The men’s soccer team heads to Jacksonville for the ASUN game

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Bellarmine University men’s soccer team returns to the ASUN game where the Knights will head to Sunshine State for 7 p.m. ET on Saturday with Jacksonville.Bellarmine (3-3-1, 0-2 ASUN) and Jacksonville (3-2-2, 0-1-1) met once in the Division-I era, as they played in a goalless draw last season in the regular season. Final at Owsley B. Frazier. The Knights secured a place in the ASUN Championship with the score.

With two games faltering on ASUN’s eight-game roster, Bellarmine is still searching for his first point. The Knights opened the team play with a 2-0 loss at Liberty and a 1-0 setback at home to Central Arkansas.

While Jacksonville fell 4-0 down the road defending champion ASUN and national-ranked Lipscomb in the opening conference, the Dolphins earned a point with a 1-1 draw at home against FGCU. They followed up their 3-0 home win without the Georgia South Conferences on Tuesday. Jacksonville did well on home soil, setting a 3-0-2 home record.

Despite only one goal, Moussa Sabali is the team leader with points. That’s because he distributed six assists from ASUN. Joshua Araujo Wilson, Olivier Correa and Cao Chaves scored twice as Jacksonville scored 13 goals in seven games.

When it comes to target production, it has been ostensibly all or nothing for Bellarmine thus far. While the Knights have been eliminated three times, they have scored two goals in each of their other four matches. Bellarmine is still searching for his first target in the ASUN competition.

In Tuesday’s home win over Bordeaux Fort Wayne 2-0, the second striker Chris Schustmidfielder Brendan Schwemhl And a new goalkeeper Alex Lindworth All of them had their first professional start. Schust responded by scoring his first goal of his career, the match winner. Lindeworth scored the first elimination of his career – it was also the team’s first clean sheet of the season.

Nolan McGrath A secure goal in the 76th minute. This number pushed his team’s total to four goals per season. It also marks a new career high for the young striker, who scored three goals last season.

big Jackson Kern A sophomore student Richard Sederberg He did not leave the field this season. Each of the defending defenders collected all 630 minutes available.

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