October 8, 2011
York rolls over Baruch, 3-0
JAMAICA, N.Y. — The York College men won by their largest margin of the season, defeating Baruch College, 3-0, in a City University of New York Athletic Conference contest Saturday afternoon.
York has won three of its last four matches.
The win could help assure the Cardinals host a first-round game in the upcoming CUNYAC championships, as the victory improved their record to 4-11 and 4-3 in the conference, putting them in second place.
York’s first goal came 25 minutes in after Peterson Jean dished a pass to the reigning CUNYAC rookie of the week, Andre Adelson, who rifled a low shot pass the goalkeeper’s left side and into the net.
In the second half, Baruch (5-6-1, 3-2-1) applied a lot of pressure and a had a handful of good scoring opportunities, but keeper Pierrson Pierre-Louis made several big stops to preserve the lead.
York added an insurance goal, when Wilkerson C. Jean Jacques scored an impressive goal, kicking the ball from about 25 yards in the top right corner of the net for a 2-0 lead.
The Cardinals sealed the victory in the 82nd minute, when Menard Millus connected for an unassisted to goal.
York will visit Medgar Evers at Aviator Field in Brooklyn on Wednesday at 7 p.m.