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Elon repeats as conference champion
November 11th, 2012 4:15AM
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[SOUTHERN TOURNAMENT] Gabe Latigue scored on a free kick in the 75th minute to give top-seeded Elon a 2-1 win over Wofford in the Southern Conference Tournament title game at WakeMed Soccer Park on Saturday night. The title was the second straight for the Phoenix.

Elon had played with the lead for most of the contest after Matt Wescoe’s ninth-minute strike.

The Terriers finally found the equalizer in the 71st minute when sophomore Ellis Vienne nodded home an Ethan Miller corner kick in a congested box.

The win avenged Elon's 4-3 overtime loss to Wofford on Oct. 9.

So-Con All-Tournament Team:
Boubacar Toure, Appalachian State
Lee Williams, Appalachian State
Chase Park, Georgia Southern
Thomas Valikonis, Georgia Southern
Andrew Drennan, Wofford
Taylor Grim, Wofford
Ellis Vienne, Wofford
Gabe Latigue, Elon
Daniel Lovitz, Elon
Chris Thomas, Elon
Matt Wescoe, Elon



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