LANCASTER, Pa. --- The Moravian College men's soccer team posted its second straight shutout to begin the 2019 season with a 2-0 victory at Lancaster Bible College Saturday afternoon.
For the second consecutive match, sophomore midfielder Anthony Nagy scored on an early penalty kick as he drove a shot into the net in the sixth minute for his second marker of the year and an early 1-0 lead for the Hounds. Junior defender Michael Feeley doubled the advantage with his second career goal and first since his freshman campaign hen Feeley scored off of a setup from junior forward Ethan Blakely in the 22nd minute.
Moravian defense would take over at that point with junior keeper Michael Bone posting seven saves for his third career clean sheet and second of the fall.
"It was an exciting game at Lancaster Bible today," noted Head Coach Bob Wilkinson. "We scored two early goals and we were able to hold on to get our second win. Lancaster Bible put a lot of pressure on us at the end of the first half and during the second half, but the defense stayed strong. It's difficult to win back-to-back games on the road, so we are happy with that. We look forward to coming home for two games this week."
The Hounds are schedule to return to action with their 2019 home opener on Wednesday, September 4 when the squad welcomes Centenary (N.J.) University to John Makuvek Field for a non-conference contest starting at 4:00 p.m.