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Who missed the point-after attempt?
September 26th, 2007 8AM
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[SMALL COLLEGE] Division II Florida men's schools Saint Leo and Rollins produced one of the highest-scoring games in recent memory when Saint Leo prevailed, 7-6, in overtime on Friday night.

The Lions led 4-0, 5-3 and 6-5 but couldn't close out the game in regulation. Freshman Kyle Kuhlman took a through ball from Brazilian Leonardo Nogueira and scored his first career goal in the 93rd minute to end the suspense at University Field.

Twice Rollins scored two goals in less than three minutes to even the score at 5-5 in the 73rd minute. St. Leo's Daniel Asher scored on a 23-yard drive that hit the underside of the bar to put the Lions back ahead, but the Tars forced overtime with a penalty kickJon Gruenewald converted in the 85th minute.

TIME TEAM/SCORER
17:03 St. Leo Glenn 1-0
19:47 St. Leo own goal 2-0
30:06 St. Leo Montoya 3-0
37:10 St. Leo Glenn 4-0
41:14 Rollins Chin 4-1
42:05 Rollins Welch 4-2
52:11 Rollins Chin 4-3
59:12 St. Leo Cutler (pen.) 5-3
69:52 Rollins Clark 5-4
72:03 Rollins Welch 5-5
77:45 St. Leo Asher 6-5
84:56 Rollins Gruenewald (pen.) 6-6 
92:43 St. Leo Kuhlman 7-6



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