WolfPack men’s soccer keeps winning

Madison College men’s soccer team is now ranked No. 7


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Madison College’s Gabe Voung battles for a ball at midfield against Milwaukee Area Technical College. Voung scored a career-high four goals to lead the WolfPack to a 9-0 victory.

Clarion Staff Report

After a 5-0 start on the season, the Madison College men’s soccer team has received recognition as one of the top team’s in the nation. The most recent NJCAA coaches poll has the WolfPack ranked No. 7 in the nation.
In its most recent match, Madison College showed why others rate them so highly.
Madison College dominated Milwaukee Area Technical College, 9-0, at home on Sept. 7.
It was the fourth time this season the WolfPack has scored four or more goals in a match and the team’s fourth shutout of the season.
Freshman Gabe Voung led the way against Milwaukee, with four goals to help the WolfPack reach a 5-0 start for the first time since 2007.
Jacob Howard added two goals and an assist, while Adriano Ponte, Caeben Schomber and Vimas Worjloh each scored one goal for the WolfPack.
Vong leads the team with nine goals on the season, including three multi-goal matches.
Phil McCloskey and Vimas Worjloh split time in goal against Milwaukee, with each playing a half. But the WolfPack was so dominant in the match, that neither of them were required to make a save.
Madison College’s next match is at home against Harper College at 4 p.m. on Sept. 14. The team then hosts McHenry County College on Sept. 17 at 1 p.m.

Madison College 8, Bryant & Stratton College 0
After a scoreless first half, Madison College exploded for eight second half goals to defeat Bryant & Stratton College, 8-0, at home on Aug. 31.
Five players scored in the match for Madison College. Caeben Schomber, Richie Lima and Adair Tlato each scored twice, while Adriano Ponte and Vong both added a goal.