The Mass. Maritime takes Saturday afternoon game

THROGGS NECK, NY – A day after the Maritime College football team’s thrilling Chowder Bowl victory over Mass. Maritime, it was the Privateer men’s soccer team’s turn to host the rival Buccaneers. Saturday’s game didn’t go as well for the home team, as Mass. Maritime (1-3-0) earned a 3-2 win over Maritime (1-2-1) at Reinhart Field.

The privateers struck first on an 18eone-minute penalty kick. Thomas Luongo (Center Moriches, NY) made a foul in the box and scored the PK for his second goal of the season. After the mass, Maritime tied the game on Ryan Soughou’s goal at 25e minute, Maritime earned another penalty late in the first half. However, this time Buccaneers goaltender Quinn Kelly made the save to keep the game level at 1-1.

Mass. Maritime took the lead on a CJ Vincent penalty at 54e minute, then extended their lead to 3-1 on Brendan Bouressa’s shot 12 minutes later. In the 82n/a minute, Fanis Tsatalios (Wayne, NJ) took a pass from justin song (Syosset, NY), spun and passed Kelly to bring the Privateers down to 3-2. Despite a furious attack in the final seven minutes, Maritime failed to equalize and the Buccaneers walked away with the win.

Danny Madeira (New Rochelle, NY) (0-2-0) started in net and made five saves. Kelly (1-3-0), meanwhile, recorded six saves for Mass. Maritime.

Maritime concludes its four-game homestand on Sunday afternoon by facing Potsdam (2-1-0) at 1:30 p.m.