OKLAHOMA CITY -- Starters: Muter, Kay, Butler, Dennis, Ferguson, Mazzingham, Rice, Magalhaes, Yeoman, Millic, Sandercock.
MACU's Raphael Bonelle took a pass late in the second overtime period, shrugged off two defenders, and scored to propel the Mid-America Christian University Evangels to a 2-1 victory over the Southwestern Christian University Eagles at MACU Soccer Field.
Tomorrow's NCCAA Central Region men's soccer championship game will be played at MACU soccer field. The top-seeded Eagles will take on the second seed Evangels of MACU. Game time is set for 2:30 p.m.
The men's soccer team at Southwestern Christian University is gearing up for the NCCAA Regional Tournament that will run November 21st through November 23rd at Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The Eagles notched a first round bye after grabbing the No.1 seed in the bracket, and will face the winner of Thursday's semifinal match-up against Mid-America Christian University and Colorado Christian University.
Saturday the NCCAA Regional Championship match will take place at 2:30
Three members of the Southwestern Christian University men's soccer team were named as members of the 2013 All-SAC team selection.
Mark Bloxam was selected as a member of the All-SAC first team; Svetislav Millic and Chad Dennis were selected as second team All-SAC.
Starters: Mickleburgh, Bloxam, Kay, Butler, Mazzingham, Ferguson, Harrison, Dennis, Rice, Yeoman, Millic.
SCU traveled south to Dallas for a postseason matchup with Northwood The conference quarter finals would see the Eagles re-visiting the site of their 1-0 victory over the Knights just two weeks previous.