For more than 62 minutes, the Michigan soccer team was locked in a 2-2 tie with Dayton. But at 75:19, Wolverines forward Steve Bonnell scored to give Michigan a 2-1 lead. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, Dayton’s Jonathan Welsh notched a goal just three minutes later to send the game into overtime.

Twenty minutes later, after two overtimes, the game ended in a 2-2 tie.

Michigan’s Kevin Savitskie got off to a fast start, scoring the Wolverines’ first goal 10 minutes into the game. Midfielder Adam Bruh notched the assist. Dayton responded less than three minutes later when Terry Alvino scored an unassisted goal.

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