September 22, 20101st2nd1OT 2OT Final
Newberry01001
Pfeiffer01001
Scoring
NEWM58:29Shane Robinson (Adrian Ochoa )
PUM83:15Johannes Tisell (Alex Landim )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
NEWMPatrick Sweatt110:00110
NEWMTEAM0:0001
PUMAlex Moreno110:00110
PUMTEAM0:0001
Stats at a GlanceNEWMPUM
Shots (on Goal)24 (12) 22 (12)
Saves1111
Offsides38
Corner Kicks45
Fouls1211
Yellow Cards10
Newberry plays Pfeiffer to 1-1 draw
Nathan Arroyo took three shots on goal and picked up an assists during the game.


Newberry plays Pfeiffer to 1-1 draw
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

MISENHEIMER, N.C. - The Newberry College men's soccer team failed to put the finishing touch on the Pfeifer University Falcons as the teams ended in a 1-1 draw during a double overtime showdown.

Newberry (1-4-2) freshman Shane Robinson (Charleston, S.C.) snuck his second goal of the year into the lower left corner of the net on a Nathan Arroyo (Atlanta, Ga.) cross to put the Wolves up 1-0 in the 58th minute.

The Wolves defense held tight until the 83rd minute when Pfeiffer (1-3-2) defender Johannes Tisell (Miondal, Sweden) found a crack in the Newberry resistance and sent a shot just to the left and out of the reach of Newberry goalie Patrick Sweatt (Indian Land, S.C.), tying the game at one a piece.

Newberry took three shots on goal during the two overtime periods but failed to get the game winner past Pfeifer goalie Alex Moreno (Huntsville, N.C.). The Wolves took a total of five overtime shots while the Falcons managed just three.

Arroyo led the offensive charge for Newberry with six shots, three on goal, while teammate Adrian Ochoa (East Point, Ga.) took four shots with three on target as well. As a team, Newberry outshot Pfeiffer by just two, 24-22, with both teams taking 12 shots on goal.

Sweatt played the entire 110 minutes in goal for Newberry as did Pfeiffer's Moreno. Both keepers saved 10 shots with Sweatt saving 7 in the first half alone, five of which came in the first seven minutes.

The next game for the Wolves will be this Saturday, Sept. 25, at USC Aiken before Newberry returns home for a South Atlantic Conference contest against Tusculum on Saturday, Oct. 2.