|Hawks Men's Soccer Shuts Out Shaw
RALEIGH, N.C. – The Chowan Men's Soccer team rebounded after an opening match loss with a shutout victory against Shaw on the road on Sunday evening.
FINAL | Chowan 5, Shaw 0
RECORDS | Chowan 1-1-0, Shaw 1-2-0
LOCATION | Raleigh, N.C.
INSIDE THE BOXS CORE
Harry Ardron led the team with five points with two goals and an assist in the win.
Jouryden Boogert, Sam Hall, and Cristian Fuentes posted a goal. Harry Lovett and London Williams tallied an assist.
Ross Miller was not tested much in the contest posting one save in the clean sheet.
HOW IT HAPPENED
Chowan would pepper the cage early with four shots. Trevin Myers, Sam Hall, and Mitchell Levi Lewis.
The Hawks would strike quickly for two goals in a span of 25 seconds. Harry Ardron would find the back of the net before SamHall scored to put the Hawks up 2-0.
The Blue and White would add a third goal in the 29' as Harry Ardron found Jouryden Boogert found the back of the net in the right corner.
Former Chowan player, Carl Kennedy, registered the only shot on target in the contest but was saved by Ross Miller.
Harry Ardon would net his second goal of the contest off an assist from Harri Lovett to put the Hawks up 4-0.
Chowan would continue to send shots towards cage but was unable to find the back of the net until in the 88' when London Williams found Cristian Fuentes to extend the lead to 5-0.
Chowan opens up Conference Carolinas play against Southern Wesleyan on Saturday, September 21. Opening touch is at 3:30pm.
|CU Women's Soccer Picked To Finish Fourth
GREENVILLE, S.C. – Entering the third year of Conference Carolinas action for the Chowan Women's Soccer program, the Hawks were picked to finish fourth in the league's preseason poll.
The past two seasons, the Hawks saw their season come to a close in the Conference Carolinas semifinals. Chowan finished with a 9-7-1 overall record last season under the direction of Fernando Zuniga.
The Blue and White return a plethora of talent from last season as the Hawks return nine of 11 starters from last season, as goalkeeper Olivia Borer graduated. Chowan is led by two-time First Team All-Conference Carolinas selection, Carolina Lucci, all-conference selection Sabrina Henderson, Sydney Henderson, Asia Fort, Rebekah Langley, and Shannon Park.
Chowan will look to prove some people wrong as the Hawks were voted to finish 10th and 11th in the preseason poll despite the consensus falling at fourth. Defending champion, Limestone, looks to defend their title with Belmont Abbey closely behind in second. North Greenville rounds out the top-three with Emmanuel predicted to finish fifth.
Chowan kicks-off the season at home on September 5 against Lincoln Memorial. To see the rest of the Conference Carolinas preseason poll click here.
|Hawks Men's Soccer Picked To Finish Second
GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Chowan Men's Soccer team was selected to finish second in the 2019 Conference Carolinas Preseason Poll selected by the conference coaches.
The Hawks finished with an 11-4-2 overall record and a trip to the Conference Carolinas Championship match before falling to defending champions, Limestone, in a golden goal in the 108' to a 1-0 defeat.
The Blue and White received two first place votes in the polls while Limestone received the remaining nine. Chowan sits with 90 points along with Limestone at 99 points. Belmont Abbey (78), Lees-McRae (63) and King (61) round out the top-five.
Chowan returns a host of all-conference performers last season including Conference Carolinas Defensive Player of the Year, Toby Sims, and Freshman of the Year, Harry Ardron. Mitchell Levi Lewis was named all-conference and led the league in total assists. Sims and Trevin Myers return as First Team recipients.
The Hawks will start their season on the road in Florida to take on Rollins and Florida Tech. The remaining Conference Carolinas Preseason Poll can be found here.