St. Mary's Men's Soccer Ends Season at Catholic
|St. Mary's (Md.) (7-10)||1||0||1|
|1st - 27:43||Chris Quamina (St. Mary's (Md.))|
|2nd - 48:04||Chris Larson (Catholic)|
|2nd - 49:27||Brian Maher (Catholic)|
|2nd - 77:12||Alex Sagastume (Catholic)|
|2nd - 81:27||Mike Brennan (Catholic)|
|St. Mary's (Md.)||Catholic|
Chris Quamina - 1
A: Matthew Braun - 1
Sh: 2 Players (#17, #18 - 2)
Sv: Nate Ramsland - 6
4 Players (#7, #9, #23, #25 - 1)
A: 3 Players (#5, #9, #22 - 1)
Sh: Earl Hamilton - 4
Sv: Cam McGrory - 3
|TEAM STATISTICS||St. Mary's (Md.)||Catholic|
|Shots (on goal)||8 (4)||23 (10)|
Washington, D.C. – Senior forward Chris Quamina (Ellicott City, Md./Mount Saint Joseph) scored for the Seahawks in his final collegiate contest but it was not enough as the St. Mary's College of Maryland men's soccer team dropped a 4-1 decision to Catholic University of America in St. Mary's 2011 season finale.
St. Mary's wrapped up its first campaign under head coach Alun Oliver with a 7-10 overall record, notching the most wins since an 8-9-1 mark in 2008.
Quamina gave the Seahawks an early 1-0 lead as he found the back of the net at 27:43 after collecting a feed from first-year forward Matthew Braun (Bowie, Md./DeMatha Catholic). St. Mary's carried that 1-0 lead into intermission despite Catholic outshooting the Seahawks, 12-2, in the first half.
The Cardinals (13-3) exploded for four unanswered goals in the second stanza, scoring two in the first four-and-a-half minutes of the half. Junior forward Mike Brennan (Feasterville, Pa./St. Joseph's Prep) paced Catholic in the win with a goal and an assist.
First-year Nate Ramsland (Catonsville, Md./Mount Saint Joseph) notched six saves in his first career start as the Cardinals finished with a 23-8 shot advantage. The Seahawks did edge Catholic, 4-3, in corner kicks.