Emory shuts out BSC at home, 5-0
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Courtesy of a hat trick by Dylan Price, Emory University shut out the Birmingham-Southern men's soccer team at home, 5-0, Thursday evening at BSC Soccer Park.
The loss drops the Panthers to 3-3-1 on the season, while the Eagles move to 3-4-1.
Price scored his first two goals in the first half, in the 33rd and 36th minutes, the first off an assist from Andrew Jones, and the second off a double assist from Jones and Connor Curtin.
Price found the net again in the 65th minute, this time assisted by Nolan McKeever. Andrew Natalino put Emory up 4-0 in the 71st minute, also assisted by McKeever, and Carl Credle wrapped up the scoring in the 79th minute with a goal assisted by Matt Sherr.
Emory keeper Abe Hannigan played all 90 minutes and made two saves.
Emory held the advantage in shots, 17-7 overall and 13-3 on-goal. The Eagles also took 12 corner kicks to the Panthers' five.
BSC is at home again this Sunday, facing Concordia-Selma at 6 p.m.