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Butler shocks Indiana with late comeback before record crowd
September 26th, 2013 1:57AM
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[COLLEGE MEN: Wednesday] A record crowd of 5,029 fans at the Butler Bowl watched the No. 21 Bulldogs rally from 2-0 down with less than four minutes to play in regulation and go on to beat defending national champion Indiana, 3-2, on freshman David Goldsmith's winner in the 104th minute.

Freshman Tommy Thompson set up Femi Hollinger-Janzen for the first IU goal in the 52nd minute and added the second goal himself 10 minutes later. But the Bulldogs got a goal back from Jordan Burt, with less than four minutes to play and Goldsmith tied things up in the 89th minute on a header.

"The first one was tremendous," said Butler coach Paul Snape. "Jordan Burt is one the hardest working players in the country. He got us back in it."

Goldschmidt won the game with his seventh goal of the season on a header.

"Goal scorers turn up in the big games and that's what he did tonight," Snape said of the Englishman.
 
-- No. 17 UAB got a goal and an assist from Alex Clay as it beat Belmont, 2-0. Freddy Ruiz add the other goal with his fifth of the year. “I thought our guys played well,” UAB coach Mike Getman said. “We scored two really terrific goals and defended very well against a very good team. I thought it was a very good performance all the way around.”

-- No. 24 Syracuse won its third straight game with a 3-0 win over Massachusetts. The Orange got first-half goals from Nick Perea and Stefanos Stamoulacatos and Finn Juuso Pasanen completed the scoring with his first career goal on a header. UMass goalkeeper Nick Ruiz had stopped a Perea penalty kick earlier in the game.

-- Senior Travis Dennis scored the game’s lone goal in the 41st minute as No. 25 UMBC improved to 8-0-0 with a 1-0 win over George Mason before 1,150 at Retriever Soccer Park. UMBC, which had scored at least three goals in its first seven wins, extended its unbeaten streak to 17 (14-0-3), dating back to 2012.

-- No. 25 Elon's 1-0 win over Radford was the 300th in the Phoenix's history. Englishman James Brace scored the match's lone goal in the 18th minute.


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