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The student-run news site of Le Moyne College.

The Dolphin

The student-run news site of Le Moyne College.

The Dolphin

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Men’s soccer splits week’s matches

Men’s soccer splits week’s matches

The men’s soccer team picked up a thrilling double-overtime win over Adelphi on Tuesday afternoon before a five-game winning streak finally came to an end on Saturday in a tough loss to Bentley University.

The Dolphins opened up the scoring against Adelphi early in the first half as freshman forward Ethan Gunty scored from one yard out on an assist from senior forward Emmanuel Chanelo, making the score 1-0. This goal marks Gunty’s first goal in Division II play.

Adelphi found the equalizer before halftime off  a corner kick as John Sabal knocked it into the center of the net. This was also the first goal Le Moyne gave up since their first match of the season against Nyack.

Each team only managed to get one shot on goal throughout the second half and the first overtime period as a defensive struggle took over.

In the last few minutes of the second overtime, the Dolphins found the opportunity for a game-winning goal and seized it. Junior back Trevor Creedon received a chip pass from sophomore midfielder Anthony Scaravillo into the penalty box, which Creedon headed in to secure the ‘Phin victory.

“When Anthony played the ball back in the box, I was surprised with how wide open I was but I knew I just needed to get a touch on the ball in order to score,” Creedon said of his goal. “After I saw the ball go in, I was glad we won the game and I just wanted to celebrate with the team.”

And celebrate they, did as the goal gave Le Moyne a dramatic win and also extended their winning streak to five games.

The Dolphins followed this win with a match at home against conference foe Bentley this past Saturday. Le Moyne couldn’t find the goal in their match, bringing their winning streak to screeching halt in a 2-0 loss. This defeat was the first that the Dolphins suffered to a Northeast-10 conference opponent this season. Bentley’s, Scott Levy scored the only two goals of the match, as he scored one in each half.

The Dolphins had more shots on goal than Bentley overall, but none could find the back of the net as Bentley’s defense made big stops throughout the match. Chanelo led the team with two shots on goal, while Zachary MacNabb added one more shot on goal for the ‘Phins.

The win and loss put Le Moyne at an overall record of 5-2, with a 3-1 record in Northeast-10 Conference play.

The Dolphins look to start a new winning streak this Saturday as they take on conference opponent Franklin-Pierce at 12 p.m. on their home field.

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