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Bison left seeing red against Penn State Harrisburg

Gallaudet men's soccer defender Elan Markel plays strong defense against an opponent, who is behind him. The two players look at a soccer ball floating off to the right in the air.

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. - In a physical and foul-laden North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men's soccer match, Penn State Harrisburg shut out Gallaudet, 3-0, here Saturday at Nittany Soccer Field.

Gallaudet (0-8-1, 0-4 NEAC) recorded four shots in the game, two in each half, with one making it on goal where Lions goalie Nicholas Guglielmetti made the save.

Penn State Harrisburg (7-3, 4-0 NEAC) recorded 21 shots (14 on goal) and three goals. The Lions tallied their first goal in the 31st minute off the foot of Joey Aman as he scored off a penalty kick as Penn State Harrisburg led 1-0 at the half.

In the second half, the Lions scored twice in an eight-minute window. Toma Nichik scored his second goal of the season off an assist from Mohamed Kotby at the 75:33 mark. The third and final goal came in the 84th minute, off another penalty kicks, where Alexander Wardle converted the chance.

Tempers flared in the 80th minute as a player from each team received a red card. GU finished the game with four yellow cards and a red to go with 15 fouls. Penn State Harrisburg had 12 fouls and a red card.

Sophomore goalie Shane Angel (Mechanicsville, Md.) finished the game with 10 saves. Junior defender Sean O'Callaghan (San Diego, Calif.) had GU's lone shot on goal.

This is Penn State Harrisburg's first year back in the NEAC after it left the conference after the 2012-13 season to join the Capital Athletic Conference.

BISON TRACKS

  • GU had two corner kicks
  • The Lions finished with 12 corner kicks
  • Gallaudet has only been shut out twice this season
  • This is the third time GU has lost 3-0 to Penn State Harrisburg
  • Penn State Harrisburg is 4-0 vs. Gallaudet in NEAC play
  • The Lions have outscored the Bison 16-1 in four meetings since 2010

UP NEXT
Gallaudet will make a return trip to Pennsylvania next weekend to take on Penn St.-Abington (3-4, 2-2 NEAC) in a conference match on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 1 p.m.