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2017-18 Saints Soccer Teams Off to Great Start

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2017-18 Saints Soccer Teams Off to Great Start

St. Clair Women’s Soccer

The St. Clair College varsity soccer teams opened up their OCAA regular season at home on Saturday as they faced the Redeemer University Royals from Ancaster.

A very young and rookie laden women’s team women got off to a great start defeating the Royals 13-0. St. Clair opened the scoring in the 2nd minute on a goal by Julia Albeartie and never looked back.  Cassandra Rose-Medeiros (London) led the way with 4 goals. Cassie Nicholas (Windsor), Julie Albeartie (Belle River) and Leah Berenz (Belle River) each had 2 tallies. Singles were scored by Ryan Morneau (Windsor), Jaclyn French (Windsor) and Melanie Jubenville (Windsor). Tory Brown (Windsor) had a solid match in goal earning the clean sheet.

The Saints roster this year features 11 rookies, 2 transfers and only 5 returning players.

The St. Clair women play their next match home on Wednesday at 5 pm when they host the Lambton Lions at the Main Campus  Field.

St. Clair Men’s Soccer

The St. Clair men had a very strong match coming away with a convincing 3-0 win over Redeemer Matt Montaleone (Windsor) got the Saints on the board early capitalizing on a bad turnover in the 8th minute. Martin Nyul (Hungary) put the Saints up 2-0 putting one into the top corner after a nice cross in the 27th minute. St. Clair put the pressure on in the 2nd half and went up 3-0 on a tally by Korede Adepitan (Toronto) in the 65th minute. The Saints had 8  shots on goal in the second half compared to 1 for the Royals. Shane Beaton (Windsor) earned the stutout and win while the St. Clair defenders were strong in front of him throughout the match.

The Saints men’s roster this year features 13 rookies and 6 returning players.

The St. Clair men resume their home schedule on Tuesday night at 5 pm when they host the Lambton Lions at the Main Campus Field