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GREENSBORO OVERCOMES TWO-GOAL DEFICIT, STOPS ETOWN, 3-2, IN OVERTIME; JAYS STILL SEEKING NO. 600
SALEM, Va. --- Carlton Mack scored his second goal of the game two minutes into the second overtime period to give Greensboro a 3-2 victory over Elizabethtown in the first round of the Roanoke Domino's Classic on Saturday.
With the loss, the Blue Jays fell to 1-1 on the season and are still seeking the program's 600th all-time victory. Etown would be the fifth school in all divisions of NCAA men's soccer to reach 600 all-time wins.
The Jays got goals from Tim Oswald and Bryan Hoy in the first 20 minutes of the game to take an early 2-0 lead. The Pride, however, struck for two late, second-half scores to send the contest to sudden death overtime before Mack tallied the golden goal at the 107:00 mark. For the game, Greensboro (1-0) outshot Etown, 33-8.
Wyeth Raws and Scott Fisher led the Blue Jays with two shots apiece. Chris Hepler made 11 saves in his 1998 Etown debut.
The Blue Jays face host Roanoke College in
the second round of the Domino's Classic on Sunday. Game time is
Shots-Corners: GC 33-5, EC 8-1. Goalie Saves: Stephen Larson (GC) 6, Chris Hepler (EC) 11.