Dorsey, Spartans Down Mustangs Late

Isiah Dorsey photo courtesy of David Sinclair Photography
Isiah Dorsey photo courtesy of David Sinclair Photography

Owings Mills, MD – The York College men's soccer team picked up their second win in as many games with a 2-1 non-conference victory against Stevenson on a hot and muggy evening in Owings Mills, Maryland.


Match #3

Score: York 2 – Stevenson 1

Records: York 2-1, Stevenson 1-2

Shots: York 22, Stevenson 8

Shots on Goal: York 10, Stevenson 2

Corner Kicks: York 5, Stevenson 0 

Saves: York 1, Stevenson 8


How It Happened

  • The Mustangs struck early as Dylan Holy headed a long throw-in from Evan Joseph into the far corner of the net in the 5thminute.
  • The Spartans drew even as Marc Murgo took advantage of a misplayed free kick by the Mustang keeper and drove a lefty shot into the top of the goal off an assist from fellow defensemen Brook Addisu in the 26thminute of the play.
  • Stevenson threatened late in the first stanza as they had two shots ricochet off the post but the Spartan defense held strong to keep the game leveled at 1-1 at the end of the first half.
  • After a long second half of back and forth soccer, Isiah Dorsey broke free in the 85thminute and placed a shot in the lower right corner of the goal for his second goal of the season and gave the Spartans a late 2-1 lead.
  • York's defense held strong as Stevenson had some late chances including a last minute dangerous throw-in that resulted in a Billy Bridegum save to preserve the win for the Spartans.


Spartan Leaders

Marc Murgo: 1 goal, 2 shots, 1 shot on goal

Isiah Dorsey: 1 goal, 6 shots, 3 shots on goal

Brook Addisu: 1 assist


Mustangs Leaders

Dylan Holy: 1 goal, 1 shot on goal

Evan Joseph: 1 assist

Bobby Considine: 8 saves


Goalie Comparison

Billy Bridegum (YCP): 90 minutes played, 1 goal against, 1 save (Win, 2-1)  

Bobby Considine (SU): 90 minutes played, 2 goals against, 8 saves (Loss, 1-1)  


Match Notes

York is now 18-1-3 all time against the Mustangs … junior Marc Murgo answered an early goal by the Mustangs with a left footed strike to grab his first tally of the season, it was his first goal since September 3, 2017 at Catholic … junior transfer Isiah Dorsey notched his second goal in as many outings with the game winner in the final minutes of the contest … York improves to 2-0 on the road this season.


Up Next

York returns home to face the Washington & Lee University Generals on Sunday afternoon in a non-conference contest. Kick off is slated for 3:00 pm at Graham Field.