WASHINGTON, D.C. - With a conference win over Scranton last weekend, the Catholic University men's soccer team has moved up to No. 9 in the Mid-Atlantic Region rankings put together by the United Soccer Coaches organization.
The Cardinals remain in the rankings for the third poll of the season with a 4-2 record to begin the year. The top three are unchanged, with Messiah topping the rankings with a 6-0-1 record followed by Franklin & Marshall and Lycoming rounding out the top three. Landmark foe Drew moves up to sixth in the Mid-Atlantic.
Head Coach Travis Beauchamp and his team are 2-0 at home so far this season, and have given up just seven goals in the six opening matches. Senior Brian Galfond has led the line on the offensive end with a team-high three goals and two assists.
Catholic faces a challenging test in it's return to action today with a home match against Salisbury at 4 p.m. The Sea Gulls are 6-1-1 to begin their season. After the midweek game, the Cardinals will travel to Drew for another conference battle against the Rangers on Saturday, September 29 at 1 p.m.
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