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Five-Goal Lead Guides Men’s Soccer To First Win Over Street. Thomas Since

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Tyler Rock scored twice for any Gusties.

MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s baseball team scored twice within the first period and 3x in the second period to keep on for a 5-2 victory for the University of St. Jones Friday evening, earning it has the first win over the Tommies going back to Feb. 14,

The Gusties, winless in its prior five games, find their way into the win column to improve for you to 7-6-3 overall and 6-1 during Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.

Being lightly fluffed by St. Thomas prior times two seasons, the get snaps a four-game losing talent against UST to mark the very first win since a 3-1 Gustie triumph in Mendota Heights during the 2014-15 months.

The Black and Gold needed advantage on the power play, intending 3-for-4 on the man advantage although four different goal scorers provided the visitors a 5-2 steer heading into the final figure.

Evan Erickson scored his team-leading sixth goal of the time of year, on the power play during 15:28 of the initial period. Caleb Anderson and Colin Hernon assisted on first objective. With just over 30 seconds remaining in the period, Tyler Rock gave the Gusties a two-goal pillow case heading into the second period of time, his third tally of the season.

Gustavus opened the second period together with another two power perform goals at the 3:10 and 8:27 minute scars as Jake McCann ?posted the game-winner and Hernon added to the Gustie contribute.

Rock scored his second goal of the game with help from Axel Hallin and Logan Norman soon after the Hernon goal to allow Gustavus for you to tie a season-high five purpose scoring onslaught, his primary career two-goal performance.

The Gusties outshot the Tommies 23-19 throughout the first two periods, taking the 5-2 guide into the third. UST fired backside soon after the fifth goal and added another minutes eventually.

St. Thomas then held a good 11-6 shot advantage in the final 20 minutes, but came up simple.?Chris Amsden notched 28 saves within goal for the win, improving upon his record to 5-4-1. The Gusties’ top line of Anderson-Erickson-Hernon each carried out with two points.

Gustavus returns so that you can Don Roberts Ice Rink tomorrow seeking the series sweep. Puck decline is set for 7:05 p.m.

 

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