GEORGETOWN, KY – Brescia traveled down to Georgetown College for their fifth exhibition of the season. The Bearcats came out early and created a few good chances in the opening minutes of play. Kerby Edme would get on the ball, beat three Georgetown defenders and find Karim Ndoye who would fire his shot off the far post. The ball would find its way back to Edme who would give the Bearcats the early lead. The lead would be short lived as Georgetown would take control of the match and take the 2-1 lead into half time.
It would be Georgetown who would continue to push the tempo in the second half, adding a third and fourth goals to extend their lead. Late in the match, Jean Laurent would find Karim Ndoye, who would set the ball off for Ricardo Majano who would give the Bearcats their second goal of the game. Georgetown would add a fifth goal in the dying seconds, where the match would end 5-2 in favor of Georgetown.
"For the second match in a row we score an early goal, then pack our bags and call it a day. We have great potential, but we have a lot of issues we need to sort out before we can reach our potential. We have to get back to doing the small things, before we can even focus on the big picture or the wins. We will regroup and try to get a result on Saturday" stated Head Coach Will Van Nostrand.
Brescia will host Shawnee State University on Saturday the 9th with kickoff at 3PM CST, following the Brescia Women's game at Kamuf Park.