|Williams Baptist (1-2-1)||1||0||1|
|Univ of the Ozarks (2-1-0)||3||0||3|
|1||1:57||Henrique Torres (Williams Baptist)|
|1||14:41||Spence Jean Baptiste (Univ of the Ozarks)|
|1||21:03||Daniel Olvera Cruz (Univ of the Ozarks)|
|1||25:57||Bryce Young (Univ of the Ozarks)|
|Williams Baptist||Indv. Leaders||Univ of the Ozarks|
|#9 Henrique Torres - 1||Goals||3 Players - 1|
|#10 Danilo Cruz - 1||Assists||3 Players - 1|
|2 Players (#10,#25) - 2||Shots||#7 Michael Luster - 3|
|#00 Alexander Laffoon - 2||Saves||#00 Logan Valestin - 1|
|Williams Baptist||Team Statistics||Univ of the Ozarks|
|6 (2)||Shots (on goal)||12 (5)|
Date: September 8, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 1 vs. University of the Ozarks 3
Records: WBC (1-2-1) vs. UofO (2-1)
Location: Clarksville, Ark. - Hurie Soccer Field
The Eagles from Williams Baptist College met with non-conference foe the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Ark., on Friday evening. After taking the lead within two minutes of the start, the Eagles fell 3-1 in the contest.
Henrique Torres (FR/Brasilia, Brazil) scored his first career goal after 1:57 of play in the game. The goal came on an assist from teammate Danilo Cruz (SR/Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), and gave WBC the early advantage. This was his first career goal.
However, Ozarks fought back, scoring three unanswered goals in the first half. Spencer Jean Baptiste scored a goal off a rebound in the 14th minute to tie the game, then Daniel Olvera Cruz (21st minute) and Bryce Young (25th minute) used a five minute stretch to gain the lead and extend it to 3-1.
The Eagles tried to battle back in the second half, but could not get the ball into the net, giving the final score of 3-1.
Ozarks finished the game with 12 shots (five on frame), compared to six (two on frame) for Williams.
There were five corner kicks in the contest with WBC having three of them.
The game did not see a lot of fouls, but did see five yellow cards. There were 18 total fouls in the game, WBC with six and Ozarks with 12. Two yellow cards for Williams, while UofO finished with three.
Alexander Laffoon (SO/Paragould, Ark. ) played the second half in goal for the Eagles, making two saves on the two shots on target he saw.
Williams will head to Henderson, Tenn., to open American Midwest Conference play on Sept. 12. The game will be against Freed-Hardeman University and will start at 7 p.m.
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