LIBERTY, Mo. – After the No. 2 UIndy males’s soccer group (6-0-1, 6-0-1 GLVC) blanked the Bulldogs on Friday, the group traveled over to William Jewell (2-5-1, 2-5-1) to close out a second-straight shutout opponent on the highway. The Greyhounds have been in a position to sink two completely different pictures at the back of the online, extending the win-streak to 3 off of a 2-0 ultimate rating.
INS & OUTS
The Hounds have been in a position to knock in a objective in each of the halves, Alejandro Steinwascher garnering his sixth objective of the season off of an attractive in-bounds play within the first half. On the 35′ mark, the Greyhounds tossed an inbounds move slightly below the objective, Makeel Rasheed was in a position to bump the move within the air away from Cardinal defenders. Chasing the bump, Rasheed was in a position to carry out a bicycle kick to lob the ball on the opposite facet of the online, discovering Steinwascher on a header to knock within the first rating of the sport.
It would not take lengthy for the Hounds to attain once more within the second half, discovering a Greyhound who earned his first profession objective on the 50′ mark. After a move from Rasheed crossed the opposite facet of the sphere, the ball was batted round by a number of student-athletes round 20 yards from the objective. Michael Tselios was in a position to break free from the group at full pace, sending a shot from the close to facet of the sphere, the William Jewell goalie deflecting the try together with his proper hand. The bounce moved nearly perpendicular to the objective, permitting a streaking Dylan Bollard to chip a shot simply above the fallen goalkeeper for the sport’s second rating.
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE
– Bollard’s rating was the freshman’s first profession objective, already having an help earlier within the season.
– The Greyhounds had one among their most aggressive performances on Saturday, marking a season-high in pictures on objective (9).
– UIndy did not give the Cardinals any attractiveness, the Hounds stopping William Jewell from registering a single shot on objective in Sunday’s win.
Head coach John Higgins on the group’s win streak …
“Each groups this weekend gave us points tactically, however defensively we have been excellent. Dimitrious Karusos did not have a lot to do throughout this stretch, all credit score going to the again 4 since their mentality was fairly good and their focus was nice. We have been in a position to successfully put groups away with out letting their hype come over us.”
Dylan Bollard on his first profession objective and the group’s capacity to alter the sport plan on the fly …
“It was a scrappy objective, however I used to be in a position to get some area on the play and put it into the again of the online. The group has been phenomenal all-around, the group going into the sport has been in a position to give the offense some good feeds regardless of them throwing some issues we did not count on. The again 4 was actually good right this moment, and we took our probabilities once we bought them and it earned us the win.”
The Greyhounds will come again to Indianapolis to arrange for 2 house contests this upcoming week, first taking up the Rockhurst Hawks. The Hounds will tackle the Hawks on Friday, March 26 at round 7:30 p.m.