Lindsey Wilson drops shocker to Spring Arbor
[NAIA MEN] Fans were treated to a shocker in the inaugural NAIA Game of the Week on the new NSCAATV.com as No. 3 Lindsey Wilson dropped a 2-1 decision to Spring
Arbor, its first loss at home since November 2010, ending a 20-game winning streak.
The Blue Raiders' Aleksi Pahkasalo fed Lwandiso Gonya in the box for the
first goal of the game early in the second half, but Michael Caccavo was quick to
respond for Spring Arbor.
Spring Arbor kept on the pressure and pulled ahead on a goal by Joel Musambi in the 69th minute.
Next up for the Blue Raiders: No. 1 and defending national champion Belhaven Aug. 30 in Montgomery, Ala.
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