Eastern Florida Men Prevail Over Andrew, 7-1
By Mark DeCotis, Athletic Communications // September 28, 2014
Cleef Desir Scores 3 goals
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MEN’S SOCCER – Eastern Florida freshman Cleef Desir scored three goals on Saturday to lead the Titans to a 7-1 men’s soccer victory over Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia.
Desir now has 10 goals in Eastern Florida’s last four games including six in the Titans 15-0 victory over Andrew on Sept. 14. Sophomore Jordan Muir also continued his hot streak scoring twice on Saturday following his three goals in Friday’s 4-3 victory over Darton State College.
Eastern Florida also got a goal from sophomore Justin Gavin and an Andrew own goal.
Assists went to Gavin, who had two giving him four for the weekend, Muir, who had two, freshman Miles McRae, who had two, and freshman Ian Carey. The victory improved Eastern Florida’s record to 7-2.
The Titans return to action on Friday hosting Darton at 8 p.m. on the Melbourne Campus. Admission is free.
Eastern Florida Women Remain Perfect With 4-0 Victory
WOMEN’S SOCCER – Eastern Florida’s women’s soccer team improved to 4-0 on the season with a 4-0 victory over Cape Fear (North Carolina) Community College on Saturday in LaPlata, Maryland.
EFSC outshot Cape Fear 25-4. The Titans built a 3-0 halftime lead on goals from freshmen Kayla Washabaugh in the eighth minute on assists from classmates Helen Ramsey and Abbie Camargo; freshman Kassidee Davis in the 44th minute on a Camargo assist; and Camargo in the 45th minute on a Davis assist.
Sophomore Jamie Perriello capped the scoring in the 81st minute on a Davis assist. Freshmen Asmara Holmes and Denise Rodriguez split goalkeeping duties to record the shutout.
EFSC’s Titans return to action at 5 p.m. Tuesday, visiting NJCAA Region 8 foe Broward College in Davie. The Titans beat Broward 9-0 on Sept. 12 in Melbourne in their season opener.
Eastern Florida has allowed two goals in four games and scored 20. EFSC is ranked 5th nationally by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and sixth by the NJCAA. Cape Fear is ranked 13th and 16th respectively.
The Titans next home match is 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 against 2013 NJCAA Women’s Division I national runner-up Navarro College.
Admission to EFSC home games is free.