Yellowjackets Blanked at Seattle Pacific (Sept.
SEATTLE, WA – The MSU Billings men’s soccer
team found the offensive going tough at Seattle Pacific Friday
afternoon, falling 3-0 to the Falcons. On a rain-soaked field,
the Yellowjackets were out-shot 13-0. MSUB falls to 5-3-1 overall
for the season while SPU improves to 2-4-1. The victory gave
Seattle Pacific coach Cliff McCrath 543 in his career, just one
short of moving into second place all-time in NCAA history.
Feldtman (So., Lander, WY) made six saves in goal for the
Yellowjackets, but gave up a season-high three goals. He made
three saves in each half. The game was scoreless until the 40th minute when SPU’s Jeremy Bonner beat Feldtman after recovering a
rebound off the crossbar. The Falcons added their second goal
just after halftime when Michael Morris scored in the 49th minute, again off a rebound. SPU added an insurance goal in the
70th minute for the final margin.
MSU Billings, now 0-4-0 all-time against
Seattle Pacific, will be idle Saturday before taking on Seattle
University on Sunday afternoon. The Redhawks are ranked No. 8 in
the Far West Region with a 5-2-0 overall record. MSUB is 0-2-0
all-time versus Seattle. Game time is scheduled for 3:00 p.m.