CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s soccer used two second-half goals to claim the victory over Winthrop 3-1 at Martin Stadium in Saturday night.

How it Happened

Mason Lewis tallied the night’s first goal in the 31st minute of action when he fired off a shot into the bottom right of the goal in a crowd of Winthrop defenders. Winthrop tied the game up in the 39th minute on a header off of a corner kick. Lewis put the Blue Hose on top for good with a goal in the 79th minute, which he scored on a pass from Cade Crow. John Speed scored an insurance goal in the final minute of the game to give PC the 3-1 win.

Man of the Match

Lewis netted both goals for the Blue Hose on the night, and led the team in shots with five.  

Stat of the Game

The win marks PC’s first win over Winthrop in program history, and the first time that the Blue Hose have started Big South play 2-0.

Record

PC improves to 4-6-0 overall and 2-0-0 in Big South play, while Winthrop drops to 3-6-1 overall and 0-2-0 in conference action.

Up Next

The Blue Hose will get back on the road as they travel to Appalachian State for their final non-conference road game of the year on Tuesday Oct. 4 at 7:00 p.m.

How to Follow

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