ABINGTON, Pa. — The Keuka College Men's Soccer team lost on the road on Saturday at Penn St.-Abington by the score of 4-3 in a North Eastern Athletic Conference match.
Penn St.-Abington 4 vs. Keuka College 3
In a battle for possession in the first half, the first shot of the game was not recorded until 16:28 into the game. That shot was fortunate for the Wolves as Samba Doukhansy found the back of the net. Claude Tuyishimire took the ball down the right wing and sent a cross into Doukhansy for the goal. The next six shots in the half would be by Penn St.-Abington, but the Nittany Lions would not score as the Wolves led 1-0 at the break.
It was Penn St.-Abington who capitalized on their first shot of the second half. The Nittany Lions scored 2:03 into the period to tie the game. Abington then took the lead and quickly doubled it with goals in the 58th and 61st minutes. Just 56 seconds after Abington's third goal, the Wolves pulled one back. Christian Cupello sent in a corner kick and it was headed home by Humberto Flores. Penn St.-Abington would reestablish their two-goal lead by the Wolves answered in the 72nd minute. Joshua Card sent a cross into the box from the left wing. Just like in the first half, the cross found Samba Doukhansy for the goal to cut the Abington lead to one at 4-3. Keuka College would be held without a shot, however, as the Wolves fell at Penn St.-Abington on Saturday.
- Keuka College is now 3-5-3 all-time against Penn St.-Abington
- The Nittany Lions are unbeaten in the last four regular season meetings with the Wolves
- Overall, Keuka College is 2-7-1 when facing the defending conference champions the following season
- Samba Doukhansy became the first men's soccer player to score 10 goals in a season since the 2015 season
- It was the 50th career game for Claude Tuyishimire
Up Next for Keuka College: The Green and Gold have a week off to prepare for their next conference games. Keuka College will host Penn College on Saturday and Penn St.-Berks on Sunday next weekend at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex. Penn College ended Keuka's season last year as the Wildcats topped the Wolves in a shootout in the first round of the NEAC Tournament.