UW-Oshkosh defeats UW-Platteville; Trinity (Texas) posts shutout
PLATTEVILLE, Wis. -- Jacob Hernandez scored the go-ahead goal as No. 6 Wisconsin-Oshkosh defeated defending WIAC champion Wisconsin-Platteville 3-1 on Sunday.
Hernandez broke a 1-1 tie when he rebounded a missed shot from teammate Elias Efthimiou and kicked the ball into the net during the 68th minute of play. The goal was the second for Hernandez in as many matches.
UW-Oshkosh (12-0-4/2-0-1 WIAC) sealed the victory on Jan Nachtigall's goal in the 76th minute. Nachtigall's team-leading sixth goal of the season came off a perfectly executed pass from Kirby Allen.
The match was scoreless until UW-Oshkosh's Tanner Freund chipped in a 5-yard shot during the 42nd minute.
UW-Platteville (6-8-3/1-3 WIAC) tied the score in the 56th minute when Mbodje Sarr avoided an UW-Oshkosh defender and kicked a shot into the goal from 18 yards out.
UW-Oshkosh posted advantages of 17-9 in shots and 12-1 in corner kicks. The Titans attempted 11 shots and earned eight corner kick opportunities in the second half.
The five attempts from Hernandez and the two from Efthimiou, Freund, Nachtigall and Paul Messerly led UW-Oshkosh's shot count. Hunter McMahon paced UW-Platteville in shots with two.
UW-Oshkosh played two goalkeepers, including Nick Barry who allowed one goal and saved three shots during the first 62:33 of action. Sam Gabrilska saved one shot for the Titans during the final 27:27 of play.
UW-Platteville goalkeeper Ian Christensen was busy, as he allowed three goals while saving eight shots.
No. 10 Trinity (Texas) 6, Schreiner 0
KERRVILLE, Texas -- Tenth-ranked Trinity (Texas) wrapped up its Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference weekend with a 6-0 victory against Schreiner on Sunday afternoon.
Trinity, the defending conference champion, upped its record to 15-2-1 and 12-1-0 SCAC, while extending its winning streak to 13 matches. The Tigers, who recorded their fourth consecutive clean sheet game, beat the Mountaineers 8-0 on Sept. 22 in San Antonio. Schreiner dropped to 4-11-3 and 4-7-2 SCAC.
Tom Carwile scored the first of two goals in the fourth minute of play, on an assist by Yuri Ribeiro. Carwile recorded his second game-winner of the campaign.
Brian Hines and Ribeiro combined for a scoring play in the 10th minute, while Ribeiro scored the first of two goals, on a solo shot in the 19th minute. Carwile gave the Tigers a 4-0 halftime lead, in the 23rd minute, and was assisted by Jonny Lawson.
Lawson pumped in his team-leading 13th goal, in the 54th minute of play. Lawson has now scored in eight consecutive games against Division III opponents. Ribeiro supplied the assist, his third of the game and a Tiger-best 12th of the season. Six minutes after Lawson's score, Ribeiro posted his second goal of the matchup, which was also unassisted.