DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – The Wesley College men's soccer team rebounded after their first loss of the season on Wednesday to secure a 3-1 road win over Delaware Valley on Saturday.
Wesley would score the opening marker of the game in the sixth minute of the game when Danny Garza played in a corner kick to Bruce Yeager. Yeager's header bounced off the crossbar, but Matthew Dina was able clean up the rebound and score the goal.
Chimaobi Ikwuagwu would put Wesley up by three in the opening moments of the second half. Luis Cruz would cross the ball in and Ikwuagwu would be on the end and head the ball into the net in the 49th minute of the game. Five minutes later, Garza would play a through ball on a streaking Ikwuagwu and would beat the keeper far post.
DelVal would net their first goal in the 61st minute when Austin Daniels scored on a header. Ikwuagwu would record his third goal of the second half in the 76th minute when Dina played in a long free kick into the box and ikwuagwu battled with the defender and scored past the keeper.
Wesley dominated the match, outshooting DelVal 20-5 and held the 12-1 advantage in corner kicks.
Jason Sommer recorded three saves in net for the Wolverines.
Wesley (7-1) will be back in action on Wednesday when they travel to Virginia to take on the Shenandoah Hornets. The match is set for a 7 p.m. start.