Men's Soccer Falls To Skyhawks

Men's Soccer Falls To Skyhawks
Devela Gorrick made a career-high nine saves for the Bucs against the Skyhawks. Photo by Brett Stakelin.
DENVER, Colo.—The Barry men’s soccer team fell 1-0 to the second-ranked Fort Lewis Skyhawks in a neutral site game at Ranger Field on the campus of Regis University on Saturday.
The lone goal of the game came in the 84th minute. Off a corner kick, Casey Roberts picked off the clearance and centered the ball to Kieran Hall who blasted a side volley off his first touch into the back of the net.
The Bucs (1-1-0), though out-shot by the Skyhawks 24-11, had several excellent scoring chances. In the 62nd minute, Skyhawk keeper Zane Wells came out to challenge Lee Yakubowich and went down leaving the net open. Mark Kilpatrick’s shot was headed away by Charlton Clark.
In the 74th minute, Julio Arnaiz ripped a shot from inside the six-yard box past Wells that David Oberholtzer swept off the line.
Devala Gorrick played an outstanding game in goal for the Bucs, stopping nine shots, many of them diving stops. Wells made one save for Fort Lewis.
The Bucs return home to start the home portion of the schedule on Friday, August 31 against the Hurricanes of Georgia Southwestern at 4:30 pm.
                         Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                          2006 Barry University Soccer
              #2 Fort Lewis vs Barry (08/25/2007 at Denver, Colo.)
 Fort Lewis (1-0-0) vs. Barry (1-1-0)
 Date: 08/25/2007    Attendance: 237
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 Fort Lewis..........     0  1 -  1
 Barry...............         0  0 -  0
  1.  83:23 FLCM Kieran Hall (1) (Casey Roberts) – one-touch side volley from 20 yards
 Shots: Fort Lewis 24, Barry 11
 Saves: Fort Lewis 4 (Zane Wells 1; TEAM 3), Barry 9 (Devala Gorrick 9)