Mercer County Community College escaped John L. DiMarco Field with a victory Saturday, scoring in double overtime to win 3-2 over Monroe Community College in men's soccer action.
Seven goals allowed the Shorter College men's soccer team to stay undefeated in conference play on Saturday, as they beat the Faulkner University Eagles 7-1.
The Saint Leo men’s soccer team (3-2) outpaced the Georgia Southwestern University Hurricanes (0-5) by the final score of 5-0 Friday night at University Field. The Lions were led by senior Brandon Whitsett (Palm Harbor, Fla.), scoring two goals in the shutout victory. Eusebio Montoya (Smithfield, N.C.) added a goal and an assist while Jonathan Glenn (Maloney Gardens, T&T) and freshman Bobby Huertas (Lutz, Fla.)scored his first collegiate goal.
The UDC Firebird Men’s Soccer Team notched their first win of the 2008 season this afternoon, defeating the Goldey-Beacom Lightning 8-2 in Washington, DC. Freshman forward Karl Moukagna performed a hat trick while scoring four of the UDC goals to lead the team to the win.
Shastri Spencer (Cresco, PA/Notre Dame) scored a career-high four goals as the MCC men's soccer team defeated visiting Jamestown-Olean 17-0 Wednesday night.
Freshmen Keith Williams II (Trinidad & Tobago) scored three times and Andre Anderson (Manchester, Jamaica) added two goals as the Bengals offense ignited in their conference opener vs. Fisher in East Boston, MA. Dwayne Smith (St. Elizabeth’s, Jamaica), Andrew Gervais (Frenchville, ME) and Henley Comrie each added a goal a piece while Jermaine West (St. Elizabeth’s, Jamaica) had three assists.
The Lincoln University of Pennsylvania men’s soccer team used some late firepower to defeat Penn State-Brandywine, 3-1, Wednesday afternoon. The Lions’ late burst helped coach Z. Joseph Jallah earn his first career coaching victory.
Duke University senior Mike Grella scored a pair of second-half goals to lead the Blue Devils to a 3-1 victory over No. 22 Virginia Tech in the teams’ ACC men’s soccer opener. Duke pushed its win streak to three games with the Hokies being the second victory over a ranked opponent for the Blue Devils.
Senior Kyle Hall (Toronto, Ontario) is the Syracuse University Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week for the week of September 8, 2008.