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Zips respond after getting wake-up call

A 2-0 loss to Hartwick served as a wakeup call for No. 7 Akron, which has responded at Cleveland State (2-0) and against No. 15 Wake Forest (1-0) on Tuesday to improve to 9-3-0. Zips senior midfielder Aodhan Quinn, son of former U.S. international Brian Quinn, scored the only goal against Wake when he converted a penalty kick. “I think mentally and physically we are at a real high because we got woken up by Hartwick, but I think we needed that,” Quinn said. “It was a good wake-up call. From now on, I think everyone has been focused on training and training has been much better. It shows in the game. The last two games we have been a lot better.”

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