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No. 5 MEN'S SOCCER HOSTS CAMBRIAN SATURDAY AT 7:30 P.M.

No. 5 MEN'S SOCCER HOSTS CAMBRIAN SATURDAY AT 7:30 P.M.
Game Info No. 5 Humber vs. Cambrian
Date Sat. Sept. 22
Venue OSA
Time 7:30 p.m.
Live Stream Not Available
Live Stats Click Here
Social Hawks Gameday
Series Record Humber leads, 7-0-1
Last Meeting W, 4-0 (9/3/18)
Streak W4

The Storyline
The No. 5 Humber men's soccer team returns to the Ontario Soccer Centre Saturday to conclude its regular season series against Cambrian (2-2, 4th Central). Kickoff is set for 5:30 p.m.

*Program note: Due to a conflict in schedule, this match will not be live streamed; however, live stats will be available for those unable to attend.

Last Time Out
Playing against a defensive-minded opponent, Humber cruised to a 4-1 victory at Conestoga on Sept. 19. Federico Leal recorded his first two goals for Humber, while freshman Sebastian Zeballos recorded his first career OCAA victory.

Scouting Cambrian

  • The Golden Shield have won two straight matches, outscoring their opponents 4-1 over that span.
  • Richard John leads Cambrian with three goals in four matches.
  • Keeper Dylan Roossien has played in all four matches for the Golden Shield and enters Saturday's contest with a 2-2 record.

Previous Meeting
Sparked by a flurry of second-half goals, the Hawks raced past Cambrian, 4-0, to start the '18 campaign. Luca Baldassarre opened the scoring in the 65th minute, followed by 2018 Indoor Championship MVP Bradley Fenton's goal in the 76th. In the dying minutes, Tomasz Balicki added two tallies of his own.

After spending a year playing in Sweden, two-time national champion Karman Singh returned between the posts for Humber, playing all 90 minutes and recording the clean sheet.

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 Luca Baldassarre 24 4
6 Vito Del Duca 23 4
  Jaineil Hoilett 23 4
8 Andrew DaSliva 19 3


Home Is Where the Heart Is
Since men's soccer returned to Humber in 1993, the Hawks are 93-7-8 at home during the regular season. The Hawks have currently won 17 consecutive matches at home, five shy of the program record of 22 set in 2007.

What's Next?
No. 7 Humber will host George Brown (1-0-3, 4th Central) Sept. 26 at the Ontario Soccer Centre. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. and will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network.