No. 3 Fort Lewis sets record in win
Roundup: No. 1 Northern Kentucky scores late to survive Drury
DURANGO, Colo. -- No. 3 Fort Lewis scored three times in a 56-second span to establish a new NCAA Division II record for fastest three consecutive goals by one team in a 6-1 victory against Adams State on Friday.
With traffic in front of Adams State goalkeeper Michael Miller, Joey Madigan's corner kick curled safely into the net just 4:36 into the game to start the onslaught.
Thirty-four seconds later, Derek Freeman headed a perfectly-placed crossing pass from the right side that Alberto Capdepon-Rodriguez served up to stretch the lead to 2-0.
Twenty-two ticks ran off the clock before Madigan blasted a shot from the left side past Miller to make the score 3-0.
With three goals in 56 seconds, FLC shattered the nine-year-old Division II standard for the fastest three consecutive goals by one team. California State-Bakersfield previously set the mark with three scores in 1:16 against California State-Dominguez Hills in 2002.
No. 1 Northern Kentucky 1, Drury 0
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. -- Top-ranked Northern Kentucky scored with just under 14 minutes remaining in the match to nip Drury 1-0 on Friday night at Harrison Stadium.
Northern Kentucky's Anthony Meyer cleaned up a tiped ball off a corner kick, with the assist from Anthony Ronca, at the 76:03 mark to account for the game's only goal.
The Norse, defending DII national champions, improved to 7-0 overall and 5-0 in the GLVC while pushing their unbeaten streak to 17 consecutive matches. Drury, which had a four-game winning streak snapped, fell to 5-3 and 3-2.
NKU outshot the Panthers 8-5 in the contest, including 4-2 on goal. The Norse also had five corner kicks to three by the Panthers.
Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.