Men’s Soccer: Tribe goes winless during weekend roadtrip

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October 23, 2007

3:19 AM

Redshirt freshman Andrew McAdams recorded his fifth shutout of the year, notching five saves, as the Tribe tied George Mason University 0-0 Sunday. George Mason outshot the Tribe 9-4 in the first half, but the College came back in the second half and kept the pressure on with 12 shots on goal and an 8-3 advantage in corner kicks.

p. The College’s best scoring opportunity came in the second overtime period when sophomore Price Thomas fired a strike on goal that was stopped by the George Mason keeper. Following the tie, the Tribe stands at 6-6-3 overall and 3-2-1 in the CAA. Prior to Sunday’s scoreless draw, the College lost to Towson University 1-0 in overtime. Towson’s Pat Healey headed in the winning goal as time expired in the first overtime frame. The College returns to action Friday Oct. 26 against Georgia State.

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