Pitt and Blue Devils square off in the Panthers’ final home game
Pitt hosts Duke on Saturday, Oct. 24, for Senior Night
Pitt and the Crimson meet for the first time
Pitt and the Hokies to face off for sixth time
The Panthers host Virginia Tech Friday, Oct. 9
PITTSBURGH - After 105 scoreless minutes, the Pitt men's soccer team (4-2-1, 0-2-0 ACC) defeated the Robert Morris Colonials (4-3-0) in double overtime, 1-0, thanks to a header from freshman forward Tobias Marshall-Heyman Tuesday night at Ambrose Urbanic Field.
The Pitt men's soccer team took down the California (Pa.) Vulcans, 3-0, in its final exhibition game of preseason on Sunday, Aug. 23, at Ambrose Urbanic Field.
2015: Notched one goal and one assist in loss to Harvard...Collected two assists in the VMI victory ... Recorded five shots and two on goal in both wins against VMI and Robert Morris ... Named First National Bank Male Athlete of the Week (8/31/15) ... Led the Panthers to back-to-back shutouts to start the season by scoring two goals against Lehigh … Picked up where he left off last season by starting the season opener at Lafayette.
2014: Game-by-Game Stats
Played in all 17 games, making 16 starts, which was second most on the team ... Finished with one goal and two assists for four points, which was tied for fourth on the team ... The two assists was tied for second on the team ...Recorded a team high 32 shots and 14 shots on goal on the season ...Against Presbyterian, made first career start at and scored on a penalty kick in 60 minutes ... At #3 North Carolina, had two shots, including one on goal ... In 90 minutes of play against Louisville, notched one assist ... Came off the bench for the first time and recorded a season-high six shots, with four on goal in 79 minutes against Howard ... Played the full time in six games.
Australian Catholic University: Spent two years at ACU before transferring to Pitt ... Was the leading goal scorer for ACU at the Australian University games.
High School: Final two years of high school played at Australian Institute of Sport Athletes and was a representative of Australia's U18 and U17 teams ... For his only two years at Homebush Boys High in Sydney, Australia, was the top goal scorer each year and lead his squad to the title ... Those same years, helped his New South Wales team to nationals, winning it in his sophomore season ... Member of the Central Coast Mariners U20 for three years
Personal: Son of Noel and Lisa Dixon ... Has one younger brother ... Also played basketball and Australian Rules Football.