Chestnut Hill, MASS. – Both teams came out of the gates attacking, trying their best to put pressure on the opposing team. The first goal wasn't scored until Brian "bj" wade connected with a cross pass from Shaquille Sailsman who then led Kenardo Dwyer as he made a touch pass to Wade. The Gators didn't stop there as Daniel Alanis played aggressive defense in the back field getting the steal and going all the way on an unassisted goal.
The second half started off the same way as the first with both teams playing aggressive soccer looking for goals anyway possible. It wasn't until at the sixty minute mark Kenardo Dwyer dribbled between two defenders then leading Shaquille Sailsman for the goal.
Down 3-0 Vermont Tech's comeback chances looked very slim as the game was fading away from them. That didn't stop them from playing aggressive as they connected on their first goal by Hunter Brock with about eighteen minutes left in the game. Vermont Tech looked energized after the goal, going after lose balls and making tough plays to keep the Gators from attempting another goal.
After the Gators playeed overly agressive commtting a foul in the box, Matthew Brien connected on a penalty kick which started to make things very interesting as the Gators now led 3-2 with about fifteen minutes remaining.
The Gators didn't get rattled as they responded two minutes later with their own goal by Wade which catapulted them to their 4-2 victory. Your Gators will host their postponed game vs. Southern Vermont on September 28th, kickoff at 3:30 p.m.