Windfall Faculty Press Launch
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Led by two targets and one help from junior Luis Garcia (Gran Canaria, Spain) the No. 20 Windfall Faculty males’s soccer crew upset No. 1 Georgetown College on Wednesday, October 13 on Chapey Area at Anderson Stadium. It marked the Friars’ first win over a No. 1 ranked crew since upsetting Maryland, 5-4, on November 20, 2016 within the Second Spherical of the NCAA Event. Garcia opened the scoring when he transformed on a free kick simply outdoors the field on the left aspect as he sailed a shot over the wall into the highest left nook with 25:54 left within the first half. The Friars elevated their lead at 60:11 when Garcia scored on a blast from 50 yards out at a tricky angle that discovered the fitting aspect of the web. Graduate scholar Simon Triantfillou (Burlington, Ontario) closed out the scoring for the Friars with a low shot from the highest of the field at 68:23. The victory gave the Friars their first win over the Hoyas since October 15, 2014 after they defeated Georgetown, 2-0, in Washington, D.C.
Windfall – 3
Georgetown – 10-1-0; 4-1-0
Windfall – 8-1-3; 4-0-2
Chapey Area at Anderson Stadium Windfall, R.I.
GAME FLOW & NOTES
- PC’s Davis Smith had the primary scoring likelihood of the half when he headed a nook kick over the cross bar 22:15 into the sport.
- The Friars led 1-0 on the half which marked the primary time the Hoyas trailed at halftime this season. It additionally ended a Hoyas’ streak of 21 video games of not trailing after 45 minutes of play.
- The final time the Friars earned a win over the No. 1 crew within the nation was a 5-4 win at Maryland on November 20, 2016 within the Second Spherical of the NCAA Event.
- The Friars have performed 4 video games this season versus ranked opponents and have posted a 3-1 mark.
- Garcia’s first objective marked simply the sixth objective scored in opposition to the Hoyas this season.
- Garcia recorded his second objective of the evening when he took a brief move from Paulo Lima close to the left sideline and unleashed a blast from 50 yards that landed within the reverse nook of the web at 60:11.
- Simon Triantfillou scored his first objective of the season at 68:23 off passes from Christopher Roman and Luis Garcia.
- Luis Garcia registered his second two-goal recreation of the season as he had two targets within the season opening win versus Fordham on August 26.
- With two targets and one help, Luis Garcia recorded a career-high 5 factors for the Friars.
- The victory gave the Friars their first win over the Hoyas since October 15, 2014 after they defeated the Hoyas, 2-0, in Washington, D.C.
- 3-0 is the Hoyas’ largest margin of defeat since Nov. 3, 2016 after they misplaced to Creighton, 3-0.
- It marks the primary time this season Georgetown has given up multiple objective in a recreation.
- It marked the seventh time this season the Friars have scored three or extra targets in a recreation.
- It marks the fourth shutout this season for the Friars.
HOW THEY SCORED
(1-0)– Windfall – 25:54/1st- Luis Garcia blasted a direct kick from the left aspect over the wall into the highest left nook of the web.
(2-0)- Windfall – 60:11/2nd – Luis Garcia rifled a shot from 50 yards from the left aspect that discovered the alternative nook of the web. It was assisted by Paulo Lima.
(3-0)- Windfall-68:23/2nd – Simon Triantfillou transformed on a low shot into the left nook off a feed from Chris Roman. Luis Garcia had the opposite help on the objective.
Georgetown – Giannis Nikopolidis (6-1-0) – 3 saves, 3 targets allowed
Windfall – Lukas Burns (8-1-3) – 2 saves, 0 targets allowed
Photographs on objective: 2
Nook kicks: 5
Photographs on objective: 6
Nook kicks: 3
The Friars will return to motion on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. at Butler.