Potter Sets Career-High in Loss to Salisbury

Potter Sets Career-High in Loss to Salisbury

SALISBURY, Va. - The Virginia Wesleyan University men's soccer team fell late to Salisbury, 1-0, on the road Saturday afternoon. With the result, the Marlins move to 1-4 on the season while the Sea Gulls improve to 5-1.

Neither team was able to find the back of the net throughout the first half and both teams had their best chances come in the second stanza. Coming off the bench, Kevin Prophet had the Marlins lone shot on target which came in the 74th minute. Two minutes later, Salisbury put a shot on net that beat Griffin Potter and ended up the game-winner. 

Despite the loss, Potter finished with 10 save which set a new career-high for the sophomore netminder.

Men's soccer returns to action again at 7 p.m. on Friday as the team travels to Randolph-Macon to open up conference play.