Chris Mulholland made three saves in 52 minutes for Lehman. (Photo courtesy of Lehman SID)
NEW PALTZ, N.Y. – The Lehman College men concluded their road trip with 5-0 loss to SUNY New Paltz at South Turf Field Sunday afternoon.
Lehman (2-2), which came off a hard-fought sudden death extratime win over Bard College 24 hours prior, was outshot 21-7 (10-2 on goal) by New Paltz (4-1).
Junior goalkeeper Chris Mulholland made three saves in 52 minutes, while freshman Demiraldo Grunasi had two stops in 38 minutes.
New Paltz took a 2-0 halftime lead after goals from senior defender Sebastian G-S Archer and sophomore midfielder Kevin Doorley in the ninth and 17th minutes, respectively. Senior midfielder Dowsley Lifschitz made it 3-0 two minutes into the second half, before senior defender Brendan McGaley added fourth goal for New Paltz in 49th minute. Archer closed out the scoring with his second tally of game in the 65th minute.
Lehman will heold its home opener at South Field as it faces Purchase College Thursday at 7 p.m.