ODAC Men's Soccer Championships
November 4, 2000
Washington and Lee University - Lexington, Va.
Last Updated at 5:09 pm
#1 Washington and Lee def. #8 Guilford, 2-1 (OT)
#4 Randolph-Macon def. #5 Hampden-Sydney, 4-1
#2 Roanoke def. #7 Lynchburg, 7-2
#3 Virginia Wesleyan def. #6 Eastern Mennonite, 1-0 (2 OT)
#3 Virginia Wesleyan 1, #2 Roanoke 1 (VWC wins 4-3 on penalty kicks)
#1 Washington and Lee 2, #4 Randolph-Macon 1
#1 Washington and Lee 1, #3 Virginia Wesleyan 0
Marcus Toconita, Randolph-Macon
Robert Lentz, Randolph-Macon
Chris Ebeling, Roanoke
Todd Smith, Roanoke
Sean Wheaton, Virginia Wesleyan
James Abadi, Virginia Wesleyan
Vinnie Sciullo, Virginia Wesleyan
Tim Foley, Washington and Lee
Paul Wallace, Washington and Lee
Andrew Grimes, Washington and Lee
Philip Miller, Washington and Lee
LEXINGTON, Va. -- Freshman midfielder Philip Miller (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) scored the game's only goal at the 19:19 mark as Washington and Lee captured the 2000 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championship with a 1-0 victory over third-seeded Virginia Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon.
The lone goal was set up off a cross by senior midfielder Jon Wilson (Newport News, Va./Hampton Roads) and one-timed home by Miller.
Virginia Wesleyan (12-5-3) nearly tied the game with 30 seconds left off a header by senior forward Vinnie Sciullo (Marlboro, N.Y./John Jay) that was cleared off the goal line by W&L sophomore fullback Sean Hardin (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster).
Sophomore goalkeeper Tim Foley (Darnestown, Md./Georgetown Prep) held the Blue Marlins at bay the entire afternoon by making nine saves, while VWC freshman goalkeeper Sean Wheaton (Virginia Beach, Va./Kempsville) stopped 11 of the 12 shots he faced.
Senior fullback James Abadi (Nicholasville, Ky./Lexington Catholic), Sciullo and Wheaton were named to the ODAC All-Tournament Team for Virginia Wesleyan.
Junior forward Andrew Grimes (Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay), junior fullback Paul Wallace (Roanoke, Va./Patrick Henry), Foley and Miller each earned all-tournament honors for Washington and Lee.
W&L (18-1) will now compete in the NCAA Division III Tournament with the date, time and site to be determined.
SCORING GOALS W&L - Philip Miller (1) VWC - none ASSISTS W&L - Jon Wilson (1) VWC - none GOALTENDING Player (School) Minutes GA Saves Shots W/L/T Tim Foley (W&L) 90 0 9 9 W Sean Wheaton (VWC) 90 1 11 12 L W&L VWC 15 Shots 13 5 Corner Kicks 6 0 Penalty Kicks 0 10 Saves 11 17 Fouls 19 none Cards 2
LEXINGTON, Va. -- Junior forward Andrew Grimes (Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay) headed home the game-winner with 1:29 to play in regulation off a corner kick from senior midfielder Jon Wilson (Virginia Beach, Va./Hampton Roads) to lift host Washington and Lee to a 2-1 victory over fourth-seeded Randolph-Macon in the ODAC Men's Soccer semifinals.
The win moves W&L (17-1) into the ODAC tournament finals Saturday afternoon against third-seeded Virginia Wesleyan. Game time is set for 1:30 pm.
Randolph-Macon (13-6-1) started the scoring at the 13:35 mark with a penalty kick goal from senior forward Scott Eley (Petersburg, Va./Prince George). The penalty kick was set up after freshman forward Andrew Beazley (Studley, Va./Atlee) was brought down by a W&L defender in the box.
The Generals tied the game at the 43:13 mark with a goal by freshman midfielder Philip Miller (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood).
Sophomore goalkeeper Tim Foley (Darnestown, Md./Georgetown Prep) made five saves for the Generals, while junior goalkeeper Michael Matson (Neptune, N.J./Neptune) also collected five saves for the Yellow Jackets.
SCORING GOALS W&L - Philip Miller (1), Andrew Grimes (1) R-MC - Scott Eley (1) ASSISTS W&L - Jon Wilson (1) R-MC - none GOALTENDING Player (School) Minutes GA Saves Shots W/L/T Tim Foley (W&L) 90 1 5 6 W Michael Matson (R-MC) 90 2 5 7 L W&L R-MC 17 Shots 8 3 Corner Kicks 6 0 Penalty Kicks 1 5 Saves 5 22 Fouls 22 2 Cards 3
LEXINGTON, Va. -- Third-seeded Virginia Wesleyan advanced to its fourth straight ODAC Championship contest with a victory over second-seeded Roanoke in the ODAC men's soccer tournament semifinals on Friday afternoon in Lexington. The game was tied 1-1 after two overtime periods and the Marlins prevailed 4-3 in penalty kicks.
Freshman midfielder Bruce Krezonis (Neptune, N.J./Neptune) kicked the game-winner on the fifth-and-final penalty kick, beating Roanoke freshman goalie Chris Ebeling (Ellicott City, Md./Oakland Hills).
VWC senior forward Vinnie Sciullo (Marlboro, N.Y./John Jay) started the scoring at the 26:20 mark, heading in a deflected ball in front of the net.
The Blue Marlins (12-4-3) would hold Roanoke (15-4-1) scoreless until the 75:11 mark when sophomore midfielder Regi Francois (Springfield, Va./Washington International) found the net off an assist from freshman forward David Lechtrecker (Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron).
Freshman goalie Sean Wheaton (Virginia Beach, Va./Kempsville) recorded six saves in goal for the Marlins, while Ebeling notched 11 saves for the Maroons.
Virginia Wesleyan will take on the winner of the other semifinal contest, Washington and Lee vs. Randolph-Macon, in the finals on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 pm.
SCORING GOALS VWC - Vinnie Sciullo (1) RC - Regi Francois (1) ASSISTS VWC - None RC - David Lechtrecker (1) PENALTY KICKS RC - Ryan Pflugrad (NG), Darren Eversole (G), Harold McConnell (G), Regi Francois (G), Michael Berry (NG) VWC - Tom Scanlon (G), Patrick Bryan (G), Vinnie Sciullo (G), Dan Greenspun (NG), Bruce Krezonis (G) GOALTENDING Player (School) Minutes GA Saves Shots W/L/T Sean Wheaton (VWC) 120 1 6 7 W Chris Ebeling (RC) 120 1 11 12 L VWC RC 22 Shots 17 9 Corner Kicks 4 5 Penalty Kicks 5 8 Saves 12 22 Fouls 30 2 Cards 3