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Soccer Teams Notch Victories in NYC

Men's and women's teams shutout competition

The ESF women's soccer team cruised to a 10-0 victory over Yeshiva University in New York City Sunday.

The Mighty Oaks women have scored 21 goals in their last three games and have a 5-2 record.

Bridget Cuddihy (freshman Cambridge, N.Y.) led the offense with three goals. The game marked Cuddihy's third hat trick of the season.

Kelsey Taylor (junior, Holbrook, N.Y.) had two goals. The rest of the Mighty Oaks' goals were scored by Allysa Johnson (freshman, Bloomfield N.Y.), Sue Fassler (senior, Williamstown, N.Y.), Brooke Harris (sophomore, Vestal, N.Y.), Kaley Donovan (senior, Canfield, Ohio) and Meaghan Dalton (senior, Bangor, Pa.).

Goalkeepers Ani Zipkin (freshman, Millwood, N.Y.) and Rachele Brown (senior, Bonney Lake, Wash.) combined for the shutout.

The momentum carried over to the men's game witha high-energy 4-0 victory over Cooper Union.

Goals were scored by Dillon Buchberg (freshman, Plainview, N.Y.), Ross Volpe (sophomore, Wethersfield, Conn.), Patrick Alcott (sophomore, New Hartford, N.Y.), and Dan Arseneau (junior, Whitney Point, N.Y.).

Goalkeepers Mike Walczyk (freshman, Brewerton, N.Y.) and Eamon Case (junior, Plattsburgh, N.Y.) both contributed to the win.

The Mighty Oaks men have a 4-2 record.

The ESF teams began their visit to the New York City area with a trip to Red Bull Arena to watch the New York Red Bulls take on the Portland Timbers. The Red Bulls played to a 2-0 victory, keeping alive their hopes of a wildcard playoff berth in the Major League Soccer playoffs.

Both the men's and women's teams will host Albany College of Pharmacy Sunday, Oct. 2, at Onondaga Community college. The the women will kick off at 1 p.m., the men at 3 p.m. A bus for ESF fans will leave from Centennial Hall.