Men’s Soccer 2021 Season Recap

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Broden Schull ’22 makes one of his 11 saves against UNC-Asheville on Senior Day, Oct. 23.—Photo by Chuck Steenburgh ’86.

The VMI men’s soccer team posted a 3-1 win this fall at Eastern Mennonite University Sept. 28 and played UNC-Asheville to a 3-3 double-overtime tie at home on Senior Day, Oct. 23.

Broden Schull ’22, goalie, led the very young Keydet squad as the lone senior on the roster. He led NCAA Division I for the third-straight season with 99 saves. Schull played every minute of every game for the third-straight year and ended his stellar VMI tenure with program career records of 420 saves and 5,728 minutes.

Nathan Lam ’23, midfielder, paced the offense with four goals and one assist for nine points. A host of young Keydets earned playing time this fall, and five freshmen started 10 games or more.

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