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Vikings lose on senior night

By Walker Sacon

 

A flurry of late chances by the Vikings weren’t enough to overcome a two goal first-half deficit as the Western Men’s Soccer Team fell 2-1 to Concordia University at Robert S. Harrington Field on Saturday night.

The loss came in the team’s final home game this season and came on a night when the Vikings celebrated the six seniors on this year’s team.

Saturday’s loss leaves the Vikings with a 6-6-4 (5-4-2 GNAC) record. The team will close out their regular season on Sunday, Nov. 5, against Simon Fraser University in a game which was rescheduled from Thursday due to snow.

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