Men’s Soccer: Ohio State’s season involves an finish with 3-1 loss to Northwestern

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Ohio Condition junior defender Osman Fofanah dribbles past Rutgers defenders throughout the other half from the Ohio Condition-Rutgers game on

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Ohio Condition junior defender Osman Fofanah dribbles past Rutgers defenders throughout the other half from the Ohio Condition-Rutgers game on Sep. 30. Ohio Condition lost 3-2. Credit: Cody Mefferd For that Lantern

The Ohio Condition men’s team (1-15-2, -8-1 Big Ten) saw among the toughest seasons in program history arrived at an finish on Saturday mid-day as a result of Northwestern (6-8-5, 1-5-3 Big Ten) within the No. 8-No. 9 seed matchup within the opening round from the Big Ten tournament.

The Buckeyes went ahead at the start of the 17th minute on the goal from redshirt junior forward Mike Scheper, his second goal of year.

Scheper required a pass from junior defender Osman Fofanah and volleyed a lob shot past Northwestern’s sophomore goalie Miha Miskovic.

It had been all Northwestern after that on out.

The Wildcats found three goals using their midfield to close the victory. Junior midfielder Sean Lynch, senior midfielder Camden Buescher and junior midfielder Matt Moderwell tallied the goals for Northwestern.

Buescher and Moderwell would be the two leading scorers for that Wildcats, plus they provided the punch that’s expected from their store, because they iced the sport with goals within the 78th minute and 88th minute correspondingly.

Ohio Condition required the first lead not just around the scoreboard, but around the stat sheet. The Buckeyes outshot Northwestern 7-4 within the opening forty-five minutes.

5 minutes following the Scheper goal, Northwestern found the equalizer when Lynch scored his first goal of year to tie it at 1-1.

Regardless of the match being tied in the half, the outlet forty-five minutes appeared to place the Buckeyes inside a good position to win just their second match of year, letting them live and fight a later date.

Saturday’s match switched out to become a tale of two halves. Northwestern found its footing and pulled from the Buckeyes, outscoring Ohio Condition 2- within the other half and outshooting the Buckeyes 7-5.

Miskovic and Ohio Condition redshirt junior goalie Parker Siegfried both made three will save on the mid-day.

Northwestern will advance to experience No. 1 seed Indiana within the Big Ten quarterfinals.

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