Men's soccer took down the Wooster Fighting Scots this afternoon on the road as two Tigers tally goals in the scoring margin. The two have met 41 times on the pitch and the Tigers add another count in the win column.
Seniors Alberto Zaragoza and Christian Randazzo both found the net in the second half, glazing shots past the Wooster keeper. Randazzo moved up from the backfield to put two shots on goal, making one. Saturday's goal marked his first goal of the season. The assist on the goal came from Scott Durham, junior, his first of the season as well. Lacing the ball into the right side of the net, Zaragoza scored his 10th goal of the season. After scoring 10 in 10 games, the senior surpassed his previous season-best of seven goals several games ago. Ross Angelo and Jacob Snowden both placed one shot on goal apiece onto the stat sheet.
Hailing from Beavercreek, Ohio, Jack Snider saved four goals, allowing one, in his seventh start of his 2018 senior campaign.
"A really important win today. Wooster is an up and coming NCAC program and it was a 90-minute battle," head coach Dwight Burgess said, "Two seniors accounted for the goals and Jack Snider, notched the win. It wasn't pretty but it was enough."
The Tigers will continue playing conference action on tuesday, returning to Edwards-Maurer Field to take on the Wabash Little Giants.