Men’s Soccer 3-0 for First Time Since 2006

The Emory and Henry men’s soccer team continues to roll forward. After the Wasps’ win over Earlham on Sunday, they are now off to a 3-0-0 start for the first time since 2006.

Senior midfielder Zach Quest started the scoring with a goal 6:41 minutes into the game off of an assist from Sophomore Tyequis Stallins. About seven minutes after that, the Wasps keeper was ejected from the game meaning that E&H was forced to play with one player short for the majority of the game.

Earlham tied up the score in the 29th minute after a faulty goal kick from the Wasps keeper who came in to replace Grillet. Within the last 10 minutes of the first half, the Wasps rallied to score two goals putting them up 3-1 at the half. Zach Quest picked up his second goal of the game and Jordan Couch picked himself up one. Both Couch and Quest are in the top 3 in scoring in the ODAC this year. In the second half, Massimo Tager defended a player from Earlham down the sideline when the offensive player flopped and drew a questionable penalty kick. Freshman keeper Cole Schreiner had a huge save to keep the Wasps at a 3-1 lead. Earlham outshot the Wasps but E&H lead the shots on goal. The Wasps also finished the game without a single violation for offsides. The men’s soccer team will face Piedmont College next hoping to gain revenge from their last 1-0 loss to them three years ago. Cole Schreiner is predicted to be the goalie while Grillet is out.

Earlham outshot the Wasps but E&H lead the shots on goal. The Wasps also finished the game without a single violation for offsides. The men’s soccer team will face Piedmont College next hoping to gain revenge from their last 1-0 loss to them three years ago. Cole Schreiner is predicted to be the goalie while Grillet is out.

– Kayla Mullkey

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