LAKEVILLE, Ind. – Indiana South Bend Soccer opened a three-match homestand on Saturday, with the Titans falling to Olivet Nazarene, 10-0.

The Titans (0-6, 0-3 CCAC) struggled to get the ball out of the defensive third, as Olivet Nazarene (3-2-1, 3-0 CCAC) jumped out early with a 3-0 lead seven minutes into the contest. Another three-goal outburst later in the first half, followed by a goal with just two seconds remaining in the half led to a 7-0 halftime score.

The defense improved after the break, leading to a few scoring chances for the Titans including Alyssa Macias’ shot in the 63rd minute, which was saved by the ONU keeper.

Goalkeeper Kaitlin Paul finished with five saves within the first 30 minutes of the match. Gracie Cabanaw relieved Paul, and finished with eight saves on the day.
The Titans return to Newton Park next Saturday, September 25, when they host Cardinal Stritch. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 p.m.