SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – The Spring Arbor University men's soccer team moved up one spot to No. 18 in the sixth regular season edition of the NAIA Men's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 Poll, released by the national office Tuesday.
Spring Arbor pushed its winning streak to seven following wins over Indiana Wesleyan University and the University of Saint Francis last week. The Cougars scored two goals over the final eight minutes of the match to come from behind and beat IWU 2-1 on the road Wednesday before cruising past Saint Francis 6-0 at home Saturday night.
Leading the way for SAU is Morris Kamara with 13 goals and four assists. He not only leads the Crossroads League in goals, but also ranks first in points (30). Lewis Jones has registered seven goals and seven assists while Jacob Crull has dished out a team-best nine assists. Crull's nine helpers rank as the most in the conference and fifth in the NAIA. Goalkeeper Isiah Handspike has recorded five shutouts and owns a 0.95 goals against average – both rank second in the conference.
Spring Arbor (10-2-0, 3-0-0 CL) currently stands alone at the top of the league standings, and will put its win streak on the line Wednesday, Oct. 11 when it hosts Huntington University (5-2-4, 1-0-2 CL) at the Cougar Soccer Complex at 7 p.m.