September 29, 2002
Rockhurst snaps USIís winning streak
University of Southern Indiana (5-4-0): 1
@Rockhurst University (7-2-0): 6
The University of Southern Indiana menís soccer team will continue to search for a solution against Rockhurst University as the Screaming Eagles fell to the Hawks, 6-1, Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, Missouri. The Eagles, who have never defeated Rockhurst, fall to 5-4-0 overall, while the Hawks go to 7-2-0.
USI also had its four-match winning streak, the longest since 1995, snapped by Rockhurst. The Hawks lead the series with the Eagles, 6-0-0.
Senior forward Greg Henry (France) and senior midfielder Duncan Bray (Scotland) continued to be the offensive spark for the Eagles, scoring USIís only tally on Sunday. Henryís goal was a team-best seventh of the season and he has put a ball into the back of the net each of the last five matches. Brayís assist was his team-high eighth of the season.
USI will return to action Friday, October 4, at the University of Missouri-St. Louis for a 5 p.m. Great Lakes Valley Conference match. The Eagles return to Strassweg Field Sunday, October 6, when they host Quincy University in an afternoon contest beginning at noon.
Ray Simmons, USI Sports Information