The New Jersey men's soccer team saw their losing streak reach six games losing to Centenary College 7 to 0 Wednesday in Hackettstown, N.J. It was their first game without freshman goalkeeper Thomas Frangieh (Newton HS/Newton, NJ), who broke his leg against Marywood University four days earlier and was having a standout rookie year.

The Cyclones outshot the Knights, 23-10, including an 11-3 edge in shots on goal. Senior goalkeeper Jason Rogers (Washington, N.J./Warren Hills) posted three saves for his program-leading 16th-career shutout.

Leading 2-0 at halftime, Centenary turned on the jets in the second half pushing the lead to 5-0 within the first 20 minutes of the second half.

The Knights return to action against Penn State Brandywine on Friday.