Wesleyan pulls out 3-2 win in overtime

Wesleyan pulls out 3-2 win in overtime

September 28th, 2011 by Staff Report in Sports - College

Down two goals at halftime Tuesday at Georgetown (Ky.) College, the Tennessee Wesleyan men's soccer team got even with goals by Martyn Freestone and Billy Sparks and won 3-2 in overtime on a one-on-one shot by John Carrier from a Pedra Alba pass.

Daniel Cardona assisted Freestone's score 15 minutes into the second half, and Sparks netted a penalty kick 17 minutes later for the Bulldogs (7-2).

* Covenant 4, Tennessee Temple 0: At Covenant, a Scots team that has been having trouble scoring got two goals in each half against the Crusaders (1-8). Tyler Morrison scored early in each half from passes by Chris Pifer and then Johnny Frame, and Hunter Harrison added a penalty kick and Joel Friesen a late lob over the keeper. Covenant (2-4-2) outshot Temple 32-3.

* Cumberland (w) 4, Bryan 0: At Lebanon, Tenn., four Lady Bulldogs scored goals, Hel Dimantas Farias adding an assist to hers, in dropping the Lady Lions to 3-6-1. Bryan's Stephanie Gagnon had nine saves.

Lady Scots 10-4

Erica Adams had 12 kills and was in on 12 blocks, three of them solos, as the Covenant College volleyball team improved to 10-4 with a 17-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-23 win Tuesday against visiting Cumberland University.

Emily Stewart added 10 kills and 11 digs, Kristin Dahlstrand had 31 assists and Estes Carlson had 26 digs for the Lady Scots.

* At Dayton, Bryan improved to 8-11, 6-1 in the AAC, with a 25-13, 25-12, 25-10 win over Tennessee Wesleyan (2-13, 0-8). Chelsea Breaden had 11 kills and Sarah Thacker had 20 assists for Bryan. Rebekah Bolis had 10 digs for TWC.

* At Tennessee Temple, the Lady Crusaders (7-12) lost 25-19, 25-10, 25-19 to Reinhardt (6-10) despite five kills and four blocks by Rachel Binkley and 11 assists by Natasha Ferreti.