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November 4, 2019

SAGU Junior Forward Mazvita Chidarara had the game winner in OT

McPherson, KS- The Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Lions soccer team wrapped up Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) regular season play Monday. SAGU traveled to McPherson, KS and took on Central Christian College (CCC) for the season finale. The Lions (3-13-1, 2-7), and CCC (6-11, 1-8) battled for 90 minutes, but it wasn’t enough. An overtime goal pushed the Lions to victory and snapped their eight game losing streak.

Lion Scoring Summary







C. Wilson






L. Feh

B. Barrera



L. Feh

M. Nunez



M. Chidarara

Lion Review

  • SAGU and CCC took six shots each during the first half, but CCC took seven more shots in the second half (10-3).
  • The teams combined for 16 fouls throughout the game. Three yellow cards were given (SAGU 2, CCC 1).
  • The teams ended regulation with identical stat lines when it pertained to shots on goal. Each team had six shots on goal with two scores, but Mazvita Chidarara ( (JR/Harare, Zimbabwe) was the difference maker with a clutch overtime goal.

The Next Step

The Lions battled for the entire season. They had a tough stretch but ended the regular season on the right note as they pushed their overall record to 3-13-1, including 2-7 in the SAC. The Lions now hold the #8 seed in the SAC Tournament and will play #1 John Brown University on Friday in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

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