Last week, the First Soccer team closed out their undefeated CISAA league schedule with a 2-0 win over downtown Toronto rivals, St. Michael’s College.
The SAC Saints carried the bulk of possession for the entire 90 minutes, but were unable to break the deadlock until midway through the second half. Senior Ali Gharib ’22 (pictured) danced past a pair of St. Mike’s defenders before cutting the ball back to a charging Ronan Woodroffe ’22, who fired home from 12-yards out.
With St. Mike’s chasing the game late, Owen Bradbury ’22 headed Gharib through in the 89th minute and he slotted the ball home to secure the victory.
Next up, with the border reopening, SAC Soccer is all set to head south for the first time in 2021. The Saints will venture to Lake Placid, NY for the Northwood Invitational Showcase from November 12-14, before shifting to Pennsylvania to take on the Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals.
SAC Soccer’s full US match schedule and travel roster is below.
St. Andrew’s College Saints in Action This Week - USA Tour
Northwood Invitational Showcase (at Lake Placid, NY)
Fri Nov 12 – 3 p.m. - St. Andrew's College vs Ribeiro Moojen PUS (QC)
Sat Nov 13 – 10 a.m. - St. Andrew's College vs Northwood School 1 (NY)
Sat Nov 13 - 3 p.m. - St. Andrew's College vs NY Elite Alleycats FC (NY)
Sun Nov 14 – 11 a.m. - St. Andrew's College vs High Mowing School 1 (NH)
Sun Nov 14 – 3 p.m. - St. Andrew's College vs Burlington FC (VT)
Philadelphia Friendly (at North Wales, PA)
Tue Nov 16 – 4 p.m. - St. Andrew's College vs Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals 04
St. Andrew’s College Saints - USA Tour Travel Roster
Number, Name, Position, Hometown, Grad Year
#2, Gaven Toor, GK, Aurora (Canada), 2024
#6, Owen Bradbury (c), MID/DEF, Toronto (Canada), 2022
#7, Yungu (Andrew) Jung, DEF, Bucheon (South Korea), 2022
#8, Quintin Roy, FWD/MID, Aurora (Canada), 2023
#10, Ali Gharib, FWD/MID, Nairobi (Kenya), 2022
#11, Andreas Petrozza, FWD, Aurora (Canada), 2023
#12, Ben Hilgendorff, DEF/FWD, Aurora (Canada), 2023
#13, Marcus Marek-Tortorella, FWD, Mississauga (Canada), 2023
#14, Carter Leung, DEF, Toronto (Canada), 2023
#16, Nathaniel Bannister, FWD, Nobleton (Canada), 2022
#19, Sami Al-Hinai DEF, Muscat (Oman), 2023
#20, Nathan Chin, MID, Kingston (Jamaica), 2023
#21, Oliver Poulos, DEF/MID, Toronto (Canada), 2025
#27, Ethan Hart (c), DEF, Stouffville (Canada), 2022
#28, Jaxon Cover, MID, Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands), 2025
#29, Adam Mallalieu, GK, Bridgetown (Barbados), 2022