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Badgers fall to high-flying Irish in final exhibition


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  Notre Dame 5, 21 Wisconsin 1
Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

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  1st 2nd Final
 Wisconsin
0 1 1
 Notre Dame 2 3 5
 Scoring
ND 5:20 Leon Brown (unassisted)
ND 28:08 Patrick Hodan (Max Lachowecki)
ND 47:48 Evan Panken (Leon Brown)
ND 48:37 Brandon Aubrey (Patrick Hodan)
ND 84:17 Jon Gallagher (unassisted)
WIS 84:40 Christopher Mueller (unassisted)
 Goalkeepers Min GA Sv
WIS Adrian Remeniuk 69:31 4 3
WIS Connor Revsbeck 20:29 1 1
ND Patrick Wall 58:45 0 1
ND Chris Hubbard 31:15 1 2
 Stats at a Glance ND WIS
 Shots 19 10
 Shots on Goal 9 4
 Saves 3 4
 Offsides 5 2
 Corner Kicks 6 3
 Yellow Cards 0 3
 Red Cards 0 0
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Aug. 25, 2014

NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- Christopher Mueller continued the preseason trend of freshmen goal scorers, but the No. 21 Wisconsin men's soccer team fell 5-1 to No. 1 Notre Dame in an exhibition match at Alumni Stadium in Notre Dame, Indiana, on Monday night.

Mueller led the Badgers with a team-high three shots, including two shots on goal, but the Irish scored two goals in the first half and followed up with three more scores in the second frame to claim the final exhibition for both teams this preseason.

Through three exhibitions this preseason, four different UW freshmen have scored. Tom Barlow scored in the team's win over the University of Illinois-Chicago, then Mike Catalano and Nikola Atlija each found the net for the Badgers against Creighton. Mueller made it four different freshmen goals in three exhibitions on Friday.

Fellow freshman Adrian Remeniuk made his third-consecutive start at goalkeeper for the Badgers, making three saves in 69 minutes of work.

 Fast Facts
• Christopher Mueller scores lone UW goal in 84' 
• Wisconsin records double-digit shots (10) in loss
Connor Revsbeck splits time at goalkeeper

Notre Dame got off to a quick start, as Leon Brown scored in the 5th minute. Patrick Hodan made it a 2-0 lead for the Irish, scoring in the 28th minute. Evan Panken, Brandon Aubrey and Jon Gallagher added on scores in the second half.

The Badgers reached double-digit shots with 10, including four shots on goal, but were unable to match the offensive flurry from the Irish. 

Connor Revsbeck relieved Remeniuk in the second half at goalkeeper, finishing with one save in just over 20 minutes of action.

Wisconsin returns home and opens the regular season Friday hosting the University of San Francisco at the McClimon Soccer Complex. The match will be part of the annual PAC the MAC event and is scheduled for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.

 
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