LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Missouri S&T got the first goal of the game Sunday afternoon, but Bellarmine scored twice in the second half to break a tie and send the Miners to their second straight loss Sunday afternoon by the score of 3-1.
The Knights (3-1, 1-1 GLVC) broke a 1-1 tie in the 67thminute as Joe Workman took a cross at the far post and tapped the ball past S&T goalkeeper Aaron Hohenstein(St. Louis, MO/Lutheran South). After getting the lead, Bellarmine's defense held the Miners at bay as S&T had no shots over the next 22 minutes before the Knights added an insurance goal.
Callum Southern scored with just under two minutes remaining to add to the Bellarmine advantage.
The Miners took the initial lead in the eighth minute, scoring on their first shot of the game as Ian Hansen (Springfield, MO/Kickapoo) headed in Unnar Ulfarsson (Gardabaer, Iceland/Fjolnir Reykjavik)'s corner kick.
S&T, playing on the road for the first time this season, held that advantage until the 29th minute of play, when Micah Linscott had a ball deflected to him and he put a shot in from the middle of the box to knot the score at one.
Bellarmine had a 24-6 advantage in shots for the game and had nine on net against two for S&T. Hansen and Felipe Andrade (Belo Horizonte, Brazil/) had three shots apiece for the Miners, while Hohenstein was credited with six saves.
Missouri S&T (1-2-1, 0-2 GLVC) will remain on the road next weekend for a pair of games, beginning with Friday's 7:30 p.m. contest against Lewis in Romeoville, Ill.