Rockhurst proves too much for UCCS
Kansas City, Miss. - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs fall 4-0 to the Rockhurst Hawks Friday night at Wilfred C. Bourke Athletic Field.
This is the second game in as many matches that the Mountain Lions (1-2) have lost 4-0.
Early in the game Rockhurstâ€TMs Charlie Reitz rebounded a shot eight yards out and found Tom Heinmann to score the first goal 8:32 into the first half.
The game stayed close but with 12:09 remaining in the second half the Hawksâ€TM Tom Heinman found Kyle Samuelson on the left with a pass through the defense to score the second goal.
Five minutes, 11 seconds later Rockhurstâ€TMs Tom Heinman and Kyle Samuelson created the same play this time on the right side.
With 1:39 remaining the Hawkâ€TMs Tom Heinman converted on a through pass from Kyle Samuelson to end the game.
Despite the loss UCCSâ€TM goalie Adam Liszewski (1-2) had eight saves. While Rockhurstâ€TMs goalie Chad Becker (1-0) had only two saves.
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