Sept. 28, 1997
St. John's Too Strong for Providence
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Providence College men's soccer team was
defeated by defending national champions, St. John's, 4-1, Sunday,
September 28 at Providence, R.I.
The first goal of the game was credited to St. John's at the 12:44
mark when a PC defender inadvertently kicked the ball into his own
goal. Sophomore midfielder Carlo Acquista scored St. John's second
goal at 40:13 after receiving a pass from senior midfielder Jesse Van
Saun. Junior midfielder Stefani Miglioranzi netted St. John's third
goal at 44:59 on a pass from Carlo Acquista. Junior midfielder Robert
Wile scored St. John's final goal at 63:40. The Friars' only goal was
scored by senior captain Juan Acevedo at the 64:57 mark when he
converted on a pass from freshman midfielder Dane Smith.
St. John's goalkeepers Dani Braga and Jeffrey Stoklosa did not record
a save in the win. PC's Dan Pires registered nine saves in the loss.
St. John's improved its overall record to 8-0-1 and 4-0 in the BIG
EAST, while Providence dropped to 2-7-0 overall and 1-5 in BIG EAST
Providence College returns to action on Wednesday October 1 against
the University of Rhode Island at Kingston, R.I.
St. John's (8-0-1; 4-0) 3 1 -- 4
Providence (2-7-0; 1-5) 0 1 -- 1
SCORING: SJU, Own Goal 12:44; SJU, Carlo Acquista (Jesse Van Saun) 40:13; SJU, Stefani Miglioranzi (Acquista) 44:59; SJU, Robert Wile (Unassisted) 63:40; PC, Juan Acevedo (Dane Smith) 64:57.
SAVES: SJU, Dani Braga 0 (64:57); Jeffrey Stoklosa 0 (25:03): PC, Dan Pires 9.