Hanover College’s men’s soccer squad lost to Anderson University, 1-0, in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference match, Sunday, Oct. 7, in Anderson, Ind.
Hanover outshot Anderson, 16-10, and had a 6-3 advantage in shots on goal. The Panthers fired four shots in the final 25 minutes of play, but could not place an equalizer in the net.
The Ravens’ junior Brad Rusche scored late in the 49th minute to provide the difference in the match.
Freshman midfielder Joaquin Acuna (Santiago, Chile) and sophomore midfielder Mathew Grau (Cincinnati, Ohio) combined for seven shots to lead the Panthers’ attack. Acuna had four shots, while Grau had three attempts.
Six different Hanover players had shots on goal.
Sophomore goaltender Kyle Korfhagen (Cincinnati, Ohio) had two first-half saves.
The Panthers, now 4-6-2 overall, fell to 0-3 in the HCAC with the setback. Anderson raised its mark to 5-9 overall and 1-2 in the conference.
Published Sunday, October 7, 2012