Clarksville, Ark.-Three players had two goals apiece and the Eagles recorded their first shutout of the season in a 11-0 blowout win against Louisiana College Saturday in American Southwest Conference play.
The Eagles (5-3-0, 1-2-0) scored early and often behind 13 first half shots. Scott Janders was the first to score, as he connected on a shot only one minute and forty-six seconds into the match. Dylan Evans and Francisco Garza also scored within the first ten minutes. Philip Johnson added a goal in the 18th minute, and Janders recorded his second goal in the 21st minute. Ozarks continued its offensive prowess, getting two goals from Guido Salas and another from Brandon VanCleave to put the Eagles ahead 8-0 at the half. The Wildcats (0-10-0, 0-3-0) did little to threaten the Eagles, recording only one shot in the first half.
Tanner Holman scored early in the second half to continue the scoring fest. The final two goals in the second half came from Garza and Anthony Santoro.
Ozarks finished with a 25-3 shots advantage.
Christian Ridings and Neil Thompson each played forty-five minutes in goal.
The Eagles will host Hardin-Simmons University October 1 and McMurry University October 3.