Late goal leads to LCU men's soccer's longest winless streak in - FOX34 Lubbock

Late goal leads to LCU men's soccer's longest winless streak in program history



Score: Eastern New Mexico, Lubbock Christian 1 

Records: Lubbock Christian (2-7-1, 1-4-1), Eastern New Mexico (3-5-1, 2-4-0)

Location: Greyhound Stadium, in Portales, N.M.


• LCU’s Brandon Couling tallied his first goal of the season.

• LCU was led in shots by Edwin Regules with three.

• Eight different Chaps played all 90 minutes.


• ENMU scored the opening goal with Raith Houle in the 39th minute, converting on a corner kick opportunity.

• Couling tied the game at 1-1 with a goal as 10:40 remained in regulation. The goal was assisted by Victor Domingues.

• ENMU regained the lead for ENMU 2:03 after Couling’s goal with a goal by Mitchell Meisinger, which proved to be the difference.


• The goal by Couling, his first career goal since joining LCU, was also his first collegiate goal (transferred to LCU after two seasons with Salem International).

• LCU is winless in their last five games (0-4-1), marking a program record streak.

• The Chaps are now 1-5 in games decided by one goal.

• LCU was without the services of Andres Ramirez (caution accumulation), who was leading their team in minutes played (non-goalie) entering the game.

• The Chaps are now 18-12-1 all-time in Heartland Conference contests and 11-6-0 all-time in Heartland Conference road games.

• Lubbock Christian went 0-4-0 on their four-game road trip. LCU has only played two of their 10 games at home.  They will now return home for their next two home games.

• LCU is now 2-4-3 all-time against the Greyhounds.

• The Chaps move to 1-7-0 on the road this season (went 6-3-0 last season on the road) and 33-24-5 all-time in road play.


28:27 – LCU played the game’s final 28:27 on a man-advantage after a red card was issued to ENMU’s Jose Jaramillo. LCU had a 7-3 advantage of shots during the final span. Each team had a goal during the stretch.


Lubbock Christian (2-7-1, 1-4-1) finally comes home Thursday, but waiting for them is No.25 Midwestern State (7-2-1, 5-1-0) for a Heartland Conference contest.

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