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Waxahachie, TX – The Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Men’s Soccer team dropped another close one against Mid-America Christian University. Overtime has been a reoccurring theme for the Lions this season, yielding mixed results. On a night where both teams were shutout going into overtime, the foot of MACU”s Rodrigo Albuquerque broke the tie and ended the game for Lions. This was the second overtime game for our Lions in 4 days. Speaking with Coach Clem today, the game plan was clear and simple from the start against a great, mature MACU team.  Being organized and keeping high energy from start to finish was important for the Lions. The Lions did their job and although they were not perfect, they were efficient in what they looked to accomplish. This was the work of endless hours that they have spent training, without knowing if there would be a game or not.They will look forward to taking the rest of the semester off and getting back on the field in the spring.  
Scoring Summary
93:48MACUR. Albuquerque  L. Cesar

Clem Oancea
  • “We pride in their hard work, effort and the dedication to making every training session and game a great success. Let’s continue in chasing the Lion in everything we do on and off the field.”
The Next Step
  • The Men’s Soccer team finished up their last game of the semester. They will be back competing in the spring.
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