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Kim Krohn scored the first goal of the season Sunday

Kim Krohn scored the first goal of the season Sunday

Sept. 30, 2007

Box Score

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Sebastian Lindholm had a hand in all four Jacksonville goals Sunday afternoon, finishing with three goals and one assist to lead the Dolphins to a 4-1 victory over USC Upstate in Atlantic Sun Conference men's soccer action.

Jacksonville remains undefeated in the A-Sun, improving to 2-0-0 in league play and 4-3-1 overall. Upstate falls to 0-8-0 overall and 0-2-0 in the league. Upstate hosts A-Sun foe Lipscomb next Friday at 7:00 p.m. at the County University Soccer Stadium.

Upstate pushed the tempo early in the game, putting up the first two shots of the match in the first eight minutes of play. Jacksonville countered, though, and Lindholm put a shot from distance into the right corner of the net in the 20th minute to give Jacksonville a 1-0 lead. Brian Cocciolo assisted on the scoring play. Forty-five seconds later, Lindholm struck again, this time on a double assist from Anton Axelsson and Stefan Runeman. Runeman played a long ball into the box where Axelsson flicked a pass to Lindholm who put the shot away for a 2-0 Dolphin lead.

Jacksonville managed another goal in the 27th minute when Lindholm played a corner kick into the box and Cocciolo headed the ball into the net to give the Dolphins a commanding 3-0 lead.

Upstate cracked the scoreboard in the 43rd minute when Kim Krohn scored on an unassisted goal to cut the Jacksonville lead to 3-1. The Dolphins out-shot the Spartans 11-6 in the first half, dominating the pace of play midway through the opening 45 minutes.

After playing most of the second half without any goals but with continued pressure by Jacksonville, Lindholm completed his hat trick in the 82nd minute off of an assist from Axelsson and Eddie Munnelly to give the Dolphins a 4-1 lead.

Jacksonville out-shot Upstate 22-10 for the game. Spartan goalkeeper Jason McCabe tallied a career high 10 saves with 14 Jacksonville shots being put on goal.

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