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No. 5 MEN'S SOCCER RETURNS TO THE PITCH WEDNESDAY AT CONESTOGA

No. 5 MEN'S SOCCER RETURNS TO THE PITCH WEDNESDAY AT CONESTOGA
Game Info No. 5 Humber at Conestoga
Date Wed. Sept. 19
Venue Budd Park Field
Time 8 p.m.
Series Record Humber leads, 17-1-2
Last Meeting W, 4-0 (10/14/17)
Streak W3

The Storyline
No. 5 Humber men's soccer (2-0, 2nd Central) returns to the pitch on Wednesday to take on Conestoga (0-2-1, 5th Central) at Budd Park Field. Match time is set for 8 p.m.

Last Time Out
Tied at one after 45 mins, the Hawks used four second-half goals to defeat the UTM Eagles (0-3, 6th Central) during their 29th OCAA season opener.

Nicholas Machado scored his first career goal for Humber, recording the game-winner in the 61st minute. Just under two minutes later, Jordan Piccinin – making his first appearance for Humber since the 2016 national championship match – scored in his return.

Keeper Nick Frenati recorded his sixth career win for Humber, making two saves.

Scouting Conestoga

  • The Condors enter the match on a two-game slide, getting outscored 8-0 over that span.
  • Conestoga is coming off a 3-0 loss to Cambrian that saw their starting goalie Ian Anderson-McKenzie and Rick Medeiros were ejected with red cards.
  • At Conestoga, the Hawks are 8-1-2 in the regular season, with their only loss occurring in 1981.

Previous Meeting
Humber came away with a 4-0 win over Conestoga on Oct. 4, 2017. All-Canadian Jaineil Hoilett finished with two tallies for the Hawks, while Daniele Clemente and Bradley Fenton add one of their own.

Scoring Race
Teammates Luca Baldassarre and Jaineil Hoilett continue to climb Humber's all-time career scoring list.

Player No. Years
1 Jesse Calabro 35 4
2 Michael Aigbokie 31 5
3 Aleks Janjic 29 3
4 Kwame Osei 26 3
5 Vito Del Duca 23 4
  Luca Baldassarre 23 4
7 Jaineil Hoilett 21 4
8 Andrew DaSliva 19 3


Streaking
The Hawks have not lost an OCAA regular season match since Sept. 14, 2013 – a 1-0 loss to the Niagara Knights. Since, Humber owns a 36-match unbeaten streak, with a record of 32-0-4 during that span.

Clean Sheets
Since 2009, Humber has recorded 73 regular season victories – 46 of which were shutouts (63.0 per cent).

What's Next?
No. 5 Humber will return to the Ontario Soccer Centre Sept. 22 to host the series finale with Cambrian (2-2, 3rd Central). Kick off is set for 7:30 p.m.