Men's Soccer Take Hard Loss and Short-Handed Tie
The Bellevue men’s soccer team suffered a 4-0 loss to #1 ranked Peninsula on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the Pirates’ home pitch in Port Angeles. Peninsula was able to control the game from start to finish due in large part to their goalkeeper who was the NWAACC Tournament MVP in 2010. Bellevue men’s soccer head coach, Tao Shen, said, “Nobody had flustered Peninsula College all year and we out-worked them, but overall it's just tough to come back from an early 0-2 deficit in the first half. The energy at half-time was electrifying.” Coach Shen went on to praise Bulldogs team co-captain Alan Villavicencio as “the player of the match for us,” noting that Villavicencio has been a tireless worker on and off the pitch.
Still in fourth place in the West, the Bulldogs sit at 3-3-4 in league play, 4-3-5 overall and will host Tacoma CC on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Sammamish HS with an 8:30 p.m. kickoff.
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