Full Schedule Roster HTML Box Score at UMKC 9/10/2016 – 7 PM Milwaukee had one final chance to tie the match as a shot from Evan Dujardin hit the crossbar at the 87:46 mark, but that was it as Drake completed the comeback. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Darrin MacLeod (Waterloo, Ontario) finished with five saves. “We are delighted with tonight’s performance,” said Drake head coach Gareth Smith. “We played very good soccer, were dominant for long stretches of the game and are transferring training concepts into competition.” Live Stats Drake (2-2) scored the first goal in the match as Enna put away a one-timer off a long pass from senior James Wypych (Wellington, New Zealand) in the 14th minute (14:37). Watch Live The two teams traded shots after Grunert’s goal until Enna once again came through big. His game-winner came in the 84th minute (84:05) after he knocked in a header from the goal line off a double assist from Grunert and senior Mueng Sunday (Coralville, Iowa). More impressive was Drake was down to 10 players at that point after senior Andre Heine (Furtwangen, Germany) received a red card at the 73:33 mark. “We took the lead through an excellent penetrating pass by Wypych to Enna who slotted home a great finish from the edge of the box” Smith said. “It was pleasing to see Grunert and Enna show their courage, grit and quality on set plays. It was an exciting game, but we made it more difficult then it needed to be going down to 10 men. However, we showed great character and tactical discipline to go on and win the game as many would have settled for a tie.” Drake plays at UMKC Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. The Bulldogs then host their first regular season home match on Sept. 13 against Green Bay at 6 p.m. at the Cownie Soccer Complex. Print Friendly Version A resilient Drake squad remained patient in the second half as a few good opportunities for the tying goal fell just short. The Bulldogs finally broke through in the 65th minute (65:30) when redshirt senior James Grunert, who hails from Muskego, Wis. just outside Milwaukee, punched in a header from Wypych to tie the contest at 2-2. However, the Bulldogs’ advantage did not last long as Milwaukee (1-2) scored the equalizer just under 10 minutes later as Reid Stevenson buried a finish from close range at the 24:25 mark. The Panthers took the lead in the 36th minute (36:32) as Francecsco Saparito scored off a long shot from near the sideline as they led 2-1 at halftime. Preview Photo Gallery Story Links PDF Box Score Next Game: MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Junior Steven Enna (Overland Park, Kan.) scored a pair of goals to push the Drake University men’s soccer team past the Milwaukee Panthers, 3-2, Tuesday, Sept. 6 in Milwaukee.
Top Stories Yo @AB84 …Hit my line.— Patrick Peterson /P2 (@P2) February 12, 2019The timing of Peterson’s very brief recruitment letter message came 20 minutes after Brown posted a video montage of himself playing for the Steelers along with a thank-you to fans:Related LinksMichael Bidwill: Cardinals will continue leaning over their ski tipsThe Kliff Kingsbury-loves-Kyler Murray narrative growsPair of ESPN writers feel ‘perfect fit’ for Kyler Murray is with CardinalsPatrick Peterson’s apology confirms he cares as much as we doCardinals CB Peterson excited to get back to press coverage“Thank you SteelerNation for a big 9 years…time to move on and forward……..✌🏼 #NewDemands”With that, Brown formally requested a trade from the Steelers on Tuesday, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter.This comes after the 30-year-old left the Steelers on bad terms to end last season.Brown caught 104 balls for 1,297 yards and 15 touchdowns, the latter of which led the NFL in 2018. He would certainly be a boon on the field for the Cardinals, who will have veteran Larry Fitzgerald and second-year pro Christian Kirk leading a receiving corps that struggled in 2018.Brown will be paid a bonus of $2.5 million if he remains on Pittsburgh’s roster on March 17, and that amount would be a cap hit for the Steelers if they don’t move him before then, according to ESPN’s Field Yates. Less than four months ago, Patrick Peterson was putting out the fire.His trade demands led to meetings with his Arizona Cardinals bosses and ultimately a rescinding of those demands.Peterson’s apology to Arizona fans just two weeks ago while golfing at the Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro-Am was a sign he is serious about remaining in Arizona. He also expressed excitement about playing under new Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 53 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Want more?Peterson on Tuesday went to Twitter to, perhaps, improve his current franchise. He requested a phone conversation with disgruntled Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) runs after a catch with Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (21) in pursuit during the second half of an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015 in Pittsburgh. The Steelers won 25-13. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) The receiver is owed $12.6 million next season, $11.3 million in 2020 and $12.5 million in 2021. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact