Chew Goal Lifts Johns Hopkins To 1-0 Win at Gettysburg
• Score: #16 Johns Hopkins-1, Gettysburg-0
• Records: JHU (8-0-0, 2-0-0 CC) • GC (5-2-0, 1-1-0 CC)
• Location: Gettysburg, PA • Clark Field
• The Short Story: Junior Arden Chew scored the game’s only goal as the 16th-ranked Johns Hopkins men’s soccer team beat host Gettysburg, 1-0, on Saturday night.
How it Happened
• Sophomore Connor Jacobs had a great chance to stake the Blue Jays to an early 1-0 lead in the sixth minute. He dribbled into the box and fired a hard shot from close range, but Thomas Keane made the kick save to keep the game scoreless.
• Chew put Hopkins on the board with his first of the season in the 42nd minute. He took a pass from junior Cole Rosenberger and fired a shot from distance into the left side of the goal.
• The Blue Jays had two great chances to add to their lead in the opening five minutes of the second half. Freshman RJ Moore’s header off a Drew Collins corner kick banged off the post in the 48th minute. Just two minutes later, sophomore Achim Younker blasted a shot from the top of the box that just missed the lower right corner.
• Senior Bryan See preserved the shutout and the win with a pair of fantastic saves in the final five minutes.
What it Means
• Hopkins runs its win streak to eight games with the Blue Jays’ best start since the 2007 season when they won 11 straight to open the season.
• The Blue Jays improve to 51-21-11 all-time against the Bullets and have won five straight in the series. In fact, Hopkins is unbeaten in its last nine games (7-0-2) against Gettysburg. In addition, four of the last five games have been one-goal decisions.
• In the Centennial Conference, Hopkins is one of just two undefeated teams in league play.
Inside the Box Score
• Chew’s goal was the fifth of his career and the third game-winner. Two of his five career goals have come against Gettysburg.
• See finished with a pair of saves to post his fifth shutout of the season and 19th of his career. Keane made three saves in the loss for the Bullets.
• The shutout is the team’s seventh of the season, which is tied for second in the nation.
• Hopkins travels to Washington College on Wednesday, September 27. The Centennial Conference contest is slated for a 4:00 pm start at Kibler Field.