Owls get back to winning ways in Savannah

February 27, 2008

The Eagles of Georgia Southern scored the first goal of the game against the KSU Owls on February 24th. The game was played at the home field of the SCAD Bees in Savannah due to poor field conditions on the campus of Georgia Southern in Statesboro. The Owls responded hard and fast with 7 goals to end the first stanza, 7-2 and never looked back. Nine different players scored goals for the Owls. Both KSU goalies were tested at times by the Eagles but a tough defensive effort kept Georgia Southern in check. KSU was lead by attack man Scott Schulze with 4 goals and 4 assists, Tim Minick 4 goals and 2 assists and Jordan Lolley 5 goals and 1 assist. This game maybe a turning point for the lackluster offense that KSU has shown so far this season. They compete in a intra SELC regional game against the always tough Eckerd Tritons on Saturday.

KSU wishes to thank SCAD Coach Mike Cummings for allowing the game between Georgia Southern to take place and thanks the promising Georgia Southern Eagles for making the trip to Savannah to participate in the contest. The cooperation and effort of both programs was greatly appreciated by the KSU Owls.