CUW and MSOE men's soccer play to 1-1 draw; 3 way tie for second in NAC
|MSOE (13-4-1, 8-2-1 NAC)||0||1||0||0||1|
|Concordia University Wisconsin (10-7-1, 8-2-1 NAC)||1||0||0||0||1|
|1st - 14:51||Pope, Jacob (Concordia University Wisconsin)|
|2nd - 71:35||Andryk,Logan (MSOE)|
|MSOE||Concordia University Wisconsin|
Andryk,Logan - 1
A: Porter,Drew - 1
Sh: Andryk,Logan - 11
Sv: Farin,Garret - 4
Jacob Pope - 1
A: Diego Campos - 1
Sh: Jacob Pope - 3
Sv: Sam Ische - 7
|TEAM STATISTICS||MSOE||Concordia University Wisconsin|
|Shots (on goal)||27 (8)||12 (5)|
MEQUON, Wis.- All things considered, Concordia Wisconsin men's soccer contingent was fortunate to come away with a draw against MSOE this afternoon and a piece of a 3-way tie for second place in the final regular season NAC standings. Both team wound up 8-2-1 in league play behind undefeated Dominican.
Aurora defeated WLC 3-1 to also wind up 8-2-1 and earn the #2 seed based on their 3-2 double OT win over CUW.
League playoff pairings will be announced tomorrow but the Falcons will have to play Sunday in a first round match based on the litany of seeding criteria.
Jacob Pope (Jr./ Muskego, Wis.) gave the Falcons an early lead when he skillfully corralled a ball in the box and turned to beat the MSOE goalie.
After being frustrated by CUW goalie Sam Ische (Sr./ Menomonee Falls, Wis.) on numerous scoring chances throughout, the Raiders finally tied the match in the 71st minute on a goal by Logan Andryk the league's second leading scorer.
Saleska's Falcons did a great job of defending Jordan Werner, the league's best offensive player, but Andryk got off an amazing 11 shots.
MSOE dominated statistically, outshooting CUW by a 27-12 margin.