TACOMA, Wash. – A season-high five goals boosted the Puget Sound men's soccer team to a 5-0 win over visiting George Fox on Sunday. Four different Loggers scored in the win.
Connor LaFerriere put the Loggers (6-3, 5-1 NWC) up early with a goal just 4:53 into the match. Terence Blackburn earned the assist as he sent a long cross across the box to LaFerriere, who settled it and lifted it over the sprawling George Fox keeper.
In the 32nd minute, Andrew White beat the keeper one-on-one after Colin McIntosh played a ball through the defense. White perfectly timed his run to find himself one-on-one with the goalie and buried the shot.
Ryan Rash was the next to strike for the Loggers just before halftime. In the 43rd minute, Rash dribbled toward the goal line just to side of the 18-yard box. He fired a shot over the goalie that found its way into the far corner of the goal for a 3-0 Logger lead.
In the second half, the Loggers received an own goal off of a Vince McCluskey cross. McCluskey also scored his third of the year when he tapped in a cross from Andrew White.
The Loggers outshot the Bruins (2-7-1, 0-5-1 NWC) 16-6 and earned eight corner kicks to the Bruins zero. Myles Sorokovsky fired three shots for the Bruins.
The Loggers stay home next week for a 2:30 p.m. match with crosstown rival Pacific Lutheran in Baker Stadium.