BELLEVUE, Neb. -- Lee Woolmore scored a hat trick, four players had two-goal games, and five others found their way onto the score sheet as the Bellevue University men's soccer team defeated Presentation College in North Star Athletic Association action by a score of 16-0 on Saturday afternoon at Faiman Field.
Prior to the game, Bellevue's six seniors – Scott Robson, Lee Woolmore, Edgar Guzman, Andres Blanco, Lamine Doumbia, and Daniel Lastra – were recognized for their contributions to the program as part of the annual Senior Day ceremonies.
The game, originally slated for Bellevue Soccer Club, was moved to Bellevue West High School as a result of concerns over precipitation and field conditions.
In addition to Woolmore's three goals Jonas Starkus, Andres Blanco, Finlay Bloodworth, and Inaki Aldao each netted braces. Amador Rangel, Travis Hurd, Edgar Guzman, Jack Finocchiaro, and Lamine Doumbia also scored for the Bruins in the game.
With the win Bellevue evened their record at 7-7-1 (3-0-0 NSAA) on the season while Presentation fell to 1-13-0 (0-3-0 NSAA) with the loss.
BU out-shot Presentation 42-2 (27-0 on goal) for the game and totaled 11 corner kicks to the Saints' zero.
Bellevue set records for most goals in a game (16), largest margin of victory (16), and points (43) while their 42 shots and 11 assists each tied for the third-highest mark in program history.
Bellevue wraps up regular-season play on Saturday, Oct. 28 with a noon game at Waldorf University.