Late Rally by #3 Emory Drops Tartans
|Shots (on goal)
(ATLANTA, Ga.) – The Carnegie Mellon University men's soccer team traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, for a University Athletic Association (UAA) contest against No. 3-ranked Emory University on Saturday, October 14. The Eagles overcame a one-goal deficit to top the visiting Tartans by a 2-1 score. The Tartans are now 7-3-3 overall and 0-1-2 in the UAA. The Eagles move to 9-1-3 and 3-0-0.
Inside The Box Score
- The Tartans put their first shot on goal in the seventh minute when senior Ethan Vertal had his shot stopped by Peter Wagner.
- The Eagles put five shots on goal that sophomore Liam Ryan saved before the Tartans took a 1-0 lead.
- The goal by the Tartans came in the 26th minute when senior Josh Baugh put in a rebound off the crossbar off a shot by sophomore Zach Schonwetter.
- The Eagles had seven shots on goal in the first half, all stopped by sophomore Liam Ryan.
- Emory was able to equalize in the 70th minute off a goal by Alejandro Gomez.
- The Eagles then took the lead on a left-footed strike by Jaden Emoghene in the 74th minute.
- The Tartans had two shots on goal in the second half, the final one coming off the foot of Baugh in the 78th minute.
- Baugh continues to lead the team in goals with nine and also leads the UAA with two conference goals and nine overall goals.
The Tartans return home to host Washington University in St. Louis on Friday, October 20 at 3:30 p.m.