S. Terry Scores Twice as Knights Take Down Undefeated Christendom

Photo by Justo Photography
Photo by Justo Photography

Written by Chris Pendleton

FRONT ROYAL, Va.—The Southern Virginia University men's soccer team scored four goals at USCAA-affiliate Christendom College on Monday afternoon as the 15th-ranked Knights handed the 17th-ranked Crusaders their first loss of the season.

Freshman Josh Smith (Newburgh, Ind.) netted his team-leading sixth goal of the year at Christendom, while fellow first-year Andrew Kubat (Laguna Hills, Calif.) recorded his first collegiate goal against the Crusaders.

Another Southern Virginia freshman, Scott Terry (Paris, Texas), had a memorable day at Christendom scoring twice for the first time as a Knight pushing his season goal total to four.

The Knights outshot the Crusaders 20-5 for the match, including a 7-4 advantage for shots on goal. Southern Virginia is now 1-0-1 against USCAA competition this year after settling for a 1-1 tie at Warren Wilson College on Sept. 10.

Men's soccer returns to action on Thursday, Sept. 29, when they host NCAA Division III Emory & Henry College on The Fields at 4 p.m.