LAKEVILLE -- As with most soccer teams this season, COVID-19 constraints put teams in catch-up mode, forcing them to get up to game speed in matches.

"Honestly, I think at the very beginning, everybody was happy just to get out and see each other again, have some fun," Marquette coach Austin Cogdill said. "They responded well to the strained circumstances, distancing, keeping our hygiene up the best we could."

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