MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Hudson Brock's overtime goal in the second overtime period gave the Covenant men's soccer team a 1-0 road win against the Huntingdon College Hawks in the final away match of the regular season.
Covenant improves 9-8-1 with the win, while Huntingdon drops to 5-11-2 on the season.
The Hawks and the Scots faced off for a full 90-minute match plus a single overtime before a score was made. Brock managed to get his head on the ball after a cross from Matt Hudnut to end the contest in the 106th minute.
The score was Brock's second goal of the season.
While the match was short on goals, it was not on shots. Covenant led the Hawks in shots 14-7, with 8-3 edge on goal. Chris Pifer took six shots with three on goal for the match. Brock followed with three shots and a goal while Roy Anderson and Hudnut each took two shots. Garrison Dale also squeezed off a shot for the Scots.
Covenant keeper Jacob Richter saved all three shots on goal from Huntingdon. Hawks keeper Alex Brown saved seven of the eight shots on goal.
The Scots return to Lookout Mountain on Tuesday for their final match of the season against Trevecca Nazarene. It will be Senior Night for the Scots and will start at 7 p.m.
Covenant (w) 1, Agnes Scott 0
At Decature, Ga., senior Hannah Weichbrodt scored in the 56th minute, with an assist from fellow senior Mo Cross, and that was enough to propel the Covenant women's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Agnes Scott on Saturday afternoon.
The win for Covenant means they will at least share the Great South Athletic Conference regular season title. The Lady Scots are 9-1 in league play and 14-4-1 overall. Salem also has just one loss, but must beat both Huntingdon on Saturday and Wesleyan on Sunday to share the title with Covenant.
Covenant outshot the Scotties 18-8, but it was Weichbrodt's chance that proved to be the game-winner. The score for the senior was her third of the year and it was Cross' fifth assist of the season.
Covenant keepers Hannah Bales and Lucy Johnson combined for the shutout, tallying five saves in the process. Agnes Scott's Ashley Watts recorded six saves.
The Lady Scots had a 7-5 edge in shots on goal and a 7-3 advantage in corner kicks.
Katelyn Newsome took five shots, including three on goal, Bethany Logan took three shots and three other Lady Scots had two apiece. Clara Kienzle led Agnes Scott (8-9-1, 5-4-1 GSAC) with two shots on goal.
Covenant will wrap up the regular season next week when they travel to Mount Berry, Ga., on Tuesday to take on Berry College in non-conference play. Match time is 4 p.m.