Men's Soccer Stays Unbeaten in League with Scoreless Draw at Brown
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (10/12/13) - The Princeton men's soccer team stays undefeated in Ivy League play are playing to a scoreless draw with Brown on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Stevenson Field.
The Tigers had a number of chances to score, taking 21 shots to Brown's 10. In overtime it was Princeton that dominated the first 10 minutes, taking three shots while Brown controlled the second overtime taking three of its 10 shots in those final minutes.
Senior Seth MacMillan matched his career high with six saves as the Tigers move to 4-5-1 overall and 1-0-1 in the Ivy League. Josh Weiner kept Brown in the game making eight on the opposite end.
Sophomore Thomas Sanner who had a game-high four shots on goal had his best chance early in the second half. He picked up a through ball from sophomore Brendan McSherry and had a head of steam towards the goal. He cut the ball in towards the goal but it was stopped at the near post by Weiner. Defender Josh MIller followed up about 10 minutes later with a ball that skirted just wide of the left post and out for a corner kick. The ensuing ball was headed by Sanner in on net but again collected by Weiner. Sanner had another great bid in the 74th minute when he bent the ball in on goal but it was gobbled up by the keeper. Junior Myles McGinley had an impact both offensively and defensively as he had five shots, one on frame.
The Tigers take on St. John's on Tuesday night, Oct. 15, live on ESPN3.com at 7 pm.