STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn) women's soccer team couldn't ride the momentum of their first win of the season suffering a 9-0 setback to the College of Staten Island on Thursday afternoon. Senior Kristen Candelaria made 29 saves in the losing effort.
- Final Score: Staten Island 9, St. Joseph's 0
- Records: Staten Island (6-1-1), St. Joseph's (1-4)
- Location: Staten Island, N.Y. – CSI Soccer Complex
How It Happened
- The Bears defense kept CSI off the board for nearly 20 minutes before an Adrianna Parello goal off a rebound put the hosts up for good. The Dolphins scored three more times in the period carrying a 4-0 lead at the intermission and scored five after the break.
- The Dolphins stymied the SJC offense and controlled possession for most of the contest, finishing with a 63-0 shot discrepancy.
For the Bears
- Senior goaltender Kristen Candelaria broke her record set earlier three games ago, finishing with 29 saves in the contest and faced 58 shots.
The Bear Facts
- The 63 shots allowed and 41 shots on goal were the most allowed by the Bears in a single game.
- Staten Island takes both meetings in the series that started last season.
Next up for St. Joseph's
After a five-game road stand to open the season, the Bears will look to rebound hosting SUNY College at Old Westbury in their home opener at Aviator Field on Sunday, September 25. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. with live stats and video available on SJCBears.com