Lesley on Tap for Men’s Soccer Monday Night

Lesley on Tap for Men’s Soccer Monday Night

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Suffolk at Lesley
Monday, Sept. 14
8 p.m.
Edward Field

BOSTON – The Suffolk men's soccer team is set to play two games in three days, traveling to Newport, Rhode Island to take on Salve Regina Thursday at 3:30 p.m., and welcoming Mount Ida to James A. Sartori Stadium for the GNAC opener Saturday for a 4:30 p.m. tilt.  

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For the second straight season, the men's soccer match between the Rams of Suffolk University and the Mustangs of Mount Ida would go the distance. History repeated itself as a winner was not decided and both team's Great Northeast Athletic Conference openers ended in a 1-1 draw Saturday at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park.

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Coming off its first result of 2015, a 1-1 tie with Mount Ida, Suffolk brings a 0-3-1 overall record into non-conference action Monday night.

Three different Rams are responsible for the team's three goals with Ben Daniels, Alvin Di and Eugenio Ottino each netting scores. Ottino's goal came off a good PK in the 2015 season opener. Jordan Casey has also notched a point, handing out Suffolk's lone assist.

Ianis Teixeira has made three starts for the Rams in net, making five saves, while Nicholas Chamma boast five saves, a .833 save percentage and 0-0-1 record in one start.

Lesley is off to a 0-4 start this season after being shut out by Babson College, 6-0, in its latest contest.

Ryan Richardson is responsible for both of the Lynx's goals and Marcel Howard has one assist to his credit.

Both of Lesley's keepers have seen action with Chase Donley making all four starts. The senior goalie has notched 19 saves, but owns a 4.05 goals-against average while James Webb turned away six attempts for a .667 save percentage in 70:50 minutes of action.

In the midst of a three-game road swing, the Rams continue to play away from home Thursday, Sept. 17 when they visit Regis at 7 p.m.