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Paul Wyatt now has 24 career goals.Courtesy: Photography/JMU Athletics Communications
Men's Soccer Shuts Out Towson 4-0
Courtesy:JMUSports.com Release:09/29/2012
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HARRISONBURG, Va., Sept. 29, 2012 -- James Madison senior Paul Wyatt (Modbury, England/Ivybridge) scored twice to help the Dukes to a 4-0 win over visiting Towson in Colonial Athletic Association men's soccer Saturday evening at University Park.

JMU (4-4-1, 2-0-0) remained unbeaten in the early CAA season and is tied with Drexel for first place in the league standings.  Towson (3-4-0, 1-1-0) suffered its fourth loss in the Tigers' last five games.

The Dukes led 1-0 at halftime after scoring in the 21st minute.  Sophomore Jonathan Barden (Harrow, England/Park) sent a pass from the center of the field into the box, where sophomore Josh Grant (Plymouth, England/Torpoint College) turned and scored on a 12-yard shot to the right side of the goal.

Freshman Tom Fouhy (Buckinghamshire, England/Dr. Challoner's) started the play that set up the Dukes' second goal.  Fouhy sent a pass from the left side across the front of the goal.  Grant re-directed the ball to the right to an onrushing redshirt sophomore Steven Mashinski (Fairfax, Va./Chantilly), who scored on a 10-yard shot.  The goal came in the 62nd minute.

Wyatt tallied JMU's third and fourth goals.  His first score came after Towson freshman goalkeeper Felix Petermann (Berlin, Germany/Flatow-Oberschule) stopped the ball but was unable to control it.  Wyatt knocked the ball into an open net from 12 yards out in the 76th minute.  Then, with five minutes left, a shot by Barden hit the crossbar and rebounded to Wyatt, who scored on an eight-yard shot.

Game Highlights
First Half:
* JMU - Jonathan Barden sends a ball from the center of the field into the box, where Josh Grant turns and scores on a 12-yard shot to the right side of the goal, 20:17.
* JMU - A point-blank shot by Paul Wyatt is stopped by Towson goalkeeper Felix Petermann five yards from the goal, 26:33.
* JMU outshoots Towson 6-2, and neither Towson shot was on goal.
Second Half:
* JMU - Wyatt is fouled in the box by a Towson defender and a penalty is assessed. The PK by redshirt senior Christian McLaughlin (Herndon, Va./Herndon) is saved by Petermann, 53:12.  The ball rebounds to the left to Tom Fouhy, whose shot from four yards is stopped by Petermann, 53.16.
* Towson - Senior Matteo Vertucci (Rome, Italy/Pendleton) takes a free kick from 35 yards that sails several feet over the crossbar, 57:47.
* Towson - Junior Olakunle Banjo (Upper Marlboro, Md./Largo) dribbles toward the right side of the goal, where his shot from eight yards out is stopped by redshirt junior goalkeeper Colin Newcity (Harrisonburg, Va./Harrisonburg), 60:52.
* JMU - Fouhy sends a pass from the left side into the box, where Grant re-directs the ball to the right.  An onrushing Steven Mashinski scores on a shot from 10 yards, 61:14.
* Towson - Petermann covers a dangerous ball in the box before JMU can get a shot off, 71:18.
* JMU - Petermann is able to stop the ball but fails to control it. Wyatt scores from 12 yards on an open net, 75:19.
* Towson - Banjo takes a shot from 22 yards out that is wide of the goal by about four yards, 76:48.
* JMU - A shot by Barden hits the crossbar and rebounds to Wyatt, who puts the ball into the goal from eight yards, 85:00.


Of Note
* JMU - Paul Wyatt increased his career goals total to 24 and moved from tied for 17th to sole possession of 16th place on JMU's all-time scoring list.  He passed Chris Simon (1986-89), who scored 23 career goals.

Game Stats
Shots:  JMU 19, Towson 8
Saves:  JMU, Colin Newcity 1 (90:00); Towson, Felix Petermann 4 (90:00)
Corner kicks:  JMU 8, Towson 1
Scoring:
JMU - Josh Grant (Jonathan Barden), 20:17
JMU - Steven Mashinski (Grant, Tom Fouhy), 61:14
JMU - Paul Wyatt (unassisted), 75:19
JMU - Paul Wyatt (Jonathan Barden), 85:00




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