|Judson (Ill.) ( 0-0-2)||1||1||0||0||2|
|Taylor (Ind.) ( 2-1-1)||2||0||0||0||2|
|1||03:45||Lewis Nisbet (Taylor (Ind.))|
|1||15:12||Victor Piccirillo (Judson (Ill.))|
|1||42:00||Jeremiah Rader (Taylor (Ind.))|
|2||50:24||Zack Pautz (Judson (Ill.))|
|Judson (Ill.)||Indv. Leaders||Taylor (Ind.)|
|2 Players (#6,#20) - 1||Goals||2 Players (#7,#10) - 1|
|#5 Brennan Crose - 1||Assists||#11 Gonzalo Iglesias - 1|
|#10 Bruno Haianon - 3||Shots||2 Players (#10,#17) - 3|
|#1 Adrian Padilla - 5||Saves||#0 Luke Williams - 5|
|Judson (Ill.)||Team Statistics||Taylor (Ind.)|
|11 (8)||Shots (on goal)||15 (9)|
UPLAND, Ind. – For a second straight year, the Trojans (2-1-1) and Eagles (0-0-2) played 110 minutes and could not determine a winner, ending in a 2-2 draw on Thursday night.
Judson responded with a goal of its own in the sixteenth minute to tie the score at one apiece.
Jeremiah Rader broke the 1-1 tie with a beautiful goal in the 42nd minute. He found himself alone on a breakaway against three Eagle defenders and roped a shot into the net just below the crossbar.
The Eagles came back once more to even up the score on a free kick in the 51st minute, which proved to be the final tally of 2-2.
Taylor was not without opportunities, however, as the final plays of both regulation and the first overtime period both ended in shot attempts.
For the game, TU outshot Judson 15-11 and dominated the corner kicks with a 14-5 advantage over JU.
The Trojans will be back in action at Turner Stadium on Saturday at 7:00 pm against Olivet Nazarene (2-1), who won at No. 9 Indiana Wesleyan 4-1 on Thursday.