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COLORADO COLLEGE 6, GEORGE FOX 0: Tigers Topple Bruins with Four Late Scores
TACOMA, Wash. - Exploding for four goals in the final four minutes, the Colorado College Tigers turned a relatively-close game into a blowout for a 6-0 win over the George Fox University Bruins in a non-conference men’s soccer match played at a neutral site Saturday afternoon here at the University of Puget Sound’s Baker Field.
The Tigers scored twice in the first half to establish control of the contest. Sean Parham assisted on a goal by Matt Fechter, who banked a shot off the far post from six yards out at the 19:23 mark to make it 1-0. Two minutes later, the two reversed role as Fechter fed Parham for a breakaway score.
Colorado College’s defense took over from there, limiting the Bruins to 13 shots in the game and only four on goal. The score stayed close until Fechter notched his second goal of the game at the 86:33 mark in the second half after a cross from Morgan Wack. Parham added his second goal of the game, unassisted, 24 seconds later, before Ryan Huettel scored 29 seconds after that, also unassisted. Wack passed to Huettel for another score 10 seconds before the end of the game.
Brian Graf and Forrest Harowitz each worked a half for the Colorado College shutout, Harowitz earning all four of the Tigers’ saves in the second half. Elliott Davis went the distance in goal for the Bruins and had six saves to keep his team in the game before the Tigers broke loose late, facing 32 shots in all and 12 on goal.
Colorado College doubled George Fox’s corner kick attempts, 8-4, and committed nine fouls to the Bruins’ seven.
NEXT: George Fox (0-3-1) will play another neutral-site game at Puget Sound Sunday when the Bruins take on Trinity Lutheran College at 2:00 p.m. ... Colorado College (3-1) will play Puget Sound Sunday at 11:30 a.m.