DOVER, Del. – Will Mileski scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime to propel the Wesley College men's soccer team over Marymount University, 3-2 Friday night at Scott D. Miller Stadium. The Wolverines improve to 8-8-2 overall and 3-4 in the Capital Athletic Conference while the Saints fall to 4-14 and 0-7 in conference play.
Marymount struck first when Bryce Stouffer headed in a ball on an assist from Onar Yousefi. The Wolverines responded when Mileski assisted Tyler Dominiak off a corner kick at 37:30. Dominiak then returned the favor, assisting Mileski along with Danny Ramirez on a free kick at 44:39.
The second half was a defensive battle, with the Saints eventually getting the upper hand when Yousefi scored on a header from the corner. In the overtime period, Chris Harvell passed the ball just inside the box where Mileski placed it perfectly in the right side of the net with 6:10 remaining.
Mark Mattern, who was honored pregame with fellow senior Kumenwo Farmah, played the entire game in goal for the Wolverines and made three saves in the win. Kurt Michaels played the first half in goal for the Saints and made two saves before giving way to Logan Cropper who stopped one shot in 48:50.
Wesley returns to the pitch when it travels to Salisbury for a 3 pm start on October 30. A victory over the Sea Gulls will clinch a CAC Tournament berth for Wesley while a loss by St. Mary's to either Salisbury (Oct. 27) or Christopher Newport (Oct. 30) will do the same.