By Victoria Cameron
Men’s soccer recovered from their first loss of the season by dominating Dordt University 5-0 on Sept. 28.
Three of the team’s five goals came in the first half, giving Concordia a strong start. A red card given to Dordt in the first half also helped the rest of the game go smoothly.
“Matthew Ho gave himself a nice birthday present by scoring,” Head Men’s Soccer Coach Jason Weides said. “Both [Garrett] Perry’s and [Moises] Jacobo’s goals were great shots.”
The final two points of the game were scored by Perry and junior Josue Fernandez, with the final goal being a penalty kick. The team made the most of chances to score and possessing the ball, which allowed for more players to get a turn on the field.
“In the second half we were able to go deep into our roster and play 23 players in the game,” Weides said. “It was great to have another game that we could illustrate our quality depth.”
Men’s soccer will play again Oct. 5 at home.