ATLANTA, Ga. - The Stetson men's soccer
team completed its 2012 season on Sunday with a 2-1 overtime loss at Georgia
State. Junior JJ Bostic scored his first
goal of the season in the defeat.
just 41 seconds remaining in regulation, and the Hatters trailing 1-0, Bostic
put one in the back of the net to tie the game and send the two teams into
overtime in Stetson's season finale.
Bostic received a ball on the right side and beat Panther goalkeeper
Vincent Foermer to the near post. He was
assisted by junior Raffaele Centofanti and senior Caleb Matthews on the play.
marked Bostic's third career goal in his two seasons as a defender for the
Hatters. Centofanti's second assist of
the season was his third career helper out of the back for Stetson. Matthews, meanwhile, tallied his first career
assist on the play, finishing the season in a tie for the team's third leading
scorer with one goal and one assist.
team was able to put anything on the scoreboard until Georgia State scored in
the 81st minute of play. Alex
Vivanco recorded his seventh goal of the season when he chipped a host over
Stetson goalkeeper Andreas Schnabl to give the Panthers a 1-0 lead late in the
the Hatters tied the game on Bostic's heroics late in the contest, the two
squads went into overtime tied 1-1. Just
about midway through the first overtime period, a Stetson turnover led to
Georgia State's game-winning score in the 95th minute. Michael Nwiloh tallied his first score of the
season to give the Panthers the victory.
Stetson finished the 2012 season with a 3-10-2 overall
record, and just missed out on the Atlantic Sun Tournament with a league mark
of 2-5-1. Senior Kai Eckenrode led the
squad with five goals and one assist for 11 points on the season.