WINONA, Minn. C The Gustavus men’s soccer team has been shut out 2-0 at Saint Mary’utes University Wednesday evening, dropping its overall record to 9-5-0 overall and 4-3-0 during?Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
With the earn, the Cardinals snapped a 31-game winless skills against Gustavus, as the last St Mary’s victory over the Gusties out dated all the way back to 1985.
Saint Mary’azines outshot the Gusties by a slim perimeter of 11-10, while the shots with goal mark proved a be the factor, with the Cardinals put up seven shots on intention compared to just one from Gustavus. Each team totaled four area kick opportunities.
The Cardinals scored inside first ten minutes and procured their 1-0 lead into the intermission, while Garrett Grunke tallied the eventual game-winner.
“People conceded the first goal that was against the run of play,” said Head Coach Scott Middleton. “That was the key moment amongst people. It gave them great energy and belief.?We’d to respond, and did quite nicely. We hit the crossbar repeatedly, and the post but didn’t convert chances created.”
In cost-free half, the Black plus Gold were unable to generate considerably offense, limited to two injections on goal and one place kick opportunity. The Cardinals’ major scorer Sean Butcher scored at the 72nd minimal to give Saint Mary’s the 2-0 cushion.
Arthur Parens (Jr., Wayzata, Minn.) led your attack with three photos, while Matt Bateman (Jr., Savage, Minn.) made five saves in web.
“We started sluggishly in the wife or husband with them chasing every missing cause. We dominated the second period of the half, yet conceded a second after pressing forward for the equalizer.?We’ll really need to see if we have the character to help bounce back,” Middleton commented.
Gustavus returns to Gustie Soccer Field Saturday afternoon, hosting Saint John’s School for the 50 season get together game.