Men's Soccer Travels to KWC and Trevecca This Week

Khalif Hassan (Photo by: Zoie Fisher)
Khalif Hassan (Photo by: Zoie Fisher)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Dominican's men's soccer continues Great Midwest Athletic Conference play as they travel southwest to Kentucky Wesleyan and Trevecca Nazarene.

The men kickoff at 7:30 p.m. CT at Kentucky Wesleyan and head to play the Trojans of Trevecca in Saturday at 1 p.m. CT.

About Ohio Dominican

The Panthers are coming off a week where they tied at Cedarville 1-1 and lost at Walsh 3-1. The Panthers are 1-3-1 overall and 0-1-1 in the conference heading on the road this weekend.

ODU is averaging 1.00 goals per game on eight shots while allowing 1.53 goals defensively.

The Panther offense is led by junior River Allbaugh (Pickerington, Ohio) who has one goal and two assists on the season while Cameron Christian (Pataskala, Ohio) and Alex Larzelere (Hilliard, Ohio) each have one goal and one assist.

Junior goalkeeper Ian Crook (Cincinnati, Ohio) has played and started in four games recording 15 saves while sophomore Aiden Genette (Macomb, Mich.) has played in three games, starting one with 12 saves.

About Kentucky Wesleyan

KWC comes into the week with a 2-2 record and started off G-MAC play with a suspended game at Trevecca and a 5-0 loss against Findlay.

The fellow Panthers in the G-MAC have six goals in their four games led by Ben Protheroe who has three goals on the season and Anatoli Gishe who has two goals and an assist.

Lucas Daunhauer leads the KWC defense playing and starting all four games recording 23 saves while allowing seven goals.

A year ago, the battle of the Panthers only happened once with ODU traveling to Owensboro and defeating KWC 5-0.

About Trevecca Nazarene

The Trojans come into the week with a 1-3 record overall and a 0-1 conference record after a 3-1 loss to Tiffin to open the G-MAC season. Trevecca will host Cedarville on Thursday before ODU heads to Nashville on Saturday.

Michael Jones and Tadg McEvoy lead the Trojan offense as they have each scored two goals in the early season with two other players each scoring a goal. Trevecca has scored six times on 38 attempts while allowing nine goals on 65 attempts.

Andrew Bargh and Will Thompson have split duties between the posts to as Bargh made eight saves on his one game played and Thompson has made nine saves while allowing six goals in three games played.

A year ago, the Panthers and Trojans split their season series with each team winning at their home fields. ODU won 4-1 in Panther Stadium while Trevecca won 2-0 in Nashville,.