Men's Soccer Visits No. 19 Georgetown Sunday Afternoon
| Game 5: Princeton at No. 19 Georgetown
|Gametime||Sunday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m. l Shaw Field|
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|Twitter: @PUTigers l @GeorgetownHoyas|
|Series Info||Georgetown leads 4-0-1 (began 1998)|
|Last Game: Georgetown won 1-0 (9/14/12) Recap/Box|
|Records||Princeton (1-3), Georgetown (5-2)|
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||Roster l Schedule l Stats l @guHoyasMSoccer|
PRINCETON, N.J. (9/19/13) - The 2012 national runner-up Georgetown hosts Princeton this Sunday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m., in Princeton's fourth road game of the season.
The Hoyas are undefeated in the series, 4-0-1, with this being the fourth consecutive season the teams are meeting. Last year Georgetown took a 1-0 game at Roberts Stadium, scoring in the 14th minute.
Princeton continues its road swing with its second trip the Baltimore/D.C. area this week. The Tigers have played three of their four games on the road and most recently lost a 2-1 game at Loyola on Wednesday to fall to 1-3 on the season. Sophomores Nico Hurtado and Thomas Sanner each have three points on one goal and one assist. Junior Cameron Porter and freshman Bryan Windsor have one goal each. Senior Seth MacMillan has played all 360 minutes in goal and has a 2.00 goals against average and a .579 save percentage.
No. 19-ranked Georgetown is 5-2 on the season and most recently earned a 3-0 win over Penn on Thursday at Franklin Field. The team has recorded wins over James Madison, Duquesne, West Virginia and Stanford, with losses to New Mexico and Cal. Brandon Allen leads the team in scoring with five goals and two assists for 12 points. Senior Steve Neumann, freshman Bakie Goodman and freshman Alex Muyl each have five points with Muyl being the team leader in assists with three. Junior Tomas Gomez has started all seven games in goal and has a 0.43 goals against average and an .880 save percentage, stopping 22 of 25 shots. The team likes to take an early lead, scoring six of its 10 goals in the first half, and have given up just three goals all season.
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