LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) – As far as endings go, they don’t get much better than that.
Louisville goal keeper Scott Goodwin finished out his soccer career Monday at Slugger Field making three saves in almost 33 minutes of scoreless action, helping Louisville City beat Montreal 2-0.
Last month, Goodwin announced he was leaving the team for Harvard Medical School. Monday’s game was his last.
“It’s bittersweet,” said Goodwin after the game. “Knowing this is the last time I’m going to hear those fans, it’s something I’m going to miss a lot.”
Goodwin did not start for Louisville. He came in in the 58th minute to a standing ovation from the fans.
After the game, Goodwin was picked up by his teammates right in front of the Coopers section at Slugger Field.
Louisville extended its unbeaten streak to 15 games.
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