BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan College men's soccer reserve team had an epic comeback win Monday in a match with Alderson Broaddus at Culpepper Stadium.
Wesleyan was down 2-0, but came back to win a 3-2 decision in the final seconds of the game.
With the 'Cats down 2-0, Joshua Tenney found the back right before the first half ended to make it a 2-1 one game.
Around the 65th minute, Liam Igoe deadlocked the game for Wesleyan at 2-2.
The game-winner, with nine seconds left, belonged to Nathaniel Chalmers who found the back of the net to give Wesleyan the win.
The reserve squad improved their record to 2-4 overall.
They have two more regular-season games left – both at home.
They will host the University of Charleston on Friday, Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. and then close out their season Sunday, Oct. 29 entertaining Salem International at 2 p.m.