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Three-In-A-Row; Glenn's Two Goals Push the Pomeroys Past Grace Christian

Three-In-A-Row; Glenn's Two Goals Push the Pomeroys Past Grace Christian

SAINT MARY OF THE WOODS, Ind. - The Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College men's soccer team matched up in a physical battle against Grace Christian University today. The Pomeroys and Tigers were scoreless as they entered halftime. Armon Glenn was the games savior as he scored two goals which gave The Woods its first home victory in school history. Andrew Aceituno was the winning goalie as he shutout the GCU Tigers. SMWC has won three games in-a-row and will be back on the pitch on Thursday, September 27th, against Harris Stowe State University. First touch is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. EST.

How It Happened:
  • Armon Glenn found the back of the net on two separate occasions in the final 15 minutes of the game (76:18, 86:33)

  • Evan Crowe and Nicolas Castrillon were accredited with the assists on Glenn's first goal; Jose Parra set up the second goal of the night for Glenn

  • Marcos Hernandez was the stout defensive player for the night; he finished with a few key defensive blocks on goal

  • Andrew Aceituno helped lead the Pomeroys to their second shutout of the season; he has been a key player in this three-game winning streak

  • Overall, SMWC outshot Grace Christian 17-to-4

Say What?

Armon Glenn on scoring the go-ahead goal, "Coach is telling me to get onto the ball. In the first half, I missed a few opportunities and shot the ball high. Two perfect touches by my teammates set me up. I was flying down the field, looked up, and the ball was there so I just screamed it into the net."

Glenn on his second goal of the night, "I'm telling myself finish it, do something with it. My calve was starting to cramp up and I could feel it before I got the ball. But I knew I had to do it for my team to put the game away. After I scored the ball I fell to the ground and needed to come out."

Abe Tizaf on the Pomeroys first victory at home this season, "This was a great win. I'm so happy for the player's they had a good performance. Ecstatic to win our first home game. We will keep working on our final games but we will continue to improve. Thursday will be a tough game for us but we will be ready." He added, "Marcos working on the defense was the stability of our team tonight. He did a remarkable job."

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