Arundel, MD - On Saturday, May 31st, Legacy 76 picked up its first win of the inaugural season, taking down the ASA Charge 1-0 at Carrol Field in Arundel, Maryland. The crucial road victory puts the team in possession of third place within the Mid Atlantic Conference heading into a key match against 2nd Place DC United U-23's on Friday, June 5th in Fairfax, VA.
Former CNU star, Bryan Lybert was critical to the Legacy's success, getting in behind the Charge's defense early and often. In the 39th minute, he hit pay dirt, slipping a ball past ASA Goalkeeper, Chris Torres, netting the only goal of the game. Reilly Maw (William and Mary) came on in the second half, putting four shots on goal, managing to hit the post on one occasion, but was unable to find the back of the net. Legacy 76's defense was stellar throughout the match, with William and Mary goalkeeper Mac Phillips picking up the shutout.
Legacy 76's next home game will be on Tuesday, June 10th for a match against the reigning NPSL National Champions, RVA FC. The game will kickoff at 7:00pm at Wanner Stadium at the Warhill Sports Complex. For more information, visit www.valegacysoccer.com or follow the team on Twitter @Legacy76NPSL.