1999 Men's Soccer Archive
Six Tigers named to all-SCAC teams
Senior goalkeeper Adam Lux and sophomore forward J.R. Foster headed a list of six Tigers named to the all-SCAC team as first team selections. Lux recorded 6.5 shutouts and posted a 0.77 goals against average, while Foster shared the team lead with eight goals and led with nine assists and 25 points. Second team selections included freshman forward Andy Cohen, junior defender Derron Harris, freshman sweeper Marc Pfleging and senior midfielder Justin Wallace.
Tigers fall to Rose-Hulman in regular season finale
Rose-Hulman's Tony Mock scored in the 37th minute to give the visiting Engineers all they needed in a 1-0 win over DePauw in the regular-season finale. The Tigers outshot Rose-Hulman 13-8 and held an 8-5 margin in corners. STATS
DePauw and Sewanee tie
The Tigers entered Sunday's game at Boswell Field in control of their own SCAC and postseason destiny, but after a 1-1 tie with Sewanee they're going to have some help. J.R. Foster gave the Old Gold a 1-0 lead late in the first half on an assist from Richie Schreiner. Sewanee tied the game in the 76th minute on Scott Polancich's score. The teams then battled through regulation and two overtime periods to the tie. The Tigers are now 13-3-2 on the season and conclude SCAC and regular-season play next Saturday by hosting Rose-Hulman. GAME STATS
Tigers beat Centre 4-1; remain in first-place tie in SCAC
Freshman Andy Cohen played a part in all four Tiger goals with one score and three assists as he Tigers beat visiting Centre 4-1. The Tigers jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead and scored twice in the second before the Colonels scored in the final three minutes. Craig Myers, J.R. Foster and Richie Schreiner each added single goals and Foster an assist. STATS
DePauw tops Anderson in overtime
Andy Cohen's goal in overtime was the difference as the Tigers won at Anderson 3-2. The win lifts the Tigers record to 12-3-1.
Tigers top 17th-ranked Denison 2-1 at Boswell Field
The Tigers fell behind 1-0 in the first five minutes of the game, but battled back with two first-half scores and held on to take a 2-1 win over visiting Denison University. Corbin Sutton scored the first goal with an assist from Mark Pfleging and J.R. Foster added the game-winner on an assist from Andy Cohen. With the victory, the Tigers improved to 11-3-1 on the season. GAME STATS
DePauw beats Millsaps to improve to 10-3-1
Craig Myers and Andy Cohen scored for the Tigers as the Old Gold held on for a 2-1 win at Millsaps in SCAC play. Myers put the Tigers ahead with a first-half free kick before the Majors knotted the score early in the second. Cohen scored the game-winner with an assist from Brendan Landry in the 58th minute. STATS
Tigers top Oglethorpe 5-0
Richie Schreiner scored twice, while Corbin Sutton, J.R. Foster and Ryan Winkler each added one goal in the Tigers' 5-0 SCAC win at Oglethorpe. Adam Lux and Tad DeBord combined for the shutout.
Rhodes hands Tigers first SCAC loss
Host Rhodes College scored once in each half to knock the Tigers from the unbeaten ranks in SCAC play with a 2-0 win. STATS
Tigers improve to 7-2-1 with 3-0 blanking of Hanover
J.R. Foster scored once and assisted on another goal as the Tigers shut out Hanover 3-0 at Boswell Field. Adam Lux and Tad DeBord were in goal for the Tigers' sixth shutout of the season. Kenneth Cochran and Andy Cohen also scored for the Tigers with Craig Myers and Derron Harris adding assists. | GAME STATS
Tigers beat Panthers 2-0
J.R. Foster and Kenneth Cochran each scored as the Tigers took the 2-0 win over non-conference foe Principia. STATS
Quakers beat Tigers with 26 seconds left
The Tigers' bid to end Earlham's unbeaten season came to a halt with 26 seconds left as the Quakers put in the winning goal. Andy Cohen scored for the Tigers with 8:50 left on a penalty kick to knock the score at 1-1 before the Quakers pulled out the win.
Tigers knock off Southwestern to complete weekend sweep
The Tigers jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Brendan Landry and Justin Wallace, but the Pirates battled back to tie the game. Ryan Winkler provided the game-winner with 19 minutes remaining. GAME STATISTICS
DePauw knocks off 13th-ranked Trinity in SCAC opener
Phil Smith's penalty kick at the 58:33 mark gave the Tigers the needed margin in defeating visiting Trinity, 2-1, at Boswell Field. Smith's shot came as a result of J.R. Foster being taken down in the box. Foster earlier assisted on Richie Schreiner's first-half goal. The 13th-ranked Trinity Tigers tied the score at one just 11:31 into the second half before Smith's game-winner just two minutes later. GAME STATISTICS
Tigers rebound with 0-0 tie against top-ranked Bishops
The Tigers were outshot 30-6 by top-ranked and defending Division III champion Ohio Wesleyan, but came away with a 0-0 tie. Adam Lux posted his fourth shutout of the season.
19th-ranked Tigers fall to rival Wabash, 1-0
Carlos Aguirre's header off of Todd Brown's corner in the 42nd minute was all visiting Wabash needed in defeating DePauw for the second time in as many years, 1-0. The win was just the Little Giants’ 11th all-time in 35 tries against the Tigers and was the 16th match between the two schools decided by one goal. FULL STORY | STATISTICS
20th-ranked Tigers improve to 3-0 with third straight shutout
Goalkeeper Adam Lux recorded his third shutout of the season as the Tigers improved to 3-0 with a 2-0 win at Bates. Craig Myers scored at the 16:12 mark on a penalty kick and Phil Smith scored on a header from Ken Cochran at 67:31 to give the Old Gold the victory. Lux deflected a Bates penalty kick with just over five minutes left to preserve the win. The Tigers are ranked 20th in the first NSCAA poll of the season and host Wabash at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.
Tigers off to 2-0 start with shutout win at Colby
Freshman Chris Kessler scored his first collegiate goal five minutes into the second half as the Tigers won their second straight game by a 1-0 score. Kessler's goal was assisted by sophomore J.R. Foster. Senior Adam Lux recorded his second shutout in goal.
Tigers open season with 1-0 win over Calvin
J.R. Foster's early goal was all the Tigers needed as Adam Lux posted a shutout in the team's opening game of the season. Full story Statistics to follow. Please check back in the next couple of days as the page is updated.