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Guilford Quakers in action 9/11 through 9/19


Men’s soccer – September 11


Guilford College comes back to beat visiting Berry College 2—1. The first half was all Berry, as they managed an unassisted goal by David Shaw in the thirty-fifth minute, making the score 1—0. The second half was different, as Guilford crawled back from the 1—0 deficit with two goals, in the fiftieth and eighty-third minute respectively. The first goal, a one-footed touch over the keeper, was made by Freddy Gomez, assisted by junior teammate Ronnie Castellanos. The last goal, the winner, was made in the eight-third minute by Greg Carnovale


Women’s volleyball- September 13


Guilford loses a tough 3-0 loss at home to Washington and Lee. Both teams were playing their first Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) game. The Generals improved to 9—0 with the win, with Lindsey Dee finishing with a game-high 10 kills on .389. Mary Moody and Emma Gunn both led Guilford with five kills. Taylor Whitley also had 20 assists and seven digs. Moody and Taylor Phillips both had 11 digs in the loss. 


Women’s soccer-September 14


Guilford beats Greensboro College for their fourth straight win 3—1. Freshman Hannah  Schiltz scored the first two goals of the match. Although Greensboro attempted to come back with a goal in the fifty-fourth minute, the Quakers stifled any chances the Pride had, with one last goal in the fifty-sixth minute. 


Men’s soccer September 14


Guilford falls to Emory and Henry on the road 3—1, in their conference opener. Emory and Henry came out hot with two goals to start the match. Matthew Poling scored a goal, his first in his college career, in the thirty-third minute to start a comeback for the Quakers, although they were unable to complete it as Emory and Henry scored a goal in the second half to win the match. 


Men’s soccer September 17


Guilford loses on the road to Covenant 2—1. The first half belonged to Covenant, with the Scots scoring the first two goals of the game, both by Ian Meredith. 

The Quakers, who struggled to get a goal off the entire game, got on the board with their own goal in the seventy-sixth minute. The goal happened when the Scots were playing with 10 men, due to Covenant’s Chris Pifer having been sent off in the sixty-fourth minute with a red card. 

Although the Quakers tried to come back with a couple more shots at another goal, Scots goalie John Eger was able to stop them, finishing with eight saves. The Quakers’ keeper, Michael MacVane, made four saves in his first start as goalie. 


Women’s Volleyball September 17


Guilford College falls on the road to Virginia Wesleyan College 3—2. The Marlins were led by Kala Guy with a game-high 17 kills, four aces, 11 digs, and a block. The Quakers’ Mary Moody led the Quakers with 10 kills as well as 22 digs and Taylor Phillips led with 15 digs. Laura Kopald added nine digs and two aces. Emma Gunn had eight kills and a block. Malikah French had eight kills and six block assists.

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