Liszewski get first career shutout as UCCS beats Missouri Southern
JOPLIN, Mo. â€" Adam Liszewski notched his first career shutout as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs defeated the Missouri Southern Lions 2-0 Sunday at Hal Bodon Field.
It was the 13th career appearance for Liszewski (2-2), a sophomore from Mesa, Ariz. He made two saves and faced seven shots overall.
Greg Miley gave the Mountain Lions (2-2) the lead four minutes into the match. The speedy junior from London, England, has scored two of his teamâ€TMs four goals this season.
UCCS held that lead until the 72nd minute, when Jordan Dahlinger put in his first goal as a Mountain Lion. The sophomore scored four goals for Doane a season ago before transferring to UCCS.
Jon Hansen made five saves in taking the loss for Missouri Southern (0-5).
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