By James Vallone
ROME -- Shorter University's (3-10-1, 2-6 GSC) men's soccer team hosted fellow Gulf South Conference member Christian Brothers University (7-5-1, 5-2-1 GSC) at Ben Brady Field, with the Bucs taking the 4-0 victory over the Hawks.
Not to be lost in the score is the effort that was put forth by freshman goalkeeper Austen Trevers. Trevers was able to tally 14 saves, which ties the single game high in program history. Thomas Fulton originally set the record in the 2006 season; Fulton holds all the major goalkeeper marks for the Hawks program.
Christian Brothers was able to outshot the Hawks 31-5 for the game. Irvin Espinal had three shots, while Guy Hunt accounted for the other two. Hunt is coming off of a four-goal game the last time the Hawks took the field at Ben Brady.
The Bucs were able to get two goals in the first half; Michael Hollier scored unassisted in the 26th minute, while José Ferris set up Daniel Jenkins in the 32nd minute, to take a 2-0 lead to the intermission. The Bucs added two more in the second half; Jose Ferraz from Adamandios Toras in the 46th minute, and Tony Aloha from Daniel Jenkins and William McAllister in the 83rd minute.
The Hawks will travel to Union on October 20 to visit fellow newcomer to the GSC. October 22 sees the Hawks back at Ben Brady Field for a 7:30 pm start time against GSC foe Alabama-Huntsville; SU has already beaten the Chargers once this season, 2-1 on September 20.