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Last-Second Goal Gives Tartans 1-0 Victory at #16 John Carroll

men's soccer player wearing white uniform looks up field to make a pass with a crowd of people in the background watching

(UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio) – The Carnegie Mellon University men's soccer team advanced to 4-0 for the season with a 1-0 victory at 16th-ranked John Carroll University on Saturday, September 10. The Blue Streaks fall to 2-2 for the year.

Key Moment

With time ticking down in the second half, the Tartans earned a corner kick after a defender cleared the ball out following a pass lofted into the box. Senior Josh Baugh served the corner kick to the near post around the six-yard box. The ball wasn't cleared by the defense and senior Mason Shockley was able to get a touch on it inside the box to freshman Brendan Schonwetter who was unmarked and was able to quickly take the shot that screamed past the keeper and a defender on the post.

Thoughts from head coach Brandon Bowman

"John Carroll is a very talented team. We held strong defensively and showed real grit. In the end, we created a couple of clear chances and we were able to score off a last-second corner. We give great credit to our guys for showing true resilience and earning the victory."

Inside The Box Score

  • Freshman Liam Ryan earned his third win of the season in goal recording six saves.
  • The Tartans were credited with two team saves in the first half while the Blue Streaks also hit the right post with a shot in the first 14 minutes.
  • Sophomore Alejandro Fernandez had the Tartans' first shot on goal in the 27th minute.
  • Baugh had a shot on goal in the second half while senior Jason Edmunds hit the crossbar with a shot in the 83rd minute.


  • The goal by Schonwetter was his second of the season and first career game-winning strike.
  • The Tartans now have a two-game winning streak against John Carroll, also scoring late in the game in 2021 to win 3-2.

Up Next

The Tartans return home for another non-conference game against Washington and Jefferson College on Tuesday, September 13 before hosting Bethany College on Saturday, September 17. Both games are set to begin at 7:00 p.m.