Spartans Cruise Past Bison 8-0

Spartans Cruise Past Bison 8-0

Washington, DC - The York College men’s soccer team continued their winning ways with an 8-0 victory over the Bison from Gallaudet University. With the victory in this Capital Athletic Conference contest the #3 Spartans improve to 11-0 and 4-0 in the CAC while the Bison fall to 0-11 and 0-4 in the CAC.

The Spartans scored just two minutes into the game with a goal from junior Justin Suchoski (Langhorne, Pa. /Neshaminy) off an assist from junior Jon Ports (Baltimore, Md/John Carroll School). Ports would tally the next two goals for the Spartans scoring goals in the 4th minute and 11th minute off assists from Suchoski and freshman Kemal Nuspahic (East Petersburg, Pa./ Warwick) respectively. Nuspahic would then go on to tally the seventh goal of his young career on an assist from senior Kurt Lane (Cochranville, Pa. /Octora) with just less than five minutes in the half.

After the halftime break, the Spartans scored just two minutes into the second frame as Mike Duff (Hughesville, Pa/Hughesville) recorded his first collegiate goal off an assist from senior Mark Turkewitz (York, Pa/Dallastown).

The Spartans would find the back of the net three more times to close out the 8-0 victory, with Turkewitz finishing off the game with his first goal in a Spartan uniform.

York controlled the game as they fired off a commanding 43 shots on the day compared to the Bison’s three. The Spartans held an 8-0 advantage in corner kicks on the day.

Junior goalkeeper Ryan Hock (Brookeville, Md/Sherwood) secured the victory in goal, with his 45 minutes of work, recording one save on the day. Freshman Kyle Connolly (Stratham, N.H./Exeter) also recorded one save in his 45 minutes. Poloko Qobose registered 20 saves while going the distance in goal for Bison.

The Spartans host Greensboro College in a non-conference contest this Saturday, October 4, during York’s Fall Fest Weekend. Game time is set for 2:30 pm at Graham Field.


Justin Suchoski photo courtesy of Scott Guise

Game story written by John Nolan - York College Sports Information Student-Assistant