#4 Men's Soccer Upset by Dallas in Overtime Defeat

#4 Men's Soccer Upset by Dallas in Overtime Defeat

San Antonio - The fourth-ranked Trinity men's soccer team was upset 3-2 in a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference overtime game Friday night by the University of Dallas (TX).



Trinity held the upper hand in the early part of the game, after Quentin Van Der Lee put the Tigers on the board in the third minute of play.

Not to be outdone, Dallas answered quickly with the equalizer just four minutes later.

The Crusaders then stormed in front with another score in the 37th minute, taking a 2-1 halftime lead.

The Tigers scrambled the entire half to draw even with Dallas, and the effort finally paid off in the 85th minute of action.  Christian Sakshaug forced a goal past the Dallas goalkeeper to tie the game and send it to overtime.

In the overtime period, Dallas scored with less than five minutes remaining on the clock, handing Trinity its first loss of the season.

Trinity held a 17-11 lead in total shots, but Dallas had a 6-5 edge in shots on goal.



The season's first defeat was also the first home loss since the 2013 season, breaking Trinity's NCAA all-divisions record of 47 consecutive home victories.

The Tigers fall to 5-1-0 overall and 1-1-0 in conference play.  Dallas improves to 2-1-1- and 1-0-1 in the SCAC.

Christian Sakshaug is tied for the team's scoring lead with three goals this season.

Van Der Lee scored his second goal of the campaign.



Trinity will finish off its SCAC weekend with a Sunday afternoon game against #20 Colorado College at noon.