Men's Soccer Rolls Johnson & Wales

Senior Sean Trinidad not only collects his first career goal but two in the game. Photo by Joel Auerbach.

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry men’s soccer team shed their scoring woes in a 7-0 throttling of the Johnson & Wales Wildcats on Wednesday night at Buccaneer Field.

Senior Sean Trinidad got the scoring parade started. Trinidad posted his first career goal as a Buccaneer on a cross from Andres Perez to 10 yards out at the 3:13 minute mark. Sascha Koettig also added an assist on the play.

Mark Anderson captured his second goal of the season during the 15th minute. Anderson took a cross from the left and poked it past the keeper. Fellow Brit Joe Conkleton and senior winger Perez earned the assists.

Only 00:23 second later, Anderson struck again on a couple touch passes from Joao Garcia and Koettig. Garcia earned his first point of the year with the assist and Koettig collected points number eight and nine on the year and is tied for the team lead in points and goals.

Just 30 minutes into the game, Houghton Kinsman broke free down the middle and was tackled from behind by JWU's Cris Barbosa, earning the defender a red card and leaving the Wildcats down a man for the last 60:00 minutes.

Trinidad found himself alone behind the Wildcats’ line after Houghton Kinsman’s long pass down the center of the field at the 33:37 mark as Trinidad tallied for the second time in the game. Kinsman earned his first point of the year and Trinidad ranks third on the squad in goals.

The Bucs were not finished scoring in the first period as Conkleton scored with 02:34 remaining in the first half. Conkleton directed a rebound from an Anderson shot into the back of the net from six yards out.

The half ended with Barry firmly in control of the game with a 5-0 lead.

Head coach Steve MCCrath emptied the bench to start the second period, with only Trinidad, Conkleton and keeper Johnny Rodriguez playing all 90 minutes.

Second half scoring started at the 52:14 mark with senior Daniel Allan blasted a shot from 22 yards out past the Johnson & Wales keeper Jose Barreto. Joong Kim earned the assist on the play.

The final goal on the night came from Perez who connected on a penalty kick in the 61st minute after Kim had his legs swept out from under him as he made a cut in the box. 

The Barry front showed how dangerous they can be as they posted 40 shots, 18 shots on goal, seven goals and nine assists. Equally impressive was the Buccaneer defensive third, as they allowed only two shots, both on goal but not especially dangerous, the entire night.

This weekend marks the start of play in the arduous Sunshine State Conference. Barry travels the short distance to Davie, Fla., and Nova Southeastern in their next match Saturday, Sept. 18 at 7:00 p.m. Listen to the game live on the Buccaneer Broadcasting Network by clicking on the Game Central logo at the Barry Athletics homepage.

                                       Soccer Game Summary (Final) 
                                           2010 Barry Men's Soccer
                Johnson & Wales vs Barry (09/15/10 at Miami Shores, Fla.)

Johnson & Wales (0-5-0) vs. Barry (2-0-2)
Date: 09/15/10 Attendance: 416
Weather: ominous

Goals by period 1 2 Tot
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Johnson & Wales..... 0 0 - 0
Barry............................ 5 2 - 7

SCORING SUMMARY:
1. 3:13 BUM Sean Trinidad (1) (Andres Perez;Sascha Koettig) - cross from left to 10 yards
2. 14:58 BUM Mark Anderson (2) (Joe Conkleton;Andres Perez) - cross from left with 10 yards
3. 15:21 BUM Mark Anderson (3) (Joao Garcia;Sascha Koettig) - combo passing in the middle
4. 33:37 BUM Sean Trinidad (2) (Houghton Kinsman) - Long center pass to break away
5. 42:26 BUM Joe Conkleton (1) (Mark Anderson) - rebound at 6 yards
6. 52:14 BUM Daniel Allan (1) (Joong Kim) - blast from 22 yards out
7. 60:08 BUM Andres Perez (1) Penalty kick

Shots: Johnson & Wales 2, Barry 40
Saves: Johnson & Wales 11 (Jose Barreto 4; Angel Carillo 7), Barry 2 (Johnny Rodrigues 2)

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