Livonia, MI - The men's soccer team fell to the Madonna University Crusaders 2-0 Wednesday afternoon. For the second consecutive match, shots on goal were at a premium as Madonna (8-3-4, 3-3-2) had seven shots on goal while Michigan-Dearborn had two shots on goal for the game. Madonna struck at the 17:06 mark when James Robinson II headed one past Michigan-Dearborn junior goalkeeper Aaron Johnson for the 1-0 lead. The Crusaders would socre again late in the first half when Nick Peper scored off the corner kick of Felipe Lupion.
Michigan-Dearborn put some pressure on Madonna in the second half with junior Matt McCourt hitting the cross bar and later a flurry of activity led to a scoring chance which was headed over the net. The men's soccer team will play their final home game of the season Saturday at 3:00pm at the Legacy Center against # 5 University of Northwestern Ohio.