Soccer team struggles, seeks additional players

Troy A. Bruzewski, Sports Editor

Though netting its first multiple-goal game of the season, the Madison College men’s soccer team was still a half-dozen scores behind Milwaukee Area Technical College, Sept. 21.

The WolfPack entered Friday’s game, winless at 0-6 and had been outscored 18-0 in their previous three games.

Madison College snapped the slide of unanswered goals, however, Milwaukee trounced Madison, 8-2. The loss dropped Madison College to 0-7 this season.

Two days earlier, the WolfPack dropped a 6-0 decision to Joliet, which was their third consecutive shutout loss. Madison College lost 8-0 to Triton and 4-0 to Moraine Valley, the previous week.

Coach Sam Ramirez extended an invitation to any full-time Madison College student with experience in competitive soccer, to get in the game.

An organizational meeting was held Sept. 18, for interested students to discuss potentially joining the team. Those who were unable to attend the meeting, are encouraged to contact Ramirez by email, at [email protected]