SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Santa Clara men's soccer kicks-off a four-game road trip Thursday at 7 p.m. at Seattle.
Last week, the Broncos played two tough games against Tulsa and SMU but dropped both contests.
Santa Clara is 0-1 all-time against Seattle with the only meeting coming in 2015. The Redhawks beat the Broncos 1-0 at Stevens Stadium.
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Santa Clara (0-5) has put 19 of its 54 shots on goal while drawing 16 corner kicks.
Miles Robinson leads the team with three points behind a goal and an assist. Carlos Delgadillo, Valdemar Andersen, and Brandon Gillingham have each scored once with Andres Jimenez has added an assist.
Four different Broncos have started in net with Henning Jolivet the only to start more than once. Jolivet has started the last two games and allowed four goals. He has made seven saves and has a .636 save percentage.
Seattle (4-1) has played three West Coast Conference opponents this season. The Redhawks beat LMU and Gonzaga but fell to Portland for their only loss of the year.
As a team, they have outscored opponents 7-2 and hold a 92-26 edge in shots. They have put 39 shots on goal while allowing 11 and have earned 36 corner kicks while allowing 17.
Medo Youssef and Cody Gibson are tied for the team lead with two goals each and three others have scored once apiece. Alex Roldan has a team-high two assists and Gibson has added one for a team-high five points. Five other Redhawks have an assist each.
Josh Adachi has allowed three goals for a 0.60 GAA and has made seven saves for a .700 save percentage. He has picked up three shutouts on the year.
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