After battling to a scoreless tie at intermission, the NAIA 9th-ranked Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats netted three goals in the second half and shut out the Foresters 3-0.
HU's defense came up big in the first half, keeping IWU from generating many scoring opportunities, but the Wildcats finally found the back of the net in the 58th minute to break the scoreless tie. The Wildcats then added another 11 minutes later and put the game out of reach with a third goal in the 79th minute.
HU keeper, Kevin Keske, had an outstanding effort in goal with six saves in the game.
"The guys put forth a great effort," said Coach Lawson. "We defended well and had our moments where we played with them. In the end we didn't generate enough possession to keep us out of our own end which we must get better at to make that push in the MCC."
The loss drops the Foresters to 5-4 on the season and 0-2 in the MCC.