November 16, 2009
Following a scoreless draw in two overtimes, the St.
John’s men’s soccer team won its record eighth BIG EAST Tournament
crown after defeating Notre Dame in a penalty kick shootout, 5-3.
Derby Carrillo made four saves in the game to lead St. John’s
(9-2-9). Carrillo, who also made one stop in the shootout, earned
Most Outstanding Defensive Player honors and was named to the
All-Tournament team. Andrew Quinn made three saves for Notre Dame
“This was a tremendous BIG EAST battle against a very,
well-coached Notre Dame team,” said head coach Dr. Dave Masur. “I
thought we played with great intensity and determination this
afternoon to win the championship.”
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