FSU Men’s Soccer Earns Win Against Penn State Altoona
As the regular season journey comes to an end, Frostburg men’s soccer captured yet another victory on Thursday when they defeated Penn State Altoona, 5-1.
Freshman Hunter Jarmon spoke out about his team’s recent victory and preparations for the post season. “It feels great getting the last non-conference win. It gives the team a lot of confidence heading into the run of conference play, especially the freshman who are experiencing it for the first time.” Hunter, who is a freshman himself, has already begun to start his legacy by stepping up and scoring his first goal along with two assists during this game.
Including Hunter Jarmon, five different players scored for Frostburg, making it the second highest scoring output of the season. Freshmen Guy Nabo, K.J. Davis, and Kelvin Tata made their presence known by earning goals. This game was a victory in itself, allowing its youngest players to step up and make big plays. “I think it just shows how dangerous we are as a whole. For the most part everyone who got on the score sheet yesterday was a freshman with the exception of Owen. Serigne Gueye, another freshman gave out two assists, so the future looks bright for the team”, Jarmon states.
With conference games coming just around the corner, the momentum that this team has carried over the last few games may be enough to give them the confidence they need to secure another win. When asked about the team’s future, Jarmon stated “We are definitely prepared for the first conference game against Wesley; especially coming off two big road wins. Coach has put a lot of emphasis on these games so everyone understands the importance of them. It’s just a matter of showing up to play come game day.”
When asked how it feels to be apart of this team and make such an impact, Jarmon states “I love this team, everyone gets along so well. The upperclassmen have done a great job mentoring the underclassmen and just always being there for advice on and off the field. I’m just trying to do whatever I can to help the team get a win. Any stats are just a confidence boost.”
Frostburg will be back in action to play Wesley on Saturday October 3rd at 5:00 p.m.