AURORA, N.Y. – The No. 6 St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s soccer team (8-0, 2-0 UEC) continued to roll in New York Sunday afternoon with a commanding 8-0 shutout of Wells College (0-6, 0-2 UEC) in United East Conference action. Sophomore forward Noah Gregerman (Silver Spring, Md./Barrie School) led the way for the Seahawks with a hat trick while junior captain Nahom Fisseha (Laurel, Md./Archbishop Carroll) and sophomore forward Casey Cruz (Great Mills, Md./Leonardtown) each added a goal and an assist.
How It Happened
- St. Mary’s College scores four in each half to remain atop of the United East Conference standings.
- Sophomores Luke Duswalt (Leonardtown, Md./Leonardtown) and Lucca Mazzola (Pasadena, Md./Spalding) netted scores in the seventh and 22nd minutes for a 2-0 Seahawk lead at 21:21.
- The next two goals came from Cruz and Fisseha with Fisseha assisting on Cruz’s tally to send the visitors into halftime with a 4-0 advantage.
- After the break, senior captain Roshawn Panton (Bowie, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt) found the back of the net just 1:33 into the second frame.
- It was all Gregerman as he scored the final three goals of the contest 56th, 78th, and 81st minutes to finish off the scoring for the Seahawks and the game.
Inside the Box Score
- The Seahawks dominated from the opening whistle, outshooting the hosts, 49-0, and garnering 15 corner kicks to Wells’ one.
- Six different players scored for St. Mary’s College while five players notched an assist.
- Panton has tallied at least one goal in four straight games now while Gregerman has scored four goals in his first two games of the season.
- Panton currently leads the United East with team-bests of 17 points, eight goals, and three game-winning goals while senior defender Jacob Breslauer (Leonardtown, Md./Leonardtown) is tied for the league lead with three assists after helping on Mazzola’s goal this afternoon.
- Junior Liam deLone-Bellsey (Takoma Park, Md./Montgomery Blair) and first-year Kevin Mejicanos (Clinton, Md./Wise) combined for the team’s fifth shutout of the season.
- Colton Jaquith made 11 saves while the Express defense came up with six team saves.
Up Next for the Seahawks
- Sep. 22 at No. 23 Johns Hopkins (3-0-2) – Baltimore, Md./Homewood Field – 4:00 p.m.