Georgia State suffers heavy loss against North Carolina

The Georgia State Men’s Soccer team loss 4-0 against nationally No. 15-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels.

Georgia State had a chance in the fifth minute, but Rashid Alarape’s effort was saved by the Tarheels goalkeeper.

North Carolina went on the offensive testing Cochran in the 6th and 25th minute. Cochran came up with the saves, but was helpless two minutes later.

Tar Heels player Tyler Engall sent a through ball in to forward Andy Craven who put the ball in the net.

In the 33rd minute, North Carolina doubled their lead when a Tar Heel slipped a Panthers defender with a turn. The Tar Hells scored a belter into the top-left corner from 35 yards.

Reeling, Georgia State was hit again before halftime. A well-taken corner kick in the 43rd minute found the back of the net to see the half end with the Panthers down 3-0.

North Carolina outshot the Panthers 8-1 and took three corner kicks.

The second half belonged to the Tar Heels as well, with them seeing four chances to grab another goal come close.

They broke through in the 89th minute, when a Tar Heels player cut in from the right and chipped Cochran to find the net.

The men’s soccer team plays Appalachian State Saturday at 7 p.m. in a Sun Belt Conference game