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9 21 22 092022 MSOC Recap vs Bob Jones 7 Landon Brafford2334

(Courtesy of BPC) MOUNT VERNON, Ga. – After eight days away from competition, Brewton-Parker Men’s Soccer returned to the pitch in Mount Vernon for a contest against Bob Jones (S.C.) on Tuesday night.

The Barons (0-6-1) battled with the Bruins (1-3-1) in a scrappy match that ended 3-0 in favor of the visitors.

“Bob Jones deserved the result tonight,” Head Coach Bob Neumann said. “We didn’t do enough to deny them time and space to play, which made things difficult for us. We have a big game this weekend against Dalton State, which should give us an opportunity to turn around some results.”

How It Happened | First Half

  • The Bruins opened the match with swift offensive pressure, recording a shot on goal within the first two minutes of play.
  • Bob Jones notched five total attempts in the first 30 minutes of play before the Barons managed to answer with a shot of their own.
  • BJU broke the draw in the 43rd minute, taking advantage of a miscue from Brewton-Parker to lead 1-0.
  • Offensively, BPC produced just one shot in the first 45 minutes while BJU recorded a total of seven. Defensively, Sven Marnot recorded three saves in the first half.

How It Happened | Second Half

  • Bob Jones slotted the match's second goal quickly in the 47th minute to take a 2-0 advantage over the Barons.
  • The Bruins found the back of the net one final moment in the 55th minute to lead 3-0.
  • Towards the end of the match, tensions rose as a total of six cards were awarded in the final 20 minutes in addition to both teams finishing the final few minutes with 10 men.
  • Brewton-Parker produced more opportunities in the final third for the second half, notching five shots overall and three on frame.

Inside The Statistics

  • Bob Jones held a 14-6 advantage in overall shots and an 8-3 advantage in shots on goal.
  • In 90 minutes of play, Marnot notched five saves.
  • Kevin Neubauer led BPC with two shots on goal, coming off the bench to play nearly 70 minutes.

Next Up

  • Brewton-Parker opens Southern States Athletic Conference play on Saturday with Dalton State (Ga.) visiting Mount Vernon for a 3:30 p.m. matchup.

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