Towson, Md.--The Georgia State men's soccer team conceded its first goal in two matches and fell at Towson 1-0 in its regular-season finale on Saturday.
The Panthers await the results of Saturday night's Colonial Athletic Association contests for seeding in next week's six-team post-season tournament. GSU clinched a spot in the CAA Tournament for the first time in school history with a 1-0 win over VCU on Wednesday night.
GSU midfielder Yasser Majluf led the team with four shots while sophomore forward Evan Scott had three. GSU conceded its first goal in nearly 204 minute at the 2:26 mark in the first half. Towson freshman Daniel Grundei fired home a loose ball after sophomore Enrico Skrypzak sent a ball into the box.
The Panthers outshot the Tigers 17-9 and owned a 5-3 edge in corner kicks. Towson goalkeeper John Steele made six saves to earn his first shutout of the season. GSU goalkeeper Vincent Foermer made one save in the losing effort.
GSU now prepares for the CAA Tournament which begins on Nov. 10. Depending on the final standings, Georgia State will play a first round game at either 5 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. on Thursday with the second round on Friday and the Championship match following on Sunday. Visit www.GeorgiaStateSports.com next week for tournament central to get all the information on GSU's first trip to the CAA Tournament.