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Saturday, October 13, 2007
Oct. 13, 2007
Freshman Angel Chairez knocked in the game winning goal with 1:30 left in the second half to lock up a third straight A-Sun victory for the Bisons over the Campbell Camels at home Saturday afternoon.
Campbell drew first blood at 2:59 when Jason Keever hammered a rebound past senior goalkeeper Jake Goergen.
Page also assisted on the Lipscomb goal at 24:50 when freshman defender Garrett McLaughlin scored from ten yards out.
In the second half, Goergen swatted away a Camel penalty kick at 66:06. Lipscomb head coach Charles Morrow praised the save.
"Jake is a great shot stopper. His big body and athleticism allows him to cover a lot of goal."
The scoring didn't stop there. The Camels were able to score on a Josue Soto free kick at 77:45. The Bisons would answer with the game winner eleven minutes later.
Chairez's game winning goal gave the Bisons three conference victories for the first time in school history and increased their winning streak to three games.
"It's been a long time for me," said Morrow. "The guy's aren't shocked or surprised. [The game] is a tribute to the work that they've put in and the job they've done in the preseason."
The Bisons look to continue their A-Sun winning streak as they head to the Sunshine State next weekend to face Florida Gulf Coast and Stetson.
The Bisons improve to 4-6-2 overall and 3-1-1 in A-Sun play. Campbell's record falls to 7-4-1 and 3-2-1 in conference action.