WolfPack men's soccer give up two and tie Mount Royal

By Larry Read
September 24, 2017 - 9:46am

Calgary, AB—The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer team saw their unbeaten streak extend to six as they wound up tying the host Mount Royal University Cougars 2-2 in Canada West play on Saturday (Sept 23).

The WolfPack led the match 1-0 at the half and gave up two goals in the second 45 minutes.


TRU got goals from Maxime Fieujean (2nd year, defender, Servas, France) made his regular season debut and scored the match’s opening game.    Jan Pirrates-Glacsmacher (1st year, defender, Barcelona, Spain) had the other goal for the Pack who need that goal late to tie.

Alex Ram (1st year, keeper, Leicester, England) made his first Canada West start and made two saves.

The WolfPack picked up a number of cards including a red card to Ryan Glanville (5th year, midfield, Williams Lake, BC) in the 20 th minute and Fieujean in the 52nd minute.



Goal scoring:

TRU— 34:31---Maxime Fieujean from James Fraser (2nd year, forward, Penticton, BC) top right corner. TRU 1  Mount Royal 0
Mount Royal-53:47—James Munoz unassisted-free kick from outside the area. TRU 1 Mount Royal 1
Mount Royal -87:35-Orest Ndabaneze assisted by Jake Vickers: bottom left corner.  Mount Royal 2  TRU 1
TRU---89:27—Jan Pirrates Glachmacher unassisted: right top corner   TRU 2   Mount Royal 2

Shots:    Mount Royal: 2-6: 8  TRU: 4-2: 6        Corners:   TRU 2-2:4   Mount Royal 2-1:3

Saves:   TRU 0-2:2   Mount Royal 2-1:3

Keepers:  TRU: Alex Ram (1st year, Leicester, England)   Mount Royal: Kyran Valley


TRU  3-1-4 (2nd in Pacific)               Mount Royal  2-3-2 (4th in Prairie)


TRU head coach John Antulov: 


The WolfPack  will  conclude the road swing tomorrow (Sept 24) as they visit Saskatoon and the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.

They will then return home to entertain the University of Fraser Valley Cascades in a noon kick off on Saturday, September 30th.  That match will be a “Canada West TV Game of the Week” and be free of charge for the public.

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