GALLERY: Norse give up late goal, lose 10th game

Christopher Deckers, Sports Editor

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  • Campbell Morris takes a shot on goal against Bowling Green. He scored a goal but the Norse lost 2-1

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  • The Norse huddle up before they take on Bowling Green

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  • Wlademir Babaew takes a rest during a break in the action. The Norse lost 2-1

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  • Eirik Abney fights through a Bowling Green defender. The Norse lost their 10th game of the season to BGSU.

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  • Joey Sabato looks to pass to an open teammate against BGSU. The Norse lost 2-1.

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  • Campbell Morris celebrates after scoring the only Norse goal in a 2-1 loss.

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  • NKU celebrates a Campbell Morris goal in the first half of the match against Bowling Green.

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  • Liam Evans tries to get past a BSGU defender during NKU's 2-1 loss.

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  • Alwin Komolong dodges a Bowling Green defender. The Norse lost to BGSU 2-1

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  • Jacob Cunningham knocks down a pass from a teammate.

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  • Owen Betz prepares to send a goal kick down field to the NKU offense.

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  • Alwin Komolong jumps up to head a ball against the BGSU. The Norse would lose 2-1.

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  • Jacob Cunningham speeds down the field to try and create offense against BGSU.

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  • Campbell Morris is one of the few returning players from the 2016 roster

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  • Kobie Qualah fights through a defender. The Norse lost to Bowling Green 2-1.

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The NKU men’s soccer team lost their 10th game Tuesday night, falling to Bowling Green 2-1. The Norse are 0-10-2 while Bowling Green improves to 7-3-1.

The Norse were tied with Bowling Green 1-1, but gave up a goal to Alexis Souahy in the 86th minute to doom the Norse.

NKU controlled most of the first half, shooting nine times and limiting Bowling Green to just two shots in the half. the Norse couldn’t hold on however, allowing BGSU to shoot 12 times in the second half and only shooting twice themselves.

Souahy scored both goals for BGSU, with the first one coming in the 59th minute to tie the game at one a piece. The goals were the first two of his season.

Campbell Morris recorded the lone goal for the Norse, after receiving a cross from Kobie Qualah to break a three game scoreless streak.

Owen Betz made his third start at goalkeeper, making four saves, three of those coming in the second half. The freshman has now given up six goals in three games

The Norse will play next on Oct. 8, when they will welcome in Cleveland State for a Horizon League matchup. The game will be streamed on ESPN3. 

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