Ancilla generated quality scoring chances against the Surge of Cincinnati State, but were unable to take advantage. Outscoring the Chargers 3-0, Cincinnati State clinched the number one seed in the NJCAA Region XII tournament. Defeating Muskegon Community College improved Ancilla’s Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) record to 5-2, bringing them to a first place tie in the conference with the Jayhawks. The only goal of that game came from the Chargers’ Dominic Harris in the 69th minute.
“I’m very proud of the way my team played this weekend. I wish we had been more effective against Cincinnati State, but they played tough. I hope the victory over Muskegon gives the team a boost of confidence as we prepare for our next game,” noted Ancilla coach Adam Hall.
The Chargers will host Jackson College, Saturday, October 26 at 1:00 p.m. It is an important game for Ancilla as they have the possibility of claiming sole possession of first place in the MCCAA conference.