Oct. 26, 2012
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The University of Cincinnati men's soccer team faces the division leading No. 14/18 Louisville Cardinals in
their last home match on Saturday, Oct. 27. The Bearcats will honor seven seniors on Senior
Night with a berth in the BIG EAST Tournament on the line. The Bearcats and Cardinals will
kick off at 7 p.m. at Gettler Stadium.
The Last Meeting
October 12, 2011
Cincinnati is 21-14-2 all-time against the Cardinals. UC leads the series 12-4-1 when playing
at Gettler Stadium. Louisville has won the last five matches.
Head coach Hylton Dayes is in his 12th season at Cincinnati and 23rd as a head coach. Dayes
holds an 98-96-34 mark at UC and a 195-180-53 overall record.
Dayes is the second-winningest coach in UC history behind only Bob Muro, who posted a 114-
111-13 mark in 12 seasons on the Bearcats sideline.
DeNormandie scored for the second straight game against Rutgers and has figured in the last
five Bearcats goals (2G, 3A).
UC posted its eighth shutout of the season with Taylor Hafling making two saves.
The Bearcats have allowed just three goals in eight home matches this season and have seven
shutouts in the last nine home contests dating to 2011.
Senior forward Leon Powell scored a pair of goals less than a minute apart and the University
of Cincinnati men's soccer team played to a 3-3 double-overtime draw at DePaul on Oct. 17 at
Powell notched his second career multiple-goal game. He also scored twice on Sept. 11, 2011,
against IUPUI in Gettler Stadium.
UC scored multiple goals in a game for the first time this season and for the first time since
Oct. 22, 2011, in a 4-2 loss at Syracuse, a span of 17 matches.
Cincinnati set a school record with its fifth consecutive shutout against Syracuse on Sept. 29
and extended the streak to six with a 0-0 draw vs. No. 21/20 USF. The Bearcats' shutout streak
was snapped at 672 minutes at No. 12/16 St. John's on Oct. 6.