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LWC Men's Soccer blanks Shawnee State 2-0

Victory comes in MSC opener before crowd of 45. STATS
Upcoming: - LWC Men's Soccer at Georgetown (KY) at 7pmCT/8pmET on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, at Georgetown College Soccer Field, 400 East College Street (campus), Georgetown, KY. (MSC game)

By Chris Wells, LWC Sports Information Director

PORTSMOUTH, Ohio --No. 11-ranked Lindsey Wilson opened up Mid-South Conference play tonight with a 2-0 victory over host Shawnee State (Ohio) at Shawnee Turf.

Mutaya Mwape and Franck Bikoya each scored in the win as Lindsey Wilson improves to 5-1 overall and 1-0 in the Mid-South. Mwape has now scored in all six games this season. He added an assist to increase his team-leading point total to 17 points -- seven goals and three assists.


Lindsey Wilson controlled much of the play, outshooting the Bears 25-5 for the match, including an 11-2 advantage in shots on goal. Both totals are season highs for the Blue Raiders.

Lindsey Wilson goalkeeper William Diaz had a relatively easy night, collecting a pair of saves for his third shutout of the season.

Mwape was active early, with a pair of shots and a corner kick in the first seven minutes of the game. He broke through in the in the 12th minute with an unassisted goal for the 1-0 lead. Ultimately, the goal would be Mwape's team-leading third game-winning goal of the season. The three game-winners are tied for the second most in the Mid-South this season.

The Blue Raiders maintained their 1-0 lead into the halftime break.

It was more of the same in the second half. After an 11-1 shots advantage in the first half, the Blue Raiders outshot the Bears 14-4 in the second frame.

Bikoya added insurance with his first goal of the season in the 58th minute. Mwape provided the assist to give the Blue Raiders the 2-0 lead.

Lindsey Wilson -- playing for the second time in three days -- played the remaining 32 minutes without giving up a shot on target to preserve the clean sheet.



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