Regionally-ranked Sewanee rallied for a 2-1 win over LaGrange in a non-conference game Sunday at Panther Field. The loss left the Panthers 6-4-1 on the season.
"We had a tough break today against a really difficult opponent," said Coach Ryan Dickson. "We had lots of rotation today where several of our younger players came in and performed very well when called upon.
"While we're disappointed we didn't get a result, we ultimately have several positives to take away from the weekend going into a big conference game against Huntingdon on Wednesday."
Sewanee (9-1) had a 15-5 shot advantage in the game. LC keeper Andrew Cole made six saves in the game.
The Panthers opened the scoring in the 35th minute. Sewanee keeper J.P. Furman deflected Dylan Bailey's shot, but Zechariah Brothers was there to clean up with his first goal of the season. It was only second goal of the season scored against Sewanee. Furman came into the game with six straight shutout wins and eight for the season.
The Tigers scored both of their goals in a six minute span early in the second half. Trevor Reichman put in a rebound of a missed shot to tie the game in the 48th minute and got the go-ahead goal off an assist from Tyler Cozzie. The Panthers were held to just one shot in the second half.
The Panthers host Huntingdon on Wednesday in a Collegiate Conference of the South game beginning at 7 p.m.