Sunday, September 8, 2013 | Men's Soccer
Written by Mike Beasley
Men’s soccer continued their winning ways on Sunday afternoon at Ravens Field with a dominant 4-0 victory over the Royal Military Paladins.
“I thought it was a scrappy match but we (Carleton) played through it and came out with the win,” said Carleton head coach, Sandy Mackie.
Carleton improved its season record to 3-0-1 and occupy first place in the OUA East Division with 10 points.
The Laurentian Voyageurs occupy second place in the division with 7 points courtesy of their 2-1-1record.
Midfield Joey Kewin (London, ON) led the Ravens attack with three goals. Striker Andrew Latty (Ottawa, ON) had the other Carleton marker (6th).
“I was in the right place at the right time and capitalized on some of RMC’s defensive mistakes,”said Kewin who scored a hat trick for the second time in his CIS career.
Carleton: Joey Kewin (22nd), (37th), (60th). Andrew Latty (6th).
Carleton: Travis Chase (W)
RMC: Tobin Semple, Sebastien Hoffman-Walker (L)
Carleton is back in action next Saturday, September 14 when they host the Trent Excalibur at Ravens Field. Kick-off is scheduled for 1:00PM.
Carleton gets stung in Montreal
By Mike Beasley
The Carleton Ravens women’s rugby travelled to Montreal on Sunday afternoon to take on the Concordia Stingers in RSEQ action.
The Ravens fell to the CIS No. 5 ranked Stingers 51-7 and are still in search of their first win this season.
Lily Weber picked up Carleton’s only try of the game and was named the Ravens’ MVP. Maria Godfrey had the other two points for CU.
Concordia is now 1-0 while Carleton falls to 0-2 this season.
Carleton’s next game will be played at home on Sunday, September 15 against the Bishop Gaiters. Game time at Ravens Field is 1:00PM.