MORROW, Ga. -- The Georgia Southwestern men's soccer team allowed a pair of goals in each half Wednesday afternoon at Laker Field in a 4-1 loss to Clayton State University.
The Hurricanes have lost six of their last seven matches and fall to 4-6-1 overall and 0-3 in the Peach Belt Conference, while Clayton State has won two of its last three and evened its mark at 6-6 overall while picking up its first PBC win of the season (1-2).
Dean Foster opened the scoring with a goal in the 21st minute for Clayton State and from there it was the Dionysius Harmon show, as he turned in a hat trick for the Lakers.
Silvio Polly accounted for GSW's lone score when he converted a penalty kick in the 58th minute for his sixth goal of the season.
GSW keeper Joshua Swift stayed busy down the stretch making 10 saves over the final 45 minutes.
Clayton State finished with a 15-6 shots on goal advantage and a 6-1 edge in corner kicks. Fouls favored the Hurricanes, 11-6.
Up Next: GSW returns to Americus to host Reinhardt University, for its final non-conference match of the season, Saturday at 1 p.m.