|Cornerstone Uni. (2-4-3, WHAC 1-1-2)||0||1||0||0||1|
|Concordia University (7-4, WHAC 2-2)||1||0||0||1||2|
|Concordia Ann Arbor|
|1||19:35||Josh Posuniak (Concordia University)|
|2||62:49||James Pipe (Cornerstone Uni.)|
|2OT||112:35||Charlie Miles (Concordia University)|
|Cornerstone Uni.||Indv. Leaders||Concordia University|
|#4 James Pipe - 1||Goals||2 Players (#11,#21) - 1|
|None||Assists||#21 Charlie Miles - 1|
|#16 Allyn Anthony - 4||Shots||2 Players (#11,#21) - 7|
|#24 Dary Dewalt - 8||Saves||#0 Marino Moracinni - 4|
|Cornerstone Uni.||Team Statistics||Concordia University|
|21 (5)||Shots (on goal)||18 (10)|
(Ann Arbor, MI) After six consecutive games on the road dating back to September 8th, the Cardinals finally returned to Ann Arbor for a Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) match. The Cardinals hosted the Golden Eagles of Cornerstone for an afternoon matinee. The closely contest match ended with a Charlie Miles goal in the 112' to lift the Cardinals over the Golden Eagles 2-1.
Here's Where it Happened:
Cardinal Stadium – Ann Arbor, Michigan
Cornerstone University (2-3-3, 1-0-2) vs. Concordia University (6-4, 1-2) - WHAC matchup
Here's How it Happened:
- Joshua Posuniak (SO/Canton, MI) put the Cardinals on the board in the 25' off an assist from mid-fielder Charlie Miles (JR/Brighton, England).
- A defensive miscue by the Cardinals led to a Golden Eagle by James Pipe at 62'
- The game was evenly matched for the last 30 minutes with both teams having their fair chances at a goal.
- Joshua Posuniak attacked up the left side of the field and attempted a shot that was delfected which then found the foot of Charlie MIles on the rebound. Miles controlled the ball and launched it passed the Golden Eagles' goalkeeper for the golden goal.
- Joshua Posuniak and Charlie Miles led the Cardinals offensive charge with each recording 7 shots on goal.
- The Golden Eagles outshot the Cardinals 21-18.
- It was the second consecutive double over-time game for the Cardinals, both resulting in victories.
- GK Marino Moraccini (SO/Shelby Township, MI) earned his 4th win of the season recorded 4 saves for the Cardinals
Here's What Coach Thought:
"I thought we did a great job competing for the entire match, which was awesome to see."
"This is the 2nd game in double OT for us and the guys have been competing until the end. with both resulting in wins."
"Hopefully, with an extra day to recover, we can carry this momentum over and have another quality performance against UNOH on Saturday."
Here's Where it will Happen Next:
The Cardinals will remain at home for their next match when the University of Northwestern Ohio comes to Ann Arbor on Saturday, October 7th. The match is set to start at 3pm with the women playing as part of a doubleheader starting at Noon. The Racers currently rank #20 in the most recent NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 poll.