Tigers Stay Unbeaten with Overtime Win at Earlham

Tigers Stay Unbeaten with Overtime Win at Earlham

September 9, 2007


September 9, 2007, Richmond, Ind. - DePauw, ranked 21st in Division III, remained unbeaten at 3-0-1 after taking a 3-2 double overtime decision at Earlham. The Quakers slipped to 1-3 on the season.

DePauw's Mike Harris scored the game winner at 107:38 with an assist from Jeremy Rielley. The scoring went back-and-forth over the opening two halves as Earlham's Bannett Asingura put the Quakers on the board at 13:15 with an unassisted goal.

DePauw's Stephen Keller tied the contest at 39:14 with an assist from Beau Sorg before Earlham took the lead with just 36 seconds left in the half on a penalty kick. The Tigers knotted the score at 2-2 on Rielley's penalty kick at 67:02.

The Tigers outshot Earlham 14-13 and held a 15-5 advantage in corners. John Fenley totaled nine saves for DePauw, while Kyle Thompspn finished with six.

DePauw travels to Ohio Wesleyan for a Friday evening contest.