Nebraska Wesleyan and Dordt each scored one goal but that was all that each team could get in 110 minutes of action as the Prairie Wolves and Defenders tied 1-1 in GPAC men's soccer action on Saturday night (Sept. 25) at Abel Stadium in Lincoln.
NWU is now 2-6-1 overall and 1-1-1 in GPAC, while Dordt is 3-5-2, 1-2-1.
Both goals were scored within three minutes of each other in the first half. Dordt got on the board first when Scott VanWylen scored on a free kick.
Nebraska Wesleyan wasted little time in tying the game up as Chris Simley took a good pass from Colby Twist to knot the score at 1-1.
The biggest play of the match came in the final two minutes when Nebraska Wesleyan goalkeeper Scott Sutherland stopped a Dordt penalty kick which would have given the Defenders the victory.
Nebraska Wesleyan had a total of 18 shots with six on goal, while Dordt had 12 total shots. Sutherland recorded four saves on the night for the Prairie Wolves.