Men's Soccer Mauled By Panthers

Men's Soccer Mauled By Panthers
Bucs dropped fifth straight against the Panthers. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers were mauled by the Florida Tech Panthers 3-0 at Buccaneer Field on Tuesday night in Sunshine State Conference men’s soccer action.
After a scoreless first period, the Panthers (3-8-2, 2-4-1 SSC) struck three times in less than six minutes to secure the win. In the 64th minute, Nicolas Garcia played a ball all the way through the Bucs’ defense from the left wing and Edward Oyarce ran on to knock in the first goal.
In the 68th minute, Stephen Hume failed the clear the ball out of the zone and Stephane Leys took the ball in one on one with keeper Devala Gorrick who was helpless to stop the shot.
Finally in the 70th minute, Caleib Lynch threw the ball in to Oyarce who dribbled through the defense and ripped a 25-yard shot for the final score.
Oyarce was whistled for his second yellow card and sent off just 0:54 seconds later, forcing the Panthers to play down a man over the last 20:00 minutes, but the Bucs (5-8-1, 0-5-1 SSC) could not crack the goal.
Cory Collins had three saves to earn the win for the Panthers, while Gorrick made two saves for the Bucs.
Barry travels to Tampa on Saturday, Oct. 20 at 4:30 pm, before closing the season against Saint Leo at home on Friday, Oct. 26.
                          Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                          2007 Barry University Soccer
            Florida Tech vs Barry (10/16/2007 at Miami Shores, Fla.)
 Florida Tech (3-8-2, 2-4-1 SSC) vs. Barry (5-8-1, 0-5-1 SSC)
 Date: 10/16/2007    Attendance: 231
 Weather: Conducive
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 Florida Tech...........  0  3 -  3
 Barry........................  0  0 -  0
  1.  63:35 FTM Edward Oyarce (2) (Nicolas Garcia) - a through ball in the middle
  2.  67:26 FTM Stephane Leys (1) (unassisted) - missed clearance in the back
  3.  69:09 FTM Edward Oyarce (3) (Caleib Lynch) - 25 yards off throw in
 Shots: Florida Tech 9, Barry 14
 Saves: Florida Tech 4 (Cory Collins 3; TEAM 1), Barry 2 (Devala Gorrick 2)