By Stephen Gibbs
The men’s soccer team played an outstanding well thought out game as they took on Saint Mary Sunday Oct. 15 at Richard L. Jantz Stadium.
The Builders where physical and disciplined, finishing the game with a shutout victory, 3-0.
Head coach, Kyle Pond admitted that he was having a pretty bad day before the game, but performance and the effort of the team changed it to one of his best days. “The boys played how they practiced and they executed outstandingly together as a team,” said Pond. “They need be working on being more physical.”
Sophomore midfielder, Jacob Rangel scored 2 goals in the contest, 1 in the early first half and the other in the mid-2nd half.
A great deal of excitement was generated when Rangel dove for the ball and head butted it into the goal for his second, decisive goal of the match. “I truly felt that I reached my fullest potential today regarding the fact that I’m injured at the moment” said Rangel.
The Moundbuilders look to build more momentum as they anticipate another home conference clash with McPherson on Wednesday Oct. 18 at 8 p.m.
Stephen Gibbs is a freshman majoring in communication. You may email him at Stephen.Gibbs@sckans.edu