TC men?s soccer 1-1 last week

Janae Rempel / Free Press<p>Niklas Flechsig plays defense late in the first half of Wednesday's game against the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. The Bluejays defeated the 18th-ranked Drovers, 2-0, for their first shutout of the season.

The Tabor College men?s soccer team lost a 4-0 game at Midland Saturday.

Midland scored once before halftime, but added three second-half goals to solidify the win.

Both teams took 15 shots, but Midland held the advantage in shots on goal, 11-6.

Bransyn Felty took six shots for Tabor, including three on goal.

Goalkeeper Bryson Henry had seven saves.

Science & Arts?Tabor defeated the 18th-ranked Drovers, 2-0, Wednesday.

After a scoreless first half, Tabor scored in the 64th minute when Agustin Ariza found the back of the net off a corner kick by Oscar Moyano, who was credited with the assist.

The Bluejays scored again in the 89th minute on a Bransyn Felty goal with just 3 seconds left to play.

Tabor outshot USAO 13-12, including 6-4 shots on goal. Felty took four shots, including two on goal. Ariza took three shots, including two on goal.

Goalkeeper Bryson Henry had four saves.

Coming?Tabor (2-4) was scheduled to play at Saint Gregory?s Tuesday and will kick off conference play by hosting Southwestern Sept. 30.

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