Sunday, November 13, 2022 – 08:30 AM
LIVONIA, Mich. — Indiana Tech claimed its fourth-straight males’s soccer WHAC Event title, capturing to a 6-5 benefit over Madonna College in penalty kicks, following a 1-1 scoreline by means of regulation and extra time. The Warriors are actually unbeaten in WHAC postseason play since 2018. Graduate scholar Brendan Sidaway performed in his fifth league title match this afternoon, becoming a member of a choose few WHAC student-athletes to ever declare 4 match trophies.
One other veteran, Luke Jones, staked Tech to a 1-0 lead within the thirty eighth minute, beating MU’s Youssou Ouendeno low to the underside proper nook with a right-footed effort from simply exterior the penalty space.
The Warriors held the 1-0 benefit till the ultimate 10 minutes, when Crusader Ryo Nakajima equalized at 80:29.
MU had the higher hand within the extra time durations, outshooting Tech 9-3 in additional time. Jaume Salvado and the defensive unit weathered the storm, forcing the shootout.
Tech outlasted MU 6-5, with Lucca Motta, David Ambaek, Aaron Asamoah, Jaume Castells Mas, Diego Perez, and Panagiotis Georgiou scoring from the spot. Salvado got here up with two saves, earlier than the ultimate Crusader effort clanged off the left upright.
Tech (12-2-6) will study its NAIA Nationwide Event destiny on Monday when the sector of 40 and opening spherical teams are introduced. Tech and MU maintain the WHAC’s two computerized bids. Tech will seem within the NAIA occasion for the fourth-straight 12 months.
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