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  • MSOC: Steed nets first career goal in 1-1 draw
    by kcsg.com news
    Published - 09/22/13 - 08:16 AM | 0 0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    (SAN RAFAEL, CA) - Dixie State University held a slim advantage at half, but could not hang on to the lead Saturday afternoon at Dominican University of California. After 110 minutes of action, the teams settled for a 1-1 draw in Pacific West Conference play.

    Dixie State earned their first point of a three-match league road trip, moving to 0-3-2 on the season. Dominican earned a draw for the second time this week to settle at 1-3-2, 0-1-1 PacWest.

    Freshman midfielder Jordan Steed (Layton, UT/Layton) netted his first collegiate goal in the 35th minute to give Dixie State a 1-0 lead. Erik Shallenberger (Las Vegas, NV/Arbor View) entered a pass from nearly 45 yards out and Steed put the ball past the Penguin keeper.

    The lead held until the 69th minute. Dominican received a free kick inside the goal box after Tyler Walters (Ogden, UT/Ben Lomand) was called for a foul after grabbing an opponent's ankle. David Mendez placed the ball into the net to tie that match at 1-1.

    Both team fired three shot in the opening overtime session. The Penguins almost took the golden goal win with successive shot in the 97th minute.

    Dominican lost a player in the second overtime on a red card, but Dixie State could not get off a shot in the final 10 minutes.

    Walters earned the draw with seven saves. Dominican held a slight match advantage in shots, 18-16.

    Dixie State returns home for its longest home stretch of the year. Matches begin Wednesday at 7 p.m. against Hope International in a non-conference meeting.
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