GAFFNEY, S.C. – The Belmont Abbey men's soccer team captured their second Conference Carolinas win of the season by defeating the No. 10 Limestone Saints in Gaffney. In just 21 seconds, Mark Trompeter found the back of the net and The Abbey handed the nationally ranked Saints their first loss of the season. Belmont Abbey is now 2-4 with a 2-1 conference record as Limestone moves to 5-1 with a 2-1 league record.
How it Happened
- 21 seconds into the game Mark Trompeter scored his first goal of the season to give The Abbey the 1-0 advantage.
- Limestone took 18 shots in the contest with Belmont Abbey placing eight.
- The Crusaders attempted two corner kicks in the match as Limestone launched seven.
- Crusader keeper Ben Knust managed five saves in the game.
- Saints keeper Mirko Ronchi collected three saves.
- Eight different Crusaders recorded shots during the game.
The Crusaders will at King Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 4:30 pm.