It's not misleading. Grow up and culture yourself. And then noun yourself.
Freshman Dylan Mares and junior Austin Berry scored for UofL (6-0-2), which entered with a high ranking and high expectations.
"It was nice to get early goals rather than late, which we've been doing most of the year," Cardinals coach Ken Lolla said. "We knew that this is an emotional game. We knew it was very important that we started strong."
U of L , ranked as high as No.6 in the country (NSCAA/adidas coaches poll), continued its best start ever. The Cards also tied the school record for longest unbeaten streak, at eight matches. The 1981 squad went 7-0-1 over its final eight games.
Congrats to the soccer Cards, who will continue to chase their goal of having the most successful regular season in U of L history...and then inexplicably be forced to travel and play at an underachieving Indiana team in the NCAA Tournament.