TERRE HAUTE, Ind.-- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology men's soccer was able to defeat the Westminster Blue Jays in a shutout victory with a final score of 4-0. This improves the Engineers to 7-2 overall on the season.
The first half proved to be a very competitive match. Each team was held scoreless and the Engineers only led Blue Jays in shots 3-2 heading into halftime.
Rose-Hulman was able to step up offensively in the second half. Andy June was able to get to the net after an outstanding run by Jayden Hendrix to give the Engineers their first score of the match in the 49th minute.
Takezo Kelly was able to add another score to the teams total after an assist from Tyler Foster in the 65th minute. Rose-Hulman's offense continued to flourish with another goal after Eric Kirby was able to take advantage of a corner kick to set up Ryan Tarr for the score.
The Engineers were able to score once more in the 86th minute to secure the win after an assist from Foster and Chris Fusaro was able to set up a score by Matt Fix. The Engineers ended the game outshooting Westminster 17-4.
Goalie Pascal Schlee recorded two saves on the night as the Engineers defense was able to record their fifth shutout of the season.
The team will look ahead to begin their HCAC schedule traveling to Bluffton University on Saturday, 10/5 at 3:30 PM.