|September 05, 2007||1st||2nd||Final|
|NEWM||3:25||Kwame Gyamfi (Shane Abbott )|
|NEWM||28:56||Debola Ogunseye (Shane Abbott )|
|NEWM||52:02||Scott Busbee (Kwame Gyamfi )|
|NEWM||62:06||Kwame Gyamfi (Marvin Torvic )|
|Stats at a Glance||BCMSOC||NEWM|
|Shots (on Goal)||6 (3)||23 (13)|
NEWBERRY - Seth Addison scored twice as Newberry College rolled over Brevard College 5-0 in NCAA Division II Men's Soccer action Wednesday afternoon. Four different Indians scored as Newberry returned to its high scoring ways.
After two games in which the Indians scored just one goal, Newberry came out firing early against the Tornados. Addison (Accra, Ghana) started the scoring for the Indians when he took a throw in from Shane Abbott (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) and headed it off both the goalie and the cross bar for his fifth goal of the season in the fourth minute.
Abbott would get involved in another goal in the 29th minute when he sent a pass into the box for Debola Ogunseye (Lagos, Nigeria) who settled it with his chest before hitting a spinning kick past the goalie into the top left corner of the goal. The goal was Ogunseye's sixth of the season.
The Indians continued to put on the pressure, out shooting the Tornados 12-3 in the first half, but they were unable to convert going into the half still up just 2-0.
Newberry continued its offensive attack in the second half, scoring again in the 53rd minute to take a 3-0 lead. Midfielder Scott Busbee (Columbia, S.C.) received a pass from Addison and went on a run up the right side before firing a shot from 15 yards out past the goalie in the left side of the net. The goal was the first of the sophomore's collegiate career.
Just six minutes later freshman Jovan Rochford (Arima, Trinidad) scored his first collegiate goal when he found some space in the middle of the field and rocketed a shot into the lower left corner of the goal.
Newberry capped its scoring in the 63rd minute when Addison took a pass from midfielder Marvin Torvic (French Guiana) and beat both his defender and the goalie before depositing the ball into the net for his second goal of the game.
The Newberry offense was relentless as the Indians took 23 shots and had 12 corner kicks in the game.
Will Dieterich (Tampa, Fla.) was never really challenged on his way to a second straight shutout. The Tornados managed just three shots on goal and none from close range. The shutout was Dieterich's fourth of his career which ties him with Bryan Linn for first place all time in the Newberry record books. He also ties the record for shutouts in a season with two.
Addison's five-point day ties him with Ogunseye for the team lead with 13 points. Both Ogunseye and Addison have six goals and one assist on the season.
Ogunseye's goal gives him 51 career points which moves him past Jason Wiggins, who had 49 career points, into sole possession of third place in the Newberry record books.
The Indians' next game is on Saturday at 2 p.m. when they travel to Harrogate, Tenn., to open up conference play against Lincoln Memorial. The game should be a good test for Newberry as the Railsplitters began the year ranked fifth in the country but have fallen out of the top 25 after starting the year 2-2.