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Bowling Green Pushes #1 Irish to the Brink

Published: September 19, 2017

The Bowling Green State University men's soccer team gave the number-one team in the country everything it could handle on Tuesday night (Sept. 19), but the host University of Notre Dame got a late goal to edge the Falcons, 2-1. The non-conference matchup was held at Alumni Stadium.
Sophomore Chris Brennan scored early in the second half to offset Jon Gallagher's first-period goal for the Irish. Brennan's goal came off of a flick-on by senior Keaton Reynolds, the Falcons' lone Indiana native, in the 51st minute. But, Thomas Ueland scored off of a give-and-go play with 13:23 remaining in the match to keep the Fighting Irish (6-0-0) unbeaten.
Sophomore Anthony Mwembia made four saves for the Falcons (5-3-0).
The complete recap, along with stats & post-match interviews, can be found by clicking here.


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