bumped from behind, taking him off the field to check for an injury.
Colonials player Neco Brett was the one to watch.
Binks has remained scoreless for 450 minutes and the Terriers have the fewest goals allowed and the fewest goals against average thus far.
Colonials player Neco Brett scored with two minutes remaining to defeat the Terriers.
St. Francis currently stays at 7 points in the NEC league.
Still in search of three extra NEC points, the Terriers look to win against Sacred Heart University on Sunday, October 25 at 1 pm at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5.