Guilford College tops Greensboro 5-0 in men’s soccer

Greensboro, NC — Guilford College defeated Greensboro College, 5-0, in a men’s soccer match at Pride Field. The visiting Quakers out-shot GC, 19-11. Woody Wilder (Wytheville, VA/George Wythe) made five saves for The Pride.

Eto’O Kemda-Kemtsop tallied twice for Guilford (4-2). The Quakers led 2-0 at the break on scores from Ronnie Castellanos (13th minute) and Kemda-Kemtsop (39th minute).

Freddy Gomez scored in the 67th minute, in the 78th and Kereith Pinnock in the 87th.

Guilford had a 5-3 edge in corner kicks.

Greensboro (1-4-1) plays at Chowan University this Saturday.

The Guilford College account of the game:

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Rookie Eto’O Kemda-Kemtsop (Washington,
D.C./Trinity-Pawling (N.Y.)) scored twice off the bench in visiting Guilford
College’s 5-0 victory over Greensboro College Wednesday afternoon at Pride

The Quakers’ (4-2) fourth straight win marked their sixth in 20 all-time
meetings with Greensboro (1-4-1) and their first since 2007.

Ronnie Castellanos (Lexington, N.C./North Forsyth) and Kemda-Kemtsop tallied
first-half goals for a 2-0 Guilford edge. Freddy Gomez (Burlington,
N.C./Williams) and Kereith Pinnock (Carver, Mass./Carver) scored around
Kemda-Kemtsop’s second goal to provide the final margin.

Peter Truitt (Washington, D.C./Woodrow Wilson) made five saves in goal
before giving way to Jonathan Shine for the final 10:02. Guilford outshot
the Pride, 19-11.

The Quakers open Old Dominion Athletic Conference play Saturday (9/18) at
Randolph-Macon College.


Soccer Game Summary (Final)
2010 Guilford College Soccer
Guilford vs Greensboro (Sep 15, 2010 at Greensboro, NC)

Guilford (4-2) vs. Greensboro (1-4-1)
Date: Sep 15, 2010 Attendance: 250
Weather: Warm and sunny
Goals by period 1 2 Tot
Guilford………… 2 3 – 5
Greensboro………. 0 0 – 0

1. 12:31 GC Ronnie Castellanos (2) (unassisted) – dribbled through the
defense shot far pipe
2. 39:03 GC Eto’O Kemda-Kemtsop (2) (unassisted) – shot squeaked far pipe
3. 66:45 GC Freddy Gomez (2) (unassisted) – cut through the 18 shot back
of the net
4. 77:00 GC Eto’O Kemda-Kemtsop (3) (unassisted) – saved twice before
finaly poking it in.
5. 86:00 GC Kereith Pinnock (1) (unassisted) – keeper dropped it, and
quaker cleaned up.
Shots: Guilford 19, Greensboro 11
Saves: Guilford 5 (Peter Truitt 5), Greensboro 5 (WILDER, Woody 5)
Nonconference match

Dave Walters
Guilford College Athletics