Both Elon and High Point will host games during the weekend tournament, and there will an MVP and All-Tournament Team selections made at the conclusion.
LAST TIME OUT
Kieran Toland found the back of the net on a penalty kick with just over 20 seconds remaining in regulation as the St. Bonaventure University men's soccer team registered a 1-1 draw with Bucknell on Sunday, Aug. 28 at the Marra Athletics Fields Complex.
The Bonnies held a 14-13 edge in total shots on the day with both teams awarded four corner kicks apiece. Toland's three shots, two on net, led the Bonnies attack. Luke Iacobellis turned away six shots while Bucknell keeper Tyler Marchiano made four saves.
Elon is coming off competing in the John Rennie/Nike Classic in Durham, N.C. to open up its 2016 season. They claimed a win in game one on Aug. 26 against UNC Asheville, 4-1. Elon fell to San Diego in its second game, 2-1, on Aug. 28. Elija Agu has scored two goals already, both of which coming against UNC Asheville. Matthew Jegier has started both games in net for Elon, making four total saves in 18 total shots faced.
ABOUT HIGH POINT
High Point claimed a win in its season opener against East Tennessee State on Aug. 26. Siggi Benonysson scored two goals and assisted one in the rout, while both shots he put on goal found the back of the net. Goalkeeper Keegan Meyer made three saves in the contest as High Point held East Tennessee State to four shots on goal.
WE'LL BE HOME SOON
The Bonnies will return home on Sunday, Sept. 11 to face Robert Morris. Kickoff at the Marra Athletics Complex is set for 1:00 p.m.
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