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LWC Men's Soccer wins MSC Tournament Championship
6-0 win comes with hat trick by Chris Ochieng, two goals by Luis Camp, and one by Carnell learmond. Blue Raiders, 2nd rank nationally, keep perfect record in MSC tournament play intact. Next: NAIA National tournament.
By Chris White, LWC Sports Information Director
GEORGETOWN, KY - The Lindsey Wilson College men's soccer team shot out of the gate with three goals in the first three minutes en route to winning its 10th straight Mid-South Conference Tournament Championship with a 6-0 win against University of the Cumberlands (KY) at Toyota Stadium.
Freshman forward Chris Ochieng tallied a hat trick with three goals in the first half, while senior midfielder Luis Campo added two scores and junior forward Carnell Learmond netted one.
The second-ranked Blue Raiders (15-2-1, 6-0-1 MSC) have never lost in MSC Tournament play and have won seven straight games, including five straight shutouts.
After Ochieng recorded two goals in the third minute, he dished out an assist to Learmond in the fifth minute to give Lindsey Wilson a 3-0 lead. Campo added a goal off a penalty kick and scored another within a foot of the goal to push the lead to 6-0.
Ochieng finished his early hat trick in the 36th minute on an undefended breakaway goal.
Action slowed down in the second half with neither team scoring a goal.Lindsey Wilson led the game in shots 17-1, while corner kicks were even at 4-4.Freshman keeper Callum Christie earned the shutout for the Blue Raiders, making no saves, while Dennis Kramer finished with six saves in goal for Cumberlands (15-6-1, 4-2-1 MSC).
Lindsey Wilson clinches the conference's automatic berth to the NAIA National Tournament with the win. The opening round, held on campus sites, begins on November 21, 2009.
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