Pfeiffer enters the final four as the lone remaining unbeaten team in the nation, sitting at 23-0, and has been building for this opportunity all season. The Falcons feature one of the top goal scorers in the country and a defense that has minimized opportunities for the opponent. Playing against Charleston, the reigning national runner-up could prove to be a challenge but it is one the Falcons are more than ready to take on. Here are three reasons why Pfeiffer has what it takes to be the champions of Division II soccer this season. [divider]
1. Elite Scoring Threat
No one has better goal scorer on its team than Nathan Regis. The junior forward has scored 29 goals this season and has also dished out seven assists. He is only two points shy of tying the all-time record for points in a career at the school, and the scary thing is that he is only a junior. He has 63 goals in his career and has scored at least one goal in each of the last 11 games. Regis is the type of player who will give any defense a fit and if he is on top of his game at the final four — there is no indication he won’t be — the Falcons are going to be in a position to take home the hardware.