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Men's Soccer Closes Regular Season on Saturday vs. USF

Scott Levene has posted six shutouts in the 2015 campaign.
Oct. 29, 2015

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– With three American Athleti c Conference standings points on the line, the UConn men’s soccer team rounds out regular season action on Saturday, Oct. 31 when it hosts USF at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. and will be broadcasted by the American Digital Network as well as, 91.7 FM.

The Last Meeting
September 26, 2015
Tampa, Fla.
UConn Drops Conference Opener, 1-0, to USF on Saturday Night
Despite putting up 10 shots, the UConn men's soccer team fell, 1-0, to conference rival USF on Saturday night at Corbett Stadium in Tampa, Fla.

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UConn (6-5-5, 2-3-2 The American) extended its unbeaten streak to four-straight with a 1-0 win over in-state rival Yale on Tuesday night at Morrone Stadium. Junior co-captain Kwame Awuah netted his first goal of the season at the 50:39 mark, while redshirt-sophomore keeper Scott Levene picked up his sixth clean sheet in the net.

Saturday’s match will be the 15th time the two programs will meet on the pitch in a series dating back to 1988 and the fifth in the last two seasons. UConn leads the all-time series, 9-2-3, but fell 1-0 to their Tampa-based foes at Corbett Stadium on Sept. 26.

Since the start of the 2011 campaign, UConn is 43-6-10 (.814) when playing at Morrone Stadium. Since the team joined The American prior to the start of 2013, it owns a 19-4-7 (.750) mark on its home field.

In the fourth addition of the RPI release (Oct. 26), UConn checked in at No. 69, up 27 spots from the first version on Oct. 5 and 13 spots from a week ago. In total, six American Athletic Conference programs were ranked in the top-100, lead by No. 7 USF.

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.