Ben Ruefly, sophomore defender, returns the ball to the Builders' side. The men's soccer team currently has a record of 2-0. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Innocent Niyonkuru, junior forward, looks ahead to pass to a teammate. Of the previous two games, the Builder men have kept their competitors from putting a single point on the board. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Bryson Barrett, senior defender, works to keep the ball from entering opponent territory. Barrett was injured during his junior season, but has returned for his last season as a Moundbuilder. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Ram Keller, freshman forward, dribbles the ball in midfield. Keller is ranked second in the division in assists, having brought four assists so far this season. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Rosendo Martinez, sophomore midfielder, attempts to beat opponents to a soaring ball. The men's soccer team will play Saturday at Texas College. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Alex Perez, junior midfielder, dribbles the ball near the 40-yard line. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Bryson Barrett, senior defender, heads the ball during Wednesday evening's game. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Tre Thomas, senior forward, smiles after making a goal against Manhattan Christian University. Thomas has scored a total of four goals this season, bringing him to be ranked fourth in the division for goals. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Ivan Canales, junior defender, prepares to kick the ball during the game against Manhattan Christian University. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)
Amanual Kibreab, sophomore forward, dribbles against a defending Manhattan Christian University player. (Tessa Castor/Staff photographer)

By Tessa Castor

Staff reporter

The men’s soccer team competed against Manhattan Christian University on Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. in Richard L. Jantz Stadium, finishing the game with a 5-0 win. This marked the second victory of the season for the Builders, having defeated Randall University last week.

The soccer team’s next game will be on at 4 p.m. on Sept. 1 at Texas College.

Tessa Castor is a junior majoring in English. You may email her at