The Foresters only needed thirty minutes to take a commanding 3-0 lead over Manchester that proved to be the final outcome of the contest.
HU's first goal came off a combination play that sent George Halim in for a score off an assist from Steven McKay at the 4:00 mark. Eleven minutes later Abe Janson rose above everyone off a lofted corner kick by Taylor Zeman for a header that found the upper left corner of the goal.
HU's final score came off a scramble in the box that resulted in Halim's second goal of the game, his fourth in the last two games. The Foresters outshot the Spartans 13-8 with HU keeper Kevin Keske recording three saves on the day.
"I was extremely pleased with our first half effort today," Coach Lawson said. "We got a little lackadaisical in the second half. We're happy with the win but we need to do a better job playing the full 90 minutes."
HU is now 6-1 on the season. The Foresters will play at home this weekend playing Holy Cross on Friday night and Calumet College of Saint Joseph on Saturday.