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October 27, 2016 Emory Soccer Trio Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Teams Emory University soccer players senior Hannah Meyer and juniors Jason McCartney and Cody Gardiner have been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District teams as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced by the organization on Thursday afternoon.
October 27, 2016 Men's Soccer Heads to Brandeis and NYU This Weekend The Emory University Men’s Soccer team heads up north for two key University Athletic Association contests this weekend. On Friday, the Eagles will clash with the Judges of Brandeis University at 7:30 pm before traveling to Riverdale, NY on Sunday to face the New York University Violets at 1:30 pm on Sunday.
October 22, 2016 Men's Soccer Runs Unbeaten Streak to Five with 4-0 Victory at Covenant Four different Eagles registered a goal as the Emory University Men’s Soccer team breezed past Covenant College, 4-0, in non-conference action on Saturday afternoon in Lookout Mountain, GA. With the victory, the Eagles run their unbeaten streak to five games to improve to 9-3-1 overall while the Scots fall to 5-10-2 on the season.
October 19, 2016 Men's Soccer Heads to Covenant for Final Non-Conference Matchup The Emory University Men’s Soccer team embarks on a four-game road swing to close out the 2016 regular season, first traveling to Lookout Mountain, GA this Saturday to face Covenant College in the last non-conference matchup of the year. Kickoff is slated for 4:00 pm on the mountain.
October 16, 2016 Emory Men's Soccer Plays to 1-1 Tie with Carnegie Mellon The Emory University Men’s Soccer team played to a 1-1 double overtime tie with Carnegie Mellon University on Sunday afternoon at the Woodruff PE Center. The Eagles remain in second place in the UAA standings with the draw at 2-1-1, a game and half behind first place University of Chicago (4-0). The Tartans sit tied for the third following the result at 1-1-2 in conference play.
October 14, 2016 Men's Soccer Celebrates Senior Day with Double OT Win Over Case Western Reserve Junior Gabriel Vasconcelos lifted the Emory University Men’s Soccer team over Case Western Reserve University on Friday night at the Woodruff PE Center, scoring the golden goal in the second overtime period to give the Eagles the 2-1 victory over the Spartans. Emory has now won three straight to improve to 8-3 overall and 2-1 in the University Athletic Association. Case Western Reserve drops to 4-7-2 and 0-2-1 in UAA play.
Recent Results
Nov 05
Men's Soccer Final
at Rochester (N.Y.)
L, 1-0
Oct 30
Men's Soccer Final
at New York U.
W, 1-0
Oct 28
Men's Soccer Final
at Brandeis
L, 2-0
Oct 22
Men's Soccer Final
at Covenant
W, 4-0
Oct 16
Men's Soccer Final - 2OT
Carnegie Mellon
T, 1-1
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Moustafa KhattabMen's Soccer Sophomore Moustafa Khattab netted the game-winning goal against NYU on Sunday to help Emory post a 1-1 record over the weekend in UAA action. Khattab's goal was his fifth of the season and the third that acted as a game-winner, tying for the team lead. Read More
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Cody GardinerMen's Soccer Junior Cody Gardiner anchored an Emory defensive unit that held Covenant College to just five shots total, two on goal, in the Eagles 4-0 victory versus the Scots on Saturday. Gardiner added a goal in the win, marking his second tally of the campaign. With the victory, Emory pushed its season-long unbeaten streak to five games. Read More
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Michael CarragherMen's Soccer Junior Michael Carragher found the back of the net in the 39th minute to break a scoreless tie against Covenant on Saturday afternoon. His goal acted as the game-winner as the Eagles went on to defeat the Scots 4-0, pushing their season-best unbeaten streak to five games. Read More
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Jason McCartneyMen's Soccer Junior Jason McCartney led all Emory scorers with three points as the Eagles went 1-0-1 in two UAA games this past weekend to remain in sole possession of second place in the conference standings. McCartney assisted on Emory's first goal in a 2-1 OT win over Case Western Reserve on Friday night before registering Emory's lone tally in a 1-1 double overtime tie against Carnegie Mellon on Sunday afternoon. Read More
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Moustafa KhattabMen's Soccer Sophomore Moustafa Khattab scored the game-winner in the 87th minute as Emory took down previously unbeaten and 8th-ranked WashU on Saturday afternoon. Khattab added two assists to finish with four points on the week as he had a pair of helpers in the Eagles' 3-2 OT win at Birmingham-Southern on Tuesday night. During the two contests, Khattab aided in the defensive efforts, helping to limit BSC to 11 shots and WashU to 10 shots total. Read More
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Jason McCartneyMen's Soccer Junior Jason McCartney helped the Eagles go 2-0 this week, scoring two goals and dishing out two assists for six points in Emory's two wins over Birmingham-Southern and #8 WashU. On Tuesday, McCartney had a career-high five points (2G, 1A) and scored the golden goal to defeat BSC 3-2 in OT. On Saturday, McCartney collected his UAA-leading sixth assist, dishing out a helper on Emory's first goal against the eighth-ranked Bears. Read More
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Adam FergusonMen's Soccer Junior Adam Ferguson scored the lone goal for either team in Emory's 1-0 win over Sewanee on Wednesday night to give the Eagles their third straight win. Ferguson one timed a shot from the penalty spot, banking it in off the left post following the pass from classmate junior Jason McCartney in the 15th minute of the contest. The goal was the first of Ferguson's career. Read More
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Jake DeuelMen's Soccer Junior Jake Deuel recorded his first career shutout on Wednesday night, making three saves in Emory's 1-0 win over Sewanee University. Two of Deuel's three stops came in the final minute of action as he made a great one-handed diving save before making another close range stop moments later to preserve the 1-0 lead. Read More
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Moustafa KhattabMen's Soccer Sophomore Moustafa Khattab collected a team-high four points this weekend as the Eagles went 2-0 over Berry and Oglethorpe. Khattab assisted on both of Emory's two goals in the 2-1 win against the Vikings on Friday before registering the game-winning goal against the Stormy Petrels on Saturday night. Read More
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Jake DeuelMen's Soccer Junior Jake Deuel earned the first two wins of his career this weekend as Emory defeated regional foes Berry and Oglethorpe. Deuel made six stops total in the two victories including a career-high four in the win over the Stormy Petrels on Saturday night. Read More
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Jason McCartneyMen's Soccer Junior Jason McCartney led the Emory offensive attack this past weekend as the Eagles registered a 1-1 record against USA South foes, Methodist and NC Wesleyan. McCartney netted the game-winning goal in the victory over the Monarchs and collected his team-leading third assist on Emory's lone goal against the Battling Bishops. Read More
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Jason McCartneyMen's Soccer Junior Jason McCartney lead the Eagles with four points over the weekend, earning a spot on the Sonny Carter Invitational team as Emory went 1-1 in the annual tournament. McCartney assisted on a pair of goals in Saturday's double overtime defeat to Texas-Tyler and picked up his first goal of the season in Emory's 2-0 victory over Maryville on Sunday. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Matt scored the game winning goal for the Eagles in Saturday's 3-0 win over Rochester. Sherr put a header into the backpost in the 10th minute as Emory went on to win. Sherr also led the defensive unit that earned their 8th shutout of the season, limiting the Yellowjackets to just four shots on goal in the contest. Read More
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Austin MirabellaMen's Soccer Austin helped the Emory offense in a 3-0 win over Rochester on Saturday, scoring his first two goals of the season. Led the team with two SOGs, cashing in with both opportunities. Read More
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Leo RagazzoMen's Soccer Making his first start of the season, Leo helped the Emory defense limit the Birmingham Southern (11-2-2) offense to just one shot in the game. It was the lowest shot total allowed by an Eagles defensive unit since Sept. 23, 2009. Ragazzo also notched his first point since his sophomore season, assisting on the game-winning goal in the 95th minute to help Emory secure the 1-0 OT win over the Panthers. Read More
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Christian MeyerMen's Soccer Meyer found the back of the net in the 95th minute to give Emory a 1-0 OT win over Birmingham Southern on Wednesday night. It was Meyer's third game-winning goal in the past nine games, all of which have come in the 81st minute or later. He now leads the team in goals (5) and GWGs (3) and ranks T-2nd in the UAA in the GWGs category. Read More
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Christian MeyerMen's Soccer Meyer scored the game-winning goal in the 81st minute to power Emory to a 1-0 win over #17 Washington to extend the team's winning streak to six games and a 2-0 mark in UAA play. Meyer stayed on-side to receive the through ball from Scott Haley and beat three defenders before putting it past the Bears' GK for the game-winner. It was Meyer's fourth goal on the season and his second game-winner during the winning streak. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Sherr led the Emory defensive unit that limited 17th-ranked Washington to six shots in the game including just one on goal as the Eagles went on to win 1-0 to remain perfect in UAA play. Sherr had Emory's first real scoring opportunity in the 80th minute, taking the ball almost the length of the field and getting off a shot. A minute later, Sherr helped set up the winning goal, dishing a prefect touch pass to Scott Haley who in turned passed it to Meyer who scored the game-winner. Read More
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Abe HanniganMen's Soccer Abe posted his fourth straight shutout and his fifth of the season on Saturday in Emory's 1-0 win at Chicago, making three saves in the process. With the shutout, he became the all-time leader in program history with 22 career clean sheets. Read More
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Sebastian HardingtonMen's Soccer Sebastian's golden goal in double overtime gave Emory the 1-0 win over Chicago in the UAA opener for both teams. He now has a team-high five goals on the season and is second all-time in school history with three golden goals. Read More
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Moustafa KhattabMen's Soccer Moustafa played a big part on offense in Emory's 3-0 week as the rookie assisted on the game winning goal at Huntingdon and then scored the game winner for the Eagles the next day at Millsaps. He finished the week with a team-high 3 points. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Matt led the Emory defensive unit that did not allow a goal on just seven shots during the Eagles' 3-0 week. In the first game against Sewanee, he had some late game heroics with two outstanding diving defensive saves in the final minutes to preserve the 1-0 win. And against Huntingdon, he provided the lone goal in the game to help Emory to the 1-0 victory. Read More
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Christian MeyerMen's Soccer Christian scored the game-winning goal on Saturday afternoon in Emory's 2-1 win over Berry College. He battled the Vikings GK for possession of the ball after long Matt Sherr free kick and knocked in the game winner after gaining possession with just 2:36 remaining in regulation to help Emory snap its three game losing streak. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Matt helped Emory to a 2-1 victory over Berry College on Saturday in the Eagles' lone game of the week. Sherr led the defensive unit in limiting the Vikings to just six shots in the game with only three being on goal. He also assisted on the game winning goal in 88th minute which snapped Emory's three game losing skid. Read More
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Sebastian HardingtonMen's Soccer Hardington led the Emory offense during the first week of action, leading the team with three goals, nine shots and six SOGs. He was named to the Sonny Carter Invitational All-Tournament Team for his performance over the weekend. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Sherr led an Emory defensive unit that allowed just three goals (one via PK) on six shots on goal during the week. The senior was named to the Sonny Carter Invitational All-Tournament team after helping Emory to a 1-1 record during the tournament. Read More
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Abe HanniganMen's Soccer Emory University junior goalkeeper Abe Hannigan capped off his year with his eighth individual clean sheet of the season during the 14th-ranked Eagles 0-0 double-overtime draw at Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday. Hannigan faced 10 total shots in the game, turning away both of which were on goal for a pair of saves. He finished the regular season with a 0.56 goals-against average (the third-lowest mark in school history) and a .815 save percentage, to go along with a 12-3-2 overall record. In addition, his eight shutouts are tied for the second-most in school history in a season, one behind the school record set by Larry Meyer in 1986. Hannigan and the Eagles ended the 2014 regular season with a 13-3-2 record, including a 3-3-1 University Athletic Association (UAA) record, good for a third place finish in the conference. Read More
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Noah RosenMen's Soccer Emory University senior Noah Rosen keyed a defensive effort that led to a pair of shutout wins in conference play for the 24th-ranked Eagles last weekend. Rosen played all 180 minutes during the two victories, limiting the two opponents to a combined four shots on goal, and 22 total shots. During Friday night’s 1-0 win over the University of Rochester, the center back helped hold the Yellowjackets to two shots on goal. He followed that by allowing just six shots to Case Western Reserve University on Sunday, with just a pair on goal, en route to another 1-0 win. Rosen has started all 16 games he has played in this season, leading an Emory defense that has recorded eight shutouts and a 0.57 goals-against average. The Eagles improved to 13-3-1 on the year with the two wins, and moved into third-place in the conference with a 3-3-0 University Athletic Association (UAA) record. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University senior Dylan Price recorded the game-winning goal during the 24th-ranked Eagles 1-0 win over the University of Rochester on Friday night. Price broke a scoreless tie in the 82nd minute, taking possession of a blocked shot inside the box and sent a low shot past the keeper for his fifth goal of the season, and his second game-winning score. The shot was the lone attempt of the night for the forward, who came off the bench and logged 33 minutes of action in the game. Price leads all Eagles with 15 points this season (five goals and five assists), and ranks ninth in school history with 34 career goals, 14th with 81 points, and second with 13 game-winning goals. Price has helped Emory record a 13-3-1 record in 2014, including a 3-3-0 mark in University Athletic Association (UAA) games, good for third place in the conference. Read More
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Jeffrey CochranMen's Soccer Emory University senior midfielder Jeffrey Cochran assisted on three goals, including a pair of game-winning goals in overtime, to help the sixth-ranked Eagles to a pair of wins last week. All three of his assists during the week came on long throw-ins. He played 36 minutes against non-conference opponent Oglethorpe University on Wednesday, and assisted on Sebastian Hardington’s ‘golden goal’ with a long throw in the 107th minute that gave Emory a 2-1 double-overtime win. On Sunday, he assisted on both goals with long throws during a 2-1 overtime victory in the Eagles’ conference-opening win at Washington University (which entered the game as the 12th-ranked defensive team in Division III), including one on Matt Sherr’s game-winning goal in overtime. Cochran has four assists this season, including a pair on game-winning goal, and his nine career game winning assists are tied for the fourth most in the program’s history, and two behind Patrick Carver’s school record of 11. Cochran and the Eagles have won 11-straight games, and are one of 11 undefeated teams remaining in Division III with an 11-0-1 record. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Emory University junior center back Matt Sherr co-captained the Eagles’ defense and scored a goal of his own to lead the sixth-ranked Eagles to a pair of victories last week. Sherr played all 200 minutes of action, helping hold the two teams to a combined 28 shots, with 11 on goal. During Wednesday’s 2-1 double-overtime win over Oglethorpe University, he played 107 minutes and took one shot, while limiting the Stormy Petrels to eight shots on goal. On Sunday, he helped the Eagles open conference play with a 2-1 overtime win at Washington University (Mo.), limiting the Bears to just eight total shots and three on goal, and scoring his first career ‘golden goal’ in the 93rd minute. For the season, Sherr has scored two goals and assisted on another, while helping the Eagles defense record a 0.56 GAA. Emory remained one of 11 undefeated teams in Division III with an 11-0-1 record in 2014. Read More
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Sebastian HardingtonMen's Soccer Emory University junior Sebastian Hardington scored three goals, including a pair of game winners, during a pair of wins for the seventh-ranked Eagles last week. During Wednesday night’s 2-0 win over regionally-ranked Birmingham-Southern College, Hardington scored the game-winning goal in the 76th minute, while playing a total of 57 minutes and taking two shots, both on goal. The forward followed that performance on Saturday with the first multiple-goal game of his career, scoring a pair against the University of the South, including the game winner in the 14th minute and a second on a penalty kick in the 85th minute. He played 52 minutes in the game, taking a pair of shots, both of which were again on goal. Hardington leads all Emory players and is tied for third among University Athletic Association (UAA) scorers with five goals this season, and his four game-winning goals are the most in the conference. Hardington and the Eagles have won nine-straight games, and are one of just 17 remaining undefeated teams in Division III with a 9-0-1 overall record. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Emory University junior Matt Sherr co-captained a defense that notched a pair of shutouts last week, leading the seventh-ranked Eagles to two wins. Sherr was the only Emory field player to play all 180 minutes during the two games, helping hold the two opponents to a combined 16 shots and five shots on goal. The center back helped hold regionally-ranked and previously undefeated Birmingham-Southern College to just 10 shots, only four of which were on goal, during a 2-0 Eagles’ victory. He followed that by helping to limit the University of South to just six shots, with one on goal, in a 3-0 win on Sunday. Emory has a 0.48 goals-against average this season, including a 0.24 GAA and five shutouts in the seven games Sherr has played in this season. In addition, the Eagles have not allowed a goal in the last 415 minutes and 57 seconds of game time, spanning over the last five games. Sherr and the seventh-ranked Eagles are one of 17 remaining undefeated teams in Division III this season, and have won nine-straight games to improve to 9-0-1 overall. Read More
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Noah RosenMen's Soccer Emory University senior center back Noah Rosen helped lead the eighth-ranked Eagles to a shutout win on the road against Berry College on Saturday. Rosen played all 90 minutes of the affair, helping hold the Vikings to just four shots on goal, and 11 total shots. The shutout was the second-straight for Rosen and the Eagles’ defense, and the team’s fourth in the last six games. Rosen, a team co-captain, has helped the Eagles’ defense record a 0.60 goals-against average, while holding opponents to averages of 10.3 shots and 3.6 shots on goal per game. Rosen and the Eagles have won seven-straight games to improve to 7-0-1 for the 2014 season. Read More
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Jason AndrejchakMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Jason Andrejchak scored the game-winning goal during the eighth-ranked Eagles 1-0 triumph at regionally-ranked Berry College on Saturday. Andrejchak struck for the game’s only goal in the 13th minute off an assist from Dylan Price. It was his team-leading fourth goal of the campaign, three of which have been game winners. Andrejchak also leads all Emory players with seven points this season. The Eagles have won seven-straight games to improve to 7-0-1 on the season. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Emory University junior defender Matt Sherr was named the Most Valuable Player of the Warrior Classic last weekend, and helped the 13th-ranked Eagles to three wins last week. Sherr was a key member of an Emory defense that recorded a 0.63 goals-against average and held the opposition to 32 shots and 10 shots on goal during the three games, while also adding a goal and an assist of his own. On Wednesday night, Sherr played all 106 minutes of the Eagles’ 2-1 double-overtime win over Covenant, helping hold the Scots to just two shots on goal and assisting on the game-tying score in the 65th minute. At the Warrior Classic, the center back helped the Eagles defeat Rhodes College 5-1, playing 81 minutes and holding the Lynx to 10 shots and five shots on goal, while scoring his first goal of the season in the 71st minute. Sherr wrapped up play at the Warrior Classic on Sunday, leading Emory to a 3-0 win over host Hendrix College, allowing just 11 shots, including three on goal, to the Warriors in 84 minutes of action. Sherr has played in five of Emory’s seven games this season, helping the team record a 0.39 goals-against average and three shutouts in those contests. Sherr and the Eagles improved to 6-0-1 on the campaign with the three wins last weekend. Read More
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Sebastian HardingtonMen's Soccer Emory University junior Sebastian Hardington led the 13th-ranked Eagles with two goals, both game winners, and five points over three wins last week. On Wednesday, Hardington scored the game-winning goal in the 106th minute to lift Emory to a 2-1 double-overtime win over Covenant College. During Saturday’s 5-1 win over Rhodes College at the Warrior Classic, the forward struck in the 27th minute with what would eventually be the game-winning goal. He led all players in the game with five shots and four shots on goal. Hardington wrapped up play at the Warrior Classic with an assist on a 72nd minute goal against host Hendrix College, taking three shots (including a pair on goal) during the game and helping the Eagles to a 3-0 victory. He was named to the all-tournament team for his efforts during the Warrior Classic. Hardington and the Eagles improved to 6-0-1 on the season. Read More
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Jason AndrejchakMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore forward Jason Andrejchak scored the game-winning goal in each of the 24th-ranked Eagles’ two victories at the Berry College Invitational last weekend. Andrejchak gave the Eagles an early lead on Saturday, scoring the first goal of the game in the 16th minute, en route to a 3-0 upset victory over 14th-ranked Ohio Northern University. The following day, he scored Emory’s only goal in a 1-0 win over Ramapo College in the 42nd minute of the game. Andrejchak is tied for the team lead in goals (two), assists (two) and points (six) this season. His play has helped Emory remain undefeated with a 3-0-1 record to start the 2014 season. Read More
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Abe HanniganMen's Soccer Emory University junior goalkeeper Abe Hannigan recorded a pair of shutouts in as many games for the 24th-ranked Eagles at the Berry College Invitational last weekend. Hannigan played all 180 minutes in goal over the two games, making six saves during the weekend. In Saturday’s 3-0 upset victory over 14th-ranked Ohio Northern University, Hannigan made four saves, facing nine total shots from the Polar Bears. He followed that with a two-save performance in a 1-0 victory over Ramapo College on Sunday, facing six total shots in the game. Hannigan lowered his goals-against average to 0.71 and raised his save percentage to .786 with the two efforts, and moved into a tie for seventh-place in school history with 11 career shutouts. Hannigan and the Eagles have won three-straight games, and remain undefeated in 2014 with a 3-0-1 overall record. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University senior Dylan Price was named the Most Valuable Player of the Sonny Carter Invitational, helping the Eagles to a tournament victory with a 1-0-1 record during their opening two games of the 2014 campaign. Price combined to score two goals and assist on another during the two tournament contests, and became the first player in the 12-year history of the Sonny Carter Invitational to repeat as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. On Friday during Emory’s 1-1 double-overtime tie with Centre College, Price scored the Eagles’ only goal of the game in the 51st minute, while playing 85 total minutes in the game, and leading all players with six shots, including a pair on goal. During Saturday’s 3-2 win over Rutgers University – Newark, the forward helped the Eagles come-from-behind, assisting on the game-tying goal in the 48th minute and scoring the game-winning goal in the 83rd. Price now ranks 14th in school history with 31 career goals, and is third in the program’s history with 12 game-winning goals. Read More
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Scott HaleyMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore center back Scott Haley earned a spot on the Sonny Carter Invitational All-Tournament Team, playing 200 minutes for a short-handed Eagles’ defense and leading the squad to an undefeated weekend. Haley was the only Emory field player to play all 200 minutes of action during the weekend, helping the team yield just three goals for a 1.35 goals-against average. During Friday’s 1-1 double-overtime tie with Centre, Haley and the Emory defense limited Centre to six shots on goal. He followed that performance by holding Rutgers University – Newark to just three shots on goal and eight shots total in a 3-2 win. Read More
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Andrew JonesMen's Soccer Emory University senior Andrew Jones converted a key penalty kick in the first half of Saturday’s game against 13th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University, guiding the Eagles to a 1-1 double-overtime tie against the Tartans. The goal came on the first penalty kick attempt of Jones’ career, as the successful try in the ninth minute gave Emory a 1-0 lead at the time. The forward and two-time all-University Athletic Association (UAA) honorable mention also played a career-high 105 minutes during the game. Jones now has three goals and four assists this season, and is tied for third on the team with 10 points. Emory finished the regular season second in the UAA with a 4-1-2 record in conference games, and an overall record of 11-5-2. Read More
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Leo RagazzoMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Leo Ragazzo scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles’ 1-0 win at Case Western Reserve University on Sunday. In the 28th minute, Ragazzo scored the decisive goal off a long throw in that deflected off the back of the Spartans’ goalkeeper and into the net. It was the second goal of the season for the outside back, both of which have been game winners. He also contributed defensively in the game, helping limit Case to four shots on goal as the Eagles defense recorded its sixth shutout of the campaign. The win on Sunday brought the Eagles’ overall record to 11-5-1, including a 4-1-1 mark in University Athletic Association (UAA) games, good for first-place in the conference with one game remaining in the regular season. Read More
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Jeffrey CochranMen's Soccer Emory University junior Jeffrey Cochran scored the team’s only goal during the Eagles’ 2-1 loss at Covenant College on Wednesday night. Trailing 2-0 late, Cochran got the Eagles on the board and back in the game, scoring his first goal of the season in the 81st minute of play off an assist from Sebastian Hardington. The shot was the only one of the game for the junior, who came off the bench to play 19 minutes during the contest. The outside back also held Covenant without a shot during his time on the pitch. Cochran has one goal and a team-high seven assists for nine points this season, the fourth-best mark by an Eagle in 2013. Emory, currently in first place in the UAA with a 3-0-1 conference record, stands at 10-4-1 overall this season. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University junior Dylan Price was the University Athletic Association’s (UAA) leading scorer in conference play last week, notching a combined three goals during wins over New York University and Brandeis University. On Friday, Price scored the game-winning goal in the 34th minute in a 2-0 win against New York University. He finished the game leading all players with five shots and three shots on goal. On Sunday, the Emory co-captain led the squad to a 3-1 upset over 12th-ranked Brandeis, scoring on a header in the 19th minute to knot the score at one goal apiece, and extending the Eagles’ lead to two goals with an insurance score in the 53rd-minute. He again led all players with three shots on goal, and all Eagles in the game with five shots. Price is the top scorer in the UAA in 2013 with 10 goals and 24 points, including a conference-best four goals and nine points in UAA matches. In addition, he is now tied for 14th in school history with 29 career goals, 19th with 66 career points, and third with 11 career game-winning goals. Price and the Eagles improved to 10-3-1 this season with the victories, including a 3-0-1 mark in UAA play, good for first-place in the conference. Read More
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Abe HanniganMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Abe Hannigan helped lead the Eagles to a pair of University Athletic Association (UAA) victories with his strong play in goal last weekend. Hannigan earned his fifth shutout of the season during Emory’s 2-0 win over New York University on Friday, making three saves during the contest. On Sunday, the goalkeeper recorded a season-high six saves against Brandeis University, the 17th-best offense in the country to start the week, as Emory earned a 3-1 win over the Judges. Hannigan, who has played all but 14 minutes in goal this season for Emory, lowered his goals-against average to 1.00, while raising his save percentage to .750. In addition, he leads all UAA goalkeepers in GAA (0.47) and save percentage (.895) in UAA contests. With the wins, Emory improved to 10-3-1 overall this season, and remained in first place in the UAA with a 3-0-1 conference record. Read More
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Abe HanniganMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore goalkeeper Abe Hannigan recorded his season-high in saves during the Eagles’ 2-0 upset victory on the road against the 23rd-ranked University of Chicago. Hannigan made five saves, including three in the second half, en route to recording the shutout, his fourth clean sheet of the season. With the win, the goalkeeper improved his season record to 8-3-1, while lowering his goals-against average to 1.08 and raising his save percentage to .729. Hannigan and the Eagles raised their record to 1-0-1 in University Athletic Association (UAA) matches this season, and to 8-3-1 overall. Read More
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Sebastian HardingtonMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Sebastian Hardington scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles’ 2-0 upset win on the road against the 23rd-ranked University of Chicago on Saturday. Hardington struck for his first goal of the season in the 38th minute of play, breaking the scoreless tie with a header off a long throw in. The goal-scoring shot was the only attempt of the day for the midfielder. Hardington now has a goal and two assists for four points this season. In addition, the score was the second of the sophomore’s career, both of which have been game-winning goals in conference games. With the win, Hardington and the Eagles improved to 1-0-1 in University Athletic Association (UAA) matches this season, and to 8-3-1 overall. Read More
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Carl CredleMen's Soccer Emory University junior Carl Credle scored the Eagles’ only goal during a 1-1 double-overtime tie against 15th-ranked Washington University (Mo.) on Sunday afternoon. Credle notched the score, his second of the season, in the 62nd minute of action, banging a shot off the bottom of the crossbar and into the goal. The midfielder played all 110 minutes of the game, taking three shots during the contest. With the tie, Credle and the Eagles now stand at 7-3-1 on the season, including a 0-0-1 record in University Athletic Association (UAA) matches. Read More
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Abe HanniganMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore goalkeeper Abe Hannigan helped lead the Eagles to a 1-1 double-overtime tie against 15th-ranked Washington University (Mo.) on Sunday. Hannigan allowed just one goal, while converting three saves over his 110 minutes of play. He improved to 7-3-1 on the season with the tie, while lowering his goals-against average to 1.18 and raising his save percentage to .683. Hannigan and the Eagles now stand at 7-3-1 on the season, including a 0-0-1 record in University Athletic Association (UAA) contests. Read More
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Leo RagazzoMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Leo Ragazzo turned in a pair of strong performances for the Eagles’ defense, helping the team to victories in both of its games last week. The outside back played all 90 minutes of Wednesday’s 4-2 win over Birmingham-Southern College on Wednesday, scoring the game-winning goal on a header in the 57th minute of the game, and finishing the contest with three shots, including two on goal. The score was the first of his career. Defensively, Ragazzo helped limit the Panthers to just five shots on goal during the contest. On Sunday, the sophomore helped the Eagles record their third clean sheet of the season, as Emory defeated Millsaps 1-0. Ragazzo played the entire first half for Emory, taking one shot on goal, while holding the Majors scoreless with five shots, including one on goal, during his time on the field. He has now started all 10 games this season for the Emory defense, recording one goal and one assist for three points, while helping the team record a 1.20 goals-against average. Ragazzo and the Eagles improved to 7-3-0 with the two wins last week. Read More
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Jason AndrejchakMen's Soccer Emory University freshman Jason Andrejchak scored two goals and assisted on another during a pair of wins for the Eagles last week. On Wednesday night, during a 4-2 win over Birmingham-Southern College, Andrejchak assisted on the eventual game-winning goal in the 57th minute, and scored an insurance goal in the 87th minute of play to secure the Eagles’ victory. He finished the game with a team-high four shots, including one on goal. The forward followed that performance by scoring the only goal during a 1-0 win over Millsaps College on Saturday, breaking a scoreless tie in the 83rd minute with what would become his first career game-winning goal. Andrejchak is now second among all Eagles this season in goals (three), assists (three) and points (nine), and leads the team with two game-winning assists. With the perfect week, Emory improved to 7-3-0 in 2013. Read More
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Nick SchookMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Nick Schook scored the first two goals of his collegiate career, including the game-winning goal, against Maryville College (Tenn.) on Wednesday night to lead the Eagles to a 4-1 victory. Schook struck for the first time in the 49th minute of the game, giving the Eagles a 2-0 lead at the time with what would eventual be the game-winning goal. After the Scots cut the lead to 2-1, the midfielder scored again in the 64th minute to buffer the Eagles’ advantage. Schook finished the game with four shots, including three on goal, during his 77 minutes of action. On Saturday, during a 2-0 home loss to Berry College, Schook played 58 minutes, taking one shot. With the 1-1 week, Schook and the Eagles now stand at 5-3-0 for the season. Read More
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Carl CredleMen's Soccer Emory University junior Carl Credle scored his first goal of the season during Sunday’s contest against Centre College. Credle’s only shot of the game came in the 29th minute, when the midfielder launched a shot into the back of the net after a throw in from Leo Ragazzo. He made his first start of the campaign in the game, playing 71 minutes in a 2-1 Emory loss. The Eagles, ranked 25th in Division III, have opened the 2013 season with a 4-2-0 record. Read More
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Jeffrey CochranMen's Soccer Emory University junior outside back Jeffrey Cochran was a key factor for the Eagles’ defense last weekend, in addition to spurring the team’s offense over the course of the squad’s two victories. He played 151 minutes during the two contests, limiting Emory’s opponents to a combined 10 shots, four shots on goal and one goal scored, while assisting on a pair of scores for the Eagles. During Friday’s 4-1 win at Averett University, he helped the Eagles’ defense limit the Cougars to one goal on six shots (just three of which were on goal) during his 82 minutes on the field. In addition, he assisted on the game-winning goal with a long throw-in in the 72nd minute of the game. On Sunday, Cochran helped lead the Eagles to a 2-0 shutout win over Guilford College, playing 69 minutes and holding the Quakers to four shots, only one of which was on goal. He added his second assist of the weekend during the game, setting up a breakaway goal with a long pass up the middle of the field in the 88th minute. The junior defender has been a key player on an Emory defense that has recorded a 0.75 goals-against average and two shutouts through four games, while holding opponents to an average of 5.25 shots and 2.5 shots on goal per game. Cochran and the Eagles have opened the 2013 season with a 4-0-0 record, marking the 13th time in school history that the team has started a campaign with four-straight victories. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University junior forward Dylan Price scored two goals and assisted on another during a pair of wins for the Eagles last weekend. At Averett University on Friday, Price led the Eagles to a 4-1 win by assisting on the first goal of the contest and scoring the game winner. He led all players in the game with eight shots and two shots on goal. During Sunday’s 2-0 win at Guilford College, Price took nine shots, four of which were on goal, and scored a key insurance goal in the 88th minute to cement the team’s victory. The Eagles’ co-captain leads all University Athletic Association (UAA) players with five goals, 11 points, two game winning goals and 29 shots this season. Price has opened the season by scoring at least one goal in each of Emory’s first four games, matching the longest streak of consecutive games with a goal in his career. In addition, his 24 career goals moved him into a tie for 18th-place in school history in the category with former Eagle Karl Dix (2003-05). Price and the Eagles have started the 2013 campaign with a 4-0-0 record, marking the 13th time in school history that the team has opened a season with four-straight victories. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University junior Dylan Price was named the Most Valuable Player of the Sonny Carter Invitational, hosted by the Eagles last weekend, after leading all tournament players with three goals. Price helped the Eagles open the season with a 6-2 win over Marian University (Wis.) on Saturday, scoring a pair of goals in the contest, including the team’s first of the game. On Sunday, the forward scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Mississippi College, converting a penalty kick in the 60th minute of action. His goal against the Choctaws was the ninth game-winning score of his career, giving him sole possession of fourth-place in school history in the category. Price led the Eagles to the Sonny Carter Invitational Championship, the team’s 10th in 13 years, as the squad opened the year with a 2-0-0 record for the first time since 2010. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Matt Sherr was named to the Sonny Carter Invitational All-Tournament Team, after helping lead an Eagles backline that did not allow a goal during his 165 minutes on the field over two games. Sherr played 75 minutes during the Eagles’ 6-2 win over Marian University (Wis.) on Saturday, holding the Sabres scoreless on just one off-target shot during his time on the field. In addition, the center back notched his first goal of the season and third of his career, heading in a corner kick in the 86th minute for the Eagles’ fifth goal of the contest. On Sunday, Sherr played all 90 minutes of the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Mississippi College, helping the team to the shutout win and surrendering just seven shots to the Choctaws, only three of which were on goal. Sherr and the Eagles claimed the team championship at the Sonny Carter Invitational for the 10th time in 13 years, and opened their season with a 2-0-0 record for the first time since 2010. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer Emory University senior co-captain Andrew Natalino set a program record for goals scored in an NCAA Tournament game during the Eagles’ 4-1 first-round victory at Roanoke College. Natalino scored a pair of goals against Roanoke, including the eventual game-winning goal, and assisted on the first goal of the game to lead the Eagles to the win. He finished the contest with a game-high four shots, three of which were on goal. During Sunday’s second round game at top-ranked Messiah College, a 3-0 Emory loss, the forward was tied for the team lead with two shots, including one on goal. Natalino finished the season with the team lead with 14 goals and 31 points, and ended his collegiate career ranked 11th in school history with 32 goals and 15th with 75 points. Emory, a University Athletic Association (UAA) co-champion, ended the year with a 11-7-2 record. Read More
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Alex ScottMen's Soccer Emory University center back Alex Scott played all 180 minutes of two NCAA Division III Championship games last weekend, helping the Eagles reach the second round of the tournament. During Thursday night’s 4-1 win over Roanoke College in the first round, Scott and the Eagles’ defense held the Maroons to one goal on just five shots, only three of which were on goal. In Sunday’s 3-0 loss to top-ranked Messiah College, the Eagles’ defense limited the Falcons to nine shots, including four on goal, becoming the first team to hold Messiah to less than 10 shots since the 2009 National Championship game, and the first team to outshoot Messiah since the start of the 2011 season. Emory finished its 2012 season with an overall record of 11-7-2. Read More
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Sebastian HardingtonMen's Soccer Emory University freshman Sebastian Hardington scored the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship clinching goal during the Eagles 1-0 upset win over sixth-ranked Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday. Hardington tapped in the game’s only goal in the 72nd minute of action, breaking a scoreless tie with his first collegiate goal. The score not only gave the Eagles a win in their season finale, but allowed Emory to clinch a share of the UAA Title, the seventh in the program’s history and first since the 2008 season. Hardington and the Eagles finished the 2012 regular season with a 10-6-2 record, including a 4-2-1 record in UAA games. Read More
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David GarofaloMen's Soccer Emory University senior David Garofalo played all 90 minutes of the Eagles 1-0 shutout win over sixth-ranked Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday, helping the team clinch a share of the 2012 University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship. The Eagles’ co-captain was the leader of an Emory backline that limited Carnegie to just seven shots, only two of which were on goal. Garofalo has been a leading contributor to the Eagles’ six shutouts this season, and the team’s 1.27 goals-against average. The Eagles finished the regular season with a 10-6-1 record and a 4-2-1 mark in UAA games. Read More
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Abe HanniganMen's Soccer Emory University goalkeeper Abe Hannigan played a key role in the Eagles’ 1-0 double overtime win over New York University on Sunday. Hannigan made three saves in the shutout, his second of the season, including a diving stop during the first overtime that preserved the scoreless tie, allowing Emory to win the game in the second overtime period. The freshman also made one save during the Eagles’ 3-1 loss to #17 Brandeis on Friday night. Hannigan improved to 7-3-1 on the season with a 1.28 goals-against average and a .635 save percentage. The win on Sunday kept the Eagles, who are 9-6-2 overall this season, within reach of the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship with one game remaining in the regular season. Read More
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Michael RheaumeMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Michael Rheaume scored the ‘golden goal’ in the Eagles’ double-overtime win against New York University that kept the team in the running for the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship and an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. Rheaume scored a goal on an Eagles’ counter attack in the 101st minute of the game, burying a cross from senior Andrew Natalino inside the far post. The goal was his second of the season, and his first career ‘golden goal.’ Rheaume and the Eagles improved to 9-6-2 overall this season, and to 3-2-2 in overtime games. The Eagles are also 3-2-1 in UAA games, and are one game out of first place in the conference with one game left to play. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Dylan Price scored the ‘golden goal’ during the Eagles’ 4-3 overtime victory over Covenant College on Friday night. Price scored the game winner on a header off a cross from Jeffrey Cochran in the 97th minute of play. The forward has now scored three career ‘golden goals,’ the second-most in school history. He is both the University Athletic Association (UAA) and team leader with 11 goals and six game-winning goals (one shy of the school single-season record), in addition to leading all Eagles with 25 points. Emory improved to 8-0-0 in games where Price scores a goal this season. The win brought the Eagles’ ledger on the campaign to 8-5-2, and Emory currently stands in a four-way tie for first place in the UAA with a 2-1-1 record in league play. Read More
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Alex ScottMen's Soccer Emory University senior Alex Scott scored two goals, including the game winner, during the Eagles’ 5-2 victory over Case Western Reserve University on Friday night. Scott headed in a corner kick just three minutes into the start of play in the game, giving the Eagles an early 1-0 lead. He extended the Eagles’ lead to 3-1 in the 29th minute with another header goal, this time coming off a long throw in. The center back played all 90 minutes of the game, helping to limit the Spartans to just seven shots, only four of which were on goal. During the Eagles’ 1-1 double overtime tie with Rochester on Sunday, Scott played all 110 minutes, holding Rochester to five shots on goal. He also took two shots, one of which was on frame. Scott has helped defense record a 1.22 goals-against average this season, while scoring three goals of his own. The Eagles, in first place in the University Athletic Association (UAA) with a 2-1-1 league record, stand at 7-5-2 overall in 2012. Read More
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David GarofaloMen's Soccer Emory University senior David Garofalo assisted on four goals during two games last weekend, including a school-record three assists on Friday night. During the Eagles’ 5-2 win over Case Western Reserve University, Garofalo became the 17th player in Emory history to assist on three goals in a game, with two coming off corner kicks, and the other on a long pass. He picked up his fourth assist of the weekend on Sunday, as Andrew Jones scored off his corner kick in the 86th minute to force a 1-1 tie with Rochester. In addition, during his 168 minutes played, he helped hold the two conference opponents to 13 shots and seven shots on goal. This season, the co-captain leads all UAA players in assists in conference play, and is the team leader and third in the UAA with six total assists during the campaign. Garofalo and the Eagles are 7-5-2 this season, including a 2-1-1 mark in league play, good for first in the UAA. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer Emory University senior Andrew Natalino scored a pair of goals during the Eagles’ 5-2 win over Case Western Reserve University on Friday night. Natalino’s first score of the game came in the 47th minute, as the senior headed in a corner kick to extend the Eagles’ lead to 4-1. Just over six minutes later, he struck again, this time launching a shot into the back of the net following a pair of passes from teammates. Natalino led all players with three shots and two shots on goal in the game. Despite not scoring in Sunday’s 1-1 tie with the University of Rochester, the senior co-captain led all players with four shots in the contest. This season, Natalino is Emory’s top scorer with 11 goals and 23 points, and leads all University Athletic Association players in goals, both during the overall season and in conference play. His performance this year has led Emory to a first-place tie in the UAA with a 2-1-1 conference record. Read More
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David GarofaloMen's Soccer Emory University senior co-captain David Garofalo led an Eagles’ defense that allowed just four shots, only two of which were on goal, during a 1-0 loss at Washington University (Mo.) on Sunday afternoon. Garofalo played all 90 minutes of the University Athletic Association (UAA) contest, holding Washington to just one score on the day, and limiting the Bears to just one shot in the second half. The outside back also took three shots of his own during the game, one of which was on goal. Garofalo has recorded a pair of assists this season, and has helped Emory’s defense record a 1.19 goals-against average this season, while outshooting opponents 223-118. The Eagles are 6-5-1 overall in 2012, and are tied for fourth in the UAA with a 1-1-0 conference record. Read More
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Carl CredleMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Carl Credle scored a goal in both of the team’s games last week, including the game-winning ‘golden goal’ in the Eagles’ 4-3 double-overtime win against the 23rd-ranked University of Chicago on Saturday. Credle scored his first career ‘golden goal’ on a header with just 26 seconds left in the game against the Maroons, lifting the Eagles to the victory in their first University Athletic Association (UAA) game of the season. Earlier in the week, he scored the third goal of the game for Emory in a 3-0 win at the University of the South in the 62nd minute of play. Credle led the Eagles in shots and shots on goal in both games, and is now third on the squad with three goals this season. His performance has helped Emory to four-straight victories, as the Eagles improved to 6-4-1 on the season and to 1-0-0 in UAA play. Read More
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Noah RosenMen's Soccer Sophomore Noah Rosen anchored an Emory defense that recorded two shutouts in as many games last week. Rosen played all 180 minutes of the two contests, limiting opponents to a combined five shots on goal, and 13 total shots. During a 5-0 win at Birmingham-Southern College on Thursday, the center back helped hold the Panthers to just seven shots, only three of which were on goal. He followed that performance by helping the Eagles to a 4-0 win over Millsaps College on Saturday, during which he kept the Majors without a shot in the first half, and to just six shots for the game, only two of which were on goal. Rosen has played in eight games this season, making six starts, and has been a key member of a defense that has recorded a 1.18 goals-against average and three shutouts. Rosen’s performance helped the Eagles get back to the .500 mark, as the team improved to 4-4-1 on the season with the two victories. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Dylan Price scored four goals in two Emory games last week, helping the Eagles to a pair of victories. Price scored the first three goals for the Eagles in their 5-0 win at Birmingham-Southern College on Thursday for the first hat trick of his collegiate career, and the 37th in the program’s history. It also marked his second multiple-goal game of the season, and the third of his career. The forward struck again on Saturday, scoring the game-winning goal in the 14th minute of the Eagles’ 4-0 win over Millsaps College. Price has scored the game-winning goal in each of Emory’s wins this season, and his four game-winning goals are the most by a University Athletic Association (UAA) player this season. He also ranks third in the conference in both goals (seven) and points (15) this season. Price and the Eagles improved to 4-4-1 on the season with the two wins last week. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer Emory University senior Andrew Natalino scored both of the Eagles’ goals during two games last week. During Wednesday’s 3-1 loss to Oglethorpe University, Natalino was able to finish a long cross into the box with a header past the Stormy Petrels’ keeper for the team’s only goal of the game. On Saturday’s 2-1 overtime loss at Berry College, the midfielder and co-captain scored the first goal of the game, giving the Eagles a 1-0 lead in the 33rd minute. Natalino leads all Eagles this season with five goals and 10 points, and has scored four goals in his last three games. In addition, he currently ranks second in the University Athletic Association (UAA) in goals this season, and third in points. Natalino and the Eagles have opened the season with a 2-4-1 record. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer Emory University sophomore Dylan Price scored the game-winning goal in each of the team’s two victories last week. Price had a hand in all three of the Eagles’ goals during a 3-1 win over Maryville College (Tenn.) on Wednesday, assisting on the first score of the contest, converting a penalty kick for the eventual game winner in the 35th minute, and scoring an insurance goal by heading in a corner kick in the 88th minute. It was his second career multiple-goal game, and his five points in the game were a career high. On Friday, during a 4-0 win against Spalding University, the forward scored the first goal of the contest in the seventh minute, and led all Eagles with five shots and three shots on goal during the game. Price leads all Eagles with seven points this season, and is tied for the team lead with three goals. Price has helped Emory start the season with a 2-2-1 record. Read More
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Matt SherrMen's Soccer Emory University freshman Matt Sherr scored a late game-tying goal during his collegiate debut against Brewton-Parker College on Friday. Sherr helped the Eagles to a 1-1 tie against the Barons, coming off the bench to score the match equalizer in the 85th minute on a shot inside the box off a deflection. He finished the game with two shots, both of which were on goal. The following day, during a 1-0 overtime loss to Kean University, Sherr took two shots, one of which was on goal. Sherr was named to the Sonny Carter Invitational All-Tournament team for his efforts over the two games. The Eagles finished third at the Sonny Carter Invitational during the weekend with a 0-1-1 record. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer) Emory University junior Andrew Natalino scored the Eagles only goal during a 2-1 loss to Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday. Natalino tied the match at a goal apiece in the 63rd minute, heading in a David Garofalo cross for his sixth goal of the season. Read More
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David GarofaloMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University junior David Garofalo contributed on both ends of the field during a pair of conference victories for the Eagles last weekend. Garofalo scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Brandeis University on Friday. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University freshman Dylan Price scored a goal and assisted on another during the Eagles’ 2-1 win over Piedmont College on Wednesday afternoon. Price gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead in the 36th minute with his fifth goal of the season, scoring off a deflected ball. Read More
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Andrew GoldblumMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University goalkeeper Andrew Goldblum recorded a shutout during the first start of his career on Sunday, leading the Eagles to a 1-0 win at the University of Rochester. Making just his third career appearance, Goldblum played all 90 minutes of the game, making four saves en route to the shutout and his first-career victory. Read More
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Alex ScottMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University junior Alex Scott scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles 1-0 win over the University of Rochester on Sunday. Scott converted the eventual game winner on header off a corner kick in the 11th minute of play, giving the Eagles a one-goal lead that would hold for the rest of the contest. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer) Emory University junior Andrew Natalino scored the team’s only goal of the game and contributed to a strong defensive performance during a 2-1 double-overtime loss to ninth-ranked Washington University (Mo.) on Sunday. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University junior outside back Andrew Natalino scored on a penalty kick to lift the Eagles to a 1-0 win over the University of Chicago in the team’s University Athletic Association (UAA) opener. Natalino received the penalty kick in the 69th minute of play, and converted the attempt to break the scoreless tie. Read More
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Alex WongMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University junior Alex Wong made a season-high nine saves en route to his third shutout of the season, helping the Eagles to a 1-0 win at the University of Chicago on Saturday. The nine saves were a season-high by any University Athletic Association (UAA) goalkeeper this season. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University junior outside back Andrew Natalino led the Eagles defense to its third shutout of the season during a 3-0 win over Berry College on Saturday. Natalino limited Berry to just three shots on goal, including just one in the second half, and 13 total shots. Read More
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Zach SamuelsMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University senior Zach Samuels recorded the 36th hat trick in the program’s history on Saturday, leading the Eagles to a 3-0 win over Berry College. Samuels gave the team a 1-0 lead in the first half, scoring on an unassisted goal. Read More
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David GarofaloMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University outside back David Garofalo helped the Eagles to two wins in three games last week. During a 1-0 win over Oglethorpe University on Wednesday night, Garofalo assisted on the only goal of the game in the first half, and headed a ball off the goal line in the second half to preserve the one-goal victory. Read More
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Zach SamuelsMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University forward Zach Samuels scored a goal and assisted on another in two games he played in last week. Against Virginia Wesleyan College on Friday night, Samuels scored the game-winning goal just 18 seconds into play. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University junior Andrew Natalino scored two goals and assisted on another during the Eagles’ 5-3 win over Rowan College on Sunday. The three scores that Natalino contributed to took place within a six minute period early in the second half. Read More
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Dylan PriceMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University freshman Dylan Price scored his first collegiate goal during the 18th-ranked Eagles’ opening weekend. Price’s goal came in the 80th minute of play during the Eagles’ 3-2 loss to Roanoke College on Saturday, pulling Emory within a goal with 10 minutes left to play. Read More
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Nick JonesMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University sophomore midfielder Nick Jones scored the only Emory goal during the Eagles 2-1 loss to Lynchburg College in the second round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championships. Jones gave Emory a 1-0 lead in the 52nd minute, scoring his third goal of the season with a header off a pass from Adam Waxman. Read More
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Nao MasudaMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University junior Nao Masuda matched a University Athletic Association (UAA) record with three goals during the Eagles’4-0 win over the seventh-ranked University of Rochester on Friday night. All three of Masuda’s goals game in the second half of the contest, including his game-winning goal in the 58th minute. Read More
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Adam WaxmanMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University senior Adam Waxman played the entirety of two shutout victories over University Athletic Association (UAA) opponents on the Eagles’ backline last weekend. He helped the Eagles to a 4-0 upset win over the seventh-ranked University of Rochester on Friday night, holding the Yellowjackets to just three shots on goal, only one of which was in the second half. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer - Offense) Emory University sophomore Andrew Natalino recorded the first hat trick by an Eagle in over two years during the team’s 4-0 win over Maryville College on Friday. Natalino scored his first goal just a minute and 22 seconds into the contest, placing a one-touch shot into the back of the net. In the 16th-minute, midfielder/defender struck with a long shot from outside the box for his second goal of the contest. Read More
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Trenton SpindlerMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University junior Trenton Spindler made a season-best nine saves to lead the 18th-ranked Eagles to a 4-0 win over Maryville College. Spindler played all 90 minutes of the contest, facing 18 total shots and turning away all nine that were on goal. He earned his sixth shutout of the season during the game, improving to 11-1-2 overall. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer) Emory University sophomore Andrew Natalino scored two goals during three Emory games last week. Natalino scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick during the Eagles’ 3-1 triumph over Oglethorpe University on Wednesday. In University Athletic Association (UAA) action on Sunday, the defender scored the game-tying goal on a penalty kick against Brandeis University, helping the Eagles play to a 1-1 tie. Read More
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Zach SamuelsMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University junior Zach Samuels scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles’ 1-0 win over the University of Chicago on Saturday, to give the team its first University Athletic Association (UAA) win of the season. Samuels’ goal, his team-leading fifth of the season, came at the 80:59 mark of the game to break the scoreless tie. Read More
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Adam WaxmanMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University senior Adam Waxman helped lead the Eagles’ defense to its team-record ninth-consecutive shutout, during a 1-0 win over the University of Chicago. Waxman played all 90 minutes of the contest, allowing just seven total shots and four shots on goal. It was the 10th shutout overall this season for the Eagles’ defense, which has not allowed a goal over the last 903 minutes and 44 seconds of game time. Read More
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Trenton SpindlerMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University junior goalkeeper Trenton Spindler recorded his fourth shutout of the season during the ninth-ranked Eagles scoreless tie against 13th-ranked Washington University (Mo.) on Sunday. Spindler played all 110 minutes of the double-overtime game, making five saves during the contest. Read More
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Dehmeh SmithMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University freshman midfielder Dehmeh Smith scored three goals over two games last week. During Emory’s 5-0 win over Piedmont College on Wednesday, Smith scored his first collegiate goal in the 67th minute of play, giving the Eagles a 3-0 lead at the time. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University defender Andrew Natalino helped the Eagles set a program record for consecutive shutouts, while also contributing on the offensive end during two games last week. On Wednesday, Natalino played the first 71:32 of the Eagles’ 5-0 win over Piedmont, holding one of the nation’s top-performing offenses this season to just four shots, three of which were on goal. Read More
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Nathan McKeeverMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University senior Nathan McKeever has led an Eagles’ defense that has not allowed a goal over its last five games, including two this past weekend. During Saturday’s 7-0 win at Methodist University, McKeever played the first 77 minutes of the contest, helping the backline allow just six shots, including three on goal, while he was in the game. Read More
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Michael ScannapiecoMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University senior Michael Scannapieco came off the bench to score a goal and assist on another, during the Eagles’ 3-0 win over Averett University. Scannapieco helped secure the win with his first assist of the season in the 43rd minute, splitting the defense with a pass to find his attacking player, who gave the Eagles a 2-0 lead heading into halftime. Read More
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Trenton SpindlerMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University goalkeeper Trenton Spindler was named the Most Valuable Player of the Shellenberger Classic, leading the team to a tournament victory. Spindler did not allow a goal in his 153:40 between the pipes, making nine saves and earning a pair of victories over two games. Read More
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Zach SamuelsMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University junior Zach Samuels earned a spot on the Shellenberger Classic All-Tournament Team, scoring a goal and two assists during two Eagle victories. During Emory’s 4-0 win over Randolph College on Saturday, Samuels scored his second goal of the season, and utilized a corner kick to assist on another. Read More
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Andrew NatalinoMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University defender Andrew Natalino was named the Most Valuable Player of the Sonny Carter Invitational, helping the Eagles to a tournament victory and two shutouts during the season-opening week. Playing all 270 minutes of Emory soccer during the week, Natalino led an Emory defense that gave up just one goal in three contests, while allowing just 15 shots on goal. Read More
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Jake GraetzMen's Soccer (Soccer - Offense) Emory University senior Jake Graetz accounted for the game-winning goal in both of the Eagles’ victories at the Sonny Carter Invitational. On Saturday, Graetz broke a 1-1 tie in the second half against Illinois Wesleyan University, scoring on a header off a Zach Samuels free kick, en route to a 3-1 win. Read More
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Alex ScottMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University freshman Alex Scott scored two key goals for the Eagles in the final weekend of the regular season. Scott scored the game-tying goal in the 84th-minute against Carnegie Mellon University, helping the Eagles to a 2-2 tie against the 11th-ranked team in Division III. Read More
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Trenton SpindlerMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University goalkeeper Trenton Spindler helped lead Emory to a 1-0-1 record through two games last weekend. Spindler played all 110 minutes of Emory’s 2-2 tie with #11 Carnegie Mellon University, making a career-high ten saves. The sophomore returned the next day to record his fifth shutout of the season with four saves in a 1-0 win over the University of the South. Read More
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Jake GraetzMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University’s Jake Graetz scored a pair of goals, including the ‘golden goal’ in overtime, during the Eagles’ 2-1 win over Case Western Reserve University on Sunday. Graetz scored the first goal of the match, giving Emory a 1-0 lead in the 39th minute. Read More
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Zach SamuelsMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University’s Zach Samuels had a hand in all three of the Eagles’ goals during Emory’s 3-2 win over Maryville College on Friday. Samuels helped the Eagles tie the match in the 52nd minute, assisting on the team’s first goal of the game. The sophomore then scored in 57th minute to give Emory a 2-1 lead. Read More
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Trenton SpindlerMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University’s Trenton Spindler recorded a pair of shutouts during two University Athletic Association (UAA) games last weekend. Spindler recorded two saves during Emory’s scoreless tie with New York University, including one in the second overtime period to preserve the tie. Read More
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Zach SamuelsMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University’s Zach Samuels scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles’ 3-0 win over Brandeis University on Sunday. Samuels stole the ball from the opposing player at midfield in the 34th minute of the contest, and then drove past two defenders before notching a goal in the far corner of the net. Read More
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Kyle O'BrienMen's Soccer (Men’s Soccer – Offense) Emory University’s Kyle O’Brien recorded a goal and an assist against Oglethorpe University last week. O’Brien scored the first goal of the game, giving the Eagles a 1-0 lead in the 20th minute. He later assisted on the game-winning goal in the 81st minute, breaking a 1-1 tie, en route to a 3-1 victory. Read More
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Trenton SpindlerMen's Soccer (Soccer – Defense) Emory University goalkeeper Trenton Spindler recorded his second shutout of the season during the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Covenant College last week. Spindler made eight saves during the contest to record the shutout. Read More
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Michael ScannapiecoMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University’s Michael Scannapieco scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Covenant College. Scannapieco scored the goal unassisted in the 74th minute of play to give Emory the win. The score was the first of the season for the junior. Read More
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Nico DaltonMen's Soccer (Soccer – Offense) Emory University’s Nico Dalton scored his third goal of the season during the Eagles’ 4-1 win over Piedmont College last week. Dalton’s goal, the first of the game, came in the 41st minute of the contest and gave the Eagles a lead they would not relinquish the rest of the way. Read More
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Adam WaxmanMen's Soccer Emory University’s Adam Waxman helped lead an Eagles defense that allowed just one shot to Piedmont College during the team’s 4-1 win last week. Waxman started in the backfield for the Eagles, and held the Lions to one late shot on goal. Read More
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Nathan McKeeverMen's Soccer (Soccer - Defense) Emory University defender Nathan McKeever played all 180 minutes in the Eagles’ backfield last weekend, helping the team to a pair of wins. McKeever played all 90 minutes of the Eagles’ 4-0 shutout victory over Greensboro College on Saturday. The sophomore returned the next day to play the entirety of Emory’s 2-1 win over Guilford College. Read More
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Kyle O'BrienMen's Soccer (Soccer - Offense) Emory University freshman Kyle O’Brien had a hand in both goals during the Eagles’ 2-1 win over Guilford College on Sunday. O’Brien assisted on the first goal of the contest in the fifth minute, and then converted the game-winning goal in the 67th-minute. He took two shots during the game, both of which were on goal. Read More
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Trenton SpindlerMen's Soccer (Soccer - Defense) Emory University goalkeeper Trenton Spindler allowed just one goal in 180 minutes played during two Emory victories last week. Spindler picked up his first career shutout during the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Methodist University, converting three saves in the process. Read More
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Christopher HowieMen's Soccer (Soccer - Offense) Emory University midfielder Christopher Howie assisted on a pair of goals during the Eagles’ 2-0-0 week. Howie picked up both of his assists during Emory’s 2-0 win over Eastern Mennonite University on Sunday, including one on the eventual game-winning goal. Read More
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Andrew Natalino - DefenseMen's Soccer Emory freshman defender Andrew Natalino scored a goal, and helped the Eagles hold opponents to just two goals during the 126 minutes he played during the team's first two games of the season. Natalino scored the game-winning goal, the first of his career, during the Eagles' 6-1 win over the University of the Ozarks. Read More
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Jake Graetz - OffenseMen's Soccer Emory University's Jake Graetz was named the Most Valuable Player of the Sonny Carter Invitational, scoring two goals during the Eagles first two games of the season last week. Graetz scored the first goal of the game in Emory's 6-1 win over the University of the Ozarks, as the junior scored off a crossing pass from teammate Nate Wise. Read More
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