|1||36:04||Henrique Lucena-Pires (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|1||37:32||Lucas Venegas (Hastings (Neb.))|
|2||59:12||Daniel Whitehall (Hastings (Neb.))|
|2||79:04||Daniel Whitehall (Hastings (Neb.))|
|2||83:40||Oscar Zamudio (Hastings (Neb.))|
|2||85:38||Daniel Simonis (Hastings (Neb.))|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Indv. Leaders||Hastings (Neb.)|
|#10 Henrique Lucena-Pires - 1||Goals||#9 Daniel Whitehall - 2|
|None||Assists||#24 Marc Tautz - 2|
|5 Players - 1||Shots||2 Players (#9,#11) - 5|
|#0 Lasse Binder - 10||Saves||None|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Team Statistics||Hastings (Neb.)|
|5 (3)||Shots (on goal)||35 (21)|
HASTINGS, Neb.-- The Jimmie men's soccer team drew first blood against fourth-ranked Hastings (Neb.) College Sunday, but the host Broncos scored five unanswered goals to take a 5-1 victory Sunday afternoon.
HOW IT HAPPENED:
Henrique Lucena-Pires (SR/Porto Alegre, Brazil) gave the Jimmies a 1-0 lead by converting a penalty kick with 8:56 left in the first half. The UJ lead was short-lived, as Lucas Venegas scored one minute, 28 seconds later to bring the Broncos level. Daniel Whitehall and Marc Tautz assisted on the goal.
Whitehall scored back-to-back goals to give Hastings a two-goal lead. His first came at the 59:12 mark of the match, a header assisted by Tor Trosten and Bruno Moreira. The second came at 79:04 and was unassisted.
Oscar Zamudio made it 4-1 with 6:20 left in the game with assists by Daniel Simonis and Tautz. Simonis closed out the scoring with an assist by Zamudio at 85:38.
HAT TRICK (3 TAKEAWAYS FROM SUNDAY'S MATCH):
1. Hastings had a 21-3 shots on goal advantage and outshot the Jimmies 35-5.
2. Lasse Binder (SR/Hamburg, Germany) had a career-high 10 saves.
3. Jamestown lost its opening two matches for the first time since 2009.
The Jimmies are in Wisconsin for a pair of games next weekend, taking on Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) Saturday and Saint Ambrose (Iowa) Sunday.