Brown Men's Soccer Falls 3-1 to College of Charleston

Brown Men's Soccer Falls 3-1 to College of Charleston

Sept. 14, 2008

Mr. Pleasant, SC -

Senior Dylan Sheehan (Wolfville, NS) scored the Brown men’s soccer team’s (2-2) only goal during the team’s 3-1 loss to the College of Charleston on Sunday afternoon in the final game of the Aaron Olitsky Memorial/Nike Soccer Classic.  Seniors Jarrett Leech (Manakin-Sabot, VA) and Rhett Bernstein (San Diego, CA), as well as freshman Rob Medairos (Stafford, VA) were named to the All-Tournament Team. 


The College of Charleston jumped out to a quick lead over the Bears, scoring its first goal just 13 minutes into the game.  Matt Morris received a pass from Kareem Yearwood and put one past sophomore goalkeeper Paul Grandstrand (Orono, MN).  Six minutes later, Morris tallied his second goal, scoring in the 19th minute off a free kick. 


Just three minutes before the half, the Cougars made it 3-0 after Jedd Cordisco scored unassisted on a breakaway.  The Cougars out shot the Bears 7-2 in the first half, and although Brown turned up the pressure in the second half (out shooting Charleston 7-3), Brown couldn’t come back from its deficit.  Sheehan put the Bears on the scoreboard in the 89th minute of play, after he put in a corner kick taken by freshman Taylor Gorman (Freeport, ME).


Brendan Smith received the win in goal for Charleston, picking up four saves, as Brown’s Grandstrand (0-2) earned the loss with five saves.   The Tournament MVP was Matt Morris from the College of Charleston, and the Cougars were also awarded the championship for going 2-0.


 Brown is back in action at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday at Boston University. 


Aaron Olitsky Memorial/Nike Soccer Classic:
Danny Irizarry- MF- OSU
Doug Verhoff- D- OSU
Lewis Chaloner- D- Furman
Patrick Murray- MF- Furman
Jarrett Leach- GK- Brown
Rhett Berstein - D- Brown
Rob Medairos- MF- Brown

Wes Knight- D- College of Charleston
John Bello- MF- College of Charleston
Zach Prince- F-College of Charleston
Sean Bateau- MF- College of Charleston