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8/28 Point Park 7-0
9/1 Mars Hill 2-0
9/2 Catawba 6-2
9/8 Ohio Valley 1-0
9/11 WV Wesleyan 1-2
9/14 Bethany 2-1
9/19 AB 1-0
9/23 Lenoir Rhyne 1-2
9/28 Tiffin 2-4
10/3 D&E 0-2
10/6 UC 1-0
10/10 Slippery Rock 3-2
10/13 Shepherd 1-3
10/17 UPJ 2-1
10/20 Seton Hill 1-0
10/24 Salem 1-0
10/27 W&J 0-1
10/30 Shepherd 2-0
11/1 WV Wesleyan 1-2
Season Records
Overall: 12-7-0
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Five WVIAC Men's Soccer Standouts Named To All-Region Squad

(HARROGATE, TN)---West Virginia Conference regular season champion Davis & Elkins placed three players on the Daktronics NCAA Division II Men's Soccer All-Appalachian Region Team.

Goalkeeper Timothy O'Toole, defender Matt Fannon, and forward Makesi Bostic are the Senators recognized on the first team all-region squad.  Wheeling Jesuit standouts Gary Newson and Kerdyn Moe were also named to the first team.

Defender Justin Daugherty (Ohio Valley), midfielder Nicolas Benavides (WV Wesleyan), and forward Kyle Regan (Wheeling Jesuit) earned second team nods.

The squad is selected by regional sports information directors.  First team honorees move on to the national ballot in their quest for All-America honors.

2007 Daktronics NCAA Division II Men's Soccer All-Appalachian Region Team

First Team
GK - Timothy O'Toole, Davis and Elkins
D - Felipe Nogueira, Lincoln Memorial
D - Gary Higgins, Lenoir-Rhyne
D - Matt Fannon, Davis and Elkins
D - Gary Newson, Wheeling Jesuit
MF - Ryan Villiard, Catawba
MF - Nelson Pizzaro, Lincoln Memorial
MF - Kerdyn Moe, Wheeling Jesuit
F - Leandro Pereira, Lincoln Memorial
F - Debola Ogunseye, Newberry
F - Makesi Bostic, Davis and Elkins
Second Team
GK - Jordan Moore, Carson-Newman
D - Ben Clark, Wingate
D - Marcelo Galafassi, Lincoln Memorial
D - Justin Daugherty, Ohio Valley
D - Rondon Bacchus, Mars Hill
D - Jovan Rochford, Newberry
MF - Lucas Paulini, Tusculum
MF - Luis Carrizosa, Lenoir-Rhyne
MF - Nicolas Benavides, West Virginia Wesleyan
MF - Gareth Williams, Tusculum
F - Bruno Conceic„o, Tusculum
F - Kyle Regan, Wheeling Jesuit
F - Junior Nyemb, Wingate
Region Player of the Year: Leandro Pereira, Lincoln Memorial



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WV Wesleyan 2, Wheeling Jesuit 1 (2 ot)

(BUCKHANNON)---Anthony Peters scored in the 102nd minute as West Virginia Wesleyan (10-9-2) edged Wheeling Jesuit 2-1 (12-7-0) in a double-overtime WVIAC Tournament semifinal thriller.

Peters' game-winner came following an assist from Brandon Chagnard.  Wesleyan advances to meet local rival Davis & Elkins in Saturday's championship tilt.

Wesleyan struck first in as Brett Fackenthal tallied a 42nd minute goal.  Wheeling Jesuit got the equalizer in the 59th minute as T.J. O'Brien connected on an unassisted score.

Neither squad could score in the first ten-minute overtime session, but Peters put an end to the contest with his golden goal little more than two minutes into the second overtime.

Each team put a dozen shots on goal in the evenly matched confrontation.  WVWC keeper Andrew Baldasare notched ten saves.  His WJU counterpart Brandon Regan managed nine saves.

Davis & Elkins 4, Pitt Johnstown 0
(ELKINS)---Davis & Elkins (17-4-0) did all of their damage in the first half to eliminate Pitt Johnstown (10-7-3) 4-0 in a WVIAC Men's Soccer Tournament semifinal. 

It only took the Senators seven minutes to get on the board with Daniel Kwafo's unassisted goal.  Kwafo assisted on an Aaron Edings score in the 18th minute to double the lead to 2-0.

Michael Knox connected in the 23rd minute for the third D&E score as Matt Fannon provided an assist.  Mikey Perez closed the scoring just before the midway point with some help from Elvis Hedji.

UPJ only managed five shots on goal as Timothy O'Toole and John Parsons combined for a shutout in goal.  O'Toole played the first 65 minutes with three saves.  Parsons recorded a pair of saves in closing out the contest.

Craig Neff notched nine saves for UPJ.  Chris Hawkins fired off three shots, while Arik Misler launched a pair of shots for the Mountain Cats.

D&E, the Appalachian Region's sixth-ranked club, hosts either West Virginia Wesleyan in Saturday's 3:00 p.m. championship match.  The Senators recorded 1-0 regular season victory against rival Wesleyan and own a 10-1 home mark in 2007.

WVIAC Men's Soccer Tournament
Monday, 10/29---Play-in round
G1: #8 Ohio Valley 2, #9 Charleston 1 (ot)
Tuesday, 10/30---First Round
G2: #1 Davis & Elkins 3, #8 Ohio Valley 0
G3: #5 Pitt Johnstown 0, #4 Alderson-Broaddus 0 (2 ot)---UPJ advances on penalty kicks 8-7.
G4: #3 Wheeling Jesuit 2, #6 Shepherd 0
G5: #2 West Virginia Wesleyan 2, #7 Salem International 0
Thursday, 11/1---Semifinals
G6: Davis & Elkins 4, Pitt Johnstown 0
G7: West Virginia Wesleyan 2, Wheeling Jesuit 1 (2 ot)
Saturday, 11/3---Championship
G8: West Virginia Wesleyan at Davis & Elkins 3:00

Note: All matches hosted by the higher seed.


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Menís Soccer vs. Shepherd University

Dan Rosato

The Wheeling Jesuit Cardinals began the WVIAC Menís Soccer Tournament on Tuesday night. The Men were given the 3rd seed in the tournament. The first round for the Cardinals was against 6th seeded Shepherd University. The Cardinals were the first on the board on a goal from Hans Moses. The score at halftime stood Wheeling Jesuit 1, Shepherd University 0.

The Cardinals increased the lead to 2 only four minutes into the second half. Kerdyn Moe blasted a shot past the keeper on a cross from Justin Clark. This was Kerdynís team-leading 9th goal of the season. That was all that the Cardinals needed to win the game.

Be sure to log on to to find out the next opponent for the men. The Lady Cardinals Soccer team will host Concord on Friday, November 2nd.




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