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TWU soccer: Spartan men lose twice at Keg Spring Cup

The Trinity Western Spartans men’s soccer team was not as fortunate in their Keg Cup games.

The team was up 1-0 but surrendered four goals in a 14-minute span early in the second half in a 4-1 loss to the UBC Thunderbirds.

Andre Costa had the Trinity Western goal.

“We let it get away from us in a hurry and couldn’t recover,” said TWU coach Pat Rohla. “The overall performance was poor from many of our players and we’re still struggling to find ways to win on the road.”

And in the third-place game, the Spartans fell behind 2-0 to Victoria in a 2-1 loss.

Daniel Lowen had the team’s lone goal.

The team hosts Seattle Pacific tomorrow (Saturday) at 1p.m. in their final spring game.

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