Men's Soccer Goes Out of Conference on Tuesday
| Lafayette (1-10) vs. Yale (3-5-1)
|Date||Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 7 p.m.|
|Location||Easton, Pa. | Oaks Stadium|
|Live Video||Patriot League Network|
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- Lafayette matches up with Yale on Tuesday evening, going out of conference for the first time since Sept. 20. The Leopards are looking to snap a three-game skid, sitting at 1-10 on the year overall, while Yale enters with a 3-5-1 overall record out of the Ivy League.
- Senior goalkeeper Brad Seeber made his return to the net against Holy Cross after missing five games due to head and hand injuries suffered in the Fairfield match. In Worcester, Seeber made four saves while allowing two goals in the loss. Classmate Brian Ehrlich has played admirably in his stead, coming up with two big-time saves to keep the Bison off the board in the Leopards’ lone victory on Sept. 23.
- Head coach Dennis Bohn is working with a young squad this season, featuring just four seniors with three of them being goalies. The Boston U. starting lineup featured two seniors (Moyse and Seeber), one junior (Joe DeStefano), six sophomores (Chris Gomez, Diego Gomera-Tavarez, Dylan Royalty, Evan Vare, Ryan Goncalves and Adam Bramson) and two freshmen (Martin Ssessanga and Andrew Venezia).