Green Knights Suffer Third Overtime Loss of Season
From Sports Information Director, October 10, 2010 | Men's Soccer
by Dan Lukes, firstname.lastname@example.org, (920) 403-4077
MADISON - St. Norbert College fell in overtime for the third time this year with a 3-2 double overtime setback to Edgewood College in a non-conference match at Breese Stevens Field.
St. Norbert, which lost to the University of Dubuque and Ashford University in extra time this year, fell to 4-9 with the loss. Edgewood improved to 5-8.
Edgewood's Paul Domann scored in the 106th minute, getting assists from Greg Dezell and Andrew Aurit, on a shot from 15 yards after a St. Norbert goal kick was intercepted. Domann's goal erased a St. Norbert rally after trailing 2-0 at halftime.
Edgewood scored an own goal in the 28th minute, and Andy Witek added another goal in the 36th minute. St. Norbert answered on a pair of goals in the second half from Eric Natwick. Natwick's first goal came in the 59th minute from 25 yards out, and his second came in the 78th minute from about 20 yards away.
St. Norbert held a 21-12 shots advantage, and held a commanding 14-5 edge in the second half and 5-1 in overtime. The Green Knights also led in corner kicks 8-7.
Kyle Koenig made eight saves to post the win for the Eagles, while Erik Tauschek did not make a save on three shots on goal for the Green Knights.