Storm dominate in win over Webster


by Brock Borgeson, sports editor

FENTON, Mo. – Simpson men’s soccer hadn’t been below .500 since finishing the 2011 season 8-10-1, and they weren’t about to have that streak broken on Sunday.

Simpson did so by making short work of Webster University (1-5-1), winning 5-0 as Simpson (4-3-1) snapped a three-game losing skid.

Five different players scored for Simpson, including goals from both of the Joslyn brothers, Nick and Louis.

Nick Joslyn used a Josh Harry assist to put Simpson up 1-0 in the 22nd minute. Just over four minutes later, Harry got on the scoring end of the goal-scoring equation, putting Simpson up 2-0 with the help of Garrett Pochop.

Louis Joslyn, Sam Stephens and Pochop all added second half goals as Simpson cruised to the finish line.

Simpson dominated in all phases, outshooting the Webster Gorloks 21-10.

Austin Schafer and Zach McEntee split the 90 minutes in goal, although McEntee earned the win to improve to 3-2-1. The duo had a combined one save, coming from Schafer.

The Storm get a spell from travel as they host St. Mary’s (Minn.) at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 23.

Simpson downed the Cardinal 2-1 in Winona last season.