|October 13, 2010||1st||2nd||Final|
|CATM||2:23||Kyle Griewisch (Corey Faughnan )|
|CATM||22:49||Deon Cuffie-Joseph (Corey Faughnan )|
|CATM||30:19||Jorge Sucar (Carson Smith , Corey Faughnan)|
|NEWM||32:36||Nathan Arroyo (Joao Delgado )|
|Stats at a Glance||NEWM||CATM|
|Shots (on Goal)||16 (7)||16 (4)|
SALISBURY, N.C. - The Newberry College men's soccer team road woes continued as the Wolves dropped their fourth straight, 3-1, to Catawba.
Newberry now sits at 1-9-2 overall and 0-4-1 in the South Atlantic Conference with just four games remaining on the schedule.
Sophomore Colt Priest (Marietta, Ga.) scored the lone goal for the Wolves, his first of the year, in the 33rd minute off of a Jack Gantzer (Fort Mill, S.C.) free kick that scratched the surface of the Indian lead and put Newberry within two.
Catawba (7-5-1, 1-4 SAC) got to work early, however, scoring in the second minute of the contest on a Kyle Griewisch (Banner Elk, N.C.) shot that found the back of the net. Corey Faughnan (Jacksonville, N.C.) was credited with the assists.
Indian Deon Cuffie-Joseph (Arima, Trinidad & Tobago) then made it 2-0 as he sent in an unassisted goal in the 23rd minute. Jorge Sucar (The Woodlands, Texas) scored the third and final Catawba goal in the 30th minute with the help of teammate Carson Smith (Mooresville, N.C.).
Newberry goalie Patrick Sweatt (Indian Land, S.C.) received his fifth start of the season, saving just one of the four Indian shots on goal. Indian keeper Luke McCarthy saved six of the seven Newberry shots on target.
Offensively the Wolves took a total of 16 shots, 7 on goal, with sophomore Adrian Ochoa (East Point, Ga.) leading the way with four, one on goal, and freshman Stephen Harvey (Apopka, Fla.) taking three, all of which were on goal. Jay Barajas (Marietta, Ga.) and Gantzer each had two shots as well.
Catawba took four attempts at goal, two by Grieswisch and one each by Cuffie-Joseph and Sucar.
The Wolves will be back in action this Saturday, Oct. 16, as they take on Lenoir-Rhyne in Hickory, N.C. Game time is set for 5 p.m.