Men’s soccer looks for consistency on offense

The Citrus College men’s soccer team has had mixed results through its first five games of the season.

With a 2-2-1 record, the Owls have struggled offensively with only four goals scored and having been shut out in three games.

On the defensive side, aside from a 7-0 rout at home against Cerritos on Aug. 30, the Owls have only allowed two goals.

Freshman goalkeeper Gabriel Perez-Negron has recorded eight saves and not allowed a goal in his two starts of the season.

Another freshman, forward Enrique Acosta has delivered with the game-winning goal in each of the two Owls wins.

With three straight road games ahead, Citrus College will travel to face Moorpark College at 4 p.m. Sept. 23.



John Michaelides is the editor-in-chief of the Clarion. He is a communications major who hopes to transfer to Cal State Fullerton next year. John loves Disneyland, Star Wars, Marvel, "The Office," the Rams and Lakers.

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