College men's soccer: Saints routed at UW-Eau Claire

St. Scholastica had only one shot on target.

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EAU CLAIRE — After their bus drove south, the game went south for St. Scholastica men's soccer as well on Tuesday night in a 5-0 nonconference loss at Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

The Saints (1-2) found themselves 3-0 down before 15 minutes were elapsed. The Blugolds added two more in the second half for the final margin.

CSS had three shots, one on target, to UWEC's 17 (eight on target).

Ben Hallberg made two saves for the Saints, who return to the field for a Friday afternoon home game vs. St. Norbert.

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