Last Second Goal Sinks Trojans at Lee; 3-2

Last Second Goal Sinks Trojans at Lee; 3-2

CLEVELAND, TENN. – With five ticks left on the clock, Lee's Drew Jackson scored the game-winner to sink the Trojans, 3-2, on Sunday afternoon at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn.

Anderson falls to 1-1 on the young season while Lee (1-0-1) picks up its first win of their 2017 campaign.

The Black and Gold struck first at the 1:50 mark in the first half. Senior Josh Calabria was credited with the goal after his free kick redirected off of the defender's head.

The Flames answered back in the seventh minute when Danny Johnston converted on a penalty kick. Just four minutes later Lee took a 2-1 advantage on Drew Jackson's first goal of the season.

The score remained stagnant for the next 67 minutes with the physicality ramped up. Anderson and the Flames combined for a total of 44 fouls and seven yellow cards.

Anderson knotted the match at 2-2 when sophomore Shinya Nagata found freshman Oriol Gomez who drilled it past the goalie from the top-left of the box for his first career goal.

With time running out, Lee's Jared McWhorter sent a long ball towards the goal connecting with Jackson to claim the game-winner and his second goal of the night with just five seconds remaining in regulation.

The Trojans held the advantage in both shots (16-8) and in corners (6-4).

Junior Aden Ardoin got the start in goal recording one save for the Black and Gold.

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