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,
Pitt Outlasts Duquesne in Exhibition, 2-1
Pitt Hosts Duquesne in Exhibition
Inaugural ACC Network Extra Schedule Announced
Pitt Men’s Soccer Selected Fifth in ACC Coastal Division
Men’s Soccer Falls 2-0 at WVU in Exhibition Play
Pitt Heads to WVU for Exhibition