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Forget the Frozen Tundra; try the frozen hard pitch. The Zips men's soccer squad ended it's run for another national championship with a 1 0 overtime loss to Marquette in a game marked more by a rock hard field and freezing temperatures in Milwaukee. The winning goal game in the first overtime period with just 23 seconds left. "Both teams had to adapt through it and, unfortunately, a slip on the field hurt us in the moment, and they capitalized," said Akron head coach Jared Embick.
The Zips end the season 17 4 1 while Marquette. at 13 5 2 but ranked with the number nine seed, advances with it's first NCAA Tournament win in their history. 9 seed Marquette in freezing temperatures and a rock hard playing surface at Valley Fields Sunday night.
After a scoreless regulation, the Golden Eagles (13 5 2) bagged the Golden Goal in the first overtime period with just 23 seconds left. Coco Navarro, who got free when an Akron defender slipped and fell to the ground, finished a long cross from Adam Lysak to give Marquette its first NCAA Tournament win in program history.
"It was disappointing for two teams who like to play soccer to have their game decided by the conditions of the field," said UA head coach Jared Embick. "But give Marquette credit. They "Anadrol 50" found a way to make a play."
"Both teams had to hit long balls in the channels to decide the game. It's not what you want. Both teams had to adapt through it and unfortunately, a slip on the field hurt us in the moment, and (Marquette) capitalized."
It Is Testosterone Propionate Illegal was a startling conclusion for the Zips (17 4 1), who nearly won the match in regulation when Zac Portillos banged a liner off the right post in the 76th minute. Then, just five minutes into overtime, Akron thought it had won a penalty kick opportunity when Reinaldo Brenes appeared to be tackled from behind in the box but no call came.
With temperatures that "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" hovered in the low 20s and wind that made it feel much colder, players on both sides struggled to get solid footing on the frozen pitch and the pace of play suffered as a result.
After being out shot 10 5 in the first half, UA settled in after the break and had the better of play but couldn't cash in. Third year sophomore Jake Fenlason turned in another commendable performance with nine saves the most by an Akron goalkeeper all season in a losing effort.
Much of the action took place in "Anaboliset Aineet" the middle third of the field in the first half.
The Zips had their best chance of the half in "Anaboliset Aineet" the 34th minute when Eric Stevenson chipped a ball over a Marquette defender for Brenes, who was streaking down the left side of the field. Brenes took a quick touch to avoid the MU Sustanon 250 Cycle 250mg Per Week goalkeeper, who had come off his line, but couldn't quite Masteron King get control of it as his shot hit the side netting.
Fenlason had to make three saves in the opening period as the Zips dealt with a number of dangerous crosses by "buy cheap jintropin online" the Golden Eagles. MU's best look came in the 27th minute when a cross found C. Nortey with space in the midde of the box but hooked it wide of the left post.
In all, the Golden Eagles, who captured their first Big East Tournament Championship last weekend, out shot the Zips 19 15. With the win, Marquette advances to play at No. 8 seed Virginia in the third round of the NCAA Tournament next Sunday (Dec. 1).
Zips Notebook: Sunday was just Akron's second loss during the run of play in its last 16 NCAA Tournament matches (10 2 4), dating back to the 2009 season . It was also just the fourth time UA had been shutout in 2013 . Senior Robbie Derschang was helped off the field with a leg injury in the second half and did not return
Edward "Ed" Esposito is vice president, information media for the Rubber City Radio Group. He is Secretary Treasurer of the Radio Television Digital News Foundation; a former chair of the Radio Television Digital News Association and Foundation and a former president of the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters Association. He's also served as a member of the Akron Press Club , Kent State University Student Media Advisory Board, Ohio Open Government Coalition, Northeast Ohio AMBER Task Force. He's lectured on broadcasting and journalism for the University of Missouri in China, as well as across the country for RTDNA and RTDNF.