AMERICUS -- The Georgia Southwestern men's soccer team allowed a pair of goals in each half for the second consecutive match and dropped a 4-0 decision to Reinhardt University on Saturday afternoon at Hurricane Field.
GSW has lost seven of its last eight matches and falls to 4-7-1 overall, while Reinhardt has won three in a row and eight of its last nine to improve to 9-3-2.
Leonardo Fagioli converted a penalty kick in the 11th minute to put the Hurricanes in a hole early. Jordan Williams added his seventh goal of the season less than two minutes later to put Reinhardt ahead 2-0, a lead it would take into the break.
GSW had two shots hit the post before Reinhardt made it a 3-0 game with a goal by Matthew Gray in the 66th minute. The Eagles tacked on their final score in the closing minute of the match.
The Hurricanes actually finished with the shots on goal advantage, 9-7, while Reinhardt took one more corner kick, 3-2. Fouls favored the Hurricanes by one, 6-5.
Up Next: GSW hits the road for its final two regular season matches outside of Americus, the first of which comes 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at North Georgia.