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Brewer's goal sends @DubC_MSoccer to comeback tie

< Benny Spirk > (Wilmington photo/Randy Sarvis)
< Benny Spirk > (Wilmington photo/Randy Sarvis)

BEREA – Sophomore JC Brewer picked a great time to score his first career goal as his marker in the 75th minute knotted the game at three as the Wilmington College men's soccer team fought back from a 2-nil deficit to earn the 3-3 draw with Baldwin Wallace Friday in Ohio Athletic Conference action at George Finnie Stadium.


  • Brewer (New Carlisle, OH/Tecumseh) took the rebound from a free kick save to push the ball in the back of the net. Junior Niklas Martensson (Torna Hallestad, Sweden/NTI) was awarded the assist.
  • The Yellow Jackets took the lead in the 16th minute as the OAC's leadings scorer Danny Ruple found the back of the net, and they doubled their lead with an unassisted goal by Michael Snowball in the 31st minute.
  • Wilmington struck quickly in getting back into the game. Martensson headed home the corner kick from classmate Benny Spirk (Wilmington, OH/Wilmington) at the 33:26 mark of the first half. It was Martensson's team-leading eighth goal of the season.
  • Martensson was on the distributing side of the goal 20 seconds later as junior Jason Altmayer (Bethel, OH/Bethel-Tate) scored his first goal of the season to send the teams into half knotted at two.
  • BW reclaimed the lead less than 10 minutes into the second half as Ruple assisted on a Logan Davis score in the 54th minute.
  • Junior keeper Eli Feuer (Bexley, OH/Bexley) picked up the decision with five saves in 41:31 of action. Feuer came in to replace injured Chris Bourque (Batavia, OH/Batavia) midway through the second half.
  • Wilmington was tagged with five of the seven yellow cards called in the game.


"This team showed a lot of grit; lot of resiliency," said Wilmington head coach Bud Lewis. "In one respect, it would have been easy for us to fold – especially after getting back to 2-2 and giving up the third goal. We showed a lot of character in the face of adversity. We earned our first point in the league. It's not a lot, but it's a step in the right direction."


Wilmington (6-5-2 overall, 0-2-1 OAC) returns to Townsend Field 7 p.m. Wednesday, hosting Otterbein (8-2 overall, 2-0 OAC).

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