Farmville, Va. – The Presbyterian College men’s soccer team picked up a 2-1 overtime win over Longwood at the Longwood Athletics Complex on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Riccardo Turcis buried a shot from the edge of the six-yard box at 95:10 to improve the Blue Hose to 1-0 in Big South play.

Final Score: PC 2 – Longwood 1

Location: Farmville, Va. (Longwood Athletics Complex)

Records: Presbyterian College (3-8, 1-0); Longwood (4-5, 0-2) 


Scoring Summary

- Mikel Abando scored from 12 yards out with a through ball from Eli Carr to open the scoring.

- Sergio Pinto tied the game with his third of the season off a pass from Luca Ziegler at 37:54.

- Turcis scored the game winner off a deflected cross that found the sophomore on the far post as he volleyed it in.


By the Numbers

- Presbyterian led in shots 12-7, and in shots on goal, 4-3. Longwood led in corners, 6-3, and in fouls, 20-14.

- Both teams earned three yellow cards each.



- Senior Ricardo Hernandez played the full 95 minutes and became the first PC player to eclipse 6000 career minutes played in the DI era.

- Pinto scored his 13th career goal and moved to within one goal of the program’s DI record.


Up Next

Presbyterian College hosts Radford at Martin Stadium on Wednesday, October 9, in a 7 pm game that will be broadcast on ESPN+.