BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Birmingham-Southern men's soccer team fell to No. 7-ranked Emory University 3-0 on Wednesday night at Goldfarb Field, dropping the Panthers to 5-2-1 on the season.
The Panthers and Eagles battled for 45 scoreless minutes to head into halftime 0-0, but the Emory offense picked up in the second half to score three goals.
Emory's first goal, courtesy of Josh Berman, came in the 47th minute. The Eagles would tack on two more goals in the 64th and 80th minutes, goals scored by Jun Tsuru and Moustafa Khattab, respectively.
BSC senior goalkeeper Galen Curry (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park HS) finished the game with eight saves.
Birmingham-Southern will look to bounce back from the loss in its next match, its Southern Athletic Association opener against the Hendrix Warriors on Saturday, Sept. 22. The Panthers and Warriors will kick off following the conclusion of the women's match.
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