WMU men's soccer Matt Lockwood

Western Michigan men’s soccer traveled to Bowling Green on Tuesday looking to match history, as the program was one win away from its record of seven consecutive wins. 

The match was a defensive struggle; neither team was giving an inchDuring the 66th minuteTanner Hodgson dished the ball over to Eric Conerty for his second goal of the season. The tides then changed as BGSU went into desperation, as the Falcons took control of the game taking six shots compared to WMU’s two in the second half. Despite the offensive push from the Falcons, a big save from Hunter Morse in the 86th minute closed it out for the Broncos.  

WMU improves to 7-1-0 and 2-0 in MAC play will be back in action at WMU soccer complex on Sunday Oct. 2 against Chicago State University at 1 p.m.  

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