Gannon Men’s Soccer Shuts Out East Stroudsburg


Gannon Men’s Soccer Stays Unbeaten in PSAC-Play; Shuts Out East Stroudsburg, 1-0

10/8/2017 | Men’s Soccer | Box Score


Final Score: Gannon 1, East Stroudsburg 0

Records: Gannon 7-4-1, 6-0-1 PSAC | East Stroudsburg 6-3-1, 4-3 PSAC

Location: Erie, Pa. – McConnell Family Stadium

The Short Story – Gannon Men’s Soccer shutout its fourth opponent this season with a 1-0 victory over the East Stroudsburg Warriors on Sunday afternoon. Eduardo de Bonis Encinoso (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain/Escuelas Pias Tenerife) scored the only goal of the match in the 20th minute off a Joshua Ott (Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep) pass.


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In the 20th minute, Joshua Ott (Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep) booted a ball up field where Eduardo de Bonis Encinoso (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain/Escuelas Pias Tenerife) was crashing toward the net. The long 40-yard pass met de Bonis Encinoso’s head where he redirected it into the net. It was de Bonis Encinoso’s third goal of the season.

Gannon went to halftime up 1-0, outshooting the Warriors, 5-4.

The Warriors had several second half looks that had a chance at finding net if it wasn’t for the great save efforts of Jorge Hernandez (Atvidaberg, Sweden/Bildningscentrum Facetten) and the Gannon defense. Hernandez made five saves in the contest.

East Stroudsburg had one last shot in the final 30 seconds of play as Laredo-Fernandez headed a shot that went just left of the goal.


East Stroudsburg outshot Gannon, 11-10, in the match.

Mathias Krigbaum (Greve, Denmark/Greve Gymnasium) led Gannon with two shots, both on goal.

Hernandez registered the goalie victory, collecting five saves. He extended his record to 7-3-1.

Eight carding offenses were made in the game. Gannon received three yellow cards while East Stroudsburg was issued four yellow cards and a red card.


Gannon’s last stretch of eight unbeaten matches occurred in the 2012 season. The Golden Knights began the 2012 campaign winning its first nine matches before finishing 13-6.

The Golden Knights moved to 6-0-1 in the conference, the best start though seven matches since joining the conference in 2008.

Jorge Hernandez (Atvidaberg, Sweden/Bildningscentrum Facetten)moves into a tie for fifth at Gannon with 10 career shutouts.

The Golden Knights move back into the top spot in the PSAC standings. Gannon (6-0-1) have collected 19 points through seven matches, while West Chester (6-0-0) bumps down to second at 18 points, playing one less conference match so far.

Gannon moved to 11-5-2 all-time against East Stroudsburg.


Gannon heads on the road for a first-place battle in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) at West Chester on Friday, Oct. 13.

The match is slated for Noon.

The Golden Knights lead the all-time series, 4-3-1.

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