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Men's Soccer Travels to Marist for MAAC Play
Courtesy: Canisius College Athletics  
Release: 10/08/2013
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The Canisius College men’s soccer team (4-3-2) heads down the New York State Thruwway on Wednesday to meet the Marist Red Foxes in MAAC soccer action. Game time at Tenny Stadium in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., is set for 1 p.m.

• Canisius opened the conference portion of the 2013 schedule against Manhattan Oct. 5 and the teams played to a 0-0 draw.
• The tie against the Jaspers at home moved Canisius to 8-15-2 all-time in MAAC openers.
• Senior goalkeeper Ryan Arvin made five saves for the Blue and Gold to post his third shutout of the season and the fourth in his career.
• Prior to the 0-0 tie against Manhattan, the last time Canisius played a scoreless draw in MAAC action was against Marist at home Oct. 2, 2011.

• The Griffs wrapped up non-conference play with a 4-3-1 record.
• It marks the first time since Canisius joined the MAAC in 1989 that the team posted a winning record in non-conference play in consecutive seasons. The Griffs were 7-1-2 against non-league foes in 2012.
• Canisius finished the 2013 non-conference season strong, going 3-1-1 in its last five games after a 1-2-0 start.
• The key for the Griffs’ improvement was on the defensive end. After allowing nine goals in the first three games of the season (3.00 per game), Canisius has surrendered just five tallies in the last five contests (1.00 per game).

• The Griffs moved to ninth in the latest NSCAA North Atlantic Poll, released Tuesday.
• Canisius has reached as high as sixth this season (Sept. 3).

• In 17 previous meetings in the series between Canisius and Marist, the Red Foxes hold an 11-5-1 advantage.
• Canisius, however, holds a 4-1-1 advantage in the last six meetings, highlighted by last season's 2-1 win at Marist.
• Last season, junior Eric DeHond made seven stops in goal for the Griffs in his first career start.
• In the last meeting, Canisius junior Jon Cary recorded a career-high three points in the team's win, highlighted by his first career goal. That marker ended up being the game-winning tally for the Griffs.

• Marist enters Wednesday's game with an overall record of 1-8-0 to go with an 0-1-0 record in league play.
• The Red Foxes dropped their MAAC opener at Rider by the score of 3-1 on Oct. 5.
• Marist, which is 1-2-0 at home this season, is being outscored 19-4 on the season.
• Senior Anthony Sokalski has started all nine games in goal for Marist this season where he has a 2.07 goals against average and a a .732 save percentage.

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