The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team achieved a scoreless tie against Lock Haven University on Senior Day at David See Field on Sunday, after losing 5–1 to West Chester University on Wednesday.
Both matches were Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division matchups.
Before the game against Lock Haven started, the five seniors of the team were honored.
The game against Lock Haven was close, with both teams not finding the net.
Shippensburg had one good chance when junior forward Seth Crabbe hit the post with his shot in minute 62. Senior forward Harry Kershaw had three shots and one shot on the goal.
Freshman goalkeeper Matt Riley set a new career-high in the contest with eight saves.
Lock Haven led the statistics in shots with 17, shots on goal with eight and corners with six.
The game against West Chester on Wednesday was not as close, as the final score was 5–1 for West Chester.
West Chester scored four times in the first half, leading 4–0 at halftime. In the second half, they scored one more goal in the 64th minute. All five of WCU’s goals came from different players.
Shippensburg scored one goal in the contest. In minute 68, Crabbe scored off a header assisted by Kershaw.
Raiders’ goalkeeper Riley totaled four saves in the game.
West Chester had an advantage in shots with 19–8 and shots on goal with 11–4 over the Raiders in the match.
Shippensburg will host Bloomsburg University on Wednesday for their final home match of the season.