After a disappointing triple overtime loss, Indiana bounces back with a 14-4 victory over the Wildcats.
The Hoosiers scored 8 goals in the first quarter on 10 shots to effectively put the game out of reach.
After a quiet night against Ohio, freshman attackman David Sandberg, freshman middie David Haggerty, and sophomore attackman Jake Thomas bounced back on Saturday. Sandberg finished with 2 goals and 1 assist. Haggerty had 2 goals and 2 assists and won 5 of 9 face offs. Thomas tallied 3 goals and 1 assist.
Junior attackman Keegan McQuillan added 1 goal and 3 assists. He currently leads the team in points with 18 (6 goals, 12 assists). He is averaging 3 assists per game which ties him for 3rd in the country.
Sophomore middie Alex Eaton scored 3 times and dished out an assist. He leads the team in goals with 15 and has scored at least 3 in every game. Last season, our leading middie scorer had 9 goals.
Indiana committed eight penalties against Ohio. We took only one penalty against Kentucky.
Senior goalie Peter Moore made 10 saves.
Man up went 1-5, our worst performance of the year, but we were impressed with their ability to get into different looks off of the end line.
In 2012, five players recorded double digit points. Through four games in 2013, seven players have recorded double digit points.
In 2012, the team scored double digit goals five times. The team has scored double digit goals in all four games this year.