Baylor Soccer Wins 3-2 At No. 3 Huntsville

Saturday, April 12, 2014

The Baylor soccer team traveled to Huntsville, Alabama, to take on the #3 team in the state Huntsville High School.

 Baylor scored the first two goals but Huntsville answered to tie the game at the half, 2-2. 


At the 23rd minute, Lucas Baker scored off an assist from Hunter Tyler.

At the 25th minute, Rafael Gaglianoe serviced a free kick into the box and the Huntsville  goalkeeper was called for a foul on Christian Wright to earn a penalty kick. Austin Maize took the PK and put Baylor up 2-0.

At the 28th minutes, Daniel Buchanan (Huntsville) scored off an assist from Scott Waugh.

At the 40th minute, Huntsville earned a penalty kick and Bailey Oliver (Huntsville) scored.

At the 73rd minute, Austin Rehm took a free kick and put it on the head of Rafael Gaglianonie.

Rafael headed it down for Robert Stagmaier to finish it.

Shots:
Baylor-4
Huntsville-3

Saves:
Baylor- Colin Brewer- 1
Huntsville- Ryan Cunningham- 1

Standouts:
Alex Tyler

Record:
Baylor 10-2 (2-0).

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