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Men's Soccer Upended By Mass-Boston

Photo Credit: Emerson Channel Sports
Photo Credit: Emerson Channel Sports


Score: Mass.-Boston 7, Emerson 1

Records: Emerson Lions (1-3-1) ; Mass.-Boston Beacons (2-1-1)

Location: Boston, Mass.

Date: September 10, 2019

The Lead: Sophomore Clark Dean (Atlanta, Ga.) tallied the lone goal for the Emerson men's soccer team as the Lions were upended 7-1 by the Mass.-Boston Beacons on Tuesday night. 




Dean - 1 goal
Paolo Pastor - 1 assist
Bo Feekins - 1 assist 

Goalie: Robbie Shinder - 0 goals allowed through 10:13 
David Kemp (1-3-1) - 7 goals allowed on 15 shots & 8 saves through 79:47



Nilton de Andrade - 3 goals & 3 assists
Nick Fontana - 2 goals & 1 assist
Josh Madden - 1 goal & 1 assist
Annilson DePina Fernandes - 1 goal
Gerardo Castaneda - 1 assist

Goalie: Sandro van Kuijik (1-0) - 1 goal allowed on 2 shots & 3 saves through 66:43
Omar Castro-Dreher: 0 goals allowed on 2 shots & 2 saves through 23:17


:53: Castaneda sprayed a ball from the midfield line to the top of the box that found de Andrade as he split two Emerson defenders and put in the game's first goal for the 1-0 lead. 

3:38: Leo Herrera played a long pass for de Andrade, who was able to bring the pass past a defender and sent a cut-back pass to a wide open Fontana at the top of the box. 

11:16: Emerson faced a three-goal hole after Fontana helped de Andrade to his second goal of the game after winning the ball off a Lions defender for the 3-0 Beacons advantage.

32:31: The Lions allowed de Andrade to cap off his hat trick when Madden found him for a left-footed finish just inside the near post to up the lead to 4-0. 

35:19: Madden upped Mass.-Boston's cushion to 5-0 when he raced onto the end of a de Andrade cross and finished inside the near post with his right foot.

40:58: Emerson finally made its way onto the board thanks to a long, powerful shot from the foot of Dean that deflected off a Beacon defender and into the top-left corner to put the score at 5-1.

51:51: The hosts regained a five-goal lead when de Andrade lofted a cross pass to the back post and saw Fontana head it down. (6-1)

77:10: A right footed shot by DePina Fernandes capped off the Beacons scoring. 



  • Emerson takes on Mass.-Boston in a cross-town tilt with a 7:00 p.m. kickoff. 
  • Mass.-Boston will travel to Salve Regina on Saturday, September 14 at 12:00 p.m.