9.25.20 GVLvNTX recap DL
Greenville Triumph SC

Match Recap: North Texas SC 0, Greenville Triumph SC 1

 North Texas SC returns home to face Fort Lauderdale CF on October 3 at Globe Life Park

  • Goalkeeper Carlos Avilez recorded five saves
  • North Texas SC returns home to face Fort Lauderdale CF on Saturday, Oct. 3 at Globe Life Park 

Greenville, SC (Sept. 25, 2020) - North Texas SC falls 1-0 to the league-leading Greenville Triumph SC after conceding a late goal at Legacy Early College Friday night. 

Game Summary

First Half:

  • 27’ – Thomas Roberts attempted a left-footed shot from outside of the box that was deflected out for a corner kick.
  • 35’ – Kevin Bonilla’s cross was cleared out by Greenville’s defender Brandon Fricke out for a North Texas SC throw-in.
  • 38’ – Greenville’s Jake Keegan’s shot attempt from outside of the box was comfortably saved by Carlos Avilez.
  • 45’ + 4’ – Carlos Avilez was forced to make back-to-back saves and managed to deflect the ball out with his shoulder for a Greenville corner kick. 
  • 45’ + 6’ – A shot from Greenville’s Jake Keegan was punched out by Carlos Avilez for another corner kick.

Second Half:

  • 55’ – Collin Smith’s left-footed shot inside of the box went wide left of Greenville’s goal.
  • 69’ – Arturo Rodriguez attempted a right-footed shot from outside of the box that went slightly wide right of the Greenville goal.
  • 86’ – Greenville’s Jake Keegan scores the first goal of the match after tapping in the cross from Alex Morrell from close range.


North Texas SC — Carlos Avilez, Juan Alavrez, Brecc Evans (Kevin Bonilla – 5’), Derek Waldeck (David Rodriguez – 90’), Justin Che; Alisson dos Santos, Thomas Roberts, Nicky Hernandez; Collin Smith (Beni Redzic – 61’), Arturo Rodriguez, Ricardo Pepi (Ronaldo Damus – 61’)

Substitutes not used — Luis Zamudio

Greenville Triumph SC — Dallas Jaye; Brandon Fricke, Cesar Murillo, Tyler Polak, Evan Lee; Alex Morrell, Aaron Walker (Paul Clowes – 67’), Noah Pilato, Joshua Donnelly (Omar Mohamed – 72’), Lachlan McLean (Andrew Booth – 90’ + 5’), Jake Keegan

Substitutes not used — Paul Christensen, Matthew Powell, Colin Stripling, Trevor Swartz

Scoring Summary:
 Jake Keegan (Alex Morrell) — 86’  

Misconduct Summary:
Tyler Polak (Caution) — 16’
GVL: Joshua Donnelly (Caution) — 56’

Weather: Clear, 65℉

Referee: William Steffen
Assistant Referees: Zachary McWhorter, Justin Howard
4th Official: Joe Sucholski