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Indiana Athletics | October 8, 2014

MSOC: Hoosiers top No. 18 Cards

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Tenth-ranked Indiana notched goals from Grant Lillard, Jamie Vollmer and Andrew Oliver to come home with a 3-0 win against 18th-ranked Louisville on Tuesday night at Lynn Stadium.

Indiana improves to 7-1-3 on the season with the win, while the Cardinals drop to 5-4-1.

Lillard gave Indiana the 1-0 lead in the 37th minute as he headed home a service from Vollmer. Vollmer's long throw made it into the box untouched, where Lillard headed it back past Louisville's Joachim Ball for his second goal of the season. Vollmer's helper gives him a team-best three assists.

The Hoosiers added a second goal at 51:42, this time it was Vollmer on the scoring end as he headed home the service into the box from left back Patrick Doody. The goal was Vollmer's third of the season, and the third assist of the year for Doody.

Oliver got in on the scoring at 58:53 with his first of the season, slotting home a ball from Femi Hollinger-Janzen. Hollinger-Janzen made the play happen by taking the ball up the left flank and down the end line, before laying off to a charging Oliver.

It was Hollinger-Janzen's second assist of the season.

The Hoosiers finished with 13 shots in the match, while Colin Webb tallied six saves in the match. Vollmer was IU's shots leader with three.

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