NEW LONDON, N.H. – Junior Chipe Culum (Manchester, NH/Central) broke a scoreless deadlock with 4:26 remaining in the second overtime Tuesday
to lift Plymouth State College past Colby-Sawyer College in a non-conference men’s soccer game at Mercer Field.
PSC freshman Brad Wyman (Manchester, NH/Oyster River) received the ball off a Colby-Sawyer goal kick and sent it to Culum, who blasted in a shot
from about 15 yards out for his third goal of the season.
Making his first start of the year, Panther sophomore goalkeeper Jayson Smith (Northwood, NH/Coe-Brown) recorded two saves en route to his second
career shutout. Commonwealth Coast Conference Rookie of the Week Adam Perron (Hampden, MA) stopped nine shots in the Chargers’ net.
Ninety minutes of regulation has seldom been enough for either team this season. Plymouth improved to 1-1-2 in overtime, while Colby-Sawyer (7-3-3)
played its third consecutive overtime game, and fifth of the season, and fell to 1-1-3 in bonus play.
Colby-Sawyer is headed to Salem State (Mass.) for a 6:00 p.m. game on Thursday evening, while the Panthers are off until Saturday when they will
take on Little East Conference foe Western Connecticut at 1:00 p.m. in Danbury.
(Courtesy Colby-Sawyer Sports Information)