WATERVILLE, Maine -- The Colby College men's soccer team has played two games on the Colby Soccer Field and both have been impressive after Saturday's 0-0 overtime tie with 16th-ranked Middlebury College.
Avery Gibson (pictured) earned his second shutout of the season for Colby with five saves. Greg Sydor made two saves for the Panthers.
"Avery and our back line held their nerve under pressure, and were constantly tested by Middlebury's set pieces," Seabrook said. "Brandon Fahlberg was outstanding in center midfield and neutralized their most dangerous player, Daniel O'Grady. Jacob Tower was an imperious presence upfront, and the work rate of the wingers to get up and down the flank, Kyle Douglas and Jeff Rosenberg in particular, was a key factor in how well we played."
Despite playing a top-20 team, the Mules had an 11-9 shot advantage and a 6-2 margin in corner kicks.