Emory shuts out BSC at home, 5-0

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.

BSC junior goalkeeper Alex Levinson started and played 70 minutes, making seven saves and taking the loss. Senior Sveinbo Grimsson came in for the final 20 minutes and recorded one save.

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.