Guthro ties career-high with 14 saves, but #15 men fall at Wesleyan, 3-0

Aiden Guthro diving to his left to make a save
Aiden Guthro '23 (photo by Lewis Glass /

Middletown, CONN. – The Brandeis men's soccer Judges could not put one past the Wesleyan Cardinals today on the road, losing 3-0.


  • Brandeis, 2-2-1, ranked #15 in Division III by United Soccer Coaches; Wesleyan, 4-0-0


  • The contest was locked in a stalemate for the majority of the first half, but the Cardinals finally broke through in the 35th minute. Zach Wheeler scored straight from the corner kick, knocking in his first goal of the year.

  • The Judges only mustered one shot on goal in the first half, but made keeper Liam Devanny work for it in the second with six shots on goal.

  • The Cardinals extended their lead in the 60th minute with a header goal by Phillip Cebeddu off a Noah Hartzfeld cross and again in the 77th minute on an open net goal by Lucas Ruehlemann.

  • Senior forward Sancho Maroto Tobias (Acton, Mass/Lexington) led the Judges with two shots on goal out of his four total shots.

  • Half of the Judges' total shot for the game came within the final 10 minutes, but they were not able to score.



  • Devanny got the win for the Cardinals, stopping all six shots he faced.

  • Senior captain Aiden Guthro (Newburyport, Mass./Newburyport) tied a career high with 14 saves on the day.

  • Wesleyan had 27 shots (21 on goal) compared to Brandeis' 10 shots (7 on goal).

  • Wesleyan also held the edge on Brandeis 8-5 in corner kicks.


  • The Judges are back in action on Wednesday, September 21 when they travel to face Wheaton (Mass.) for a 4:30 pm kickoff

  • The Cardinals end their four-game homestand Monday, September 19 at 4:30 with a game against Clark.

--by Benton Ferebee '23