Date Published: 
09/08/2012
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CHICKASHA – Despite a tough battle for 110 minutes on Saturday afternoon, the Drovers found themselves earning their second tie of the season as the game against Lyon College ended scoreless after two overtime periods.

While they got 17 shots off during the game, the Drovers (2-0-2) struggled to net the ball while defending their own goal nearly flawlessly.

The Drovers, who are ranked third nationally, outshot the Lyon Scots 17-10 throughout the game and had four shots on goal compared to Lyon’s one shot on goal.

Junior Perry Sansford led the team in shooting with six shots, including two shots on goal, in the game.

Sophomore goalkeeper Bryan Byars, who spent all 110 minutes in the box, had just one save in the game.

The Drovers head to Fort Worth to take on Texas Wesleyan at 4 p.m. Tuesday before returning home to play Northwood University at 3 p.m. Friday at Drover Pitch.

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