Three Thoughts: Electric City 2-3 FC Monmouth

Matt DeLuca

Communications/Lead Broadcaster

Watkins Makes History

Forward Regsan Watkins made history in the team’s 3-2 victory over Electric City, as he became the all-time leading goalscorer in team history. He scored his fourth and fifth goals of the season in the first half, tying and breaking Jordan Saling’s record of four that was set during the 2018 season. It was also the first multi-goal game for an FC Monmouth player since Ryan Hammer scored two at Torch FC on June 23rd, 2018. Those two games are the only occasions in which an FC Monmouth player has scored more than once.

Electric First Half

FC Monmouth recorded 12 shots in the first half, leading to the three goals that they scored in the game. The mark was the highest the team has ever recorded in a single half in team history. The three goals in the first half is also tied for the most amount of goals in a single half, as they reached the mark on July 7th, 2018 at New Jersey Copa FC.


Coming Home Strong

Wednesday night’s match was the final game of a stretch where FC Monmouth played four of five games away from Count Basie Park. During the stretch that began on May 22nd, FC Monmouth went 3-1-1, with all three of those wins coming on the road. Three of the four FC Monmouth wins this season have been on the road, and they return home for three-straight matches on Saturday, where they hold a 5-0-2 all-time record. 

Evan McMurtrie