The win puts cean City within a point of first place in division
UPDATE: Chevy Walsh scored his second hat trick of the season to lead the Nor'easters to a 6-1 road win over Evergreen FC to complete a three-game sweep of the club. Miguel Jaime, Nathan Regis, and Martim Galvao also added goals. More details to come ...
The Ocean City Nor’easters hit the road to Leesburg, Virginia for a match against Evergreen FC tonight. The match is important to the Storm as they try to put themselves in prime position for a Mid-Atlantic Division title in the Premier Development League.
The two teams played last Saturday night at Carey Stadium with Ocean City winning the match 3-1. With goals from Nathan Regis, Martim Galvao, and Nolan Sherwood, the team controlled what was mostly open match. The win brought them within four points of taking over first place Reading United in the standings.
They play an Evergreen FC team that though low in the standings is still a tough opponent for the Storm. The team has played Ocean City twice already this season, both with the Nor'easters winning. The Nor’easters defeated the Hammers on May 28 by the score of 3-0 and the already mentioned win last Saturday night. So the Storm will be looking for the season sweep.
Evergreen is led by Ahmed Sheta who leads the team with four goals. Arie Ammann is the team’s top goalkeeper with a 1.00 goals against average in seven games.
The match kicks off at 7 p.m. at the Evergreen Sportsplex in Leesburgh, Virginia. Fans unable to make the trip can follow live updates on the Nor'easters twitter account @OCNoreasters.
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The Ocean City Nor’easters is a professionally run amateur soccer club with the focus of developing, educating and promoting soccer, health and leadership. Located in Ocean City, New Jersey, “America’s Greatest Family Resort”, the Nor’easters provide quality entertainment to families throughout the Tri-State area and the thousands of visitors every summer.
The Nor’easters organization was established in 1996 and made Carey Stadium, in Ocean City, NJ, its permanent home in 2005. Competing in North America’s top amateur league, the Premier Development League (PDL), the Nor’easters provide the highest level of soccer in Southern New Jersey. The 65-team PDL is the 4th level of soccer in the United States, below the professional leagues; Major League Soccer (MLS), North American Soccer League (NASL) and United Soccer League (USL). As part of the PDL, the Nor’easters’ have the sixth-best overall record since joining the league in 2003 and have upset five professional teams in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, third-most of any amateur team in the country. Ocean City players have the ability to compete during the summer months in a professional environment while maintaining their collegiate eligibility and pursuing their academic goals.