Lennox Sets New Single Season Record for Men's Soccer

Lennox Sets New Single Season Record for Men's Soccer

On Sunday, October 12th, Michael Lennox placed the ball on the ground twelve yards away from the opposing teams goal. Once the whistle blew, Lennox drove a penalty kick to the lower left post giving the Owens CC goalkeeper no chance of making the save. With the score, Lennox recorded his 14th goal of the season, marking a new all-time single season goals scored record for the men's soccer team.

Michael Lennox surpassed former Saints standout Andreas Corrales (2004-2005) for the single season record, who had 13 goals during the 2004 season. Lennox has played big all season, but his best showcase of the season was against Monroe CC when he tallied 3 goals giving him a hat trick against a perennial national contender in MCC.

With PSU New Kensington this week, and the region finals at the beginning of November, Lennox still has time to add to this impressive feat. Congratulations Michael Lennox on setting a new all-time mark in Saints athletics history.