|Jamestown (N.D.) (1-2-1)||0||2||0||0||2|
|St. Ambrose (Iowa) (0-5-2)||0||2||0||0||2|
|1||57:00||Travis Walsh (St. Ambrose (Iowa))|
|1||74:00||Travis Walsh (St. Ambrose (Iowa))|
|1||79:00||Henrique Lucena-Pires (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|1||82:00||Ben Mathews (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Indv. Leaders||St. Ambrose (Iowa)|
|2 Players (#10,#17) - 1||Goals||#11 Travis Walsh - 2|
|2 Players (#3,#10) - 1||Assists||2 Players (#10,#20) - 1|
|#10 Henrique Lucena-Pires - 5||Shots||#11 Travis Walsh - 5|
|#0 Lasse Binder - 6||Saves||#1 Lewis Moston - 5|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Team Statistics||St. Ambrose (Iowa)|
|10 (7)||Shots (on goal)||11 (8)|
MADISON, Wis.-- The Jimmie men's soccer team fell behind 2-0 with sixteen minutes to play, but scored two goals in a span of three minutes, playing to a 2-2 double overtime draw against St. Ambrose (Iowa) Sunday.
HOW IT HAPPENED:
Travis Walsh put the Fighting Bees (0-5-2) on the board in the 57th minute with his fourth goal of the season. Tom Greenwood sent a through ball to Walsh, who put the ball in the net for a 1-0 lead.
Walsh was back at it again in the 74th minute, scoring his second of the game on a cross from Ryan Krapfl, and essentially putting the Jimmies' backs against the wall.
In the 79th minute, UJ got one of the goals back as Henrique Lucena-Pires (SR/Porto Alegre, Brazil) scored on a cross from Eric Fairtlough (FR/Varese, Italy). The goal was the second on the year for the Brazilian senior, and it gave the Orange and Black new life.
Three minutes later, the Jimmies drew level. Ben Mathews (SR/Brentwood, England) scored his third career goal off a corner kick by Lucena-Pires, and UJ had new life.
The game ended in a 2-2 draw after two scorless 10-minute overtime periods, and Jamestown saw their record improve to 1-2-1.
Lasse Binder (SR/Hamburg, Germany) had six saves for the Jimmies while Lewis Moston made five stops for St. Ambrose.
HAT TRICK (3 TAKEAWAYS FROM SUNDAY'S MATCH):
1. Mathews' last goal was an overtime winner against Waldorf on November 6, 2015.
2. The Jimmies remained unbeaten in their last 11 double-overtime matches since 2013, and are now 3-0-8 in those games.
3. Shots were 11-10 in favor of SAU, as were shots on goal (8-7).
Jamestown is home for three straight matches beginning September 29, when they host Johnson & Wales (Colo.) at 4:30 p.m.