Hartsville, SC- In their final home games of the season, both Coker Soccer teams were shutout against Pfeiffer University. The women lost 8-0 and the men lost 4-0. The women drop to 6-10 on the year and 3-7 in the CVAC, while the men are now 2-12 overall, and 0-8 in the CVAC.


The men’s game looked to be off to a better start, as going into halftime the score was tied 0-0. Coker’s senior keeper Aaron Osteen/Black Mountain, NC, recorded three saves in the first half and in doing so earned the Coker College All-Time Career Saves Record with 325 saves.


In the second half, Osteen was replaced by fellow senior Brent Washburn/Barnwell, SC, and the Falcons took advantage of the change. Just eight minutes into the half Scott Slusher found the back of the net for the games first goal. Five minutes later it would be Mark Nerkowski who would score, with an assist from Davi Lorenzo. Lorenzo scored a goal of his own ten minutes later, when put in a rebound off Washburn. Slusher would get the fourth and final goal of the night off a penalty kick with just five minutes remaining in the game.


Osteen and Washburn combined for seven saves in the game, while Pfeiffer’s David Sheridan recorded three saves.


The games tonight marked the final home games for six Coker Senior Soccer Players. On the women’s team Jacque Stewart was the lone senior, while on the men’s side Jeremy Andrews, Scott Simmons, Cameron Farris, Brent Washburn and Aaron Osteen all played their final game on the Coker Soccer Field.


The final regular season games for the Cobras comes as they travel to Limestone College on Saturday, October 29, with the women starting at 1 p.m. followed by the men’s game at 3 p.m.