1998 Men's Soccer Archive
Tigers' season comes to end with 4-2 loss to Otterbein
Phil Smith and Justin Wallace each scored goals for the Tigers, but Otterbein scored twice in the final 30 minutes to win 4-2. The loss ends the Tigers' season at 12-5-2.
Tigers to face Otterbein in first game of Great Lakes Regional
Otterbein topped Earlham 1-0 at Earlham on Wednesday afternoon to advance to the four-team Great Lakes Regional at Ohio Wesleyan on November 14-15. DePauw takes on the Cardinals at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday at Ohio Wesleyan. The second game pits Alma against the host Battling Bishops.
Tigers make return trip to NCAA Championship
The 12-4-2 Tigers have earned a bid to the NCAA Division III Championship and play on Saturday. The Tigers will take on the winner of Wednesday's Otterbein at Earlham game on Saturday at a time to be determined at Ohio Wesleyan. The other game on Saturday features Alma at Ohio Wesleyan. The regional championship is slated for Sunday. Here's the complete bracket.
Tigers wrap up regular season with 5-2 win at Rose-Hulman; NCAA bids announced Sunday
Five differnt Tigers scored in DePauw's 5-2 win at SCAC foe Rose-Hulman on Friday. The win lifts the Tigers to 12-4-2 overall and 6-2-1 in the SCAC and was the final regular season contest for the Old Gold. Justin Wallace scored at the 15:01 mark with an assist from J.R. Foster, but the Engineers knotted the score at 1-1 just 48 seconds later. Foster scored at the 18:56 mark to make it 2-1. Corbin Sutton and Ryan Winkler made it 4-1 before the hosts struck again for a 4-2 halftime score. Ryan Dullea scored the lone goal of the second half. The Tigers will now await word from the NCAA regarding a bid to the postseason tournament which begins with first-round games on November 11. The tournament pairings will be announced Sunday evening. The Tigers are currently ranked first in the Great Lakes Region by the NSCAA.
Sweep of Rhodes and Hendrix makes postseason hopes promising
The Tigers handed Rhodes its only conference loss and then blanked Hendrix to improve to 11-4-2 overall and 5-2-1 in their first season in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. The Tigers topped Rhodes 2-0 on the strength of two goals from Corbin Sutton and a shutout in goal from Adam Lux. They then shut out Hendrix 6-0 with J.R. Foster leading the way with a pair of goals.
Tigers rebound with big win over Sewanee
Following a tough 1-0 overtime loss at Centre on Saturday, the Tigers battled back to defeat Sewanee 1-0 in an SCAC game. Phil Smith scored the game-winner with 15:28 left in regulation on an assist from Aaron Pollack. The win lifted the Tigers overall record to 9-4-2 overall and 3-2-1 in the SCAC. On Saturday, the Tigers battled Centre to a 0-0 scoreless time, but the host Colonels won the game in the first overtime with a goal.
Third straight overtime game results in a tie
For the third straight time the Tigers went to overtime, but this time they finished tied with Southwestern 0-0. TheTigers outshot the Pirates 30-24 and Adam Lux recorded the shutout in goal.
Tigers lose heartbreaker to Trinity in second overtime
For the second straight game the Tigers lost in overtime and this time the Tigers lost a late lead in the process in losing 4-3 in two overtimes at Trinity in an SCAC game. DePauw led 2-1 and 3-2 before Trinity sent the game into overtime with a score with 2:31 left in regulation. The game-winner came with 6:54 left in the second overtime on a penalty kick that came as a result of a handball call against the Tigers. Tiger goals came from Jon Klinginsmith, Justin Wallace and Coy Conner. Adam Lux recorded 12 saves in goal. The 15th- ranked Tigers, with the loss, fell to 8-3-1 overall and 2-1 in the SCAC.
Tigers lose in overtime to host Little Giants
It hadn't happed in the last 14 meetings and not since 1984, but for the first time in 14 years, the Tigers lost on the soccer field to Wabash College. Ryan Dullea scored 7:25 into the second half, but the Little Giants knotted the score 10 minutes later. Wabash scored the game-winner 10 minutes into the first overtime. The Tigers, ranked seventh in NCAA Division III play, fell to 8-2-1 with the loss.
Tigers top Anderson, 5-2
The Tigers jumped out to a 3-0 lead and held on for a 5-2 win over visiting Anderson. J.R. Foster scored once and added two assists to pace the Old Gold. In all, five different Tigers scored goals in the win. The Tigers are now 8-1-1 on the season for their best record after 10 games since the 1986 season. DePauw's Game Statistics
Tigers move to seventh in Division III poll
With two wins and a tie last week, the Tigers men's soccer team (7-1-1) moved up one spot to seventh in the latest Division III rankings. The Tigers host Anderson on Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Late first-half goal is all Tigers need in 1-0 SCAC win
Justin Wallace provided the game-winning goal with an assist from Aaron Pollack with just 20 seconds left in the first half as DePauw defeated Millsaps 1-0 at Boswell Field. The win lifted the Tigers' overall record to 7-1-1 and their Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference mark to 2-0. The eighth-ranked Tigers host Anderson on Wednesday. DePauw Game Statistics.
Tigers open SCAC play with 1-0 win over Oglethorpe
Coy Conner's goal just 11:19 into the match was all the Tigers needed in defeating Oglethorpe 1-0. The Tigers outshot the Stormy Petrels 31-7 in the first SCAC contest for the Old Gold. Adam Lux recorded the save in goal. DePauw, ranked eighth in Division III and first in the Great Lakes Region, is 6-1-1.
Battle of top two teams in Great Lakes Region ends in 0-0 tie
The Tigers and Quakers battled for 120 minutes on Wednesday at Boswell Field, but neither team managed a goal in the 0-0 tie. DePauw outshot the visitors 10-9 in a battle of the first (DePauw) and second (Earlham) ranked teams in the Great Lakes Region. DePauw game statistics.
Tigers move to 8th in Division III poll; face 16th-ranked Earlham on Wednesday
With two wins last week, the Tigers moved up to eighth in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division III poll. The Tigers are ranked first in the Great Lakes Region and host 16th-ranked Earlham on Wednesday. The Tigers are currently ranked first in the Great Lakes Region and Earlham is second.
14th-ranked Tigers improve to 5-1 with 3-0 win at Principia
The Tigers scored three first-half goals on the way to a 3-0 win at Principia. DePauw, ranked 14th in Division III, hosts 23rd ranked Earlham on Wednesday.
Foster's second game-winner boosts Tigers to overtime win
J.R. Foster booted the game-winning goal less than two minutes into overtime to lift the Tigers to a 2-1 win over Hanover. The Tigers scored first on Justin Wallace's first half goal from Derron Harris' assist late in the first half. Hanover tied the game early in the second half before Foster untied it on Coy Conner's assist.
Tigers knock off 14th-ranked Battling Bishops
The Tigers scored two goals in each half on the way to defeating 14th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan, 4-0 at Boswell Field. The win was the first by a DePauw team over the Bishops since a 1-0 overtime win in 1990 and just the fourth in 24 games all-time.
Foster scores lone goal; Lux posts shutout in Tigers' 1-0 win at Hope
The Tigers improved to 2-1 on the season with a 1-0 shutout at Hope. Freshman J.R. Foster scored early in the first half and the Tigers held the Flying Dutchmen scoreless for the win.