Men's Soccer vs. Mount Marty

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T 2-2

3:15 PM - Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Sioux Center, Iowa
Conference Match



Two early first half goals were all the Dordt College men’s soccer team could muster in their 2-2 double overtime tie against Mount Marty on Tuesday.

Mika De Vin broke the deadlock in the 14th minute. Mount Marty failed to clear a corner kick out of their own penalty area and the ball fell at the feet of De Vin for an easy finish.

Ten minutes later Gideon De Graaf capped off a Dordt counter attack with a breakaway goal. Colton Schreur played a driven ball across the box that set De Graaf up with a one-on-one with the Mount Marty goalkeeper.

Mount Marty’s Talles Ribeiro scored in the 24th minute on a breakaway due to a poor clearance by the Dordt defense. Four minutes later, Ribeiro scored his second of the match off an assist from Santiago Peniche.

The tie gives Dordt a 1-3-1 record in conference play.


Mount Marty outshot Dordt 15-10 overall and 8-4 in shots on goal.

There were seven yellow cards and one red card handed out in the match.

Dordt goalkeeper Seth Lewison had six saves in the game.


"It was a battle. We led 2-0, had a lapse and let them back in. We had several golden opportunities, but couldn't finish them off." 


The Dordt men have a six day break before their next game against Dakota Wesleyan on October 8 at 3:15 p.m.