Men’s Soccer Goes on the Road to Beat Regis 4-0

Men’s Soccer Goes on the Road to Beat Regis 4-0

WESTON, Mass. – Ranked fourth in the country with a 0.30 goals against average, the Johnson & Wales University men's soccer team has been known for its defense this season. The Wildcats kicked up the offense Wednesday as they defeated Regis, 4-0.

Records:
Regis: 7-6, 4-4 GNAC
Johnson & Wales: 11-1-1, 5-1-1, GNAC

Statistical Leaders:
Andrew Vecere: 1 goal, 1 assist
Jozef Jennings: 1 goal (GW)

Of Note:
Johnson & Wales extended its unbeaten streak to 10 matches with a 9-0-1 record during that time. The Wildcats – who are ranked 10th regionally in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll - last lost a match on September 9.

JWU didn't wait long to get its first goal of the game. Just 49 seconds after the open kick, junior Jozef Jennings' (Barrington, R.I.) took the pass from Yohann Assouramou (Cotonou, Benin) and scored on a laser from 25 yards.

Junior Andrew Vecere (Wayne, N.J.) factored into the next two goals. He set up Teagan Drake's (Waterbury, Vt.) score in the 23rd minute then scored one of his own in the 36th minute.

Johnson & Wales added an insurance score in the 80th minute when freshman Jazario Brimmer (Pembroke, Bermuda) tallied his second goal of the season.

Next Game:
The Wildcats are home on Saturday to take on Anna Maria at 2:30 p.m. as part of JWU's homecoming celebration.