The Ohio Condition men’s team gathers up before the start of game against BGSU. Credit: Jack Westerheide Managing Editor for DesignThe Oh
The Ohio Condition men’s team (1-14-2, -7-1 Big Ten) required the house favorite Wisconsin Badgers (9-5-2, 6-2 Big Ten) toin Madison, Wisconsin on Sunday mid-day.
Yet, as has happened on multiple occasions this year, an objective within the final minutes demonstrated is the dagger that wiped out any hope of the Ohio Condition victory, because the Buckeyes fell towards the Badgers 1- for that team’s 14th loss of year .
Newcomer forward Andrew Akindele scored the sport champion having a 1:13 left within the secondperiod, using the rebound from their own miss, and showing up in the rebound into the rear of the internet to close the victory for that Badgers, who’ll mind into next week’s Big Ten Tournament because the No. 2 seed.
Sunday’s match represents the 2nd match the Buckeyes have forfeit in overtime in 2018, even though it is the 3rd match the Buckeyes surrendered whether game-tying goal, go-ahead goal or perhaps a game-winning goal within the final minutes.
Ohio Condition outshot Wisconsin 14-12 around the mid-day as well as displayed an infinitely more disciplined game, recording nine fouls instead of Wisconsin’s 19.
Perhaps the Buckeyes’ best chance from the mid-day arrived the very first half when redshirt senior midfielder Brady Blackwell saw his free kick from near midfield hit the crossbar.
Redshirt junior goalie Parker Siegfried made four saves in another quality outing for that Buckeyes.
Ohio Condition will go into the Big Ten Tournament because the ninth seed and can play eighth seed Northwestern (5-8-5, -5-3 Big Ten) within the Tournament play-in game on Saturday.