|Saint Francis (Ind.) (3-9-0, 0-3-0 CL)||0||0||0|
|Spring Arbor (Mich.) (10-2-0, 3-0-0 CL)||2||4||6|
|Spring Arbor, MI|
|1||22:29||Alex Sokalski (Spring Arbor (Mich.))|
|1||32:03||Lewis Jones (Spring Arbor (Mich.))|
|2||61:24||Morris Kamara (Spring Arbor (Mich.))|
|2||66:18||Jacob Crull (Spring Arbor (Mich.))|
|2||71:22||Morris Kamara (Spring Arbor (Mich.))|
|2||77:23||Brian D'Ascenzo (Spring Arbor (Mich.))|
|Saint Francis (Ind.)||Indv. Leaders||Spring Arbor (Mich.)|
|None||Goals||#15 Morris Kamara - 2|
|None||Assists||#11 Jacob Crull - 2|
|#5 Nick Cachia - 4||Shots||2 Players (#9,#15,#7) - 1|
|#00 Braden Conn - 5||Saves||#1 Isiah Handspike - 3|
|Saint Francis (Ind.)||Team Statistics||Spring Arbor (Mich.)|
|9 (5)||Shots (on goal)||19 (11)|
SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – The No. 19 ranked Spring Arbor University men's soccer team scored a season-high six goals in a 6-0 victory over Crossroads League foe University of Saint Francis on Saturday night at the Cougar Soccer Complex.
FINAL SCORE: #19 Spring Arbor 6, Saint Francis 0
LOCATION: Cougar Soccer Complex | Spring Arbor, Mich.
RECORDS: Spring Arbor 10-2-0 (3-0-0 CL), Saint Francis 3-9-0 (0-3-0 CL)
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Spring Arbor got a pair of first half goals from Alex Sokalski and Lewis Jones. Sokalski scored on a header off a corner kick from Jacob Crull in the 23rd minute. Morris Kamara slipped a pass through to Jones, who finished into the open net in the 33rd minute.
- The Cougars broke the match wide open in the second half, erupting for four goals.
- Two goals from Kamara sandwiched a tally by Crull. Brian D'Ascenzo capped the scoring in the 78th minute with his first career goal.
- Spring Arbor finished with 19 shots, including 13 over the final 45 minutes.
- Goalkeepers Isiah Handspike and Zach Weidman combined to make five saves in the shutout.
BEYOND THE BOXSCORE
- The Cougars have won five straight matches against Saint Francis. The last time USF came out on top was during the 2013 season.
- The win was the seventh straight for SAU – the longest winning streak in more than 10 years.
- Kamara recorded his 12th and 13th goals of the season, which is a new career high for the junior forward. He currently leads the Crossroads League in points and goals.
- Crull notched his ninth assist of the season, which also leads the league.
Spring Arbor plays host to Huntington University (5-2-4, 1-0-2 CL) on Wednesday, Oct. 11. The match will kickoff at 7 p.m.