October 1, 2007

Bradley scores twice to lead men's soccer past Colby-Sawyer, 2-0

NEW LONDON, N.H. (courtesy Colby-Sawyer sports info) - Brandeis University Sophomore midfielder Corey Bradley (Holyoke, Mass.) scored two goals just eight minutes into the second half as the Judges went on to defeat the Chargers of Colby-Sawyer 2-0 in non-conference action Monday afternoon.

The Chargers played much of the game a man down, thanks to an early red card, but stellar defensive play from Nic DeZenzo (Methuen, Mass.) and the rest of the Chargers denied the Judges a chance at a first half score.

In the second half, the Judges would capitalize, scoring in the 53rd minute to take the 1-0 lead, thanks to Bradley's goal off a pass by senior tri-captain Evan Duval (Wilbraham, Mass.).

Just under a minute later, the Judges scored again, as Bradley took a feed from sophomore Alex Zenerovitz (Acton, Mass.) and beat a diving Chris Feltes (Manchester, N.H.) for the game's second score.

Brandeis out-shot the Chargers 14-8 on the game.

For Colby-Sawyer, Feltes made five saves while Brandeis sophomore keeper Taylor Bracken (No. Andover, Mass.) made four in his second shutout of the season.

The Chargers (4-5-2) return to action on Wednesday, October 3, when they travel to Wenham, Mass. for a 3:30 p.m. match-up with The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC) opponent Gordon College. Brandeis (4-3-2) next plays host to MIT on Wednesday at 4 p.m.