No. 13 Men's Soccer and No. 9 Emory Play to 0-0 Double Overtime Tie
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St. Louis, Mo., October 3, 2010 – No. 13 ranked Washington University in St. Louis and No. 9 ranked Emory University played to a 0-0 double overtime tie in the University Athletic Association (UAA) men’s soccer opener for both squads on Sunday afternoon at Francis Field in St. Louis, Mo.
Senior goalkeeper Andrew Serio (45 minutes, five saves) and freshman goalkeeper Jonathan Jebson (65 minutes, four saves) split time in goal for the Bears, while Emory’s Trenton Spindler played all 110 minutes in the net making five saves.
Washington U. had a 16-15 advantage in shots, while Emory held a 10-5 advantage in corner kicks. Sophomore Zach Query had six shots to lead the WUSTL offense, while freshman Jeremy Kirkwood took three shots off the bench for the Bears.
With the tie, Washington University improves to 7-0-3 on the year, which is the team’s best start to a season since 1995, when the Bears began the year with a 10-0-1 record.
Washington University (7-0-3, 0-0-1 UAA) steps out of conference play on Wednesday, Oct. 6, for a road game at Westminster College. Game time is set for 7 p.m. in Fulton, Mo.
Bear Notebook: Washington University leads the all-time series with Emory, 11-7-7 … The shutout for the Bears was the seventh of the season, while Emory extended its school record with its eighth-consecutive shutout, and its ninth overall.