After 206 minutes and 30 seconds of gameplay this season, one team finally scored in the Ottawa-Tabor men’s soccer matchup. Unfortunately for the Braves, it was Tabor’s Oscar Moyano in overtime.
Ottawa University’s 1-0 home loss to the Blue Jays Friday in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference quarterfinals brought its season to a sudden end. Before Moyano’s goal at the 96:30 mark in overtime, the two teams were stalemated in a scoreless affair – much like the 0-0 double overtime tie the squads played to in their Oct. 22 match in Ottawa.
Aaron Kavanagh, junior forward, led the Braves in shots with four. Lewis Verdouw, junior midfielder, had three of OU’s six shots in the second half.
Ottawa outshot Tabor 15-11, and had an 8-4 advantage in shots-on-goal, but never got one to go into the net despite several close misses.
The Braves end the season at 9-8-2.