Tigers fall to University of Redland in NCAA Tournament

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 Seniors Keagan Angevin, Tommy Hinkebein, and Rhiley McIntire (right to left) sit on the field in disappointment after losing to The University of Redlands 2-1 in the second round of the NCAA Championship Tournament. SAM CARAVANA / THE DEPAUW

Seniors Keagan Angevin, Tommy Hinkebein, and Rhiley McIntire (right to left) sit on the field in disappointment after losing to The University of Redlands 2-1 in the second round of the NCAA Championship Tournament. SAM CARAVANA / THE DEPAUW

The DePauw University men’s soccer team faced The University of Redlands in the round of 32 of the NCAA tournament Sunday night.

The Tigers advanced following a come-from-behind win Saturday night against Centre College. DePauw took the lead shortly after the second half began with a goal from senior Zach Hoffman. Redlands would even the score at 1-1

DePauw took the lead shortly after the second half began with a goal from senior Zach Hoffman. Redlands would even the score at 1-1 ten minutes later. With both teams looking for a game-winning goal, Redlands saw a deflection off a free kick find its way in the Tigers net with 15 minutes left to play. The Tigers pressed almost all of their men up the but were still unable to find the game-tying goal. DePauw’s postseason hopes are over but still had an impressive year finishing 12-6-2.

The loss crushes DePauw’s postseason hopes and ends their season with a record of 12-6-2.

University of Redlands players hug in celebration after defeating the Tigers 2-1. SAM CARAVANA / THE DEPAUW

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