ABERDEEN, S.D. – The Gustavus men’vertisements soccer team took down Speech College in a non-conference matchup Wednesday afternoon, led by a hat-trick overall performance by Arthur Parens (Jr., Wayzata, Minn.).
Parens is the to begin with Gustie since 2011 to document three goals in a activity, registering his seventh, eighth, and ninth goals of year. The Gusties’ leading scorer has now arrived at the 20-point plateau. The last Gustie to arrive at at least 20 points in a very season was All-American Zach Brown in
“It’ersus good to follow up the nice get away at Augsburg with one additional performance,” said Head Guru Mike Middleton. “The lads certainly squeeze in a shift after over five hours on the bus. That has been a mental test and these people passed with flying colors. We certainly created a number of chances.”
Gustavus needed just 14:28 to get on the snowboard, as Parens tallied his initial goal with help from Daniel Barnes (Junior., Lund, Sweden). The Black as well as Gold took the 1-0 contribute into the intermission.
In the second half, the actual Gustie attack commanded play, rating three more goals as well as out shooting the Saints by just an impressive mark of 31-3. They also held a 24-2 shots upon goal and 16-1 corner end advantage.
Parens opened the second half onslaught at the 53 second mark, assisted by Kyle Monson (Jr., Verona, Wis.), who earned his 3rd assist in the last three video games. At the 70th minute, Nolan Garvin (Fy., Batavia, Ill.) noted his second goal in Black and Gold ahead of Parens completing the hat fool just five minutes later. Jesse Almaer (Jr., Plymouth, Minn.) and Matt Murakami (Jr., Eden Prairie, Minn.) assisted on the third and fourth objectives.
Matt Bateman (Jr., Savage, Minn.) and Anders Severson (Jr., Woodbury, Minn.) joined together for the shutout in net, having Bateman tallying two saves to improve his record to 8-4.
“Arthur took his particular goals very well. He was actually frustrated not to score extra. That’s a goal scorer for you, by no means satisfied. But, you cannot possibly be too greedy, scoring a hat-trick is a great accomplishment.?Nolan Garvin was exceptional on his first start, and that we got a number of players on the game who did effectively including the impressive duo of Jackson Nasby (So., Iowa Sea, Iowa) and Will Richards (So., Hudson, Wis.). That was certainly a worthwhile trip,” Middleton stated.
The Gusties, now 8-4 overall, return to Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference action with Saturday, hosting Bethel University in Gustie Soccer Field at One p.m.