The Gustavus men’s soccer seniors.
Date: Saturday, October 31
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: Saint Peter, Minn. | Gustie Basketball Field
Playing Surface: Natural Grass
Live Coverage: Video| Stats
SAINT PETER, Minn. C The Gustavus Adolphus College men’s soccer team can host its final game of theseason on Saturday afternoon as it greets Hamline University to the Gustie Soccer Subject. The Gusties enter the contest with an overall record of 8-4-3 and a office meeting mark of 2-4-3, while the Pipers go to town at 7-7-2 overall as well as 5-3-2 in the MIAC.
As is tradition in Gustavus, the game will serve as Person Day, and a special homage will be made to the individuals that have dedicated themselves to the males soccer program for the past four years.
The Gusties are generally most recently coming off the 3-1 win over Concordia College on Sunday in Moorhead, Minnesota. Gustavus struck very early, as first-year forward Arthur Parens (Wayzata, Minn.) netted an unassisted goal just two minutes in to the game to give the visitors a new 1-0 lead. However, that lead turned out to be short-lived, as the Cobbers struck back lower than six minutes later, with Sage Thornbrugh reviewing Concordia’s first goal off facilitates from Nick Koerbitz and Matthew Fulks at the 7:15 mark. The standing remained tied at 1-1 to get a majority of the remainder of the fifty percent of, but senior forward Eli Bjerk (Stillwater, Minn.) surely could score the game-winning goal for that Gusties at 37:45, that will put the Black and Precious metal up 2-1 headed into the 50 percent. Henry Brose (Jr., Hudson, Wis.) added the particular Gusties’ third goal 14:27 into the second half off a assist from Ian Smith (Fy., Amherst, N.H.).
“The lads played very well within difficult conditions,” mentioned Coach Mike Middleton of the activity. “It was very cold and breezy. It was great getting the win though, and well-deserved.”
Hamline is lately coming off a 1-0 home victory over Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. With just 66 seconds still left and the game tied on 0-0, Abbai Habte was able to break free of defenders, but was fouled in the box and accorded a penalty kick. Habte buried your shot into the open suitable corner, securing a 1-0 wining for the Pipers and guaranteeing them a place in the MIAC playoffs for the first time because 2006.
Hamline is currently ranked fifth in the conference with 07 total points, while Gustavus stands within eighth place with seven points. Saturday’s meeting will be the 62nd in between Gustavus and Hamline in men’s basketball. The Gusties hold the advantage while in the all-time series with a 55-2-4 record with the Pipers. When these two teams previous met, Gustavus earned a 4-0 win about Nov. 1,in . Paul