Men's Soccer Calms Hurricanes

Men's Soccer Calms Hurricanes
Ryan Alexander had a goal and an assist to lead the Bucs over the 'Canes. Photo by Kelly Gavin.
MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers silenced the Georgia Southwestern Hurricanes 4-0 at Buccaneer Field in men’s soccer on Friday night.
The Bucs (2-1-0) got four goals from four different players to beat the ‘Canes (0-4-0). Lee Yakubowich got the game-winner in the 11th minute with assists from Tommy Nodland and Ryan Alexander. Alexander added a goal of his own in the 22nd minute when Diego Lucio threaded a pass up the middle and Alexander out-raced the defense to beat Hurricane keeper Alex Crandall.
In the second half, Pedro Petris and Mark Kilpatrick padded the lead with assists from Julio Arnaiz and Nenad Savic respectively.
Devala Gorrick made two saves to preserve his first career shutout as the Bucs held a 23-3 edge in shots. Crandall had seven saves for GSW before giving way to John Scharnikow who made two saves over the last 11:40.
The Bucs are back in action at Buccaneer Field on Sunday, Sept. 2 against the Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters at 2:30 pm.
                         Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                          2006 Barry University Soccer
        Georgia Southwestern vs Barry (08/31/2007 at Miami Shores, Fla.)
 Georgia Southwestern (0-4-0) vs. Barry (2-1-0)
 Date: 08/31/2007    Attendance: 283
 Weather: Obfuscated
 Goals by period                 1  2  Tot
 Georgia Southwestern   0  0 -  0
 Barry...............................    2  2 -  4
  1.  10:24 BUM Lee Yakubowich (1) (Tommy Nodland;Ryan Alexander)
  2.  21:38 BUM Ryan Alexander (1) (Deigo Lucio) - through ball in middle to inside 12
  3.  55:41 BUM Pedro Petris (1) (Julio Arnaiz) - cross from right wing
  4.  64:53 BUM Mark Kilpatrick (1) (Nenad Savic) - long pass up from back
 Shots: Georgia Southwestern 3, Barry 23
 Saves: Georgia Southwestern 10 (Crandall, Alex 7; Scharnikow, John 2; TEAM 1), Barry 2 (Devala Gorrick 2)