Men’s Soccer improves to 2-4 on the season

The Rams’ men’s soccer team blew out the Lesley Lynx 5-1 Sept. 13.

The Rams had their most dominant game of the season, outshooting the Lynx 30-6.

Isaac De Souza scored a chip shot over the goalie around the 17th minute to give the Rams the early lead.

Mere seconds after the first goal, the Lynx thought they had answered back right away when they shot the ball into the back of the net. The ref then blew his whistle to signal an offside call, keeping the score at 1-0.

The Rams then went on a roll when the two Nardizzi brothers, Bryce and Jared, each scored a goal to give the Rams a 3-0 lead.

The Lynx were able to respond in the 31st minute when Ben Heischuber scored the team’s only goal of the game.

Gustavo Cassemiro scored two late daggers to put the game out of reach and finalize the Rams’ second win of the season.

After the game, Coach Dean Nichols said, “The brightest part of this team has been their no-quit mentality. We have trailed five of our six matches, and everyone has continued to work through those games regardless of the score.”

Nichols added, “The main thing we need to improve on is team defense and eliminating mistakes that are contributing to us conceding goals.”

The Rams are now 2-4 on the season after the win.