GREENSBORO, N.C. — Dylan Ritch scored two goals to lead visiting Washington and Lee University to a 6-1 Old Dominion Athletic (ODAC) victory over Guilford College on Monday night.
The Generals, who had five different players score goals in the game, moved to 8-3-1 and 6-0-1 in league play. The Quakers dropped to 5-8 and 1-6 in the ODAC.
Ritch scored 57 seconds into the match after a free-kick following a Guilford foul. Seth Chapman headed-in a short cross from Will Rowson to move the score to 2-0 five minutes later.
Ritch ran through the Quaker defensive and finished with a left-footed shot at the 24:44 mark to push the margin to 3-0. The final goal of the first half occurred 21 seconds before halftime. Nick St. Pierre converted a penalty kick for the visitors.
In the 71st minute, Griffin Coffey headed home a corner kick from Connor Wharton. Tyler Runge tallied at the 74:41 mark after he knocked in a rebound after a Zach Van Kampen save. Danny Tran earned the assist on W&L’s final score.
Guilford got on the scoreboard in the 85th minute. On the scoring play, Abdoulaye Camara scored on a breakaway after Ricky Aguilar slotted a pass through the W&L defense. The score was Camara’s first collegiate goal and Aguilar was credited with the assist.
The Generals had the edge in shots (27-7) and corner kicks (7-3).
Michael Nyc (7-1-1) started for Washington and Lee and played the first half. He was credited with the win and made two saves. Van Kampen (5-7) collected 11 saves in 90 minutes of action.
The Quakers play at Ferrum College on Wednesday (10/17). The ODAC match begins at 4 p.m.