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Cincinnati Athletics: Men's Soccer Hand No. 17 Temple First Loss

The Cincinnati Bearcats men's soccer team has been busy, winning four, losing two and drawing twice.

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The Bearcats have won four, lost two and tied twice since our last check-in.

Sept. 11 - The University of Cincinnati men's soccer team fell to cross-town rival Xavier, 2-1 on Sept. 11. Cincinnati played well in the second half, but couldn't put an equalizing goal in the back of the net. Xavier scored first, in the 17th minute, and added their second goal in the 69th. Alejandro Garcia scored for the Bearcats in the 75th minute, but Cincinnati couldn't score again. Full recap courtesy of

Sept. 14 - The Bearcats played another home game, this one against IUPUI, and won 2-1. Emmanuel Appiah and Garcia scored for Cincinnati with Appiah's goal coming in the 43rd minute on a penalty kick. Garcia scored in the 61st minute before IUPUI scored in the 67th. Full recap courtesy of

Sept. 17 - The Bearcats were victorious on Sept. 17 against Green Bay, winning 2-0. Jack Clark scored the first goal for Cincinnati and then Appiah scored the second goal in the second half. Goalkeeper Alex Gill had three saves. Full recap courtesy of

Sept. 23 - Cincinnati's men's soccer team fell to Cleveland State, 3-1. The Bearcats struck first with a goal from Stefan Bangsund in the 7th minute, but Cleveland State scored the next three goals in the 47th, 51st and 79th minutes. Full recap courtesy of

Sept. 26 - Cincinnati faced off with No. 17 Temple, winning 3-2. It was the first loss for the Owls. Garcia scored the game-winning goal in the 85th minute after he tied the match at two each in the 77th minute. Terence Carter scored Cincinnati's first goal. Full recap courtesy of

Sept. 30 - Cincinnati moved to 6-4 on the season with a 3-0 win over Oakland. Appiah, Garcia and John Manga each scored for the Bearcats. Full recap courtesy of

Oct. 3 - The Bearcats went into overtime against AAC foe Tulsa, but the game still ended in a 1-1 draw. Christian Hay scored in the second half for Cincinnati. Pedro Diaz registered six saves as goalkeeper. Full recap courtesy of

Oct. 7 - Cincinnati's most recent match was Wednesday, Oct. 7 against UConn. The game ended in a 1-1 tie after two overtime periods. Cincinnati (6-4-2) fell behind 1-0 on a UConn goal in the 27th minute, but the Bearcats equalized with Garcia scoring in the 64th minute. Full recap courtesy of

The men's soccer team will next play on Oct. 10 in Tampa, Fla. against USF. The game starts at 7 p.m.