October 11, 20171st2nd1OT 2OT Final
Mount Olive11002
Newberry11013
Scoring
NBY37:13Pedro Gabriel (Steve Martinez )
UMO44:53Sebastian Loibl (Baptiste Tajan )
NBY63:57Tobias Henriksen (Fabrizio Bucco )
UMO81:27Nikolai Iotov
NBY102:27Till Neumann (Brad Dixon )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
UMOPreston Snyder102:2736
UMOTROJANS0:0001
NBYBrad Dixon102:27210
Stats at a GlanceUMONBY
Shots (on Goal)20 (12) 27 (10)
Saves710
Offsides12
Corner Kicks95
Fouls513
Yellow Cards12
Neumann nabs win for the Wolves in 2OT


Neumann nabs win for the Wolves in 2OT
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 | by Janay Boone, Athletic Communications Assistant

NEWBERRY Till Neumann continued his stellar freshman campaign when he scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime period to lift Newberry past Mount Olive in a 3-2 thriller.


Neumann, who ranks third in the conference with eight goals, shot past the defense and secured the victory for the Wolves (3-6-2). The Trojans’ (6-4-1) knotted the game at two in the 82nd minute on a goal from Nikolai Iotov, who shot from the outside of the box and found a way past Newberry’s goalkeeper Brad Dixon.


Mount Olive controlled the ball for the first 20 minutes of the contest, out shooting the Wolves 6-4. It was Newberry’s staunch defensive effort that would leave the Trojan’s only mustering five shots in the remainder of the half.


The Wolves got their first point on the board in the 37th minute when Steve Martinez fed the ball to Pedro Campos, who scored up the middle from 22 yards out. Newberry increased their lead just shy of the 65-minute mark as Fabrizio Bucco saw an open Tobias Henriksen at the top of the box.


Newberry’s impressive defense kept the Trojans off the stat sheet in both overtime periods. Dixon would stand tall and record 10 saves on the afternoon. The Wolves held a 27-20 advantage in shots, but were slightly edged in shots on goal 12-10.


Neumann recorded 10 shots on the game. Henriksen and Daniel Reyes combined for seven shots, with four of them being on frame. 


"I thought we created a lot of good chances today and were very dynamic going forward. We struggled to finish off the game in regulation but showed a ton of character and resiliency to find a way to get it done in overtime. UMO is a good side and will continue find success the rest of the season. We will be ready for an important game against Queens on Saturday", stated head coach Bryce Cooper.


The Wolves welcome Queens’ University to Smith Road Complex om Sat. October 14 at 3:30 p.m.