By Mary Hart, USU Eastern Sports Information Contributor
The USU Eastern men’s soccer team hosted the College of Southern Nevada Coyotes on Thursday. Unfortunately, this game ended in another tie of 0-0.
In the first half, the Eagles were not as aggressive as the Coyotes; however, the Eagles held them to only one shot on goal. Freshman goalkeeper Rhys Picton came up with the save.
After the half USU Eastern, was able to make more adjustments and came out hot. They had a lot of good chances to score but the Coyote goalkeeper made the saves. “It could have easily been a 6-0 game just in the second half alone. We played fantastic,” said head coach Jared Woodhouse.
During the first overtime, both teams were fairly even but still couldn’t find the back of the net. During the second overtime, the Eagles dominated but couldn’t get the score as the game ended in a tie.