Abilene, Texas - The 12th-ranked Trinity men's soccer team battled its way to a 2-1 decision over the University of Texas-Dallas on Saturday night.
UT-Dallas squared things up with a goal of their own in the 21st minute.
Neither team managed much on offense overall, though Trinity held a 5-2 edge in shots after the first 45 minutes.
The Comets immediately threatened down the field and drew a penalty kick less than a minute later, and were poised to tie the game up again once again.
Tiger goalkeeper Blake Lieberman had other plans, though, saving the PK to keep Trinity in front.
UT-Dallas only had two shots the rest of the game, and the Tigers pulled through with the narrow victory.
The Tigers continued their flawless early season and now stand at 4-0-0, while the Comets dropped to 2-2-0.
The number of shots in the game was about even, as Trinity led 10-8 overall, and 6-5 in shots on the mark.
Blake Lieberman now has 12 saves in his column this season, after recording four saves against the Comets.
The Tigers return home and open their Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference slate with Schreiner (TX) University at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday.