The duo hooked up for the game's first goal just 17 seconds into the first half, and the Tribunes added four more goals in the second half en route to a 5-0 Homecoming victory over the Community College of Rhode Island.
MCC moved to 6-3-2 with the win. The Knights fell to 2-6-0.
Englert tacked on two more goals in the second half for his first collegiate hat trick. Gray assisted on both, as the sophomores left a huge mark on the match.
Moments after the opening whistle, Gray swiped possession from a CCRI defender just to the right of the Knight keeper. He centered the ball to Englert, who fired it home for a 1-0 lead. Despite a handful of Monroe scoring chances, the score remained that way into the break.
The Tribunes wasted little time pushing the pace in the second stanza. A takedown in the Rhode Island box resulted in a penalty kick just 25 seconds in, and Anthony Paris put it home for a 2-0 advantage.
Englert then put the game out of reach with two more scores in an eight-and-a-half minute span midway through the second half. Gray, of course, assisted on both as MCC took command.
Monroe outshot CCRI 25-5 on the game. Michael Hunter only had to make one save for the shutout, although it was a beauty as he came out of the goal to stop an attempt by Jason Lopes Di Pina in the 57th minute.