The Stetson men’s soccer team returns home for a single game this weekend, hosting Mercer at the Athletic Training Center on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
Last season’s runner-up in the Atlantic Sun Conference, Mercer (3-10-1) has gotten out to a slow start in league play, holding a record of just 1-2-1. The Bears began with a win at home against USC Upstate, but then lost to ETSU and Jacksonville before playing to a scoreless draw at FGCU this past Thursday.
Stetson, meanwhile, picked up its first point of A-Sun play last weekend, playing to a scoreless draw at USC Upstate with a depleted lineup. The Hatters will look to get back on track with two home contests after falling to ETSU by a score of 3-0 their last time out.
Sunday’s contest will have general admission tickets priced at $5 for adults and $4 for seniors and students. All home soccer matches are free to Stetson students, faculty, and staff with a Stetson University ID. For more information call (386) 738-HATS.
The match can also be watched live on HatterVision with Ryan Rouse on the call. Live Stats on GoHatters.com, the @StetsonMSoccer Twitter feed, and Hat-Alerts are also available for in-game updates.
• Stetson holds a 20-11-2 advantage over Mercer in the storied series between the two teams, which began back in 1985.
• Last season Mercer defeated Stetson 1-0 in Macon, Ga. on a goal by Josh Shutter.
• Stetson earned its first Atlantic Sun Conference point of the season on Oct. 11, playing to a 0-0 draw at USC Upstate.
• Rodgers and Centofanti lead Stetson with four points on the season. Rodgers has scored two goals, while Centofanti has scored one goal and recorded two assists.
• Stetson hasn’t scored since its 2-1 loss at home to Northern Kentucky.
• Senior Andreas Schnabl’s shutout against UMass Lowell was the 13th of his career, which is a school record.
• Schnabl’s eight saves against Grand Canyon tied a career best (Also 8 at FIU on 9/9/11). It tied for the most since Logan Potter’s 13 vs. Lipscomb on 10/9/09.