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ROUND 1 & 2 PARTICIPANTS
SPIRE Institute (Geneva, Ohio)

SCHEDULE

Thursday, Nov. 21, 12 p.m.
No. 8 Fort Hays State 3 No. 9 Indianapolis 2
Box Score      Video

(GENEVA, Ohio) – First half fireworks and defensive stands in the second half were the story of Thursday’s Super Region 3 first round game between No. 8 Fort Hays State and No. 9 Indianapolis. In the end, it was the Greyhounds that pulled the upset and came from behind to down the Tigers 3-2 at SPIRE Institute.

Fort Hays State’s Santiago Agudelo opened the game with a pair of quick goals for the higher-seeded Tigers. The first came in just the fourth minute, and a defensive miscue helped him go on a breakaway all alone and chip the ball over UIndy’s goalie for the second in the 21st.

Not only did the Greyhounds bounce back, but they were quick to do so with their first goal just 30 seconds later as Javier Steinwascher found Bryan Moreira. Less than two minutes after that, Ben Rohder scored on an assist from Mathias Skjeseth to tie the game at 2-2.

The score remained there until the 61st minute when Steinwascher was in the right place at the right time to head the ball in off a long throw in. Jakub Olczyk winged it in from the left side near the end line where Kendall Allen was able to get the perfect flick on it with his right foot on the near post through the box to Steinwascher from the opposite end.

Fort Hays State pressure late and had some excellent close range opportunities on free kicks and corner kicks, but time ran out on the Tigers who ended their season at 13-6-2.

Miles Palmer earned the win in goal for UIndy with a pair of saves on eight shots faced. Cullen Fisch took the defeat with three saves on 18 shots faced.

UIndy now advances to Saturday’s game against top-seeded Lake Erie with kickoff scheduled for 3 p.m.


Saturday, Nov. 23, 3 p.m.
No. 1 Lake Erie vs. Advancing Team
Live Stats      Video

TICKETS
All tickets are general admission.
Adults - $10
Students with ID & Senior Citizens - $5
Children 2-12 - $3

 

CONCESSIONS
The SPIRE FUEL Nutrition Center is located in the Aquatics Building and is set up to appeal to a variety of tastes and nutritional needs.

Located on site, SPIRE FUEL is an innovative ‘training table’ approach to eating (or ‘fueling’ your system). FUEL offers students, competitors and visitors the same, nutritious, fresh meal options enjoyed by Olympic and professional athletes. FUEL specializes in prepared-to-order cuisine, with zero added trans-fat, no artificial flavors or coloring, and an emphasis on local produce, fresh ingredients, and whole grains.  

SPIRE chefs receive input from SPIRE Performance staff as they prepare and customize appropriate meal plans for SPIRE athletes. Special nutritional needs can also be accommodated.

Menu Choices Include: (subject to change per event)

  • Breakfast Buffet
  • Fresh soups made daily
  • Full salad bar with up to 30 different toppings
  • Complete Grill station
  • Pizza Station
  • Create your own Pasta station
  • Fresh Deli sandwich station
  • Coke Products
  • Locally Roasted Coffee &  Assorted Tea

SPIRE FUEL has seating accommodations for up to 300 guests and a separate mezzanine dining area for private or team dining that can seat up to 300.
Payment options include: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, & Discover Cards.

NO outside food is allowed to be brought into Spire Institute.

ADDRESS:  5201 Spire Cir, Geneva, OH 44041

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Greater Cleveland Sports Commission
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