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Men's Soccer Prepares for Wednesday Contest vs. Cincinnati

Scott Levene posted a shutout against the Bearcats during the 2014 season.
Oct. 5, 2015

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STORRS, Conn. --
After a double-overtime setback to Memphis on Saturday night, the UConn men's soccer team looks to get back on track when it plays host to American Athletic Conference foe Cincinnati on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium. Kickoff for the contest is set for 7 p.m. and will be broadcast by WHUS, 91.7 FM.

The Last Meeting
October 8, 2014
Cincinnati, Ohio
Huskies Earn 0-0 Draw Against Conference Foe Cincinnati
The UConn men's soccer team earned a 0-0 draw against Cincinnati Wednesday night on the road at Gettler Stadium despite outshooting the Bearcats 17-5 in the match. With the tie, the Huskies move to 3-5-2 overall and 1-1-1 in conference play, while Cincinnati now stands at 3-5-3 in 2014 and 0-2-1 in the American Athletic Conference.

Fans unable to attend the contest can keep up with the match via a live video feed and gametracker. Links are posted above.

UConn (3-3-3) fell, 1-0, to the Tigers over the weekend in its second conference tilt of the season despite holding am 11-to-8 shot edge throughout the 105-minute match. The Huskies have never dropped four consecutive matches under 19th-year head coach Ray Reid.

Saturday's meeting will be the seventh time the two programs have met on the pitch in a series that dates back to 1998. Both teams sport a 2-2-2 all-time series record and played to a scoreless draw on Oct. 8, 2014 in the last meeting.

Through the most recent NCAA stats release on Oct. 4, UConn checks in at No. 36 in the country with a 0.44 shutout percentage. Additionally, the team's 0.71 GAA is good for 29th in the nation. Individually, Scott Levene 0.71 GAA is third in The American and 29th overall, while his .788 save percentage is 49th.

Cincinnati enters the match with a 6-4-1 overall record, most recently playing to a 1-1 draw with league foe Tulsa on Saturday night. The Beatcats own a 1-0-1 record in American Athletic Conference play and are led offensively by senior midfielder Alejandro Garcia, who has tallied a team-best seven goals through 11 matches. As a team, Cincinnati is averaging 1.64 goals per game but is surrendering 1.73 goals/gm to opponents.

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