September 10, 20161st2ndFinal
Newberry000
Longwood033
Scoring
LWU47:43JALLOH, Mo (REA, Connor )
LWU78:31WYATT, Finnlay (CAMPOS, Dan )
LWU80:35HARANDI, Sepehr (CORCORAN, Zach )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
NBYBrad Dixon90:00314
LWUHAY, David6:2201
LWUCANAS, Carlos83:3802
LWUTEAM0:0000
Stats at a GlanceNBYLWU
Shots (on Goal)10 (3) 27 (17)
Saves143
Offsides42
Corner Kicks37
Fouls1011
Yellow Cards13
Division I Longwood surges past Wolves late


Division I Longwood surges past Wolves late
Saturday, September 10, 2016

FARMVILLE, Va. – The Wolves (2-1) were tested early on in the 2016 campaign as they battled to a 3-0 defeat to Division I Longwood University (2-1-1).

“Overall I was really proud of our effort,” said head coach Bryce Cooper. “We made it difficult on ourselves with some careless giveaways that lead to opportunities for them, but we battled for 90 minutes and tried to make it difficult for them.”

After a first half that yielded no goals and a save on a penalty kick from Newberry goalie Brad Dixon early on in the second half, the Lancers broke through with a goal from Mo Jalloh who put it to the far post from the left side of the 18-yard box. He was assisted by Jacob Parrot.

Finnaly Wyatt and Sepehr Harandi added goals for the Lancers in the 78th and 80th minutes.

Dixon finished the match with 13 saves for the Wolves. Longwood notched its second shutout of the season.

Newberry ripped off 11 shots in the game, three of which were on frame. Two of those three shots on goal came off the foot of forward Daniel Reyes, who is still looking for his first goal of the season after hitting the post in extra time vs. North Greeville on Tuesday.

“In the end you can’t give a team like Longwood as many chances as we did. We’ll learn from this and get ready for our conference opener against Catawba next week,” remarked Cooper.

The Wolves first conference game of the season will be Wednesday Sept. 14 at Catawba (1-1) at 7:30 p.m.