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Badgers fall to Ohio State, 1-0



Oct. 31, 2010

Ohio State 1, Wisconsin 0
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium  • Columbus, Ohio
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 Ohio State (9-5-2) 1 0 1
 Wisconsin (2-12-2) 0 0 0
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OSU 28' Konrad Warzycha (Sam Scales)
 Goalkeepers Min GA Sv
OSU Matt Lampson 90:00 0 6
WIS Max Jentsch 90:00 1 6
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 Shots 9 15
 Shots on Goal 6 7
 Saves 6 6
 Offsides 2 3
 Corner Kicks 3 7
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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team dropped a 1-0 decision to Ohio State on the road Sunday afternoon. The Big Ten Network will broadcast the game on tape-delay basis at 6 p.m. (CT) tonight.

Ohio State (9-5-2, 3-2-0 Big Ten) took a 1-0 lead in the 28th minute when senior forward Konrad Warzycha scored his seventh goal of the season. Senior midfielder Sam Scales sent in a free kick and connected with Warzycha, who buried a diving header to score the game-winner.

“We played a decent first half and gave up a goal off a set piece, which was unfortunate,” head coach John Trask said. “In the second half, we felt that we did some very good things. We were able to win the physical matchup, and that allowed us to take more control of the game. We just were unable to finish with the tying goal, so compliments to Ohio State.

“It was good for us to play at that level with a team like Ohio State, who is still battling for a high seed in the Big Ten. In our minds at least, we felt like we were able to dominate in the second half.”

Wisconsin (2-12-2, 0-4-1 Big Ten) was led by freshman Chris Prince (Naperville, Ill.), who posted three shots on goal. Senior Aaron Nichols (Woodstock, Ill.) and freshman Nick Janus (Deer Park, Ill.) each recorded two shots with one on goal.

Freshman Max Jentsch (Hartland, Wis.) made six saves in the loss, falling to 1-5-0 on the year. Ohio State sophomore goalkeeper Matt Lampson also tallied six saves to earn his ninth win of the season.

The Buckeyes outshot the Badgers 15-9, including a 7-6 advantage in shots on goal.

Jentsch made two saves in the final seven minutes on shots by Scales and Warzycha in the 83rd and 84th minutes, respectively. Prince fired the last shot of the game, but Lampson made the save in the 89th minute to preserve the win for the Buckeyes.

UW drops to 0-7-1 in road games this season. Six of the team’s seven road losses came in one-goal games.

Wisconsin hosts its last two regular season games of the 2010 campaign this week, welcoming UIC (6-9-0, 2-4-0 Horizon League) to the McClimon Complex for a 7 p.m. game Wednesday and wrapping up the regular season against Penn state (10-5-1, 2-2-1 Big Ten) at 7 p.m. Saturday.

The Badgers will honor their four seniors, Bryan Gerster, Jon Rzepka, Ryan Vint and Nichols, for Senior Day prior to Saturday’s game.

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