October 04, 20221st2ndFinal
Virginia Tech202
VT05:12Danny Flores
VT38:27Nick Blacklock (Mayola Kinyua )
VTJordan-Hyde, Connor90:0006
ETSUHunter, Cole90:0023
Stats at a GlanceVTETSU
Shots (on Goal)7 (5) 13 (6)
Corner Kicks84
Yellow Cards20
Bucs drop contest against Virginia Tech, 2-0
Bucs drop contest against Virginia Tech, 2-0
Tuesday, October 4, 2022

ETSU gives up first-half goals for the first time at Summers-Taylor Stadium this season

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Oct. 4, 2022) – Surrendering a pair of first-half goals – the first time allowed at home this season – the ETSU men’s soccer team suffered a 2-0 setback to Virginia Tech on Tuesday night at Summers-Taylor Stadium.

With the loss the Bucs dipped to 5-4-1 on the season.


  • 5’- Danny Flores scored from the penalty spot.
  • 38’ – Nick Blacklock scored on a shot assisted by Mayola Kinyua.


  • In Virginia Tech’s second attack, the Hokies were awarded a penalty kick in the fifth minute which was scored by Danny Flores.
  • The Bucs first true opportunity came in the 25th minute as Tarik Pannholzer (Flensburg, Germany) forced a save by the Hokies goalkeeper Connor Jordan-Hyde. From the rebound, Kieran Richards (Hamilton, New Zealand) fired a laser back at the Jordan-Hyde, but the Virginia tech keeper made an outstanding save.
  • Minutes later, Gabriel Ramos (Sao Paulo, Brazil) forced another save by the Virginia Tech goalkeeper, in the 29th minute of the contest.
  • In the 38th minute of the game, Virginia Tech went up 2-0 off a shot by Nick Blacklock from just outside the 18-yard box.
  • In the second half, the Bucs recorded seven shots, with the first coming in the 48th minute when Richards tried to find the net; however, the shot was saved.
  • After three other shots were blocked by Virginia Tech defenders, Josh Hancock (Torbay, England) had the Bucs’ final opportunity as he headed a corner, but it was saved by the Hokies goalkeeper in the 87th minute.


  • ETSU only allowed one second-half shot, which came in the 71st minute.
  • The Bucs outshot Virginia Tech 13-7 in total and 6-5 with shots on target.
  • ETSU allowed its first goal in open play during the first half of the season.
  • With the win Virginia Tech improved to 2-8-1 on the season.


The Bucs will travel to Wofford on Saturday with kickoff scheduled for 7 p.m.