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Emory edges BSC in overtime, 1-0

Emory edges BSC in overtime, 1-0

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—A goal in the 95th minute propelled Emory past the Birmingham-Southern men's soccer team, 1-0, Wednesday evening in Atlanta.

The Panthers fell to 11-3-2, while the Eagles moved to 8-4-2.

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • Emory dominated possession throughout the contest, out-shooting BSC 17-1 including a 10-0 margin through the second half and overtime.
  • Christian Meyer scored the game-winner for the Eagles at the 94:30 mark, receiving the far cross in heavy traffic and turning to fire it past diving BSC freshman goalkeeper Galen Curry.

NOTABLE

  • Curry recorded two saves, while junior starter Marvin Castellanos recorded one in the first half.
  • Emory held an 11-0 advantage in corner kicks.
  • Tonight's game marked the seventh overtime contest of the season for BSC.

UP NEXT

  • The Panthers wrap up regular season action in Conway, Ark., on Saturday against Hendrix at 2:30 p.m.