2017 Men's Soccer
Record: 8-7-1 Home: 3-3-1 Away: 5-4 AAC: 1-6
 
 
 
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The Skyhawks shutout the visiting Mississippi University for Women at home, 9-0.
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Men's Soccer - Wed, Sep. 20, 2017

WEST POINT, GA   Point University (6-1-1) got back to its winning ways after having its four-game winning streak snapped earlier in the week, with a 9-0 shutout of the visiting Mississippi University for Women Owls (0-6-1) in Wednesday, September 20 non-conference men's soccer action at River Bowl Stadium in West Point, Ga.  

    

The Skyhawks netted four goals in the first half and added an additional five goals in the second half en route to a shutout of the Owls, 9-0.

 

Point's leading goal scorer, freshman forward Juan Gomez (Malaga, Spain) finished with two goals to give him nine on the season, junior forward Amadeu Guimaraes (Rio De Janiero, Brazil) chipped in with two goals, and senior wing Thiago Da Silva (Sao Paolo, Brazil) added two goals and two assists.  Sophomore forward Marvin Deans (Saint Mary's, GA) added one goal, freshman midfielder Koen Vos (Budel, Netherlands) netted one goal, and freshman defender Rafael Freitas (Barreiro, Portugal) kicked in one goal.

 

Junior wing Noah Elam (Monroe, GA), sophomore midfielder Adan Escobedo (McDonough, GA), senior forward Juan Domingo (Alto, GA), and junior wing Brayan Palencia (Bogota, Columbia) each finished the match with one assist.

 

Point goalkeeper Ned Avies (Rochester, N.Y.) started and played the first 26:41 and faced no shots, and senior goalkeeper Jacob Price (Hereford, UK) played the final 63:19 and allowed no goals while saving one opponent shot.  MUW goalkeeper Selvin Lopez started and played the first half for the Owls, allowing four goals while making four saves, and goalkeeper John McGee played the second half in-goal for the Owls and allowed five goals and made two saves.

 

NEXT MATCH:  Coached by Jonathan Lenarz, the Skyhawks host an Appalachian Athletic Conference home match against Montreat College, Friday, Sept. 22, at 3 p.m. Eastern time.

 
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