Connecticut College 3, Salem State U. O Lockwood & Dieng Score 58 Seconds Apart for Camels

Connecticut College 3, Salem State U. O Lockwood & Dieng Score 58 Seconds Apart for Camels

NEW LONDON, Conn.--Chris Lockwood (Glastonbury, Conn.) and Ousmane Dieng (Brooklyn, N.Y.) scored 58 seconds apart from each other in the opening half to lead the Connecticut College men?s soccer team to a 3-0 victory against Salem State University on Freeman Field this afternoon.

Rookie midfielder Freddie Yao (San Francisco, Calif.) chipped in with a second half score for the Camels. Senior Charlie Overton (pictured, Far Hills, N.J.), Michael Milhollen (Foxboro, Mass.) and Brooks Clark (Boxford, Mass.) all contributed with assists for the winning side.

Senior keeper Mark Cameron (Bethesda, Md.) made four saves in 86:29 of action to earn his third shutout of the season for the hosts. Rookie net-minder Liam Lofgren (Westbury, N.Y.) logged the closing 3:31 in the blanking for the Camels. Junior keeper Greg Enos (Peabody, Mass.) made eight saves in the setback for the Vikings.

Senior central midfielder Mitch Tepe (Sterling, Mass.) played a solid game for the visitors as did senior forward Kevin Gallo (Como, Italy).

The Camels improved their record to 9-4 with the triumph, while the Vikings slipped to 3-7-3 in the loss.

The Camels got on the board in the 15th minute of action. Overton delivered a nice ball on a corner from the right side and Lockwood one-timed it past Enos at the near post side of the goal. Overton now has three assists this fall. All of them have been realized on game-winning scores.

Less than a minute later, the Camels extended their lead when Milhollen assisted Dieng for a score. The Camels enjoyed a 6-4 advantage on the shot chart at the half and carried a 2-0 edge on corners.

In the 50th minute of play, the Camels closed out the scoring on a nifty looking hook up between Clark and Yao. Clark drew in the Salem defense and delivered a beautiful pass to Yao. The rookie standout unloaded with a 15 yard blast into the far post side of the net. The Camels closed out the game with a 13-to-7 edge in shots and a 10-3 advantage on corners.