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Results
Tue Oct 16
Final
vs. Hendrix W, 3-0
Sat Oct 20
Final - 2OT
vs. Texas-Tyler T, 2-2
Thu Oct 25
Final
vs. Belhaven W, 6-3
Sat Oct 27
Final
vs. Louisiana Col. W, 3-0
Homecoming/Senior Day/ Family Carnival
Tue Oct 30
Final
at East Tex. Baptist L, 1-0
ASC Tournament Quarterfinals
Fri Aug 30
Final - 2OT
vs. Neb. Wesleyan T, 3-3
@ Pella, Iowa
Sun Sep 01
Final
at Central (Iowa) L, 3-0
Sat Sep 07
Final
vs. Williams Baptist W, 1-0
Fri Sep 13
Final
vs. Ecclesia W, 3-2
Wed Sep 18
Final
at Hendrix W, 3-2
Sat Sep 21
Final
at Rhodes W, 2-0
Thu Sep 26
Final
at Sul Ross St. W, 1-0
Sat Sep 28
Final
at Howard Payne L, 1-0
Thu Oct 03
Final - OT
vs. Concordia (Tex.) W, 2-1
Sat Oct 05
Final - OT
vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor W, 2-1
Thu Oct 10
Final
at Hardin-Simmons L, 1-0
Sat Oct 12
Final
at McMurry W, 2-1
Thu Oct 17
Final
vs. LeTourneau W, 2-0
Sat Oct 19
Final
vs. East Tex. Baptist W, 2-1
Homecomig
Thu Oct 24
Final
vs. Louisiana Col. W, 6-0
Sat Oct 26
Final
vs. Belhaven L, 3-1
at Clarksville High School Soccer/Football Field
Fri Nov 01
Final
vs. Texas-Dallas L, 1-0
Senior Day
Tue Nov 05
Final - PK Away
at Hardin-Simmons T, 1-1
ASC Tournament
Fri Nov 08
Final - OT
at Texas-Dallas L, 2-1
ASC Championship Tournament - Semifinals
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December 2, 2019 Drew Mott Honored By United Soccer Coaches Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks sophomore midfielder Drew Mott has been named to the United Soccer Coaches (USC) All-South Region Third Team, the organization announced Monday 9 (Dec. 2).
November 12, 2019 Men's Soccer Conference Awards Announced Clarksville, Ark.-The University of the Ozarks men's soccer team had two Freshman of the Year awards and seven All-Conference players, the American Southwest Conference announced Tuesday, November 12.
November 8, 2019 Eagles Fall In Overtime Against No. 24 Texas Dallas Richardson, Texas-The Eagles gave No. 24 Texas Dallas all it wanted in the American Southwest Conference Tournament semi-finals match Friday, but fell short 2-1 in overtime. The Comets connected on the game-winner in the 93rd minute to eliminate the Eagles from the playoffs. The Eagles' defense, led by goalkeeper Logan Valestin, had to fight off 26 Comet shots duing the match. Valestin made a number of tremendous saves to keep the score at a minimum. He had seven saves in the first half. The Comets would record nine corner kicks in the first half. The match's first two goals came within one minute of each other. The Comets blasted a shot in the third minute to take an early lead off a free kick. But the Eagles quickly tied the match with a penalty kick goal from Drew Mott just seconds later. Even 1-1, the match went into overtime where the Comets held the Eagles shotless. The Eagles graduate one senior.
November 5, 2019 Eagles Advance On PK's, Move On To Tournament Semi-Finals Abilene, Texas-In a classic battle between two of the premier American Southwest Conference teams since the league’s inception, the Eagles advanced to the semi-finals of the ASC Championship Tournament by virtue of a 5-4 penalty kick advantage over Hardin-Simmons University Tuesday night. After two scoreless overtimes, the match went into penalty kicks, with each team making the first three attempts. Both teams then missed their fourth attempt and made their fifth attempt to make it 4-4. Richard Souffrant then nailed the sixth attempt for the Eagles to put pressure on the Cowboys. Goalkeeper Logan Valestin then made perhaps the biggest stop of his collegiate career diving to his right to keep Luke Braswell’s shot out of the net and send the Eagles into a celebration frenzy. The Eagles had to muster a comeback as Hardin-Simmons took a 1-0 advantage by scoring in the 12thminute. Trailing 1-0 at halftime, the Eagles quickly evened the score 1-1 on an Alain Claude goal in the 47thminute. Lorfils Milord created the scoring chance by beating a pair of defenders down the line and crossing the ball to Claude, who took one touch and fired it past the Cowboy goalkeeper. The Eagles created 19 shots in the match. Charleus Emmanuel Ritch fired off a shot with nine minutes left in regulation, but the Cowboy goalkeeper just got a hand on it to keep it out of the goal. Valestin posted six saves. “The whole match the boys played with heart and didn’t give up after allowing that first goal,” said head coach Aaron Brueckner. “They displayed tremendous resiliency and to come back like they did is a great accomplishment for this team. Logan and I have joked in the past that he hasn’t made a PK save in a shootout match. So for him to make two PK saves in a shootout on the road in that type of pressure filled situation is unbelievable. He proved today why he is a captain and a leader on this team.” 
November 1, 2019 Texas Dallas Edges Men's Soccer Team, Now Await Playoff Seeding Clarksville, Ark.-With major playoff implications on the line, Texas Dallas escaped Clarksville with a narrow 1-0 win Friday in a key American Southwest Conference match. The Comets scored a goal within the first minute of the match and that would be all it needed. The Eagles now await their playoff seeding in the ASC Championship Tournament. In a classic Eagle and Comet contest, a hard fought match ensued in a back and forth effort. The Eagles had six shots in the first half, while the Comets accumulated four. Both teams had six shots in the second half. While the Eagles attacked the Comet defense and created scoring opportunities, it was never able to find the back of the net.
November 1, 2019 Eagles Advance To 17th Playoff Clarksville, Ark.-The University of the Ozarks men's soccer team has advanced to the American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament for the seventeenth time in program history and the fourth straight season under head coach Aaron Brueckner.