Panther men’s soccer remains unbeaten

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College men’s soccer team won three recent games to improve to 5-0-1 overall, 2-0-1 in NESCAC play. All three wins were by shutout, as the Panthers have now gone 470 minutes without allowing a goal
On Sept. 17, the Panthers defeated host Southern Vermont, 4-0, as Greg Conrad scored twice and added an assist. The Panthers got on the scoreboard with just under seven minutes to play in the opening half when Conrad netted his first of the day with an assist from Andres Rodlauer.
Six minutes into the second half, Middlebury Adam Glaser made it 2-0 by finishing a give-and-go play with Conrad. At 60:52, Conrad scored after collecting a pass from Kirk Horton. Enzo Wiener, from Dan Skayne, tacked on the final goal.
Middlebury keeper Greg Sydor posted one save in his 75:19 of action. SVC’s Cody Gross turned away 13 Panther shots.
On this past Saturday, the Panthers picked up a 2-0 win over visiting NESCAC foe Bowdoin (2-3, 1-3). Middlebury took a 1-0 lead at the 22:58 mark, when Tom Bean headed Noah Goss-Woliner’s corner kick home.
The Panthers doubled their lead 30:14 into the contest, when Glaser recorded his NESCAC-best fifth of the season. Conrad fed Glaser, who flicked the ball over the keeper.
Bowdoin held a 9-3 shots advantage in the contest, while Middlebury held a 5-4 edge in corner kicks. Sydor made one save to earn his third shutout of the season, while Polar Bear Noah Safian did not make a save.
On Tuesday, the Panthers scored three goals in the final 30 minutes to earn a 3-0 road win over Colby-Sawyer (3-4-1).
The match was scoreless until 60:20 when Kirk Horton found the left corner.
Five minutes later, a Colby-Sawyer player was sent off, giving the visitors a man advantage for the final 25 minutes.
Middlebury scored next in the 74th minute, when Goss-Woliner one-touched a Glaser feed off left post and in.
Goss-Woliner also set up a Horton goal 2:33 later, sending a corner kick into the box, where Horton headed the ball home.
Sydor made one late save, while Colby-Sawyer goalie Nick Austin finished with 12 saves.
Middlebury finished the contest with a 31-4 edge in shots and a 7-4 advantage in corner kicks. 

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