October 05, 20211st2ndFinal
Northern Ky.101
ETSU12:11Rayhan Carlson-Du Toit (Gabriel Ramos )
ETSU16:14Tarik Pannholzer (Gabriel Ramos )
NKU34:14Jesse Randall
ETSU44:10Tarik Pannholzer (Rayhan Carlson-Du Toit )
ETSUPerryman, Josh90:0015
NKUPokopac, Josiah90:0033
Stats at a GlanceETSUNKU
Shots (on Goal)16 (6) 14 (6)
Corner Kicks65
Yellow Cards31
Men’s Soccer gears up for Tuesday matinee at Northern Kentucky
Men’s Soccer gears up for Tuesday matinee at Northern Kentucky
Monday, October 4, 2021

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. (Oct. 4, 2021) – The ETSU men’s soccer team gears up for a Tuesday matinee as the Buccaneers step out of Southern Conference play to take on Northern Kentucky. Game time is set for Noon at the NKU Soccer Stadium.



  • ETSU is coming off back-to-back draws as the Bucs battled Wofford to a 3-3 tie Saturday night at Summers-Taylor Stadium. 
  • The Bucs, whose next two matches are outside of league play, sit at 2-4-3 on the season. 
  • Sophomore Tarik Pannholzer (Flensburg, Germany) scored two of ETSU’s three goals last Saturday, moving his season total to seven … Those seven goals are tied for the eighth-most in single-season program history, while Pannholzer now has 10 career goals and 23 points … The 10 career goals are tied for seventh all-time and 23 points rank ninth 
  • Following his four saves on Saturday, Josh Perryman (Sheffield, England) moved into sole possession of second-place all-time in the ETSU record book … Perryman has 186 career saves and needs 19 to break Jonny Sutherland’s (2015-17) record of 204. 


  • NKU enters Tuesday’s match with an overall record of 4-6. 
  • The Norse earned a 2-0 shutout at Green Bay on Saturday where Daniel Bermingham made seven saves for NKU. 
  • Saturday marked the Norse’s third shutout this season, while Ben Hegge registered his first career goal, which gave NKU the 1-0 lead in the fourth minute. 
  • The Norse are outscoring their opponents by three, 19-16, while Jesse Randall leads the club with six goals and 15 points … Dylan Bufton has five goals in eight games for NKU. 
  • NKU is 2-2 at home this season with one of those wins coming against a SoCon foe – an 8-1 win over VMI on Sept. 7. 


  • Tuesday marks the third all-time meeting between the two former ASUN members. 
  • The teams have split those first two meetings with ETSU take a 3-0 decision back on Oct. 19, 2012 in Johnson City, while the Norse returned the favor with a 1-0 win on Oct. 23, 2013.


ETSU will have a week off before its final non-conference match as the Bucs head to Atlanta on Oct. 12 to take on Georgia State … Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

For more information on ETSU men’s soccer, visit ETSUBucs.com and click on the men’s soccer tab.