SPRINGFIELD — The Crowder College Roughriders improved to 7-4-1 overall and 3-1-1 on the road with a 4-0 win Tuesday over the Drury JV at the Lake County Complex.

The 'Riders scored their first goal only a few minutes into the match, Musa Kamara taking a pass from Guillaume Rouzic, and the score remained the same at halftime.

Early in the second half, though, Kamara netted his second goal, this one from a pass by Andrew Browning.

Unlike the first half, however, two more goals would be scored by Crowder: Leo Mueller, who's become the master of the free kick, on a long free kick for a 3-0 edge and Rouzic closed out the scoring with his first goal, off an assist by Martin Webb.

Crowder pitched its first shutout since September 19 against Cowley County and its third of the season and first against a non-Kansas school. Crowder blanked Neosho County and Cowley in consecutive home matches.

Crowder returns to action Sunday, yes, Sunday with a home match against Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa. Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa, 7-4-1 entering Wednesday, just defeated Rose State 3-0, a team Crowder lost to 3-2 in overtime to start the season.

Crowder's four losses this season are against schools a combined 35-12-1, including the No. 1 ranked team in NJCAA Division I, St. Louis.