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Pilots Flight Report: Men’s Soccer – October 19 & 20

Monday, October 21, 2019

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Pilots Flight Report: Men’s Soccer – October 19 & 20
The Providence Pilots Men's Soccer team honoured five graduating athletes this past sunday and they participated in the final regular season home game. Braeden Owen, Jay Thielman, Jonathan Fulford, Devin Vermette and Josue Lucas have been playing soccer here at Providence for 4 years and will be graduating in the spring.
The Graduating Athletes who receive this recognition have competed as a varsity athlete at Providence for a minimum of two years and are graduating with a minimum of a 3-year bachelor’s degree.
These athletes are valued by the institution for their commitment to their studies and for completing their degree here at Providence.
These athletes are valued by their respective teams for their long-term commitment to the program. Their experience, dedication and leadership are major contributing factors to the success of their teams.

Game #1
GAME: Providence Pilots vs Red River College
SCORE: Win 3-0
DATE: October 19
LOCATION: Winnipeg, MB

Game #2
GAME: Providence Pilots vs Assiniboine Community College
SCORE: W 12-0
DATE: October 20
LOCATION: Otterburne, MB

Little bit of a tough last couple weeks in that we've struggled to get our games in. In the States due to a blizzard we weren't able to play 2 out of our 3 games, and here in Canada our last 3 games have been against depleted teams. However, despite the limitations, our guys performed well, kept the clean sheets, and scored lots of goals. I think our team offense has a lot of ability and we know we can create quality chances. I thought Devin Vermette, Josue, and Aneil all had good weeks as well as various other guys. We've been looking forward to playoffs for months, ever since last semester really. I hope we get good crowds out and that we can put some good soccer together for this weekend. It's the same 4 teams as last year, and everyone has a decent squad. I'm extremely confident in my group of boys though, and I can't wait for Saturday! - Joseph Passi

Josue Choez: Those last two games gave us the opportunity to try new things and improve as a team. I feel like we made those improvements and are set up well to make a good run in the playoffs

Devin Vermette: It was a positive weekend for the team. It gives us a boost of confidence heading into playoffs this coming weekend

NEXT UP: MCAC Championships
DATE: October 26 & 27
LOCATION: Otterburne, MB

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