September 22, 20131st2ndFinal
Newberry000
Lincoln Memorial134
Scoring
LMU24:36Alexandre Leao (Harry Solomons )
LMU49:30Yuri Passos (Mario Pinto )
LMU53:53Mario Pinto (Pedro Villa )
LMU58:49Pedro Villa (George Burne )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
NBYMSNicholas Lucido90:0045
NBYMSTEAM0:0001
LMUZach Jacobsen19:4901
LMUMarcel Barwanietz70:1102
LMUTEAM0:0000
Stats at a GlanceNBYMSLMU
Shots (on Goal)16 (3) 22 (10)
Saves63
Offsides01
Corner Kicks37
Fouls1222
Yellow Cards11
Lucido stops five in Newberry's 4-0 loss to Lincoln Memorial


Lucido stops five in Newberry's 4-0 loss to Lincoln Memorial
Sunday, September 22, 2013

HARROGATE, Tenn. - The Newberry men's soccer team fired a season high 16 shots in the Wolves' 4-0 road conference loss to the Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters.

LMU (3-2-1, 1-0-1 SAC) took the first shot of the match in the 14th minute before Newberry (0-6-0, 0-2-0 SAC) threatened in the 18th and 19th minutes as senior Jay Barajas (Atlanta, Ga.) saw his attempt blocked by the defense and senior Joseph Santos (Charleston, S.C.) saw his try saved by LMU's Marcel Barwanietz.

The Railsplitters turned on the attack in the 25th as Alexandre Leao scored his second goal of the season to put LMU up 1-0. The remainder of the first half provided no more goals, despite multiple looks by Lincoln Memorial.

The second half saw Lincoln Memorial come out of the break firing as the Railsplitters launched five shots in the opening five minutes . It was in the 50th minute that Yuri Passos scored his first goal of the season off a Mario Pinto corner.

Pinto joined in on the action in the 54th to put the Railsplitters up 3-0. The fourth and final goal came in the 59th as LMU finished off three goals in a ten minute span to take a 4-0 lead.

Lincoln Memorial took the 4-0 lead to the dressing room at the end of the match despite efforts on goal from Newberry freshman Edwin Garcia (Columbia, S.C.).

Freshman Graham Jermstad (Irmo, S.C.) led Newberry with five shots. Garcia, Jermstad and Santos each placed one shot on frame, while junior Nicholas Lucido (Lakeland, Fla.) notched five saves between the posts for the Wolves.

Newberry returns home on Wednesday for a 4 p.m. conference match against Brevard.