Frederick, Md.- FCC men's soccer made it five in a row with key contributions from everyone on Tuesday with a victory over Allegany College of Maryland by the score of 12-0.
Jafeth Varela-Herra, Dimitriz Castellanos, Hugo Morales each earned their first collegiate goals. Quincy Tyler tallied three assists in the victory, Carlos Granados, Joey Bomango, Bilal Hassane Souley and Adam Needle each earned points as well. Maycol Nunez scored six goals for the Cougars and broke Kenny Putnam's record that has been held since 1995. Nuñez has 15 goals in the season in six games and he is approaching the single season school record of 18 goals. Furthermore, Nunez is top five in the country in goals.
"It's an honor to be a part of this school's history and I would like to thank my teammates and coaches for helping me reach that" said Nuñez on his record-setting day.
FCC Head Coach John LaRocca is pleased with the recent results and has his team playing well at the right time of the year. "I am very happy to get our second shutout in a row, and I am extremely happy for us to stay in first place, said LaRocca. "We have some big tests coming up and hopefully we will keep up our momentum for Friday against Hartford. All our guys are bought in and believe we can win it all this season, we just have to make sure we go one game at a time."
Frederick takes on Harford this Friday (9/30) at home at 4PM.