Behind a stellar defensive effort and an opportune goal, the Charlotte 49ers (5-5-3, C-USA: 1-3-2) defeated Kentucky (4-7-1, C-USA: 1-2-1) 1-0 at Transamerica Field.
The games only goal came when Giuseppe Gentile made a run down the right side of the field with the ball he got near the end line. He crossed the ball and Kentuckys Napo Matsoso attempted to clear the ball, but he kicked the ball into the Kentucky goal for an own goal in the 47th minute.
No. 2 Notre Dame 2, N.C. State 1: The Wolfpack mens soccer became only the third team this season to take a lead against No. 2 Notre Dame, but eventually fell on Saturday night at Dail Soccer Stadium. The Wolfpack (4-4-4, 1-4-3 ACC) fought early to craft a 1-0 lead in the 20th minute on Danny DiPrimas first goal of the season.
Georgia Southern 1, Appalachian State 0: The Mountaineers (3-4-6, 1-3-1) Danny Free made the start in net and made a season-high eight saves. Free now has 54 saves on the season to give him 181 saves for his career.
Winthrop 1, High Point 0: Redshirt-sophomore Kody Palmer made four saves in the loss.
The only goal of the game came in the 33rd minute when Winthrop went up 1-0 on a goal by Achille Obougou.
Wake Forest 4, No. 4 Maryland 3: The No. 4 Maryland mens soccer team rebounded from a three-goal halftime deficit, but couldnt find a late equalizer and fell, 4-3, to No. 15 Wake Forest at Ludwig Field Saturday night.
Winthrop 3, Campbell 1: For the second straight game the Camels got on the scoreboard first, but couldnt hold onto the lead, falling to Winthrop 3-1 at Eagle Field on Saturday afternoon. Freshman Payton Ormsby scored her team-leading sixth goal of the season for the lone Campbell goal.
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