College men's soccer: Saints comeback falls short

The visitors from Texas held the lead most of the way despite being outshot.

College of St. Scholastica

Ken Pryde's 87th-minute goal was too-little, too-late for St. Scholastica on Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 in a 2-1 non-league men's soccer loss at Saints Field.

The Crusaders took the lead through Karson Pannell in the sixth minute and added a second in the second half from Chase Reynolds, even though they had just three shots on target for the game to the Saints' seven.

Liam Lothian made one save for CSS (2-2), which hosts Coe College Saturday afternoon.

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