CapU Blues Sunday soccer recap

Third-year forward Jeremy Monn-Djasngar scored a hat trick in Sunday's 6-0 win over Langara. Photo Tae Hoon Kim / Capilano University
Third-year forward Jeremy Monn-Djasngar scored a hat trick in Sunday's 6-0 win over Langara. Photo Tae Hoon Kim / Capilano University

Women's Soccer

Capilano 0
Langara 3

After Saturday's contest was postponed due to field conditions on the North Shore, the Capilano women's soccer team suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the Langara College Falcons on Sunday afternoon in Vancouver. 

The Blues fell behind early when Guilia Repole scored for the Falcons in the 12th minute, and Langara then doubled their lead 10 minutes later on a goal from Nicole Bell.

CapU fired eight shots in the second half, but couldn’t cut into the lead – and Repole put the game away in the 83rd minute with her second goal of the game.

The loss drops the Blues to 0-1-2 and fourth place in the PACWEST with two points.

Capilano is back at it next weekend with a home-and-home against Douglas College, whom they tied 3-3 in their prior meeting last weekend. Saturday’s game is at 1:00pm in Coquitlam, while Sunday’s is at 12:00 at Lillooet Park in North Vancouver.

Men's Soccer

Capilano 6
Langara 0

Jeremy Monn-Djasngar opened the scoring for CapU in the 12th minute, and both he and the Blues didn’t look back – with Monn-Djasngar recording a hat trick and Capilano defeating the Langara College Falcons 6-0 on Sunday afternoon.

Keith Jackson quickly added insurance with another goal in the 16th minute, and the fifth-year then scored his second of the game and third of the season at the 34 minute mark to make it 3-0 heading into halftime.

CapU continued to press in the second half, with Bryce Millway scoring his first of the season and Monn-Djasngar completing the hat trick with two more goals to secure the 6-0 win. 

In total, the Blues fired 30 shots in the contest and 12 on target. On the flip side, Hudson Nelles made four saves to record his second shutout of the season.

The win keeps Capilano undefeated in 2018, and keeps them in second place behind Douglas College. The Blues and Royals will square off next weekend in a home-and-home, with Sunday’s home game starting at 2:30pm at Lillooet Park in North Vancouver. In their prior meeting this year, the two sides played to a 1-1 draw.