Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s soccer team picked up a 3-0 win over Furman on Saturday night at Martin Stadium by way of a hat trick from redshirt freshman Cesar Sancho.

 

Final Score: PC 3 – Furman 0

Location: Clinton, S.C. (Martin Stadium)

Records: Presbyterian (2-7); Furman (5-4)

 

Scoring Summary

- Sancho scored his first of the game off a corner kick from Luca Ziegler by the way of a header at 41:49.

- Sancho’s second (57:12) and third goals (70:58) came after the redshirt freshman collected loose balls in the six-yard box and shot them into an open net.

 

By The Numbers

- Presbyterian College used possession throughout the game to dominate shots on goal 8-3 with Furman nearly drawing even in shot, 14-12, with several late attempts.

- The Paladins led in corner kicks, 5-3.

- The game was very physical, with 33 total fouls and four yellow cards.

 

Notables

- Sancho’s hat trick was the first in PC’s Division I history and sets a team single-game record for goals (3) and points (6).

- Freshman Mark Zavalkov earned his first start in goal, playing the full 90 minutes and collecting three saves.

 

Up Next

Presbyterian College travels to play South Carolina on Tuesday, October 1, in a 7 pm matchup that will be broadcast on GamecocksOnline.com.