COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Dominican's men's soccer team hosts Kentucky Wesleyan and Trevecca Nazarene Thursday and Saturday inside Panther Stadium.
Thursday's contest with KWC is set for 7:30 p.m. with the Saturday contest with Trevecca set for 3:30 where the seniors will be honored before the game.
There will be no live video stream available for the men's soccer game against Trevecca on Saturday.
About Ohio Dominican
The Panthers are coming into the week at 4-9-2 overall and 2-7-2 in the conference trying to sneak into the G-MAC Tournament with just three conference games to play.
The Panthers are coming off a 2-0 win over Walsh and a 2-2 draw against Malone this past week.
Earlier in the season, the Panthers split the week with KWC and Trevecca dropping a 3-2 decision to Wesleyan and beating Trevecca 3-2.
Sophomore forward Amadou Mamadou (Columbus, Ohio) led the Panthers with a pair of goals on the week scoring once in each game while freshman Khalif Hassan (Columbus, Ohio) had the game-winner in the Walsh contest.
Fellow sophomore Cooper Johnson (Urbana, Ohio) also had a goal and an assist on the week notching an assist on the Mamadou goal against Walsh and the goal late in the game against Malone.
Hassan leads the active Panthers in goals with six and an assist while Mamadou has three with an assist as well on the season.
Freshman keeper Russell Montemarano (Westerville, Ohio) has played and started the last four games for the Panthers making 25 saves while allowing nine goals so far.
About Kentucky Wesleyan
KWC enters the week with a 4-9-1 overal record and are 2-8-1 in the conference after a pair of 3-0 losses last week against Alderson Broaddus and Ohio Valley.
The Panthers have been shutout in their last three games while giving up just over three goals per contest.
The KWC offense is led by Anatoli Gishe and Ben Protheroe who each have four goals on the season while five different Panthers have found the back of the net.
Goalkeeper Lucas Daunhauer has played and started in all 14 games for KWC making 100 saves while allowing 40 goals on the season.
The Trojans come into the week with a 3-10-1 record where they are 2-8-1 in the conference after a 3-0 loss at Ohio Valley followed by a 3-2 win at Alderson Broaddus.
Trevecca will travel to Cedarville on Thursday before making the trip to Sunbury Rd. on Saturday.
The Trojan offense is led by Reed Coffman who has six goals on the season while Michael Jones has four.
Between the posts for the Trojans Will Thompson has played in 11 games making 40 saves while allowing 27 goals and Andrew Bargh has played in four games making 23 saves while allowing 11 goals.