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CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - After securing its third-straight win on Saturday, the UConn men's soccer team heads on the road to play Boston College at Newton Campus Field at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 22. The game will be broadcasted on WHUS.org, 91.7 FM.
Connecticut (3-0-3) picked up a 1-0 win over URI on Saturday night at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium, highlighted by the first career goal from freshman forward Fredrik Jonsson. The Husky defense recorded its fourth shutout in six matches and the team extended its unbeaten streak to 13-straight, dating back to the 2014 campaign. Prior to the match, the squad held a moment of silence for former head coach Joe Morrone, who passed away early Thursday morning.
On Monday, Jonsson and redshirt-sophomore keeper Scott Levene earned recognition from the American Athletic Conference with a spot on the league's weekly honor roll. Levene, who sports a 0.30 GAA, has been placed on the honor roll in each of the first four weeks of the 2015 season. As a team, UConn ranks sixth in the nation with a 0.30 GAA and also checked in in 11th with a 0.67 shutout percentage.
Tuesday's match will be the 43rd all-time meeting between the two programs. UConn leads the series, which dates back to 1974, 31-8-3. Boston College sports a 4-2-0 record in the 2015 season, including a 1-1-0 mark in ACC play. The Eagles are coming off a 2-0 win over Pittsburgh on Sept. 19. Four players have recorded at least two goals, led by Simon Enstrom and Travor Davock with three each. Overall, BC holds a 3-1-0 record at Newton Campus field.
Fans unable to attend the contest can keep up with the match via a live video feed and gametracker. Links are posted above.
The Huskies are 1-0-0 on the road this season, topping Harvard 2-1 on Sept. 10 at Jacobs' Field in Cambridge, Mass.
To keep up with the team during the season, follow @UConnMSOC on Twitter. Fans are encouraged to use the hashtags #EveryGameMatters or #EGM for the 2015 campaign.
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