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IU East won at Earlham on Sept. 9.
Men's Soccer - Sat, Sep. 9, 2017
Final12F
IU East (3-2-1)303
Earlham College (0-4-0)000
Richmond, Ind.
Scoring Summary
PeriodTimePlayer
14:55Michael Hall (IU East)
16:28Trevor Lenke (IU East)
112:22Carson Jones (IU East)
IU EastIndv. LeadersEarlham College
3 Players - 1Goals None
3 Players - 1Assists None
#30 Trevor Lenke - 5Shots #12 Nicholas Dey - 4
#00 Aaron Gibson - 4Saves #2 Chima Ndukwu - 4
IU EastTeam StatisticsEarlham College
16 (7)Shots (on goal) 8 (4)
4Saves 4
16Fouls 13
9Corner Kicks 3
8Offsides 5

RICHMOND, Ind. - The Indiana University East men's soccer team struck for three scores in the first 13 minutes and went on to a 3-0 victory at crosstown opponent Earlham College on Sept. 9.

The Red Wolves (3-2-1) won their third consecutive match. The Quakers fell to 0-4.

KEY MOMENTS

* Michael Hall opened the scoring in the fifth minute with a tap-in on a low cross from Carson Jones.

* Trevor Lenke made it 2-0 in the seventh minute when he headed in a corner kick from Nathan Dove.

* Jones got a goal of his own in the 13th minute on a feed from Daniel Sims.

NUMBERS OF NOTE

* IU East has won every match in its three-match winning streak by a three-goal margin, with the last two matches ending in 3-0 scores.

* Lenke has scored a goal in four consecutive matches.

* IU East enjoyed a 16-8 advantage in shots and a 7-4 edge in shots on goal.

* Aaron Gipson recorded the clean sheet in goal.

NOTABLE QUOTABLE

"Getting that first goal really kicked it off for us. I'm happy with the team and how we worked today.

"It was definitely nice not sitting in a bus for three hours. It was a great (fan) turnout today - we didn't really expect it. Let's have a bigger one next Saturday (at the IU East home opener)." - IU East's Carson Jones

"The first 15 minutes, we just came out and jumped on them. We knew if we could get out and get on them early, it would make the rest of the game a whole lot easier, and sure enough, that was the case.

"We've come a long way. Being on the road the first six matches, not many people have been able to see every game and see the progress, so for people who came to that first game (a loss at Huntington on Aug. 23) to now, we're a different team. There is a significant increase in what we're doing, and it's exciting to see that development." - IU East coach Steve Moore

UP NEXT

IU East plays its first home match Sept. 16. The Red Wolves face the University of Saint Francis (Ind.) at 4:30 p.m. in the second match of a women's-men's soccer doubleheader at Centerville High School.

Red Wolf fans are invited to enjoy a free pre-match tailgate starting at 3:30 p.m.

A wave to the #RedWolfNation fans after a 3-0 win at Earlham for #iueast men's soccer!

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