LIVE: Eastern Florida vs. Broward Men’s Soccer

By  //  October 17, 2014

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ABOVE LIVE STREAM: The Eastern Florida State College men’s soccer team hosts Broward in Key Men’s Soccer Game.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – After playing Broward College to a 1-1 double overtime tie a week ago in Pembroke Pines the Titans need a victory over Broward to gain the advantage in the three-game series that determines the NJCAA Region 8 representative in the postseason.

After playing Broward College to a 1-1 double overtime tie a week ago in Pembroke Pines the Titans need a victory over Broward to gain the advantage in the three-game series that determines the NJCAA Region 8 representative in the postseason.

After playing Broward College to a 1-1 double overtime tie a week ago in Pembroke Pines the Titans need a victory over Broward to gain the advantage in the three-game series that determines the NJCAA Region 8 representative in the postseason.

First kick is at 7 p.m. on the Melbourne Campus. Admission is free.

EFSC also will recognize 11 sophomores for Sophomore Night at this last regular season home game. They are: Ivan Magalhaes, Khori Foster, Keenan King, Kyle Carr, Jorge Madera, Jordan Muir, Colton Johnson, James Togbah, Justin Gavin, Farias Juarez and Romario Grant.

Eastern Florida comes into the game ranked sixth nationally by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and eighth nationally by the NJCAA.

The Titans (9-2-1) have scored 60 goals — good for sixth nationally — and allowed 12. The Titans are averaging 20.5 shots per game, good for eighth nationally. They have 72 assists good for second in the country and 90 corner kicks, good for ninth.

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Freshman Cleef Desir leads EFSC with 11 goals. Muir has nine goals and eight assists for a team-high 26 points. Juarerz has seven goals and six assists.

Freshman goalkeeper Nate Himes has allowed two goals in 381 minutes in four games, tying him for second nationally in goals against. Madera has allowed nine in 590 minutes in eight games and freshman Carlos Quintana one goal in 135 minutes in three games.

Broward comes into Friday at 6-2-1. The Seahawks have scored 24 goals and allowed 12. Freshman Nehemiah Parry leads in scoring with seven goals.


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