|Posted October 3, 2010|
Pack fire past Grizzlies
Pack offense provide spark, fire 32 shots at Grizzlies
By Joe Foley, CSU-Pueblo Athletics
PUEBLO, Colo. (GoThunderWolves.com - Oct 3, 2010) -
The CSU-Pueblo men's soccer team continued it's hot conference start with a 4-0 victory over Adams State sunday afternoon. The win improves the Pack's RMAC conference record to 4-2 and 5-5 overall. They remain in fourth place in the conference with the win.
The Pack constantly pressured Grizzlies goalkeeper Paul Pizza, firing 22 shots on goal. Robert Kinsey (RJr., Denver, Colo.) tallied two goals on the day with two more goals coming from Jonathan Hall (Fr., Anchorage, Alaska) and Dustin Geist (RFr., Durango, Colo.).
The first goal of the game came only eight minutes into the contest when forward Jordan Hanson (Jr., Puyallup, Wash.) sent a cross through the box finding Kinsey wide open for a goal. Hall would also collect his first career collegiate goal in the first half off a flick from Geist, that Hall buried in the upper right corner.
Kinsey would strike again early in the second half off a feed from Alex Zemach (So., Durango, Colo.) that found Kinsey alone again in front of the net. The forward would calmly tap the ball in the net for his second goal of the game. Geist joined in on the scoring fun and added some insurance for the Pack to put them up for good 4-0.
"There were great individual performances today, but most importantly I think we got a better team effort, and that's what I'm most satisfied with," Coach Roy Stanley said.
Goalkeeper Patrick Markis (Jr., Tempe, Ariz.) made his third start of the season for the Pack and consequently posted his third shutout of the season. So far in the Pack's five wins this season all of them have been shutouts.
The Pack will look to continue their RMAC conference terror when they travel to play #3 Colorado School of Mines. Mines currently is leading the RMAC as well. The game is scheduled for October 8 at 3:30 p.m.