Sept. 7, 2007
PITTSBURGH-The Pitt men's soccer team dropped a heart-breaking, double-overtime 2-1 decision to Wright State in its first game of the Pitt Invitational Tournament Friday evening at Founders Field.
The Panthers went up 1-0 when freshman defender Andy Kalas (
It took just over 50 minutes for the Raiders to respond when midfielder Milovan Milosevic stole the ball in the backfield and scored an unassisted goal, tying the game at 1-1 in the 68th minute.
The game remind tied through regulation and the first overtime period. It wasn't until the 118th minute that
Pitt goalkeeper Jordan Marks (
Pitt falls to 0-3-1 on the season while
Earlier in the day,
Deep Named NSCAA High School Boys National Scholar Player of the Year
Pitt Soccer Making Progress with Riverhounds
Men's Soccer Releases 2015 Schedule
Five Panthers on Pittsburgh Rivershounds Summer Roster
Spring Soccer Recap: Questions Answered, Players Emerge During Spring Season
Riverhounds Back On The Spring Schedule