In his fifth and final regular season game in the MCAC, Breton buried his first career goal for the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers and help set up two others in a 13-1 win over Assiniboine Community College.
“His attitude and character have contributed to the overall way our team thinks about soccer and plays the field so for Michael to have a big offensive impact in his final game; that was a big plus for our group”, says CMU Head Coach, Russell Willms.
In their two meetings this season, the Blazers shut the Bobcats out twice by a score of 4-0. If that is not enough evidence for Breton and Co.’s suffocating defence, the fact they posted 4 shutouts and a 1.0 goals-against average over 10 games, should be.
An interesting match up in tomorrow’s game could potentially be Breton’s containment of Osian Edwards, Brandon University’s leading scorer who netted 8 goals this season, good for 4th in the conference.
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