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Hegngi brothers rescue Buckeyes
September 26th, 2011 4:17AM

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[AROUND THE COUNTRY] Ohio State opened its Big Ten campaign with a 3-2 win over Michigan on Chris Hegngi's goal 34 seconds into the first overtime period. Hegngi's older brother, Parnell, had tied the score with 94 seconds left in regulation. For more on Ohio State-Michigan, wins by Monmouth and Iona and results from around the country ...

Michigan battled back from a 1-0 deficit to take the lead on goals by Fabio Pereira in the 81st minute and Ezekiel Harris the 85th minute.

The loss dropped the Wolverines, NCAA Division I semifinalist in 2010, to 2-7-1. Freshman of the Year Soony Saad turned pro, his brother, Hamoody, didn't returnt for his junior season, and two top recruits signed with clubs in Europe.

-- Ryan Clark scored twice in the second half  to propel Monmouth (6-2-0) to a 2-1 win over Princeton. The Hawks were playing with 10 men following a red card to Anthony Vazquez in the 65th minute.

-- Iona improved to 7-1-0 with a 2-1 victory over St. Joseph's on goals by sophomore Franklin Castellanos and Spanish freshman Brais Garcia.

EAST:
Duquesne 2 Buffalo 0
Iona 2 St. Joseph's 1
Manhattan 0 Bryant 1
Monmouth 2 Princeton 1
New Hampshire 1 Hartwick 0
Penn 4 LIU 1
Rhode Island 1 Yale 3
Siena 1 Albany 0
St. Francis (Pa.) 3 Canisius 0
Stony Brook 4 Temple 3

MIDWEST:
Eastern Illinois 0 IUPUI 0
Loyola, Ill. 1 Green Bay 2
Oakland 2 Dayton 0
Ohio State 3 Michigan 2
Western Michigan 0 Western Illinois 1
Wisconsin 2 Loyola Marymount 1

SOUTH:
Belmont 1 Evansville 4
Jacksonville 1 UC Riverside 2
Stetson 2 George Washington 2
Wake Forest 1 Winthrop 1

WEST:
Air Force 3 Central Conn. State 2
Cal Poly 1 Denver 3
Cal State Northridge 3 Seattle 0
Gonzaga 0 UMKC 0
Oregon State 1 Cal State Bakersfield 2
Portland 3 Houston Baptist 1
San Francisco 3 San Jose State 0
Stanford 2 Vermont 1



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