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Men’s Soccer: Ohio State drops road match at Syracuse 3-0

Ohio State then-redshirt sophomore goalie Parker Siegfried (1) sends the ball back downfield in the game against BGSU on Sep. 22. Ohio State won 1- 0. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Managing Editor for Design

The Ohio State men’s soccer team lost its road match 3-0 at Syracuse on Monday night.

The Buckeyes (1-9-2) have now failed to secure a victory in the last 10 matches, while the Orange (6-4-1) have now run their winning streak to three games.

Junior forward Massimo Ferrin scored twice for Syracuse, once off an assist from freshman midfielder Ryan Raposo to open the scoring and once off an assist from freshman forward Nathaniel St. Louis.

Ferrin added an assist on Raposo’s goal, the second of the night for the Orange, part of a five-point affair for the Mississauga, Ontario native.

The Orange outshot Ohio State 12-6 on the night and drew seven corner kicks compared to three for the Buckeyes.

Ohio State redshirt junior goalkeeper Parker Siegfried made three saves, while his counterpart senior goalkeeper Hendrik Hilpert did not face much stress on the night as he did not record a save en route to his third clean sheet of the season, and second in as many games.

The Buckeyes are back home at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on Friday night at 7 pm as they welcome No. 13 Michigan State for Senior Night.

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