The University of Michigan-Dearborn men’s soccer team (5-8-1, WHAC 4-5-1) ended their season on Senior Day against Indiana Tech on Saturday at Gabriel Richard High School. 

Indiana Tech defeated UM-Dearborn 4-2, and outshot the Wolverines 18-12. Brendan Sidway scored the first goal of the game (7:12) and assisted on the second goal scored by Luke Jones.

Jack Barnett was the lone scorer of UM-Dearborn’s two goals (52:25 and 79:54) and added three of the five shots on goal to lead the team. 3-2 was the closest the game would be a for potential tie or comeback win, until Sidway effectively ended the game with Indiana Tech’s fourth goal (85:42).

Despite the loss, the Wolverines did earn a shutout victory on Wednesday against Rochester University, winning 6-0. The scoring load was shouldered by Christian Cuevas (three goals), Xavier Walser, Jack Barnett and Tanner Wallace. 

UM-Dearborn’s regular season was a success, and they will look to make some noise in the WHAC (Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference) postseason tournament next Saturday.


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