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Second-Half Surge Lifts Wolverines Past Cardinals

Photo taken by: Brandon Schwartz
Photo taken by: Brandon Schwartz

DEARBORN, Mich. -- The University of Michigan-Dearborn (4-8-2, 2-4-1) men's soccer team needed a solid second half to take down Concordia (MI) (1-12, 0-7) on Saturday (Oct. 15). 


Elijah Burlak played all 90 minutes in net for the Wolverines and was hardly tested on the afternoon. Burlak made just two saves to preserve the clean sheet. 

The Wolverines did not break into the scoresheet until the 71st minute when Robi Redzic scored off his rebound, placing the chance into the left corner. Then, just 4 minutes later, Redzic set up goal-scoring machine Christian Cole for the 2-0 lead after Cole buried the open chance. 

Dearborn's final chance came in the 85th minute when Hassan Jaber was taken down in the penalty area. Spencer Polgar stepped up to the spot and calmly placed the PK into the bottom right corner for the 3-0 lead. 


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Dearborn travels to Rochester Hills, Mich., on Wednesday (Oct. 15) at 1 pm.