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Men's Soccer moves into 4th with tie at Hope

Griffin Hamel playing soccer.
Photo by Kimberly Moss

HOLLAND, Mich. – It all comes down to one game for the Kalamazoo College men's soccer team.

Kalamazoo played Hope College to a 0-0 draw Tuesday evening moving into a fourth place tie with Albion College in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association standings. The Hornets and Britons square-off against one another Saturday, Oct. 29 at MacKenzie Field under the lights with fourth place and a trip to the MIAA postseason tournament on the line.

Tuesday's match against the Flying Dutchmen was marked by physical play as the teams combined for seven yellow cards.

Kalamazoo's Collin Sweet may have had the game's best chance in the waning minutes of the first half when his shot from the left side of the penalty area struck the crossbar.

The game was relatively balanced throughout with each side recording seven shots on frame.

Griffin Hamel recorded his eighth clean sheet in goal for the Hornets, moving K's MIAA record to 6-4-3.