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Top Seeds Fall in Semifinals of ASC Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament
November 4, 2006

Courtesy Schreiner University Sports Information Department

Recaps »»   Day One

Mississippi College 3, Schreiner 2
KERRVILLE, Texas -- Mississippi College showed no ill affects from its double overtime win in the first round and beat the host team - Schreiner - 3-2 in the ASC Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament semifinals. The Mountaineers got the early lead on Jorge Pineda's goal five minutes into the match. MC controlled the action in the first half and the extra opportunities paid off just before halftime as Micah Lanier evened the score at the break, 1-1. Eleven minutes into the second half, SU again got the lead as David Ramos -- off an assist from Pineda -- blasted a shot into the back of the net. That lead only lasted four minutes before Phillip Applewhite retied the contest, 2-2. With 15 minutes remaining, Applewhite scored the eventual game winner off an assist from Stephen Hudgens and Jesse Purvis. Mississippi College outshot the Mountaineers 17-10 including 10-5 in the first half.

Hardin-Simmons 1, Ozarks 0
KERRVILLE, Texas -- Hardin-Simmons is back in the ASC Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament title game as the defending champion Cowboys beat the tournament's No. 2 seed, Ozarks, 1-0. In a match that didn't have a lot of great scoring chances either way, HSU converted it's best opportunity and Ozarks didn't. After a scoreless first half where the Cowboys outshot Ozarks, 9-4, HSU's David Salas broke the tie 15 minutes into the second half off an assist from Colin McDaniel. Ozarks had a golden opportunity to tie the match in the final seconds of regulation but couldn't convert and HSU was able to hold on and advance to face Mississippi in tomorrow's championship final.


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