AMERICUS, Ga. -- Divin Moke scored twice and the Georgia Southwestern State University men's soccer team posted its first shutout of the season for a 3-0 win over Pensacola Christian College on Thursday evening at Hurricane Field.
GSW evened its record at 3-3 at home this fall, 4-4 in non-conference matches and snapped a two-match losing streak to improve to 4-6 overall. Pensacola Christian dropped its second consecutive match to fall to 9-6.
Moke opened the scoring early when he met a cross from Sebastian Da Silva at the top of the six-yard box and punched it past the Eagles keeper to give the Hurricanes the lead in the sixth minute. Moke dribbled around a defender in the top left corner of the 18-yard box in the 30th minute to get enough space for his second score of the match and seventh goal of the season, a shot with his left foot.
GSW led at the break, 2-0.
The final goal of the evening came with 17:19 remaining, off a free kick by Cole Davison that was lofted to the top the six-yard box where Caleb Zolman flicked a header that came down just inside the cross bar for his first goal of the season.
GSW outshot Pensacola Christian, 24-15. The Hurricanes controlled the advantage in corner kicks, 10-3, and committed three more fouls, 11-8.
Up Next: The Hurricanes resume Peach Belt Conference play this weekend with a trip to USC Aiken on Saturday for a 7 p.m. match.