|1||6:03||Tad Davis (ADRIAN)|
|1||11:00||Tad Davis (ADRIAN)|
|2||53:32||Brad Squires (ADRIAN)|
|2||60:53||Jacob Drzyzga (Michigan-Dearborn)|
|2||67:51||Kevin Gondoly (Michigan-Dearborn)|
|2||72:43||Kevin Gondoly (Michigan-Dearborn)|
|2||89:23||Ali Khcheiche (Michigan-Dearborn)|
|#4 Kevin Gondoly - 2||Goals||#3 Tad Davis - 2|
|2 Players (#11,#24) - 1||Assists||2 Players (#4,#19) - 1|
|3 Players - 2||Shots||#6 Zach Combs - 3|
|#1 Dylon DaSilva - 7||Saves||#1 Luke Warrick - 2|
|12 (6)||Shots (on goal)||17 (10)|
ADRIAN, Mich. - For the second time this season, the University of Michigan-Dearborn men's soccer team came back from three goals down in the second half to win a nonconference contest.
The Wolverines scored four times in the final 30 minutes to top NCAA Division III opponent Adrian College 4-3 Saturday in Adrian, Mich., moving UM-Dearborn to 2-1 overall on the season.
Much like the season opening win over Trinity Christian College, the Wolverines trailed 2-0 at the half and allowed a third goal just after the break to trail by three. UM-Dearborn got on the board with the first goal of the season from Jacob Drzyzga (SO/Grosse Ile, MI) in the 61st minute on a corner kick header. The assist went to freshman Tanner Wallace (FR/Riverview, MI).
The Wolverines again cut into the lead seven minutes later on the first career goal from freshman Kevin Gondoly (FR/Dearborn, MI), who added the tying score in the 73rd minute on a header off a failed clear by the Adrian goalkeeper.
Much like he did in his UM-Dearborn debut, freshman Ali Khcheiche (FR/Dearborn Heights, MI) found the back of the net for the game winner, this one coming off a feed from Joseph Georgic (JR/New Boston, MI). The game winner came with just 37 seconds left in regulation. Khcheiche has a team-high four goals, following a hat trick in the Wolverine opener.
Adrian outshot UM-Dearborn 17-12, while Wolverine goalkeeper Dylon DaSilva (JR/Canton, MI) made seven saves.
UM-Dearborn continues the weekend with a road contest at Olivet College at 4 p.m. Sunday in Olivet, Mich.