Drury visits SBU on Friday, at home vs. Rockhurst on Sunday

DRURY MEN’S SOCCER
Drury Panthers (3-1-3, 1-0-2) at Southwest Baptist Bearcats (0-6-1, 0-3)
Fri., Sept. 23, 7:30 pm – Bolivar, Mo.
 
Drury Panthers vs. Rockhurst Hawks
Sun., Sept. 25, 2:30 pm – Harrison Stadium / Curry Sports Complex

Tickets
$5 (Drury students and children under 12, FREE)
 
Live Coverage
Video on the GLVCSN
Live Stats
 
Drury at SBU on Friday, home vs. Rockhurst on Sunday
The Drury Panthers have two conference matches this weekend as they travel to Southwest Baptist on Friday night, then host Rockhurst on Sunday.
 
Drury is 3-1-3, 1-0-2 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference and has fought to a draw in their last two matches. After opening league play with a 3-0 win at Quincy on Sept. 18, the Panthers tied at William Jewell 1-1 on Sept. 20, then played to a scoreless tie last Sunday against Truman State.
 
Southwest Baptist is 0-6-1 and 0-3 in the GLVC. The Bearcats are coming off of a 3-1 loss to William Jewell last Sunday.
 
Rockhurst comes into the weekend unbeaten at 3-0-2, 2-0 in the conference, and they have won three straight. Before coming to Springfield on Sunday, the Hawks play at Missouri S&T on Friday. Rockhurst opened the season with two non-conference ties, one of them to seventh-ranked Fort Hays State, 1-1, on Sept. 1. Rockhurst has league wins against William Jewell, 4-0, and SBU, 6-1.
 
The Hawks are coached by Tony Tocco. The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame member is in his 52nd season as the program’s head coach and owns a 722-223-83 career record. He is second all-time in intercollegiate career wins in men’s soccer.
 
Drury’s Kaelan Debbage enters Friday’s game with five goals and two assists. His 12 points are tied for the GLVC lead and he is the co-leader in goals with five. Panthers goalkeeper Tyler Frolik ranks second in the conference in goals against average at 0.55, and is second in save percentage with a .909 mark.
 
After this weekend’s games, Drury plays just once next week with a game against Missouri S&T on Sunday, Oct. 2 in Rolla.

QUICK FACTS
Stat Leaders
Drury:  #22 Kaelan Debbage (5g-2a—12 pts), #11 Nathan Logue (2g-3a—7 pts), #40 Drew Frolik (2-0-3, 0.55 GAA, .909 sv pct)
Southwest Baptist: #13 Titouan Fraslin (2g–4 pts), #3 Ignacio Masalli (2g—4 pts), #0 Dawson Sozio (3.33 GAA, .636 sv pct)
 
Rockhurst: #12 Kaden Cripe (3g-1a—7 pts), #11 Jordan Andrews (2g), #1 Andrea Dorella (3-0-2, 0.40 GAA, .913)
 
Jamie O’Brien on All-Time Charts
GOALS
1. 37 John Pedroli 1999-2002

5. 31 Marco Cherisma 2007-08
6. 30 Josh Keisker 1995-98
7. 29 Chad Jaeger 1992-93
T-8. 28 Jamie O’Brien 2018-present
T-8. 28 Tim Oldani 1995-98
 
POINTS
1. 95 Micah Whorton 2007-10

6. 70 Marco Cherisma 2007-08
7. 69 Chad Jaeger 1992-93
8. 67 Tim Oldani 1995-98
T-9. 59 Nick Ammann 2011-14
T-9. 59 Jamie O’Brien 2018-present
11. 58 Matt Tuohy 1992-95
 
Records
Drury: 3-1-3 (1-0-2)
Southwest Baptist: 0-6-1 (0-3)
Rockhurst: 3-0-2 (2-0)
 
Head Coaches
Drury: Ben Taylor (6th year, 36-42-14) 
Southwest Baptist: Sabelo Hlongwane (1st year) 
Rockhurst: Tony Tocco (52nd year, 722-223-83)   
 
Last game
Drury tied Truman State 0-0 (Sun.)
Southwest Baptist lost at William Jewell 3-1 (Sun.)
Rockhurst won at Southwest Baptist 6-1 (Sept. 16), vs. Missouri S&T, Fri.
 
Streak
Drury: Tied 2
Southwest Baptist: Lost 3
Rockhurst: Won 3 (vs. Missouri S&T, Friday) 
 
Last meeting
Drury won 7-0 vs. Southwest Baptist, Sept. 26, 2021
Drury won 3-1 at Rockhurst, Sept. 17, 2021
 
All-time series 
Drury 9-0 vs. Southwest Baptist
Drury 6-21-1 vs. Rockhurst
 
Next Week
Drury at Missouri S&T, Sun., Oct. 2, 2:30 pm – Rolla, Mo.
 
#allweDUiswin
 

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