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So. F Henrique de Oliveira scored two first half goals against Jarvis Christian (photo credit: Chandler Kammerer/LSUA Media C
So. F Henrique de Oliveira scored two first half goals against Jarvis Christian (photo credit: Chandler Kammerer/LSUA Media C
Jarvis Christian College
(RV)LSU Alexandria
Men's Soccer - Thu, Oct. 5, 2017

Alexandria, La. – The LSUA men's soccer team got back in the win column in a big way, breaking the LSUA single match scoring record with 15 goals in a 15-0 win over the Jarvis Christian Bulldogs Thursday afternoon at Generals Field.

(0-8, 0-4 RRAC)Jarvis Christian (Texas)000
(7-2-1, 3-1 RRAC)LSU Alexandria (La.)51015

Henrique de Oliveira, getting his first start of the season, got the scoring fest started quickly as he took in Munir Poca's pass and beat the goalkeeper in the 3rd minute to make it 1-0 Generals.

Poca got his second assist of the match on the match's second goal as his cross from the left found the foot of Ricardo Caliman who scored for the 11th minute goal. A minute later, Poca found himself on the ball again and did it on his own, scoring the goal in the 12th minute for the 3-0 lead.

Lance Crabtree got into the mix as he took in a pass from Benjamin Venegas and put it in the net for the 4-0 Generals lead. De Oliveira made it two goals in the first half as he received a pass from Crabtree and beat the keeper to make it 5-0 in the 25th minute. That would be the final goal of the first half and LSUA led 5-0 at the break.

Pedro Dias kicked off an offensive explosion in the 58th minute as he worked past the Bulldog defense and scored to make it 6-0, a goal that started a run of five LSUA scores in seven minutes. Dias would figure into the second one as well as his pass found Omar Guzman, who scored for a 7-0 lead just 30 seconds later. Less than 90 seconds after that, Lee Murray found himself on the ball, worked around the Bulldogs and scored for the 8-0 lead. Less than two minutes later, Leroy Mahagayu slotted a pass to Geoffery Silver, who tapped the ball in for the 9-0 lead, the goal that broke the LSUA single match record. Silver would spread the love less than four minutes later as he kicked the ball over to Lucca Morosoli, who fired it past the keeper for the 10-0 lead after the 65th minute.

In the 73rd minute, Americo Arguello worked down the right side and got one-on-one with the goalkeeper. He made the keeper commit and passed it off to Neiko Taylor, who tapped the ball inside the left post for the match's 11th goal. Two minutes later, the Bulldogs were tagged with a foul in the box, awarding the Generals a penalty kick. Arguello stepped up to take the PK, and hit it hard enough to have it go through the keeper's fingers into the net for number 12.

90 seconds after the PK, Morosoli started a fast LSUA attack, giving it inside to Arguello who knocked it over to Mahagayu who put it into the net for the 13-0 lead in the 77th minute. Neiko Taylor did it all on his own in the 81st minute as he scored goal number 14. Mahagayu attacked in the 87th minute and passed the ball back to Ross O'Brien who netted the match's final goal.

Thomas Fuller (6-2), Joe Bowles, and Miguel Enriquez all had no saves to make to help collect the team's fourth defensive shutout of the season.

Neiko Taylor and Henrique de Oliveira each had two goals in the match. Munir Poca, Leroy Mahagayu, and Americo Arguello each tallied a goal and two assists. LSUA took 52 shots during the match with 27 on goal. The 15 goals and 11 assists amounted to 41 points, a new LSUA single match record. The 11assists is also a new program record, as is the 15 goals.

The Generals (7-2-1, 3-1 RRAC) celebrate an early Senior Day, as the final home match of the season is scheduled for this Saturday against Texas College. First touch against the Steers is set for 3:30 P.M. at Generals Field.